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Riders make themselves targets

February 7, 2012


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Staff Editorial Online, a 16 gigabyte Apple iPhone 4S costs $199, but there is a trend arising where the iconic cell phone goes for the five-finger discount. Many crimes in San Francisco are declining, but clearly one that is not following the same pattern is the theft of cell phones and other...

New burger joint lives up to name

New burger joint lives up to name

December 16, 2011


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Even though Johnny Rockets has left Chestnut Street, an even better burger restaurant has taken its place in the same location. Super Duper, which opened two months ago, offers a natural and partially-organic menu at reasonable prices in a high-priced neighborhood. Super Duper prides itself on Bay Are...

Modesty in sports arena betters fan experience and appreciation

November 10, 2011


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Claire Fahy Sports Editor Modesty. In a sports era when professional athletes and owners haggle over how many millions of dollars they deserve to be paid, college athletes receive generous endorsements from big-name companies and high school stand-outs get major bonuses and perks for choosing to br...

Stressed students struggle with pressure

Stressed students struggle with pressure

November 10, 2011


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Staff Editorial Classes, tests, quizzes, sports and a social life all fall on the shoulders of a high school student, but sometimes the stress is too much to bear. The goal of a perfect GPA plus a well-rounded life-style is what high school students strive for, yet from the ages of 14 to 18 years,...

Social networks lack personal touch

Social networks lack personal touch

November 10, 2011


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Isabelle Pinard Managing Editor It’s possible in the 21st century to form instant links of communication constantly through cell phones and social networks like Facebook and Twitter, but a crucial element remains absent from all of these electronic connections — physical connection. “I wond...

Teen manners falter with texting

Teen manners falter with texting

November 10, 2011


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Rebecca Lee Editor-in-Chief I hastily reached into my backpack for my Clipper Card as the 30 Stockton bus came to a halt in front of me. Without any hope of finding the card any time soon, I let an elderly woman get on the bus before me instead of making her wait. “You’ll get through life we...

Don’t play like a guy — play like a girl

Don’t play like a guy — play like a girl

October 6, 2011


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Claire Fahy Sports Editor “Find your inner guy.” That’s what my guy friend told me as we were playing one-on-one basketball on the hoop outside my house. It wasn’t meant to be insulting, and it wasn’t. It was what he said — and a lot of fans would say — I needed to do. “You throw l...

‘Jane Eyre’ remake delights new generation

‘Jane Eyre’ remake delights new generation

April 8, 2011


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Sara Kloepfer Managing Editor “Shhh!” — the man in front of me at the theater hissed angrily at my friend and I as we whispered giddily about the couple embracing on the screen. This was no teenage-heartthrob freak-out. The older, ruggedly handsome man staring into the fiery eyes of a pale t...

Students train in selective program

Students train in selective program

April 8, 2011


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Zoë Newcomb Editor-in-chief Standing in a dark room with exposed brick walls and an unfinished ceiling, two CSH students are illuminated only by a single spotlight as they sing along with the 15 other members of American Conservatory Theater’s (ACT) Musical Cabaret Ensemble. Senior Katie...

Continuing classes after AP exams would allow more depth of study

Continuing classes after AP exams would allow more depth of study

April 8, 2011


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Ta Lynn Mitchell Reporter Advanced Placement students who have spent the year caught up in the whirlwind of cramming for exams may find a new proposition to be an opportunity to study interesting concepts they were forced to skip over due to the crunch for time before the APs. The proposed plan...

April 8, 2011


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Emergency response plan lacks efficiency

April 8, 2011


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Staff Editorial Hundreds of homes behind Ocean Beach sitting at sea level mark the beginning of the Sunset district, yet the majority of San Franciscans have no idea what they would do if a tsunami were headed towards the city. Aside from the practice natural disaster siren that sounds everyday...

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