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Junior English classes prep for AP exam

Junior English classes prep for AP exam

Cece Giarman, Editor-in-Chief

May 8, 2018


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WEB EXCLUSIVE As students enrolled in Advanced Placement classes use their final classes for last minute studying for exams, a majority of juniors used their English class time to begin preparation for the AP English Language and Composition exam they will take next Wednesday. Convent & Stuart Hall does not currently...

Student body celebrates poetry

Student body celebrates poetry

Sophia Aeby, Reporter

April 30, 2018


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WEB EXCLUSIVE Poetry readings, rap battles, an acapella performance and “promposal” took over Syufy Theatre as Convent and Stuart Hall students gathered this morning for the annual Poetry Festival. The festival began with the all school winners of last year’s festival, sophomores Ari Levine an...

Coed assembly recognizes Writing Festival winners

Coed assembly recognizes Writing Festival winners

Claire Kosewic, Editor-in-Chief

February 12, 2018


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WEB EXCLUSIVE The Convent & Stuart Hall High School community gathered in Syufy Theatre this morning to celebrate the winners of the annual Writing Festival, formerly known as the Kate Chopin Essay contest. The Writing Contest, which takes place in early January, poses a prompt for students to respond to with a short personal e...

Juniors present IB project

Juniors present IB project

Josephine Rozzelle, Sports Editor

January 26, 2018


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WEB EXCLUSIVE Juniors wrapped up their English Interactive Oral Presentations this week, an assessment part of the International Baccalaureate Programme. “The Interactive Oral happens in the semester called Works in Translation,” English teacher Julia Arce said, “and the whole point of that is...

Freshmen explore their identity through English projects

Freshmen explore their identity through English projects

Caroline Thompson, Reporter

October 3, 2017


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The Freshman Class finished off its first quarter by presenting Identity Projects, an English I assignment in which the students explored their identity through a poem paired with a self-portrait. “I wanted both parts of the project to go together," freshman Grace Krumplitsch said. "My overarch...

Sophomore English classes attend performance of ‘black odyssey’

Sophomore English classes attend performance of ‘black odyssey’

Mary Perez, Senior Reporter

August 31, 2017


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Sophomores will be attending "black odyssey" tonight at the California Shakespeare Theater in Orinda to start off their unit studying Shakespeare's work. "Black odyssey," written by playwright Marcus Gardley, follows the story of Ulysses Lincoln, a soldier trying to return home from war, who is presumed...

Former US Poet Laureate speaks to community

Former US Poet Laureate speaks to community

Claire Kosewic, Web Editor

May 10, 2017


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The school community heard a two-time United States Poet Laureate share his thoughts on men who wear snoods, lanyards, Irish spiders, the British and breakfast at a special assembly and evening reading today. Poet Billy Collins, dubbed “the most popular poet in America,” visited campus, reading several of his poems at a daytime assembly, answering questions from S...

Community gathers for annual Kate Chopin award assembly

Community gathers for annual Kate Chopin award assembly

Cece Giarman, Reporter

February 10, 2017


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Students and faculty gathered in the Chapel this morning for a special assembly to announce and honor the winners of the annual Kate Chopin Essay Contest. Sophomore Sydney Caba was named the all-school winner by outside judge Libby Brittain (’07). The English department began the contest more than 20 years ago ...

Student body engages in writing competition

Student body engages in writing competition

Anna Doggett, Reporter

January 11, 2017


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The entire student body took part in the Kate Chopin writing contest today and yesterday, in which students are given a creative writing prompt to reflect and write an essay on. “[The competition] was started by two teachers who worked here named Ann Cromey and Charles Brady,” English teacher Julia Arce ...

Sophomores, seniors learn roles of perspective, penitence in the judicial system

Sophomores, seniors learn roles of perspective, penitence in the judicial system

Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter

November 19, 2015


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Sophomores and seniors took time out of their Hislish and colLab periods to learn about the role that penitence plays in criminal justice, and how perspective is everything in the American judicial system. “It definitely gave us a new perspective and helped to show us that what we are learning h...

Sophomores focus on oppression

Sophomores focus on oppression

Kristina Cary, Managing Editor

October 3, 2014


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Clad in a Convent-branded burgundy sweater, rose-colored trousers and a zebra-print barrette, Samrawit Beyene stood at the front of the classroom and held up her right hand as she faced the teacher and the crowd in front of her, said “I do” and was sworn in to court during a mock trial. Beyene ...

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