Congratulations to CH high school English and Mindfulness teacher, Catherine Singer, who created and narrated an Audible Originals series on mindfulness for young adults titled, "Press Pause: A Young Person’s Guide to Managing Life’s Challenges.”
CH alumnae Kate Rozansky ‘19 and Justine Riddle ‘19 were featured in the LIfestyle section of LA Times in an article titled, “Disposable cameras: A ‘90s favorite makes a comeback among millennials and Gen Z.” Campbell Hall’s state-of-the-art darkroom and talented photography teachers inspire students in so many ways!
GRADUATION SPEECH BY SOPHIE CRAIG (VALEDICTORIAN CLASS OF 2019)
Good evening family, friends, and Campbell Hall community and happy Monday. So I don’t have a cheesy introduction. I barely have an introduction. Let’s get in to it. I’ll be addressing my classmates, even though they’re all sitting behind me.
Homelessness in Los Angeles has risen sharply over the past few years, climbing from 36,000 in 2012 to more than 53,000 in 2018. Unlike other parts of the country where most of the unhoused live in shelters, the vast majority of L.A.’s homeless population (75%) lives on the street. This has led to thousands of encampments in and around the city, including our own Campbell Hall neighborhood. Passover and Easter weekend seems a fitting time to consider the plight of our local neighbors experiencing homelessness from a holistic perspective.
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