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Math club offers peer tutoring sessions

Math club offers peer tutoring sessions

Caroline Thompson, Reporter

November 2, 2017


Filed under News

The math club hosted a peer tutoring session for all students looking for math help today. “The peer tutoring sessions are pretty new, and we hope that they will grow and stick,” club advisor Ken Harrington said. “If it’s just a one-time thing it’s not as effective as it should be.” T...

Steering away from a license

Steering away from a license

Mason Cooney, Assistant Features Editor

September 28, 2017


Filed under Features

While high schoolers in the ’90’s movie “Clueless” hustled to get their driver’s licenses once they turned 16, many teens are tending to hold off until much later to start driving. “I haven’t had much time in the past two years to get a license,” alumna Neely Metz (’17) said. ...

Artwork displays City pride at SFO

Artwork displays City pride at SFO

Kristina Cary, Managing Editor

May 17, 2016


Filed under News

Graphite sketches, digital designs, oil and acrylic paintings, photographs, prints and collages comprise a Stuart Hall-coordinated display featuring Convent art at the San Francisco International Airport. The display contains 43 works of art created by 28 students and two collaborative teams, acco...

Teatime tradition acts as tribute to the graduating class

Teatime tradition acts as tribute to the graduating class

Julia-Rose Kibben, Design Editor

May 17, 2016


Filed under Breaking News, News

Illuminated by light pouring in from the Belvedere windows overlooking San Francisco Bay, the Senior Class stood in a semi-circle, clad in white dresses, holding bouquets of pink and white roses in one hand and shaking guests’ hands with the other. Faculty and students, along with invited parents and ...

Rain, rain, don’t go away

Rain, rain, don’t go away

Julia-Rose Kibben, Design Editor

January 5, 2016


Filed under Breaking News, News

Standing at the Siboni windows, students and teachers watched sheets of water skate down the Webster hill. Rain fell throughout the morning, but during F Period, it began to pour.   “I did hear the rain when it started hitting the windows,” junior Kayla Man said. English students like Ma...

Information night highlights new SAT

Information night highlights new SAT

Asha Khanna, Senior Reporter

November 10, 2015


Filed under Breaking News, News

Freshmen, sophomores and juniors and their families gathered in the Little Theater for the annual Standardized Testing Info Night this evening. “We want to educate parents and students about standardized testing, especially with the new SAT,” College Counseling Associate Kelly Whalen said. Bru...

Seniors commended for success

Seniors commended for success

India Thieriot, Assistant Copy Editor

October 26, 2015


Filed under Breaking News, News

The sound of clapping filled Syufy Theatre as students supported a few of their senior peers in a commendation of academic excellence. After taking the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) last year, current seniors’ scores were admitted to the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) ...

Skeptical fan has new appreciation for Giants

Skeptical fan has new appreciation for Giants

October 29, 2010


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Zoë Newcomb Editor-in-Chief I have a confession to make: The Broadview lies. In our last edition we ran a “Broadway-Noway” stating the “Giants might actually make the playoffs — They aren’t going to win.” And while this statement caused uproar amongst many students and teachers at the school...

Fire forces students to confront loss of family and friends

Fire forces students to confront loss of family and friends

September 23, 2010


Filed under News

Sara Kloepfer Managing Editor The gas leak in San Bruno was the explosion heard around the Bay Area. The fires raged for two days, engulfing homes and forcing families to flee, fighting for their lives. The flames left an indelible mark on not only the scorched blocks of above the gas line but...

Students with learning differences are not alone in their struggle

Students with learning differences are not alone in their struggle

September 23, 2010


Filed under Opinion

Emily Bloch Reporter Failure. Embarrassment. Weak. Stupid. Children with diagnosed learning differences often identify with these terms — however untrue — believing their different learning styles are inferior to those students who learn “traditionally.” Both traditional learners and thos...

Art educates, enlightens students

June 1, 2010


Filed under Opinion

“Whistler’s Mother” is in San Francisco along with approximately 100 works by some of the first 19th century impressionists including Manet, Monet, Renoir and Sisley. For the first time, these remarkable scenes capturing the beauty, history and philosophy of the human experience stemming from mid-19th...

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