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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...

Local muralist visits and shares inspiration

Local muralist visits and shares inspiration

Catherine Dana, Senior Reporter

October 20, 2015


Filed under A & E, Breaking News

Local artist, whose murals are featured around the city, visited today and gave aspiring high school artists the chance to ask questions and speak about their interests. Painter and muralist Bryana Fleming grew up in San Francisco and has had a passion for painting since a young age. She has created ...

PSAT enables viral Internet craze

PSAT enables viral Internet craze

Neely Metz, Copy Editor

October 16, 2015


Filed under A & E, Breaking News, Slideshows

Although students completed the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test yesterday, people who took the PSAT created a new internet sensation consisting of memes based on elements from the standardized test. “They’re hilarious,” junior Logan Evans said. “As soon as I take the PSAT I always go on ...

Youth should be seen and heard

Youth should be seen and heard

India Thieriot, Assistant Copy Editor

October 5, 2015


Filed under A & E, Breaking News

From the outside, a passerby might think it to be a closed pirate shop, but inside 826 Valencia, behind the pirate-themed paraphernalia, people of varying ages from all over the city gather on a bi-monthly basis to observe an under 21 open-mic night hosted by Youthspeaks. The non-profit organizat...

Comediennes get serious about gender equality

Comediennes get serious about gender equality

Lisabelle Panossian, Web Editor

October 1, 2015


Filed under A & E, Breaking News

From producer Amy Schumer mocking the idea of being “not hot enough for television” to writer Sarah Silverman satirizing the existence of the wage gap, female comedians are increasingly using comedy as a platform for feminism and challenging female stereotypes. “The way she brings up feminist issues is funny and appealin...

Life before death

Life before death

Julia-Rose Kibben, Design Editor

October 1, 2015


Filed under A & E

In the four years following jazz vocalist Amy Winehouse’s premature death at the age of 27, fans and critics alike have widely speculated about her struggle with addiction, anorexia and promiscuity, but a new exhibit is finally reflecting on her life. Running through Nov. 1, The Contemporary Jewish Mu...

‘Armonìa A capella’ club encourages the raw voice in its first meeting

‘Armonìa A capella’ club encourages the raw voice in its first meeting

Lisabelle Panossian, Web Editor

September 23, 2015


Filed under A & E, Breaking News

Members of the student club Armonìa A capella gathered in the chapel today for their first meeting in the club’s second year, introducing themselves as well as their ideas.   As part of a club without teacher supervision, students truly express themselves and share more of their ideas, according to c...

AP Art History takes a trip to the Presidio

AP Art History takes a trip to the Presidio

India Thieriot, Assistant Copy Editor

September 4, 2015


Filed under A & E, Breaking News, News

On a sunny day in the middle of the Presidio, Advanced Placement Art History students studied Spire, a 90-foot sculpture by Scottish land artist Andy Goldsworthy. With the Senior Class gone on retreats, history teacher Sarah Garlinghouse wanted her junior students to go on an excursion of their own. “I...

Galleries to feature student artist

Galleries to feature student artist

Kendra Harvey, Managing Editor

May 1, 2015


Filed under A & E

Kendra Harvey Video Editor While most high school students’ summers involve family trips and internships, junior Clara Phipps will be exhibiting her artwork in galleries along the West Coast. Phipps will be displaying her work in Live Edge Salon and Local Artistry in Oregon City, a salon which has s...

Muni to implement phone app

Muni to implement phone app

Lisabelle Panossian and Claire Kosewic

February 3, 2015


Filed under A & E, News

The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency plans to launch an app this summer that will allow Muni riders to pay fares with iPhone and Android smartphones. “We’re always looking for ways to increase service and the level of convenience for our riders,” Paul Rose, spokesman and media relation...

History of Rock and Roll offered as an elective

History of Rock and Roll offered as an elective

January 15, 2015


Filed under A & E

  Aoife Devereux Website Editor Starting second semester the History of Rock elective returned to the curriculum giving  students the opportunity to listen to the evolution of music within the school day. “We start studying the history of rock in about 1955 and continue as far as we can...

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