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Exhibitions to animal shelter: seniors engage in greater community action

Emily Kanellos & Laura Mogannam, Reporters

January 5, 2017


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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...

Love at first bite

Love at first bite

Grace Ainslie, Assistant Sports Editor

December 9, 2016


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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. The bakery sells kouign amanns, morning buns and five different types of croissants ranging from sweet to savory — all of which are excellent....

Skating into the holidays

Skating into the holidays

Josephine Rozzelle, Senior Reporter

December 9, 2016


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The tourist hotspot Union Square is adorned with holiday wreaths and garlands during the winter months, but locals are also attracted to the annual outdoor ice rink and 83-foot Christmas tree. “[The rink] is a fun, outdoor holiday experience that is beloved by all ages because it is something t...

Day of the Dead exhibit reflects on the past

Day of the Dead exhibit reflects on the past

Grace Ainslie, Assistant Sports Editor

October 27, 2016


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A large tree with 49 copper hearts and rainbow “papel picado,” paper cut into elaborate designs, stands in the center of the Mission Cultural Center gallery for Latino Arts 30th annual Day of the Dead exhibition to honor the Orlando Shooting victims. “Día de los Muertos,” a multi-day celeb...

Event provides opportunity to explore San Francisco neighborhoods

Event provides opportunity to explore San Francisco neighborhoods

Claire Devereux, Senior Reporter

September 22, 2016


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City streets closed to Sunday traffic are inviting public exploration of funky boutiques, hole-in-wall restaurants and hidden gems while building community relationships with local shop owners. Sunday Streets — a monthly event taking place during the spring and fall months — blocks off several...

Cat cafe fails to live up to hype, high prices

Cat cafe fails to live up to hype, high prices

Grace Ainslie, Assistant Sports Editor

September 22, 2016


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Part cafe, part boutique and part cat adoption center, KitTea, San Francisco’s first “cat cafe,” greets customers with a large hairless cat mural in a Buddha-style pose, and takes them into the world of cat-themed products. The Cat Cafe section of the shop invites visitors to purchase artisanal teas, Belgi...

Top Five: Hairstyles that beat the heat

Top Five: Hairstyles that beat the heat

Lisabelle Panossian, Editor-in-Chief

September 7, 2016


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The early September heat wave enters San Francisco with some students from all four grades keeping cool while retaining quick and simple hairstyles. The following are different hairdos flaunted around campus: 1. Half up, half down Lisabelle Panossian The half up, half down look can be executed with va...

Top Five: Lunch spots around campus

Grace Ainslie, Assistant Sports Editor

September 1, 2016


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With a recent change in school policy, sophomores, juniors and seniors have the options of either remaining on campus or getting lunch off campus at one of the many nearby restaurants. Favorite lunch spots near the Broadway campus include Mayflower Market, Jane, The Grove, Glaze and Roam Artisan Burg...

Seniors take relaxed school ID photos

Seniors take relaxed school ID photos

Darrean Loy, Senior Reporter

August 24, 2016


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School pictures are over, and while most students frantically touched up their makeup and fixed their hair, a group of seniors did the opposite. Senior attempts to make an impression included smearing lipstick across their faces and flashing strained smiles, a stark contrast to the efforts many seniors made for...

Tribute to trilogy disappoints

Tribute to trilogy disappoints

Claire Devereux, Reporter

May 18, 2016


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“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 final farewell. The movie series illustrates the conflict of each “district,” or state, in...

Renovated SFMOMA enhances art

Renovated SFMOMA enhances art

Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter

May 18, 2016


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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...

Award winning poet and author shares importance of writing, poetry

Award winning poet and author shares importance of writing, poetry

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

April 4, 2016


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Self-proclaimed “wandering poet” spoke about the power of poetry and writing with CSH and SHHS this morning during assembly in Syufy Theatre, reading from her own published works and other select pieces. Naomi Shihab Nye, who has published over 30 volumes of poetry and prose and received num...

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