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Students perform French comedy for fall play

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Julia-Rose Kibben, Design Editor

November 21, 2013

Julia-Rose Kibben Reporter Tartuffe, a French comedy by Moliére, will be performed by a coed cast this evening at 7 p.m. in the Syufy Theatre. The production has a punk rock influence, which is incorporated into the hair styles, makeup, color scheme and music. "It starts with Lady Gaga," stage manager Natalie...

Riders cycle indoors with candlelight, music

Riders cycle indoors with candlelight, music

November 7, 2013

Sarah Selzer Senior Reporter Unlike the typical gym where training equipment is spread out with each exerciser working at her own pace, women of all ages cycle together by candlelight to loud electronic music at SoulCycle spin classes. “I enjoy SoulCycle because it doesn’t feel like a hard o...

I’d give an arm and a leg for a wing

I’d give an arm and a leg for a wing

November 7, 2013

Alice Jones Food Columnist I don't even like chicken wings, but Hot Sauce and Panko on Clement Street and 17th Avenue has changed my opinion.The menu offers a variety of astounding flavors and incredible seasonings that make gnawing on a chicken bone worthwhile. If I had to choose one of my favorites, Chri...

Bay Area vendors, products take over Treasure Island the last weekend of every month

 CES alumna Nina Huynh (‘10) browses in one of the walk-in store trailers Too Self Boutique at the monthly Treasure Island Flea, always held on the last weekend of the month. The island is accessible by car and Muni.

November 7, 2013

Hanae Nakajima Sports Editor Tents and colorful fashion trucks set up next to one another selling clothing, accessories, and foods for adults, kids and pets on the west side of Treasure Island during the last weekend of every month for the Treasure Island Flea. “The flea is kind of a mix...

2-day music festival hits bay

2-day music festival hits bay

October 18, 2013

Taking advantage of what is historically the warmest and fog-free weather of the year, the 7th annual Treasure Island Music Festival will offer live music performances over-looking San Francisco’s skyline across the bay. The two-day festival has an extensive lineup, including electronic dancehall DJ ...

Testing your options

Testing your options

October 10, 2013

Alice Jones Managing Editor During her summer job with a lot of free time as a receptionist, senior Niamh Fitzsimons sat with pencil in hand and an SAT book open to the practice sections, skimming the dense strategy information and focusing on more difficult math problems and the critical reading ...

Students walk to raise money for sister schools in Uganda

Students walk to raise money for sister schools in Uganda

October 10, 2013

The annual Walk for Uganda across the Golden Gate Bridge on Oct. 19 will raise money to provide scholarships, fencing to protect of student and teacher housing, and eco-sanitation at Sacred Heart schools near Masaka, Uganda. Fundraisers at U.S. Net- work schools, like Walk for Uganda, have provided re- s...

Teachers learn to balance time with their children and profession

Madeleine Ainslie/The Broadview Rachel McIntire chats with fellow new mother Rebecca Munda during her visit to school with her daughter last week. Baby Isla’s first visit to school attracted a slew of potential sitters.

October 10, 2013

Ashley Latham & Camilla Bykhovsky Ten babies have been born to faculty members over the last three years, and two more on the way. Among the chaos of raising a young child, parents of infants and toddlers must find time to grade papers and write lessons while also caring for their young children. Some teachers are finding they must sacrifice personal time to meet the demands...

Rising sophomores to visit Costa Rica in January

Chaperones answer parent questions at the Costa Rica information meeting in the Chapel. All rising sophomores from CSH and SHHS will participate in the eight-day trip.

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

May 29, 2013

Liana Lum Reporter Convent and Stuart Hall’s first immersion, service-focused trip to Costa Rica has been announced for January 2014 for the entire rising Sophomore Class of both CSH and SHHS. "Our school has engaged in global service and immersion for years, though often for a limited number o...

Transitioning students must use courage to move on

May 28, 2013

All the movies we watched this year in Theology 4 shared a common thread: the idea of courage. Through “An Education,” we saw the courage of choosing adventure over prudence, the courage of admitting when wrong and the courage of starting over. “Step into Water,” a surfing documentary, showed...

Firm redesigning spaces

Firm redesigning spaces

May 28, 2013

Classrooms and communal spaces in both CSH and CES are being reimagined with the help of an educational design firm conducting focus groups with students and teachers. A team of architects and designers from Third Teacher Plus observed how students use spaces in the Flood Mansion and Grant House....

Fillmore has a new taste

The charred pork rib are a tender and filling side at Glaze Teriyaki Bar.

May 28, 2013

Alice Jones Food Columnist Seattle-style teriyaki has made its way to the Bay Area and moved to the corner of Fillmore and Polk streets. Swinging its doors open late last month, Glaze was met with hoards of hungry local dental students and high schoolers eager to get a taste of the Korean spice...

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