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New mural brings color to a bare hallway

New mural brings color to a bare hallway

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter
January 13, 2016
Filed under A & E, Breaking News

Brightly colored geometric shapes stretch across the walls in the hallway leading to the Faculty Room. “I love it, I love the colors,” Athletic Director Elena De Santis, whose office is right across from the new installation, said. “It's super bright and welcoming into my office and Ms. Egan’s office.” Alumna Sabine Kelly (‘15) was commissi...

#WasteHisTime2016 questions empowering, evil motives

#WasteHisTime2016 questions empowering, evil motives

Lisabelle Panossian, Web & Social Media Editor
January 7, 2016
Filed under A & E, Breaking News, Interactives, Slideshows

The latest trending hashtag on Twitter, #WasteHisTime2016, emerged as a form of flipping the stereotypical gender roles within relationships. The main concept reveals how women may lead a man into thinking that they can be in a relationship before doing or saying something to make him think otherwise. ...

When the lights go on in the City

When the lights go on in the City

Kristina Cary, Managing Editor
December 10, 2015
Filed under A & E, Breaking News

From Leo Villareal’s “The Bay Lights” installation shining across the span of the Bay Bridge to James Turrell’s subterranean work “Three Gems” in the De Young Museum’s sculpture garden, a series of temporary and permanent light art installations are illuminating the San Franciscan night...

Dancers balance school, ballet

Dancers balance school, ballet

India Thieriot, Assistant Copy Editor
December 10, 2015
Filed under A & E, Breaking News

Two dancers hoping to do justice to a 123-year-old ballet will take the stage as an Arabian lead and a Spanish dancer next week at the Palace of Fine Arts. Famous for its score composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, “The Nutcracker” is performed by nearly every ballet company in the City during the holid...

Upperclassmen educated on healthy habits

Upperclassmen educated on healthy habits

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter
December 10, 2015
Filed under A & E, News

Upperclassmen were encouraged to take deep breaths during a stress management presentation for the Junior and Senior Wellness program held last Thursday in the Den. “I wanted to see if there were any tips that I don’t already know or that I haven’t been told about,” senior Nora Hanak, who elec...

Volunteering year-round has all-around benefits

Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter
December 10, 2015
Filed under A & E, Features

Charitable organizations often see an increase in the number of people wanting to volunteer around the holidays, but the demand for services is not confined to the month of December. “We definitely see an increase in volunteering around the holidays,” Goldie Pyka, of the San Francisco Ma...

Club creates more coding opportunities

Club creates more coding opportunities

Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter
December 10, 2015
Filed under A & E, Features, News

A new club allows would-be coders to experience the web design, app development and graphic art of the Girls Who Code Summer Immersion program but in a flexible and less time-consuming way. “It’s not just an opportunity for the girls to learn to code, but also an opportunity for them to...

Auditions set the stage for spring musical

Auditions set the stage for spring musical

Fiona Mittelstaedt, Senior Reporter
December 1, 2015
Filed under A & E, Breaking News

Today marks the beginning of auditions for the upcoming spring musical, Les Miserables. “It's about a group of students rising up in paris to try to find peace and social justice for the common people,” director Pamela Rickard said. “It’s a love story, there's a lot of conflict and war moment...

Salon offers attendees different perspectives on beauty

Salon offers attendees different perspectives on beauty

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter
November 19, 2015
Filed under A & E, Breaking News, News

Participants of the “Beauty of Knowledge Salon” visited different student run booths during Collab that offered a variety of services including advice, body art and urban foraging. “My booth is about giving someone an opportunity to talk in a safe environment,” junior Isabella Southwick said dur...

Sophomores, seniors learn roles of perspective, penitence in the judicial system

Sophomores, seniors learn roles of perspective, penitence in the judicial system

Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter
November 19, 2015
Filed under A & E, Breaking News, News

Sophomores and seniors took time out of their Hislish and colLab periods to learn about the role that penitence plays in criminal justice, and how perspective is everything in the American judicial system. “It definitely gave us a new perspective and helped to show us that what we are learning h...

Raising the bar on sports nutrition

Raising the bar on sports nutrition

Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter
November 5, 2015
Filed under A & E, Sports & Fitness

Coaches often say that there’s more to succeeding in sports than the hours spent in practice and competition, but teenage athletes commonly overlook what “being healthy” means or how their lifestyle affects athletic abilities. “Nutrition is not just a sidebar of training and succeeding,” registered dietitia...

‘The Tempest’ storms Syufy Theatre

‘The Tempest’ storms Syufy Theatre

Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter
November 5, 2015
Filed under A & E, News

Forgiveness, love and mystery converge onstage in the fall production of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest.” “This play never gets old,” director Pamela Rickard said. “Although it was written several hundred years ago, its message of forgiveness and realizing that violence does not make wrongdoings right is ageless.” The story centers around Prospero, played by Stuart Hall senio...

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