• Renovated SFMOMA enhances art

    Renovated SFMOMA enhances art

    Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter

    May 18, 2016

    I have been a self-professed disliker of all art and architecture labeled “modern” from a young age, never understanding why what looks like just a bunch of paint splattered on a canvas is just as much “art” as a Monet landscape. But the newly redesigned San Francisco Museum of Modern Art did not let me walk out of the ga... READ MORE »»

    "Double Gong," a 1953 mobile by Alexander Calder hangs in the "Alexander Calder: Motion Lab" exhbition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Calder is most famous for his hanging sculptures, which consist of abstract shapes connected by wires.

    Claire Kosewic

  • Young models hit the books, while building them

    Young models hit the books, while building them

    Julia-Rose Kibben, Design Editor

    May 17, 2016

    As they finish up high school and approach college, a trio of teen models begin to consider whether or not they are ready to commit to a career in the fashion industry. Junior Hailey Long was approached by a modeling agent while shopping with her mom when she was 13-years-old — she signed soon after. “... READ MORE »»

    Junior Hailey Long poses inside a vintage Porsche car. Long models with LOOK Model Agency with junior Chloe Yu.

    Haley O'Rourke

  • Soccer players shoot for equal pay

    Soccer players shoot for equal pay

    Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter

    May 17, 2016

    Female soccer players from the United States Women’s National Team made headlines for filing a wage discrimination complaint against the United States Soccer Federation, claiming they are not fairly compensated compared to their male counterparts. “A lot of young girls look up to the women’s ... READ MORE »»

  • Fencers finish top in city, state

    Fencers finish top in city, state

    Darrean Loy, Reporter

    May 17, 2016

    Although half of the Convent and Stuart Hall fencing team were first-time competitors, it exceptionally wrapped up the season, winning the Fencing City Championship for the second consecutive year and having the only sophomore captain of any spring sport place first in the All-State Invitational. “It was e... READ MORE »»

  • Teatime tradition acts as tribute to the graduating class

    Teatime tradition acts as tribute to the graduating class

    Julia-Rose Kibben, Design Editor

    May 17, 2016

    Illuminated by light pouring in from the Belvedere windows overlooking San Francisco Bay, the Senior Class stood in a semi-circle, clad in white dresses, holding bouquets of pink and white roses in one hand and shaking guests’ hands with the other. Faculty and students, along with invited parents and ... READ MORE »»

    The Senior Class stands for its formal class photo on the front steps of the Flood Mansion. The photo, formerly taken in the Cortile, was relocated to the front steps so that refreshments could be served in the tented patio area.

    Jemima Scott

News

BYOD replaces 1:1 iPad program

BYOD replaces 1:1 iPad program

Asha Khanna, Senior Reporter

In a recent sophomore theology class of nine students, eight used personal laptops for classwork instead of iPads, confirming the high school’s transition...  Read More »

May 26

Down the drain — or not

Down the drain — or not

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter

During passing periods and after school, the restrooms are some of the most visited places on campus, but finding a working stall can sometime...  Read More »

May 26

Dated information becomes accessible

Dated information becomes accessible

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter

Old uniform pictures and architectural blueprints of the Flood Mansion, previously hidden away in the attic of the Grant House, will become accessible b...  Read More »

May 18

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Features

Down the drain — or not

Down the drain — or not

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter

During passing periods and after school, the restrooms are some of the most visited places on campus, but finding a working stall can sometime...  Read More »

May 26

Schools personalize Network tradition

Schools personalize Network tradition

India Thieriot, Assistant Copy Editor

Festive wristbands labelled “CSH Congé 2016” and confetti flew across the aisles of the Syufy Theatre on March 23 as a clip of a roller coaster pla...  Read More »

May 18

Women dare to go bare

Women dare to go bare

Lisabelle Panossian, Web Editor

A movement spearheaded by an actress and advocated by a teenager is taking the nation by storm — centering around the female anatomy. Free the Nip...  Read More »

May 17

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A & E

Down the drain — or not

Down the drain — or not

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter

During passing periods and after school, the restrooms are some of the most visited places on campus, but finding a working stall can sometime...  Read More »

May 26

Tribute to trilogy disappoints

Tribute to trilogy disappoints

Claire Devereux, Reporter

“The Hunger Games” saga has come to an end but, through actual costumes and props from the movies in an interactive setting, the series has been resurrected at the Palace of Fine Arts so fans can give a...  Read More »

May 18

And then there was one: Reflections on remaining Republican presidential hopeful share common themes

And then there was one: Reflections on remaining Republican presidential hopeful share common themes

Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter

Two presidential candidates dropped out of the race for nomination yesterday, clearing the playing field for the one remaining candidate, resulting in con...  Read More »

May 5

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Sports & Fitness

Fitbit fuels competition

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter

Faculty members from each of the four schools and Central Services are competing with each other throughout the month of May as part of a Fitbit Challenge through the Wellness Program, designed to encourage faculty members’ healthy habits. Participants received Fitbits, a device which counts how many steps the user takes and records them online or on their mobi...  Read More »

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Junior selected as league MVP

Junior selected as league MVP

Alyssa Alvarez, Sports Editor

Junior Ally Arora has been playing soccer since kindergarten, so it’s no surprise that she took over the BCL Central League this season and won league MVP...  Read More »

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Exercise method raises the barre

Exercise method raises the barre

Halie Kim, Reporter

Athletes interested in a supplemental workout and teenagers looking for a low-impact exercise are increasingly turning to workouts that look more like a bal...  Read More »

May 17 • 0 comments

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Opinion

Stereotypes don’t tell the story

Stereotypes don’t tell the story

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

“Since when has a wall been able to withstand human will?” Journalist and undocumented immigrant Jose Antonio Vargas posed the question at the Na...  Read More »

May 18

Girls going ‘doe’

Girls going ‘doe’

Editorial Board

While most juniors and seniors attended the enchanted evening-themed prom Saturday night, some decided to stay home due to their lack of a date. For...  Read More »

May 18

Announcement prompts reflection

Announcement prompts reflection

Kristina Cary, Managing Editor

Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s announcement last Monday was not only notable for its declaration that the Department of Justice plans to sue North Carolina...  Read More »

May 17

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