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iPads to be adapted into classrooms

iPads to be adapted into classrooms

February 17, 2011

Zoe Newcomb Editor-in-Chief Rising sophomores and incoming freshman slated to be the first group of students participating in a pilot program integrating Apple Computer’s iPad into select classes, with the goal of making the technology standard for all students within the next few years. “I’m ...

Students vote for new uniform skirts

Students vote for new uniform skirts

January 26, 2011

Isabelle Pinard Reporter Students got their first look at new uniform skirt options at at Principal’s Meeting Monday morning, then voted for the new skirt later int he day. “I think its time to update the uniform, but the student body should definitely participate in the selection process ...

Students view open-heart surgery

January 25, 2011

Stephanie Gee Reporter Physiology students  had a rare opportunity on Wednesday to not only observe live open-heart surgery, but to view to procedure side-by-side the surgeons. Students arrived at Kaiser Permanente at 6:50 a.m. Before going into the operating room, they were given a lecture ...

Yale a cappella group performs in Syufy

Yale a cappella group performs in Syufy

January 7, 2011

Zoe Newcomb Editor-in-Chief Members of the Yale University Society of Orpheus and Bacchus (SOB) a cappella group performed and answered questions for the CSH and SHHS student body this morning in Syufy Theatre. The group serenaded senior Lauren Arnold, told jokes and performed a set of song...

Pressure to succeed can lead to plagiarism

Pressure to succeed can lead to plagiarism

December 14, 2010

Zoë Newcomb Editor-in-Chief Getting into a good college requires good grades, community service, club activities, a job, a sport and perfect test grades, according to Anna, a sophomore who asked her name be changed. With so much to balance, cheating is the only way Anna says she gets anything done. ...

Service trip repairs Hurricane Katrina damage

Service trip repairs Hurricane Katrina damage

December 14, 2010

Rebecca Lee Reporter Three students spent their Thanksgiving Break repairing hurricane-damaged homes in New Orleans with seven Stuart Hall High School students. “We split up the first day and worked together for the second and third,” senior Pearl Plonsker, who worked with juniors Briana W...

San Francisco Symphony holds music education benefit

San Francisco Symphony holds music education benefit

December 14, 2010

Mika Esquivel-Varela reporter Students helped children with arts and crafts and handed out refreshments at Davies Symphony Hall last Sunday during Deck the Hall, a concert and benefit party for youth symphony programs providing music education to over 75,000 Bay Area children each year. ...

Ethics day format changed

December 14, 2010

Claire Fahy Asst. Sports Editor The Junior Classes of CSH and SHHS came together Nov. 22 to reflect on how to understand oneself and one’s connections through the Internet after watching a showing of “The Social Network,” a movie about the founding of the social networking site Facebook. The 6-year-o...

Unprecedented campaign draws to a close

Unprecedented campaign draws to a close

October 29, 2010

Zoë Newcomb Editor-in-Chief Announcements of candidacy for Governor of California over a year ago brought about the usual flurry of speculation and rumors. Now, with just a few days to go until the polling booths open, this gubernatorial race has proven itself to be anything but ordinary. Former eBay CEO...

Operation Smile Club plans funding for surgery

October 29, 2010

Katy Hallowell Reporter For the fourth year in a row, members of Operation Smile are planning to host a Smile Ball to raise awareness and money for children needing corrective surgeries. “Last year, we raised $8,000 from Smile Ball, providing 32 surgeries, so we have definitely seen the resu...

Convent graduate becomes substitute teacher

Convent graduate becomes substitute teacher

October 29, 2010

Aggie Kruse Reporter Alumna Alison Groeger (’00) has returned to Convent 10 years and one doctorate in molecular pharmacology later — this time to teach rather than learn. “I love being involved in this community again,” Groeger said. “After graduate school, I wanted to get more int...

Bridge walk raises revenue, awareness for Ugandan school

Bridge walk raises revenue, awareness for Ugandan school

October 27, 2010

Mika Esquivel-Varela Reporter The four-school community came together for the Annual Walk for Uganda across the Golden Gate Bridge on Oct. 16 to raise money for the Sacred Heart Schools in Uganda. “Last year we raised $3,240 and this year we hope to raise even more,” Theology department chair Pa...

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