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‘It Can Wait’: Assembly raises awareness for texting and driving

‘It Can Wait’: Assembly raises awareness for texting and driving

Julia-Rose Kibben, Design Editor

September 18, 2015


Filed under Breaking News, News

The audience was brought to tears during a school assembly this morning after viewing an eight-minute documentary about teens who had been involved in texting and driving accidents. "I cried because all I could think of was my sister who just left for college and the girl in the documentary died ...

Students in Action conduct first meeting of the year

Catherine Dana, Senior Reporter

September 14, 2015


Filed under News

Students in Action (SIA), a student-run, service based club, held their first meeting today in the Center at lunch. “I felt that the first meeting was really interesting because I didn’t really know much about the club,” sophomore Sinead McKeon said. “Now I’m really excited to help.” ...

Hiking club plans its first trek

Hiking club plans its first trek

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter

September 10, 2015


Filed under Breaking News

The newly formed Hiking Club will be hosting its first hike this Sunday at Lands End. “We wanted to stay local and do a short hike for our first excursion, so we picked Lands End,” Co-Head Gabby Tom said. Hikers should plan on wearing warm clothes for the hike that will start at Cliff House around 10 a.m. a...

AP Art History takes a trip to the Presidio

AP Art History takes a trip to the Presidio

India Thieriot, Assistant Copy Editor

September 4, 2015


Filed under A & E, Breaking News, News

On a sunny day in the middle of the Presidio, Advanced Placement Art History students studied Spire, a 90-foot sculpture by Scottish land artist Andy Goldsworthy. With the Senior Class gone on retreats, history teacher Sarah Garlinghouse wanted her junior students to go on an excursion of their own. “I...

Interactive Dance Starts Mandarin Class

Interactive Dance Starts Mandarin Class

Catherine Dana and India Thieriot

August 26, 2015


Filed under Breaking News, News

It can be hard for students to get focused at the beginning of their last class of the day, but Mandarin teacher Yuhong Yao has a solution. AP Mandarin students begin class by engaging in physical activity through interactive dance videos. “You get all your energy out before stepping into the cla...

Fate of former Tully’s space remains unknown

Fate of former Tully’s space remains unknown

Alyssa Alvarez, Sports Editor

August 20, 2015


Filed under Features

Coffee-­deprived students lamenting the final San Francisco Tully’s location closing last November have been fueled by rumors that Blue Bottle Coffee would be moving into the Fillmore Street space, but they are about to have their hopes dashed. The artisanal coffee company is no longer...

‘Innobotics Club’ brings STEM to students

‘Innobotics Club’ brings STEM to students

Kendra Harvey, Managing Editor

August 20, 2015


Filed under Breaking News, News

Members of the newly founded Robotics Club met this past weekend in Siboni’s math classroom and physics lab to start the club’s brainstorming process and to explore ideas ranging from toothbrushes with prefilled toothpaste to a robot that can braid hair. “I really like STEM, and the...

A lifetime on Broadway gives girls perspectives.

A lifetime on Broadway gives girls perspectives.

April 30, 2015


Filed under Features

Madeleine Ainslie Managing Editor The 13 girls who have spent the last 13 years attending kindergarten through 12th grade on the Broadway campus have likely eaten more lunches at Schools of the Sacred Heart than they have in their own kitchens. “It’s cheesy, but Convent has really become my ...

Bake sale raises money for February events

Bake sale raises money for February events

January 14, 2015


Filed under Breaking News, News

The bottom of the Marble Stairs was crowded with students from all grades as cookies, cupcakes and brownies were sold today at lunch. The bake sale, a fundraiser for Junior Student Council’s February events, made $80.25 at lunch and will be continued through Activity Period in the Center, according 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. “...

Team’s State title remembered

Team’s State title remembered

December 11, 2012


Filed under Showcase, Sports & Fitness

Claire Fahy Editor-In-Chief The clock expired and Convent history was for- ever changed. The horn not only marked the end of the 2003 State Championship game, but also the realization of the improbable — a victory for the Cubs’ basketball team. “The highlight for me was when the buzzer s...

Restaurant featuring Asian-fusion food hits Pacific Heights

Restaurant featuring Asian-fusion food hits Pacific Heights

March 13, 2012


Filed under Features, Showcase

Alice Jones Reporter Bun Mee’s $7 price tag for a Vietnamese, street-style sandwich initially seems a little pricey, but its tasty menu items are worth every cent. With local meats and fresh bread, these sandwiches are perfect for a quick lunch or dinner. The eat-in or take-out restaurant is nam...

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