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Class time used for early AP prep

Asha Khanna, Copy Editor

Although the two dreaded weeks of AP tests do not occur until May, many students are already wrapping up new material and are beginning to prepare specifically for the tests in class. “Last year, Mr. Cinti had us prepare months in advance for the AP Biology test,” senior Hailey Long said. “The most helpful thing you can do is start studying ...  Read More »

Jan 19

Sophomores look forward to annual Costa Rica trip

Sophomores look forward to annual Costa Rica trip

Emily Kanellos, Reporter

Sophomores and faculty chaperones gathered in the Little Theater today during lunch for an informational and celebratory Costa Rica trip meeting. Jun...  Read More »

Jan 11

Student body engages in writing competition

Student body engages in writing competition

Anna Doggett, Reporter

The entire student body took part in the Kate Chopin writing contest today and yesterday, in which students are given a creative writing prompt to refl...  Read More »

Jan 11

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RSCJs elect alumna as new superior general

RSCJs elect alumna as new superior general

Claire Kosewic, Web Editor

The Religieuses du Sacré-Coeur de Jésus convened in Italy last summer for their General Chapter meeting, which included the task of electing a new sup...  Read More »

Jan 5

Discussing diversity

Discussing diversity

Lisabelle Panossian, Editor-in-Chief

From discussing firsthand experiences to preparing their peers who plan to attend a national conference, a group of students have begun working to improve ...  Read More »

Jan 5

College process: endless aspects, one choice

College process: endless aspects, one choice

India Thieriot, New Editor

Seniors may find it difficult to approach the college process with completely unbiased opinions about schools, as everything from peers’ and parents’ o...  Read More »

Jan 5

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Deck the halls brings music and volunteer opportunities to San Francisco youth, families

Deck the halls brings music and volunteer opportunities to San Francisco youth, families

Olivia Mohun and Mary Perez, Reporters

Junior Edna Tesfaye assisted children in applying temporary glitter tattoos at the San Francisco Symphony’s annual Deck the Halls event on Sunday, whic...  Read More »

Jan 5

Exhibitions to animal shelter: seniors engage in greater community action

Emily Kanellos & Laura Mogannam, Reporters

Seniors are finding themselves in activities as varied as attending live performances and exploring the many facets of the Bay Area as part of a theology community engagement project. Theology teacher Rachel Bundang requires her Justice: Theory and Society students to attend a community event once a semester and reflect on the experience as a part of the class’ social justic...  Read More »

Jan 5

Love at first bite

Love at first bite

Grace Ainslie, Assistant Sports Editor

Since being named “Bon Appétit” magazine’s Bakery of the Year, Arsicault Bakery has a line out the door most mornings. The award is well deserved....  Read More »

Dec 9

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Varsity basketball travels to Redding for tournament

Varsity basketball travels to Redding for tournament

Olivia Mohun, Reporter

The Varsity basketball team left school early and drove north to Redding, California today for a three-day tournament. Chaperoned by Athletics Dir...  Read More »

Jan 5 • No Comments

Basketball preseason losses motivate change

Basketball preseason losses motivate change

Asha Khanna and Anna Doggett

Varsity basketball is looking to revamp and improve its plays after placing fourth in the Marin Academy Invitational Tournament this past weekend. “T...  Read More »

Jan 5 • No Comments

Friday night choices have Saturday morning consequences

Friday night choices have Saturday morning consequences

Asha Khanna, Copy Editor

Going out on a Friday night can lead to drinking or drug use, but athletes might have to ask themselves if that night of partying was really worth it wh...  Read More »

Dec 8 • No Comments

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Mission neighborhood loses authenticity

Mission neighborhood loses authenticity

Julia-Rose Kibben, Managing Editor

Adults who frequently confront me with anxiety-inducing questions about college often push me to the edge where I often find myself fighting tears. I h...  Read More »

Jan 5

Flint residents continue struggle for a basic human right

Flint residents continue struggle for a basic human right

Grace Ainslie, Assistant Sports Editor

Cooking and cleaning up from Thanksgiving dinner was complicated for the residents of Flint, Michigan who had to rely on bottled water to cook and clea...  Read More »

Jan 5

Cultural stereotypes more prevalent than ever

Cultural stereotypes more prevalent than ever

Lisabelle Panossian, Editor-in-Chief

BART rider Ivet Lolham thought she was having a regular phone conversation on the train one afternoon as she left work — until she became a victim of v...  Read More »

Jan 5

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