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Coed classes expand opportunities

Coed classes expand opportunities

October 1, 2014


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Camilla Bykhovsky Sports Editor The yellow school bus filled with grey skirts and khakis that has been driving the 10-block stretch between Convent and Stuart Hall every afternoon, shuttling students to coed language classes, now runs between every class period due to the expansion of coed class off...

Seniors attend the Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Seniors attend the Oregon Shakespeare Festival

September 8, 2014


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Filling into their seats at the Allen Elizabethan Theatre sporting blankets and snacks, the Senior Class fell silent as the lights dimmed and the hunchbacked Richard III limped to center stage. The Senior Class attended the annual Oregon Shakespeare Festival this past weekend in Ashland where they wat...

Students go on day retreat

Students go on day retreat

September 5, 2014


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Freshmen, sophomores and juniors traveled to China Camp State Park in San Rafael for an unplugged retreat today. Students and faculty broke into three sections based on advisory groups for team building activities and to see each other in a different way, according to Student Activities Coordinator Devi...

Universities scrutinized for sexual assault policies

Universities scrutinized for sexual assault policies

May 27, 2014


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The day the federal government released a list of 55 colleges and universities under investigation for failing to respond to sexual assault on campus coincided with the deadline for seniors to formally accept offers of admissions from colleges and put down deposits, surprising many new enrollees that thei...

Universities scrutinized for sexual assault policies

May 27, 2014


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Madeleine Ainslie Design Editor The day the federal government released a list of 55 colleges and universities under investigation for failing to respond to sexual assault on campus coincided with the deadline for seniors to formally accept offers of admissions from colleges and put down deposit...

Elevator to undergo renovation

Elevator to undergo renovation

May 27, 2014


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Madison Riehle Editor-in-Chief Ninety-nine years after the completion of the Flood Mansion, the historical Flood elevator is being renovated due to inconsistencies with the elevator’s daily functions. “I’ve been dependent on the elevator for a few years,” junior Talayah Hudson, who has ...

Entrepreneurial seminar promotes design thinking

Entrepreneurial seminar promotes design thinking

May 27, 2014


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The Convent Elementary and Stuart Hall for Boys seventh and eighth graders joined the high schools last Wednesday for a design thinking workshop at the Palace of Fine Arts, where students learned how to be innovators who create their own future. Guest speakers include investor Ron Conway, artist Dana H...

All-school poetry contest winners announced at annual festival

All-school poetry contest winners announced at annual festival

Alyssa Alvarez, Sports Editor

May 9, 2014


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Guest speaker and all-school Poetry Festival judge Jovel Queirolo (’10) announced the winner of the annual high school poetry contest. Queirolo was an all-school winner of the contest herself, and awarded sophomore Daniel Im and senior Tess Holland the same title. Students from both Stuart Hall and Co...

Senior Tea kicks off commencement season

Senior Tea kicks off commencement season

May 1, 2014


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Faculty, staff, parents and friends made their way down the receiving line of 37 seniors, shaking gloved hands during Senior Tea this afternoon. The long-standing tradition kicks off graduation season that culminates on June 7 with Commencement. “I like it because it’s such an old tradition,” Fiona Gia...

Students re-create Flappy Bird in programming workshop

Students re-create Flappy Bird in programming workshop

Kendra Harvey and Kristina Cary

April 9, 2014


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Students sat behind their desktop computers and laptops yesterday, copying sections of multicolored code into their on-screen programs, and with a single click of their mouse, they watched as a little yellow bird on a simulated iPhone in the right-hand corner of their screen took flight. Students create...

Sophomores to present ‘TED Talks’

April 8, 2014


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Tatiana Gutierrez Editor-in-Chief Sophomores will present a year-long project of each student’s choice in the form of a pseudo-TED Talk, which will complete the restructured Sophomore Interdisciplinary Project on April 24. “The TED Talk will focus on process,” Lead Sophomore Adviser Rachae...

First Amendment icon shares her story

First Amendment icon shares her story

April 8, 2014


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Madison Riehle Editor-in-Chief Holding a pink detention slip from 1965 and sporting a black armband, the once shy 13-year-old Des Moines, Iowa student turned First Amendment rights activist spoke to to the student body in Syufy Theatre on what it means to stand up for personal beliefs. Mary Bet...

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