Webb Canyon Chronicle

Kaylynn Chang

Kaylynn Chang, Editor-In-Chief

An avid bookworm, journalist, and sushi lover, head day student prefect Kaylynn Chang (‘23) comes back to the Webb Canyon Chronicle for one last year as Editor- In- Chief! If you want someone to cook you a heartwarming meal, give you the best book recommendations, or help you with homework, Kaylynn is the right person for you. Equipped with a loud whistle, she manages to successfully get her voice heard through creative writing and independent journalism, as well as helping others achieve the same by leading affinity groups. She wants to continue using her talent and passion for justice for a career in law or politics after her Webb experience is over. When she’s not learning through everyone else’s life stories and memoirs, Kaylynn enjoys working out, cooking Korean food, and listening to her favorite songs by Cigarettes After Sex. From baking delicious snacks to giving you the most genuine advice, Kaylynn has the perfect recipe for looking after others and giving back to the community. As Editor-in- Chief, she hopes to make the WCC an accessible resource for all students and aspiring journalists to learn and share news about Webb. 

Favorite Song: “Sunsetz" by Cigarettes after Sex 

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Students sketch the scene at Sycamore Hills Plaza in Upland, watching the zooming cars and drawing the view of the sky next to the highway. While it may be a mundane view, the artists sought to capture the nuances of regular life and step into art exploration. Not only did the group get to explore existing art, but they also had many chances to create their own including sketches, paintings, poems, and more.

Artist Workshop

March 16, 2022
Eleanor Hong (‘24) rocks a stance in a pair of colorful toe socks up at the track at Faculty Field. These socks, which are noticeably different from regular socks, come in a multitude of styles and colors to make feet fashionable and comfortable.  
Credit: Kaylynn Chang (‘23)

Toe socks or no socks

January 26, 2022
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