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December 14, 2010

Claire Fahy Asst. Sports Editor The Junior Classes of CSH and SHHS came together Nov. 22 to reflect on how to understand oneself and one’s connections through the Internet after watching a showing of “The Social Network,” a movie about the founding of the social networking site Facebook. The 6-year-o...

Unprecedented campaign draws to a close

Gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman speaks at a private fundraising event. Photo: ZOE NEWCOMB | the broadview

October 29, 2010

Zoë Newcomb Editor-in-Chief Announcements of candidacy for Governor of California over a year ago brought about the usual flurry of speculation and rumors. Now, with just a few days to go until the polling booths open, this gubernatorial race has proven itself to be anything but ordinary. Former eBay CEO...

Operation Smile Club plans funding for surgery

October 29, 2010

Katy Hallowell Reporter For the fourth year in a row, members of Operation Smile are planning to host a Smile Ball to raise awareness and money for children needing corrective surgeries. “Last year, we raised $8,000 from Smile Ball, providing 32 surgeries, so we have definitely seen the resu...

Convent graduate becomes substitute teacher

Groeger

October 29, 2010

Aggie Kruse Reporter Alumna Alison Groeger (’00) has returned to Convent 10 years and one doctorate in molecular pharmacology later — this time to teach rather than learn. “I love being involved in this community again,” Groeger said. “After graduate school, I wanted to get more int...

Bridge walk raises revenue, awareness for Ugandan school

Senior Kristy Harty-Connell folds Walk for Uganda T-shirts as CSH teachers put up a tent in the background. Around 30 students gathered at Crissy Field to participate in the third annual fundraiser despite inclement weather. ZOE NEWCOMB | the broadview

October 27, 2010

Mika Esquivel-Varela Reporter The four-school community came together for the Annual Walk for Uganda across the Golden Gate Bridge on Oct. 16 to raise money for the Sacred Heart Schools in Uganda. “Last year we raised $3,240 and this year we hope to raise even more,” Theology department chair Pa...

Alumna remembered in memorial Mass on campus

Ari Riodian walks down the risers in the Cortile after Prize Day in 2008 holding her Prize in Academic Diligence, diploma and Prize Day cards. Riorden was unable to attend classes most of her senior year but kept up on her school work and acheived Honor Roll. Photo: TRACY SENA | with permission

October 27, 2010

Sara Kloepfer Managing Editor Students, teachers, family and friends gathered in the Chapel Oct. 20 to celebrate the life of Ariana Riordan (’08) with a memorial Mass. Riordan, 20, died Oct. 3 due to complications from cystic fibrosis. Her lifelong battle with the disease kept her home from sch...

Fire forces students to confront loss of family and friends

Debra Cresci, right, hugs her neighbor, Steve Matisek, upon returning home to find her San Bruno, California home undamaged on Sunday, September 12, 2010, following the aftermath of a huge natural gas explosion last Thursday. (Gary Reyes/San Jose Mercury News/MCT)

September 23, 2010

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...

Cakes for a cause bakes for those in need

Cakes for a cause bakes for those in need

September 23, 2010

Katy Hallowell Reporter With meetings that coincide with international disasters and pleas for help throughout the city, Cakes for a Cause donates its time making baked goods for people and charities in need. Afternoons are spent in the Flood Mansion kitchen baking for various charities. Cakes for a Ca...

Walk raises money for Uganda sister school

Walk raises money for Uganda sister school

September 23, 2010

Isabelle Pinard Reporter Approximately 800,000 children in Uganda 6-12 do not attend school, and few teens have had formal schooling. Almost 1.5 million children work to help support their families, while 25,000 have been abducted or forced to serve in the armed rebel forces according to Helping ...

Parking around campus hard to find

Parking around campus hard to find

September 23, 2010

Ava Martinez & Anjali Shreatha Two-hour street parking and special school zones in Pacific Heights force those who drive to the Broadway campus to frequently run out of classrooms and offices muttering the usual, “I need to move my car!” “I would never remember to move my car every...

San Bruno explosion has detrimental effects

Flames billow in the hills above San Bruno, California, on Thursday, September 9, 2010. The flames have claimed at least a dozen homes and officials are unsure of the cause, although residents reported a loud explosion in the town just a few miles from San Francisco International Airport. (Karl Mondon/Contra Costa Times/MCT)

September 23, 2010

Zoe Newcomb Editor-in-Chief A deafening crack echoed through San Bruno on Sept. 9, turning the quiet Thursday evening into something out of an apocalyptic movie as flames consumed the Crestmoor Canyon neighborhood, killing at least four people, injuring dozens more and damaging hundreds of house...

Assembly celebrates Sacred Heart traditions, spirit

Student body officers Elena Dudum (left to right), Chloe Look, Angela Tam, Juliet Charnas, Katie Carlson, Shannon McInerny, India Pierce, Bridgette Hanely and Elizabeth Leighton perform a verison of Miley Cyrus's

August 30, 2010

Zoe Newcomb Editor-in-Chief Convent of the Sacred Heart and Stuart Hall High Schools gathered this morning in Syufy Theatre for an assembly highlighting what it means to be a part of the international network of Sacred Heart schools. Theology department chair Julia Arce began the assemb...

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