The Broadview

Some Sigg bottle liners still contain BPAs

September 23, 2009

Isabelle Pinard Reporter Chemistry teacher Christina Cinti leaves the lab room quickly, grabing her Sigg bottle before she walks out the door with her tennis team and unaware the inner liner of her water bottle can seep a hormone-disrupting chemical known as BPA into her water. Many people turned t...

Concert in the park brings summer in the city to a close at Outside Lands

September 23, 2009

Sara Kloepfer A&E Editor Meghan Helms Asst. A&E Editor Hands and heads bob back and forth in unison as thousands of excited fans swayed to the music at the second annual Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in Golden Gate Park the last weekend of August. A celebration of the people, ar...

Teenage spenders throw money down the drain

Teenage spenders throw money down the drain

September 23, 2009

Jovel Quierolo Managing Editor Junior Juliana Wetmore tears open an envelope from the Pacific Service Credit Union every month revealing a statement for the debit and checking account she opened for her summer earnings. She glances over how much she spent, checks the balance and tosses it into the...

Teens try to balance savings and spending

Teens try to balance savings and spending

September 23, 2009

Sara Kloepfer A & E Editor The bell rings, signifying not only lunch period but the mad rush of students racing to Fillmore Street to purchase their food. Junior Bridgette Hanley remains in the Center, taking out her brown paper bag. “If you buy from the lunch line it’s usually $8 and j...

Constant texting may lead to future hand problems in teens

September 23, 2009

Anjali Shrestha Feature Editor The familiar generic ringtone went off and junior Monica Rodriguez reached into her pocket and within 10 seconds answered her recent texts. Rodriguez averages 80 texts a day. “I text my friends about different things during the day and random occurrences,” said Rod...

Network exchange program globally connects SH schools

Network exchange program globally connects SH schools

April 3, 2009

Jovel Quierolo Sacred Heart Editor If every student at CSH spoke fluent Spanish, the school would look, sound and feel like Colegio Sagrado Corazon (Sacred Heart High School) in Mexico City, Mexico. “[The school] is surprisingly just like ours,” said junior Caitie Sullivan, who recently returned...

Young woman journeys to recovery from bulimia

April 3, 2009

Lauren Jung Editor-in-Chief Everything was perfect. Macee Bates had friends to hang out with, a good job at a local restaurant and a boyfriend she loved. But it all came crashing down one day and life was never the same. “All on one day I lost my job and found out my boyfriend cheated on me,...

Employee in printing office appreciates work

Employee in printing office appreciates work

February 6, 2009

Zoë Newcomb Features Editor Aida Flores-Hemelberg spends her days making photocopies in a tiny room in the basement. She smiles as she explains her job, saying it may seem dull but it is much more than just managing paper. Flores-Hemelberg began working on the Broadway campus in 1976 as a...

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