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Sunkissed without the sun

Sunkissed without the sun

Students weigh the benefits and disadvantages of tanning
Coco Browning and Nathania Chao May 12, 2022

As San Francisco warms up, some Convent students are turning to fake tan methods as a way to keep their skin sunkissed.  “I think tanning is the perfect kind of accessory,” junior Lucy Selcow said....

Professor Kennedy engages the community

Professor Kennedy engages the community

Students and family gather to learn about women in antiquity
Amrita Rajpal, Reporter April 6, 2022

WEB EXCLUSIVE Professor Rebecca Futo Kennedy PhD joined the community today for the fifth annual Latin Lecture to speak about women and poverty in the ancient world. The lecture was open to 7th to 12th...

Holiday hacks: maintaining a meat-free diet

Holiday hacks: maintaining a meat-free diet

Students reflect on holiday diets and SAGE’s supporting options
Ada Linde, Senior Reporter January 5, 2022

Nearly 250 million turkeys are killed each year, and of those, about 46 million are killed for Thanksgiving meals. So, while the holidays are a time for giving thanks and celebrating, it is not so kind...

LavaMaeˣ upholds standard of care

LavaMaeˣ upholds standard of care

Service organization practices radical hospitality
Darcy Jubb, City Life Editor January 5, 2022

The nonprofit organization, LavaMaeˣ, brings showers, toilets, and other health services to people experiencing homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles.  The organization functions...

Dress for success

December 17, 2021

Unlike many Sacred Heart schools around the world, Convent & Stuart hall has refrained from requiring a uniform for high school students every day. Instead, the school has a clearly defined dress code...

Freedom of dress

December 17, 2021

If the school dress code exists to promote productivity of learning, it begs the question as to how restrictions on freedom of expression and dress correlate to a higher performance in the classroom. Dress...

Stretching into the Holiday Season

Stretching into the Holiday Season

Convent & Stuart Hall Yoga Club begins meetings
Siena Coco Stenzler, Reporter December 16, 2021

With fall sports coming to an end, yoga can be an option to stay active and support mental health. “Yoga helps center your mind and your body, and it's kind of like a mindfulness practice as well...

Lets bring on some spirit!

Let’s bring on some spirit!

Convent’s first cheer team takes on football season
Annabel Roubinowitz, Reporter December 16, 2021

As the football team took the field for homecoming, the Convent cheer team celebrated from the sidelines in their first team appearance, as students and parents cheered along.  Though they are still...

Christmas returns on Broadway

Christmas returns on Broadway

Past traditions upheld with alterations due to COVID-19
Amelia Froyd-Kamrath, Senior Reporter December 13, 2021

Decorative wreaths line the marble staircase and Christmas tree lights adorn the hallways as students and faculty prepare for the holiday season, and the traditions that come with it.  “I'm excited...

Taylor Swift performs “Love Story” at her “Reputation” stadium tour at Levi’s Stadium in
Santa Clara, California on May 12, 2018. Swift has recently released a rerecorded Taylors Version of the
album Red, which was originally released in 2012.

‘Taylor’s Version’

Singer re-records old albums
Kassie DeJean, Senior Reporter December 13, 2021

Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has released re-recording of her old albums starting earlier this year, following the sale of her master catalog to Ithaca Holdings in 2019.  The first re-recording she...

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,”...

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...

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