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Galleries to feature student artist

Galleries to feature student artist

Kendra Harvey, Managing Editor

May 1, 2015


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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 2, 2015


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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


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  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...

Students perform French comedy for fall play

Students perform French comedy for fall play

Julia-Rose Kibben, Design Editor

November 21, 2013


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Julia-Rose Kibben Reporter Tartuffe, a French comedy by Moliére, will be performed by a coed cast this evening at 7 p.m. in the Syufy Theatre. The production has a punk rock influence, which is incorporated into the hair styles, makeup, color scheme and music. "It starts with Lady Gaga," stage manager Natalie...

Fillmore has a new taste

Fillmore has a new taste

May 28, 2013


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Alice Jones Food Columnist Seattle-style teriyaki has made its way to the Bay Area and moved to the corner of Fillmore and Polk streets. Swinging its doors open late last month, Glaze was met with hoards of hungry local dental students and high schoolers eager to get a taste of the Korean spice...

MOMA photography exhibit defines ‘boomer’ generation

MOMA photography exhibit defines ‘boomer’ generation

May 2, 2013


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Rebecca Siegel Design Editor Urban street photography can offer a unique, unbiased window into the daily lives of city inhabitants as well as poignant commentary on the cultural and political shifts that occur in every decade. Garry Winogrand, a world-renowned photojournalist and street photographer, captur...

Roam no farther: New burger joint opens on Fillmore

February 15, 2013


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Alice Jones Food Columnist There’s a new burger on the block. With Johnny Rockets’ closure earlier this year, a new burger joint has opened across the street on Fillmore. Roam is concocting innovative recipes and combining wonderful flavors, bringing the burger up to a new level. My devotio...

Local bakeries put twists on favorites

Local bakeries put twists on favorites

May 26, 2012


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Alice Jones Reporter Convent girls are blessed and cursed to have four bakeries specializing in cupcakes within walking distance of school. A rich, sugary and moist cupcake sounds like the perfect sugar boost after a long day of school, but the hardest decision is choosing which shop to go to. SusieCakes ...

Tickets going fast for Outside Lands

May 25, 2012


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Tatiana Gutierrez Reporter The sound of bands warming up and performing will reverberate all throughout Golden Gate Park in mid-August during the three-day Outside Lands festival. Attendees can expect to hear a diverse lineup of artists and experience a wide array of attractions. “We try to b...

Southern-style food goes city

Southern-style food goes city

April 5, 2012


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Alice Jones Reporter Southern comfort food is a rare find on the organic-slow-food West Coast, but San Francisco is lucky to have a handful of soul food places, and one happens to be not too far from Convent. Gussie’s Chicken and Waffles on Eddy and Fillmore is about a 15 minute walk, so you can work o...

Art exhibit displays Victorian storybooks

Art exhibit displays Victorian storybooks

April 5, 2012


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Isabelle Pinard Managing Editor Pastel-painted fairy wings and children dressed in white come to life in pages from “Making the Modern Picture Book: Children’s Book from the Victorian Era” exhibit at the Legion of Honor, showing the history and artistic ability of old English storybooks. Illu...

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