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Think before you ink: Spontaneous decisions can lead to regret and expensive, painful removal procedures

Think before you ink: Spontaneous decisions can lead to regret and expensive, painful removal procedures

May 28, 2013

Junior Camille Bolli-Thompson says she is planning on getting a professional tattoo of a leukemia ribbon this summer, having been diagnosed with the disease in August of 2007, but is now in remission. “I have wanted to get a tattoo since I was 10 because I thought they were a cool thing to get,” B...

Dean position to not be filled: Rachel Simpson transitions to head; school moves to collaborative administration

Dean position to not be filled: Rachel Simpson transitions to head; school moves to collaborative administration

May 28, 2013

Madison Riehle Senior Reporter The position of dean will not be filled in the coming school year when Dean Rachel Simpson transitions to head of school, as CSH is moving to a more collaborative form of administration. The decision to not replace the dean is based on the desire to maintain the relatio...

College admits should choose schools on academics, not parties

College admits should choose schools on academics, not parties

May 28, 2013

Staff Editorial After the tiring college search is over, all the letters have been sent, tears shed and congratulations given, arguably the most stressful part of the process begins — making a decision. Students pore over long lists of reasons complete with detailed statistics on graduation rates...

Goodbye, Ms. Swamp: English department chair retires after 45 years in the classroom

Goodbye, Ms. Swamp: English department chair retires after 45 years in the classroom

May 28, 2013

Rebecca Siegel Design Editor Amidst music from the soundtrack of the latest film depiction of “The Great Gatsby” and begrudging seniors chatting just a few feet away, retiring English teacher Karen Randall reflected on 45 years in the classroom Randall started her teaching career in the early 1...

Grads find comfort in Greek life: CSH graduates find comfort in small, all-female communities

May 28, 2013

While most CSH graduates matriculate to coed universities, many still seek the familiarity of a small, all-female community. Greek organizations can offer that intimate environment within a larger setting — a good compromise for students searching for both. Sororities and fraternities are social orga...

Shot of ‘success’: web videos uncover party scene of college

Shot of 'success': web videos uncover party scene of college

May 28, 2013

Ashley Latham Reporter The “other side” of college is now being portrayed in a series non-school related web videos featuring campus views, alcohol, marijuana and scantily-clad girls. I’m Shmacked and College Culture videos are centered around major collegiate events like football games and holidays such as Halloween and ...

MOMA photography exhibit defines ‘boomer’ generation

SAN FRANCISCO MUSEUM OF MODERN ART | with permission

May 2, 2013

Rebecca Siegel Design Editor Urban street photography can offer a unique, unbiased window into the daily lives of city inhabitants as well as poignant commentary on the cultural and political shifts that occur in every decade. Garry Winogrand, a world-renowned photojournalist and street photographer, captur...

Hoping for change in wake of Boston bombings

Hoping for change in wake of Boston bombings

April 19, 2013

Claire Fahy Editor-in-chief BOSTON — It all plays out on CNN like an extremely well-written episode of “Criminal Minds.” As I sit here in Boston Logan Airport — returning home from an aborted college visit — I’m in the thick of the drama stemming from the Boston Marathon bombings, in which...

Roam no farther: New burger joint opens on Fillmore

February 15, 2013

Alice Jones Food Columnist There’s a new burger on the block. With Johnny Rockets’ closure earlier this year, a new burger joint has opened across the street on Fillmore. Roam is concocting innovative recipes and combining wonderful flavors, bringing the burger up to a new level. My devotio...

School improves security technology

Raptor security technology was implemented on the Boradway campus to heighten school security. Signs posted on the front door alert visitos that they are required to scan their California ID. JEWEL DEVORA | The Broadview

February 15, 2013

Tatiana Gutierrez Senior Reporter Even before the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn. and the Midland City, Ala. school bus shooting and hostage situation, Schools of the Sacred Heart has been reviewing and implementing a new system of screening and identifying visitors on campus. “As a dean, safety is a primary concern, so knowledge that our campus i...

Heading in new direction: Interviews begin for new head of school

Freshman Julia Praeger, juniors Francesca Dana, Alyssa Viscio and senior Gina Domergue (left to right), interview a candidate for head of school. Four candidates were interviewed over the course of the month.

February 15, 2013

Madison Riehle Senior Reporter An advisory group made up of students from each grade has been meeting over pizza during the past month with the four final candidates applying for the head of school. “I’d like to see somebody who respects the traditions we have in place, but who is also ...

Cafeteria makes changes to menu

Sophomore Rebecca Stapleton serves herself oatmeal — a new self-serve option in the cafeteria — before her first period class. Students can also get a pancake breakfast on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

February 15, 2013

Jaime Hum-Nishikado Reporter Recent changes in items sold by the school cafeteria have students wondering why their favorite baked goods and bottled water are now unavailable for purchase. Pastries were removed from the cafeteria due to their refined starches and high sugar count with the prospect of introducing a new bakery section, which woul...

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