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Juniors continue college process

Laura Borne begins working on her college essay by answering a few brainstorming questions. The college counseling class takes place once every two weeks for all juniors.

Cassie Eskicioglu and Mason Cooney

April 12, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE As seniors make their final decision regarding which college they will attend this fall, juniors begin the college process with regular college counseling classes. “Everything that’s involved with the college application process is extremely complicated,” junior Emma Hubbard sai...

Poetry Festival submissions turned in

Sophomores Nisrine Rahmoui and Rachel Santamaria look over a poem written by Rahmoui. The annual poetry contest will on Monday April 30th.

Sophia Aeby, Reporter

April 11, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students turned in their final poems to their English teachers today for the annual Poetry Festival that will take place on Monday, April 30th in Syufy Theatre. All students were required to hand in a minimum of one poem of any style on any topic. “We want the festival to be an inclusive whole...

Innobotics club provides a platform for engineering

Senior Natalie Lunbeck works with machinery at a club meeting. The Innobotics Club was founded two years ago by Convent graduates.

Olivia Mohun, City Life Editor

April 10, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Members of the Innobotics Club met in the Sparks Studio today to hold their weekly club meeting where students learned how to operate a laser printer. The engineering and design club encourages young women to become innovators while fostering a spirit of community, according to club he...

Student election process begins

Junior Emma Hubbard hangs a campaign poster in the Center for her and junior Olivia Mohun, who are running as a President and Vice President team. Elections will be held in the Chapel on Monday, and results will be posted by the end of the day.

Mason Cooney and Cassie Eskicioglu

April 9, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students running for the 2018-2019 year’s Student Body began hanging posters today to campaign for elections next Monday. “[For members of the Student Body], commitment means attending school activities like dances, events that Student Council puts on, retreats and class activities,”...

Sports captains discuss leadership

Mason Cooney and Josephine Rozzelle

March 28, 2018

Spring sports captains met today in room 207 for their regular captains’ council meeting during lunch. “We talked about what makes a good captain and how we can motivate our teammates to be their best both inside and outside of the court, pool of field,” swim captain Anna Doggett said. The...

Freshmen lead new philosophy club

The Philosophy Club meets for their weekly Monday discussion. The club is currently only freshmen but is open to accepting students from any grade level.

Adele Bonomi, Assistant Web Editor

March 26, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE The Philosophy Club, made entirely of freshmen, met today at lunch in room 207 for their weekly discussion on moral decisions and how they affect world communities. “We created this club so that we could talk about thought-provoking ideas,” freshman and co-founder of the club Audrey...

Loss motivates Knights for next season

Crowd members raise their hands to try and distract the opposing team while they shoot free throws. While Stuart Hall players took free throw shots, the crowd held out their hands and wiggled their fingers sending “good vibes” to the team.

Cece Giarman and Laura Mogannam

March 23, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE After a game filled with cheers and nail-biting moments from a crowd of over 400 Convent & Stuart Hall community members, the Stuart Hall Knights lost the 2018 CIF State Boys Basketball Championships 62 to 74, against Southern California's View Park Knights. “How a school or commun...

Student section cheers SHHS Knights

Juniors Abby Anderson and Olivia Mohun cheer on the Knights in the State Championship. The whole school drove up to Sacramento to support the team.

Claire Kosewic and Grace Ainslie

March 23, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE After an early lead by View Park, chants of “Defense!” and “I believe that we will win!” rang out from Section 113 of the Golden 1 Center as the Knights and Cubs cheered on their classmates. “I think it’s a great opportunity to support the boys and cheer them on,” fres...

Community sets off in spirit for state game

Sophomore Isabelle Thiara braids junior Grace Boudreau’s hair adding red and blue ribbon, the team’s colors. The Syufy Theatre was filled with the Knight’s colors and spirit before the game, as almost all students have some sort of accent in their hair, on their face or around their body.

Cece Giarman, Web Editor

March 23, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Filled with excitement and eagerness, Convent & Stuart Hall students boarded charter buses bound for Sacramento this morning to see the Stuart Hall Knights compete in the California Interscholastic Federation Division IV boys basketball state championship game. After their win last S...

Clubs aims to spread awareness

Clubs aims to spread awareness

Josephine Rozzelle, Sports Editor

March 22, 2018

Club members of Bring Change to Mind, or BC2M, met at lunch today to plan a presentation which they will present at Chapel later this spring focused on starting dialogue about mental illness. Convent’s chapter of BC2M is part of a larger non-profit by the same name whose mission is to end the stigma...

Muni begins release of new trains

A current model Muni train leaves from the West Portal station. Muni began transitioning out the older trains at the end of 2017, and will fully replace all the trains within 10 years.

Cece Giarman, Web Editor

March 22, 2018

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has started its largest renovation in over 30 years as it begins to gradually introduce a new fleet of low-maintenance trains to the public. The local community contributed ideas for the new vehicle developments in rider safety including improved brak...

Time out

Seniors on retreat listen to an introduction about the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito before going to observe the animals. The class stayed up past 11 p.m. for a circle sharing activity later that night.

Cassie Eskicioglu, Senior Reporter

March 22, 2018

The Junior Class retreat scheduled for Friday will be moved to a yet-to-be-determined date so all students and faculty can attend Stuart Hall High School’s varsity basketball state championship game, but the purpose for the retreat will remain the same — to take a break from school life. “The...

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