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Schools of the Sacred Heart celebrate Mater, CSH traditions include reflection, pink popcorn

Schools of the Sacred Heart celebrate Mater, CSH traditions include reflection, pink popcorn

October 30, 2009

Claire Fahy Reporter Sacred Heart Schools throughout the world celebrated the Feast of Mater on Oct. 20 and throughout the week. A fresco of Mary painted by Sister Pauline Perdau, a Religious of the Sacred Heart novice, resulted in a variety of traditions celebrated by Sacred Heart schools . T...

CSH/SHHS year-long project celebrates Darwin

CSH/SHHS year-long project celebrates Darwin

October 28, 2009

Zoe Newcomb News Editor Students will participate in breakout sessions and listen to expert panels during a coed event on Nov. 12 focusing on the different facets of evolution. Five scientists and theologians will facilitate the day-long Darwin Project: Exploring Faith and Science, addressing the...

‘Ghetto’ has deeper meanings not intended by teen users

September 30, 2009

by Zoë Newcomb News Editor Seventeen magazine boasts the best tips for how to get that perfect “ghetto-fabulous look.” Girls shriek through the halls, laughing about their ghetto car. World history classes study the poverty-stricken ghettos of World War II. The word “ghetto” has evol...

Project Kaisei explores waste in Pacific Ocean

September 23, 2009

Emma Herlihy Asst. News Editor Abandoned fishing nets, empty plastic bottles and everyday trash make up a floating dump commonly know as the north Pacific Gyre or the Plastic Vortex in the North Pacific Ocean which is estimated to be twice the size of Texas — and is still growing. Projec...

Renovations begin on Doyle Drive, 101

September 23, 2009

Zoë Newcomb News Editor Construction has begun on the $1 billion, 9-year replacement of Doyle Drive that will continue through early 2013 and will affect traffic in the Presidio district and people who commute across the Golden Gate Bridge. Doyle Drive currently rates 2 out of 100 in structur...

Some Sigg bottle liners still contain BPAs

September 23, 2009

Isabelle Pinard Reporter Chemistry teacher Christina Cinti leaves the lab room quickly, grabing her Sigg bottle before she walks out the door with her tennis team and unaware the inner liner of her water bottle can seep a hormone-disrupting chemical known as BPA into her water. Many people turned t...

College Board announces 41 CSH AP Scholars

September 23, 2009

Zoë Newcomb News Editor The College Board announced AP Scholar awards Sept. 16, honoring 41 Convent students. Class of 2009 graduates Katherine Eaneman and Kristie La are AP scholars, achieving scores of 4 or higher on at least four AP exams. Scholars with Distinction, given to students who rece...

Race for the Cure on Saturday

September 23, 2009

Emily Bloch Reporter CSH will participate in Sunday’s annual Susan G. Komen Foundation Race for the Cure as part of the Team Convent/Stuart Hall, marking the 15th consecutive year the school has supported the event for breast cancer research. “I go with my mom to Race for the Cure as a rem...

San Francisco addresses health reform

September 23, 2009

Jovel Quierolo Managing Editor More than 82,000 San Franciscans have no health insurance, according to the San Francisco Medical Society, but the City and County of San Francisco provide some basic coverage that proposed national health care reform would extend. “We really don’t know how the ...

Convent, Stuart Hall have first Community Day

Convent, Stuart Hall have first Community Day

September 23, 2009

Convent teachers Michael Steinbrecher (left) and Michael Stafford grill hot dogs in the courtyard of Stuart Hall High School during a community barbecue last Friday. Following the annual four-school blessing in the morning, students participated in activities focused on prayer and art, culminati...

Network students to serve communities this summer

May 21, 2009

Susie Lee Reporter Although summer is often associated with vacations, over 170 Sacred Heart students from around the United States are packing their bags to serve people in various poor, marginalized communities as part of the Network Summer Projects, community service programs administered by the N...

Job cuts tighten families

May 21, 2009

Zoë Newcomb Features Editor Rising unemployment rates and seemingly negative lifestyle changes might just be a good thing for families facing job loss and economic insecurity. Sophomore Jamie Haigh’s life changed drastically when her father lost his consulting job four months ago because investor...

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