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Resale shop gets a second look

Resale shop gets a second look

Kristina Cary, Managing Editor

December 12, 2014


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Kristina Cary Senior Reporter Seconds to Go, The Schools of the Sacred Heart resale store, is expected to reopen on Monday after a one month renovation to upgrade the store’s aesthetic, making it more “in line” with other boutiques on Fillmore Street. “I had noticed right away after I started...

Construction sites limit parking spots

Construction sites limit parking spots

December 12, 2014


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Ariana Abdulmassih Senior Reporter The current San Francisco housing shortage has drivers struggling to find parking amid an already limited amount of parking spaces in the residential area around the Broadway campus due private contractors reserving street parking near houses they are remodeling. “One of the t...

Lack of interaction, clashing values partially responsible for decline in young religious sisters

Lack of interaction, clashing values  partially responsible for decline in young religious sisters

December 12, 2014


Filed under Features, News, Showcase

Young women discussing their futures often talk of balancing a family and career in law or computer programming, but rarely include the possibility of religious life as a future. While many young women dismiss religious life, some embrace it — both despite and because of its countercultural nature. “...

Local businesses implement digital loyalty programs

Local businesses implement digital loyalty programs

Julia-Rose Kibben, Design Editor

December 12, 2014


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Since Apple introduced the new ApplePay feature on the iPhone 6, digital pay is on the rise, causing businesses to draw loyalty reward punch cards and moving to digital alternatives. Businesses are picking up on more advanced digital alternatives, which teens find easier to use, but also mak...

UC regents vote to raise tuition

UC regents vote to raise tuition

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

December 12, 2014


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Liana Lum News Editor Despite student protests, University of California regents have approved a proposal to increase student tuition 5 percent for the next five years unless state legislature gives an increased fund of $100 million to the UCs or alternative funding is secured. “I see it dramatically...

The ball is now in his court

The ball is now in his court

November 3, 2014


Filed under News, Sports & Fitness

Sarah Selzer Sports Editor A chorus of pounding basketballs dribbling against the dull, wooden floor will echo in the Herbert Center Gym at the start of basketball season, but with a new head coach leading practices and games. Ren Marquette, Dean of Stuart Hall High School, has agreed to coach...

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


Filed under Breaking News, News

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...

Sacred Heart community celebrates Mater

Sacred Heart community celebrates Mater

Grace Ainslie and Claire Kosewic

October 20, 2014


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Grace Ainslie & Claire Kosewic Reporters Students and the special women in their lives gathered in the Flood Mansion yesterday to celebrate the feast of Mater Admirabilis, with the Freshman Class hosting a chapel service and brunch focusing on mother-daughter relationships. “It's a good bondin...

Uniforms required for standardized testing next week

Uniforms required for standardized testing next week

Asha Khanna and Fiona Mittelstaedt

October 10, 2014


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Asha Khanna & Fiona Mittelstaedt Reporters Although studies show students perform better on tests when they dress professionally, not everyone was thrilled with the announcement that freshmen, sophomores and juniors are required to wear uniforms when they take the PSAT on Wednesday. “I would rather be comf...

Seminar satisfies seniors

Seminar satisfies seniors

October 3, 2014


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Tatiana Gutierrez Editor-in-Chief Senior Kathryn Yu eases into her Monday morning as she grabs a seat in the middle of the semi-circle of desks lining the Duchesne Room, stretches out her legs on top of her backpack on the floor and leans her head back against the wall, while she watches the seco...

Sophomores focus on oppression

Sophomores focus on oppression

Kristina Cary, Managing Editor

October 3, 2014


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Clad in a Convent-branded burgundy sweater, rose-colored trousers and a zebra-print barrette, Samrawit Beyene stood at the front of the classroom and held up her right hand as she faced the teacher and the crowd in front of her, said “I do” and was sworn in to court during a mock trial. Beyene ...

Burnt-out motor causes evacuation

Burnt-out motor causes evacuation

October 3, 2014


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Madison Riehle Editor-in-Chief A burnt out motor caused an evacuation of the Broad- way campus Tuesday 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...

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