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National print industry dwindles, moves online

April 3, 2009
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Sara Kloepfer Reporter Newspapers nation-wide are dying left and right and the San Francisco Chronicle might be the next casualty. Hearst Corporation, which owns the Chronicle along with 15 other newspapers across the United States, announced Feb. 29 if its unions were unable to provide concessi...

Lunar New Year celebrates Asian culture, heritage

April 3, 2009
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Sara Kloepfer Reporter The new moon ushers in not only a change in the zodiac animals, but also a change in the leader of the United States with the presidency of Barack Obama. The Year of the Ox brings celebration but also holds significance in the current economic downturn. “Due to the economy, p...

This summer, jobs may be hard to get

April 3, 2009
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Jovel Quierolo Sacred Heart Editor Freshman Brooke Thomas scooped 30 flavors of ice cream at the Tea Shop on Squirrel Island in Maine for eight weeks last summer. Only 14 years old, she made $130 per week at the small grill and ice cream store totaling $1,040 for the summer. “It’s the best...

Classes take time together on retreats

Classes take time together on retreats

April 3, 2009
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Colleen Scullion Reporter Class retreats offered students a variety of experiences at different locations around the Bay Area last week. The Class of 2009 went on a traditional 2-day overnight at Bishop Ranch, a retreat center in Sonoma County. “Our 8-hour community circle helped us r...

Dads, daughters attend masque

February 6, 2009
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Emily Bloch Reporter ▶ Guests arrived in the Flood Mansion wearing masks and formal attire in the spirit of this year’s Father-Daughter Dinner Dance theme, Masquerade. “Some people even rented costumes for the dance,” said freshman Annie De Lancie. “Jayni’s [Webster] dad...

Students go to Obama’s inauguration

February 6, 2009
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Zoë Newcomb Reporter As President Barack Obama spoke to the country and the world with the words “let us brave once more the icy currents, and endure what storms may come,” his words were taken quite literally by CSH students and faculty standing in the 20 degree weather on the Mall. Thirty-five students...

Alumni return for SH choral tradition

December 18, 2008
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Collen Scullion reporter An alum returns to the same evergreen-scented Main Hall she left years ago, receiving a nametag with her date of graduation to welcome her to Alumni Noëls. "We all fondly remember singing Noëls in the Main Hall as students, and it is so much fun to hear the traditio...

Financial aid grows as economy declines

December 18, 2008
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Lauren JungEditor-in-chiefCollege tuition continues to rise and federal aid for students has nearly doubled in the past 10 years, but the number of private loans taken out for higher education are shrinking according to 2008 College Board reports. The current credit crunch has affected students' abil...

Taking precautions can minimize robberies, crime

Taking precautions can minimize robberies, crime

October 31, 2008
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Jovel Quierolo Sacred Heart Editor Senior Xan Saborit was on the 22 Fillmore bus one afternoon heading back to school. Sitting near the back exit, she watched as two men got on. One sat down at a seat across from her. The other stood. Both watched her, eying the iPod in her hand. “When the bus stopped, the guy sitting nodded to the guy standing...

Economy strains college funds

October 31, 2008
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Lauren Jung Editor-in-Chief Tomorrow marks many universities’ early action application deadlines. But as students scramble to turn in their paperwork and online forms, the stress isn’t only about getting into the college of their choice anymore — it’s figuring out how to pay for college ...

Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans?

Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans?

September 23, 2005
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Originally published Sept. 23, 2005 Elizabeth Moore Business Manager When Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast in August, Sacred Heart families fled their homes. New Orleans girls share their stories. On a Sunday morning at 6:15, New Orleans resident Caroline Mills was awakened by her m...

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