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Civil Rights figure shares personal story with students

Asha Khanna, Senior Reporter

March 24, 2015


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Editor’s Note: As a staff, we chose to not run an expletive used in Ruby Bridges quote due to the demeaning and racist nature of the word. However, we chose to include the first letter of the word because it shows the overt racism Bridges experienced. Ruby Bridges shared her experiences as a black...

Varsity basketball loses Number 1 spot

Varsity basketball loses Number 1 spot

Catherine Dana, Senior Reporter

February 3, 2015


Filed under Breaking News, Sports & Fitness

Varsity basketball lost to University High School 32-48 causing the Cubs to slip from a first place tie in the Bay Counties League West standings yesterday in the University gym. “It was a little disappointing considering how much we practiced,” Sophomore Gia Monachino said. “I know we ...

Freshman to compete in national and international fencing competitions

Freshman to compete in national and international fencing competitions

Claire Kosewic and Fiona Mittelstaedt

January 22, 2015


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While many students play club sports like volleyball and basketball, freshman Erika Wong fences with the Massialas team where she prepares for the Foil Marathon in Paris, France and the U.S. Junior Olympics in Richmond, Virginia. The Foil Marathon, an annual fencing competition taking place Feb. 6-8,...

Boots are back as uniform approved footwear

Boots are back as uniform approved footwear

Grace Ainslie and Asha Khanna

January 21, 2015


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Grace Ainslie & Asha Khanna Reporters Students are now permitted to wear boots as part of the uniform after an announcement made by Head of School Rachel Simpson at Friday’s assembly. “We had discussed allowing taller boots to be allowed during the rainy season,” Administrative Assistan...

Bake sale raises money for February events

Bake sale raises money for February events

January 14, 2015


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The bottom of the Marble Stairs was crowded with students from all grades as cookies, cupcakes and brownies were sold today at lunch. The bake sale, a fundraiser for Junior Student Council’s February events, made $80.25 at lunch and will be continued through Activity Period in the Center, according t...

Students participate in design thinking symposium

Students participate in design thinking symposium

Kristina Cary, Managing Editor

January 9, 2015


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Students gathered in Syufy Theater this morning for the start of the Design Thinking symposium centering on the theme of "Women and Global Impact; If not me, then who?" “Our visual mind is an extraordinarily powerful part of our brain that we tend to neglect,” Keynote Speaker Dan Roam, who emphasized the p...

College counseling elective begins for juniors

College counseling elective begins for juniors

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

January 6, 2015


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Juniors gathered in the Mother Williams Library with their ipads this morning for their first college counseling elective. “As juniors, it’s time to think about where you want to go and what’s next,” College Counseling Director Rebecca Munda said during the elective. “We’ll be using this as a...

Alumnae return and speak with student body about college

Alumnae return and speak with student body about college

January 5, 2015


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Camilla Bykhovsky Sports Editor Alumnae who are still in college often come back after the holidays to visit teachers and former classmates, as well as partake in a college alumnae panel. “It was really great to come back to my community and see old friends,” alumna attending the George Washington ...

Girls express increased interest in computer programming field, starting to bridge gender gap

Girls express increased interest in computer programming field, starting to bridge gender gap

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

December 12, 2014


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Liana Lum News Editor Seated with 20 other girls in downtown San Francisco, juniors Miranda Lis and Izzie Panasci began their summer days learning and applying computer code while working with mentors and listening to guest speakers, ranging from the CEO of Twitter to a Pixar animator. Lis...

School embarks on 2-year process to implement International Baccalaureate program

School embarks on 2-year process to implement International Baccalaureate program

Alyssa Alvarez, Sports Editor

October 31, 2014


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If both Convent and Stuart Hall High Schools successfully complete a two-year review and evaluation process, current freshmen and sophomores will have the opportunity to engage in International Baccalaureate courses, beginning in Fall 2016. The IB Diploma Programme is an academically challenging and balanced...

Network celebrates end of centenary year honoring Janet Stuart

Network celebrates end of centenary year honoring Janet Stuart

October 22, 2014


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Isabel Elgin, Sienna Ryan & Alayna Wong Reporters Convent and Stuart Hall High Schools gathered in Syufy Theatre yesterday to celebrate the end of the centenary year honoring Janet Erskine Stuart, RSCJ. The ceremony was live streamed to Sacred Heart schools across the nation from Stuart Country ...

Fire causes Broadway evacuation

Fire causes Broadway evacuation

September 23, 2014


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Madison Riehle Editor-in-Chief An electrical fire caused in an evacuation of the Broadway campus this evening interrupting and cutting short several after school programs. Fire trucks responded to a pulled fire alarm around 5:40 p.m. when multiple witnesses smelled and saw smoke on the lower floors of the Siboni Arts & Science Center. “When we got here the...

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