The Broadview

One of the traditions that the sophomore’s partake in during Costa Rica is to jump off the Nauyaca waterfalls. After jumping, students sit by the pools and connect with each other.

Costa Rica run-through

Charlotte Morris, Art Editor January 22, 2024

This past week, my sophomore class and I got to experience the annual trip to Costa Rica. When I started at Convent, I looked forward to this trip and had so many expectations for how it would turn out....

Reflect on something that someone has done for you that has made you happy or thankful in a surprising way. How has this gratitude affected or motivated you?

Ada Linde, Editor-in-Chief October 10, 2023

At 7, swimming was just something my best friend was doing. So I copied her — I remember running through the red-carpeted halls of the Olympic Club, dipping our toes just slightly into the chilly, chlorinated...

What is your prediction for the next biggest fashion trend and why? What is your current favorite trend?

Ada Linde, Editor-in-Chief September 20, 2023

My current favorite trend is chunky jewelry. Especially charm necklaces and bracelets. I’ve been working on boosting my chunky jewelry collection recently — I love stuff from Martha Calvo, SEQUIN,...

What do you think of the seniors’ Main Hall privilege?

Ada Linde, Editor-in-Chief September 18, 2023

  The Main Hall is a space that I cherish because it encourages community and productivity — either depending on the time of day. Though I understand the desire for a professional, serene entry...

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...

Beloved censorship

‘Beloved’ censorship

December 14, 2021

IB English seniors recently finished reading Beloved by Toni Morrison, a 1987 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel set after the Civil War which follows the struggles that freed slaves faced throughout their lives....

Sex is personal, sex-ed should be too

October 12, 2021

The absence of sex education in high school goes virtually unnoticed due to the array of information available to students from classes, clubs, online resources and personal relationships that render it...

Large turnout of burnout

Large turnout of burnout

October 4, 2021

Countless studies have proven that high school students are immensely more stressed than they developmentally should be. Not only do many have to manage classes and the homework that comes along with them,...

Abortion law prompts national uproar

Abortion law prompts national uproar

Tala El Qadah, Web Editor October 4, 2021

America has always claimed to be “the land of the free” for men, women and minorities but recently, the country hasn’t lived up to this. The Texas government began to enforce the “heartbeat...

Becoming crystal clear

Olivia Rounsaville, Editor-in-Chief October 4, 2021

Scrolling through Instagram or TikTok, there is a good chance of coming across a video preaching the benefits of various crystals, moonwater, or copper energy rings.  At first it intrigued me — the...

Destigmatizing therapy

Mackenna Moslander, Editor-in-Chief October 4, 2021

High school is like a trial period to be adults. We start dealing with the time management and emotional maturity that comes with dealing with real life issues. In school, we manage expectations, difficult...

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