The Broadview

Sacred Heart students from New Orleans visit

Juniors Madeline Kling, Grace Raymond and Eva Fenasci, who attend Academy of the Sacred Heart in New Orleans, relax in Belvedere after school. the girls arrived on Saturday.

Laura Mogannam, In-House Media Editor

February 27, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE Four juniors from Academy of the Sacred Heart in New Orleans are visiting the community until Wednesday for a four-day exchange. The students — Madeline Kling, Chase McLanahan, Grace Raymond and Eva Fenasci — are staying separately with juniors Amelia Estes and Molly Brown and seniors Sa...

Guiding future sisters

Guiding future sisters

Cece Giarman and Mason Cooney

February 8, 2018

The number of women attending religious services has declined over the past few decades, but some women are still deciding to pursue religious life by remaining single and making life vows to a community and God. To offer accompaniment throughout this process, some religious sisters specialize as guides. ...

More than education, experience

Sacré Coeur Reidenburg students dissect pig eyeballs in the Biology classroom. The school offers the College Management and Service Industries program, a vocational program, as well as the standard schooling.

Gabriella Vulakh, Senior Reporter

February 8, 2018

After waking up at 6:30 a.m. in Bregenz, Austria, dressing in her uniform blue trousers, blue polo and sweater, and busing 15 minutes to Sacré Coeur Riedenburg, Lotta Moosbrugger arrives at her locker at 7:30, changes into slippers and joins 24 other girls in a ninth grade classroom to begin the school d...

Community celebrates annual tradition

Spanish teacher Mary Bicanic leads the high school Spanish classes in singing

Sophia Aeby and Arianna Nassiri

December 15, 2017

WEB EXCLUSIVE Convent & Stuart Hall celebrated the nearly century-old tradition Noëls in the Herbert Center with songs sung in four different languages — Latin, French, Spanish and Mandarin. Students, faculty, staff and parents were invited to take part in the tradition, while those who we...

SHCOG responds

Cassie Eskicioglu, Senior Reporter

December 14, 2017

Last month’s visiting team from the Sacred Heart Commission on Goals commended the student experience while recommending more time for planning, connecting among faculty and staff, and finding ways to incorporate the Goals and Criteria. “One overarching recommendation was to create more time to be w...

Self-study ends, review begins

Self-study ends, review begins

Laura Mogannam, Senior Reporter

November 2, 2017

Representatives from the Sacred Heart Commission on Goals arrive Saturday to visit Convent & Stuart Hall and review how well the school is living the Goals and Criteria of the Society of the Sacred Heart. Sacred Heart schools in the United States go through a five-year cycle consisting of two years of self study, a visit from ...

Studying abroad cultivates personal interests

Asha Khanna, Copy Editor

May 23, 2017

While some were swimming or tanning, junior Annabelle Leung spent four weeks last summer in Beijing, visiting historical sites like the Great Wall of China and Forbidden City and taking Mandarin classes to improve her fluency. “I adapted super quickly to being in China and away from home because I w...

Setting up for success

Setting up for success

Neely Metz, Features Editor

May 18, 2017

As President Trump wrapped up his highly anticipated first 100 days last month, seniors made their final deposits at their respective colleges, and began planning their academic future. While the Senior Class won’t be dismantling America’s health care system, implementing new policies or threatening...

Learning around the world

May 11, 2017

While most are planning to spend their summers vacationing, volunteering, working or with friends and family, a few members of the Convent community will embark on student exchanges throughout the Schools of the Sacred Heart Network and live with host families for extended stays this summer break. “I’m...

Former US Poet Laureate speaks to community

Former U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins reads a selection of his work at an evening event for the school community. Collins, famous for his simple poems with gentle critiques of everyday life, visited campus today.

Claire Kosewic, Web Editor

May 10, 2017

The school community heard a two-time United States Poet Laureate share his thoughts on men who wear snoods, lanyards, Irish spiders, the British and breakfast at a special assembly and evening reading today. Poet Billy Collins, dubbed “the most popular poet in America,” visited campus, reading several of his poems at a daytime assembly, answering questions from S...

Helping hands

Helping hands

India Theriot, News Editor

May 9, 2017

For seniors who were experiencing difficulty deciding between colleges, reaching out for direct help was as easy as sending a text or having a phone call with an alumna who was in the same position only a few years earlier. “Grace reached out to me a couple months ago when she was deciding between a ...

Five ways to fight ‘senioritis’

Five ways to fight 'senioritis'

Lisabelle Panossian, Editor-in-Chief

May 4, 2017

The Senior Class may possess lessened motivation to complete large-scale class projects or study for final exams as many colleges released decisions and the final semester of the school year comes to a close — a time when an issue many former and current high school seniors could identify with ari...

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