The Broadview

The Peer Health club meets in the gallery during the community block. This is the second year that the club has been in session.

Clubs meet during community block

Students reflect on importance of clubs
Coco Stenzler, Reporter October 19, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE Club leaders had the chance to organize meetings after chapel today as students joined new and pre-existing clubs.       “Clubs allow me to follow my interests, and become friends...

Quarter 1 comes to a close

Quarter 1 comes to a close

Families to receive formative midterm reports
Makenna Kramer, Features Editor October 18, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE | Quarter 1 of the 2021-2022 school year ended today, and teachers are completing midterm progress reports, which are due on Wednesday.  The feedback given will not appear on official...

Student fans support the varsity volleyball players and watch from behind the student-made banner. Many family and faculty members came to watch the game to support the seniors.

Set, spike, senior night

Volleyball teams celebrate seniors’ hard work, dedication
Nicole Klein, Senior Reporter October 15, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE | The varsity volleyball team won against the Urban School of San Francisco in four sets tonight to finish off the annual senior night.  “The game celebrates the seniors’ accomplishments,...

On average, coyotes in captivity can live for roughly 13-15 years, but in the wild, most will die before they reach three years of age. Coyote attacks on civilians are generally very rare, one is more likely to be killed or injured by an errant golf ball than this species.

Coyotes resurface in cityscapes

Locals notice wildlife closer to home
Kassie DeJean, Senior Reporter October 12, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE | Over the past few months, San Francisco and the Bay Area have experienced a surge in coyote sightings and attacks. Coyotes commonly threaten dogs but are also dangerous to humans. The...

Students learn about Hispanic heritage through classes, community

Students learn about Hispanic heritage through classes, community

Hispanic and non-hispanic members reflect on the importance of the month
Ada Linde, Senior Reporter October 12, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students and faculty are currently taking part in learning about Hispanic Heritage Month, a celebration dedicated to the Hispanic community in the U.S. “Hispanic Heritage Month is important...

Senior Mira Chawla browses the shelves of Browser Books on Fillmore Street. The store is one of three locations owned by Green Apple Books, who have once again opened their doors to the community for literary events and shopping.

Chapter closes, doors open

Place for gathering and reading prevails in spite of pandemic
Darcy Jubb, City Life Editor October 12, 2021

Local bookstores who survived the pandemic once again offer a space to gather, allowing patrons to return to an in-person community.  “I think bookstores offer a cathartic space, a space of meeting,”...

Juniors Makenna Kramer and Keira Blattberg sport their Giants merchandise while waiting outside of the Pine Octavia campus. Today was the first game of the National League Division Series and the Giants won 4-0 against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Community shows spirit for Giants

Student Council coordinates spirit day in honor of playoffs
Amelia Froyd-Kamrath, Senior Reporter October 8, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE As students arrived at both the Broadway and Pine Octavia campuses this morning, bright orange and black outfits could be seen throughout the school.  The school community celebrated...

Veggie Tales

Plant-based diets increase in popularity
Adele Fratesi , Managing Editor October 6, 2021

Walking through the meat and dairy aisles of the grocery store, the increased presence of alternatives to traditional animal products is undeniable. Multiple brands of almond and oat milk often occupy...

Red meat caught red handed

Animal-based diets hurt health, planet
Madeline Thiara, Copy Editor October 6, 2021

While grabbing a burger at Shake Shack or substituting pesto sauce for bolognese at Italian Homemade may not seem like it would have a greater impact, the real cost of these decisions may be detrimental...

Seniors Devon Carlson and Kelly Cronan experience teamLab: Continuity, an interactive exhibition at the Asian Art Museum. The exhibit was created by teamLab, a Japanese art collective and interactive design corporation, who constructed an immersive experience with sound, projection and illustration.

IB Seniors visit Asian Art Museum’s teamLab: Continuity exhibition

Immersive experience prompts reflection on interconnectivity
Darcy Jubb, City Life Editor October 5, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE | Students in IB Visual Arts visited the Asian Art Museum’s teamLab: Continuity exhibition during the F block Learning Lab on Monday.  The exhibit was created by teamLab, a Japanese...

It’s getting hot in here

It’s getting hot in here

Historic California drought possess threat to community
Olivia Rounsaville and Nicole Klein October 5, 2021

From floods in New York to hurricanes in Louisiana and Mississippi, the effects of Climate Change are becoming increasingly more drastic. In California, higher temperatures and wildfires coincide with...

Watch your step

Watch your step

Understanding and managing your digital footprint
Ella Noblin and Ada Linde October 5, 2021

Every email, post, photo and click leaves a trail about you — one you may never be able to erase.  “A digital footprint is what you leave behind on the internet — it’s very likely that it will...

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