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The APEC summit in 2011 which convened in the Leaders Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii. This years theme for the conference is Creating a Resilient and Sustainable Future for All.

APEC meeting in San Francisco

Grace Warner, Reporter November 14, 2023

The APEC meeting, or Asian Pacific Economic Corperation Summit is set to meet from November 15th to November 17th which include notable guests such as United States President Joe Biden, and Chinese President...

Rodrigo performing “Driver’s License” at the Grammys Awards in 2022. Rodrigo won Best New Artist, Pop Solo Performance and Pop Vocal Album.

Olivia spills her ‘Guts’

Annabel Roubinowitz, Managing Editor November 2, 2023

Olivia Rodrigo released her second studio album ‘Guts’ this September, a melodramatic, pop-rock collection of soft ballads and rock singles, across all music platforms. In its first week, ‘Guts’...

This year students took the 2023 Fall PSAT digitally in contrast to the previous years being on paper. Students take this test during the school hours in designated testing rooms on both campuses.

Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test day is out of the way

Fiona Kenny, Sports Editor October 11, 2023

Today, the school day consisted of students grades ninth through eleventh taking the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT), as well as class meetings with various guest speakers. The PSAT is a practice...

Fleet Week in 2014, as the Blue Angels fly by the Golden Gate Bridge. Fleet Week has been a tradition in San Francisco since 1981.

Fleet Week is upon us

Ashley Hanover and Elsie Scott October 5, 2023

San Francisco Fleet Week is an annual public event that honors the contributions of the men and women of the armed forces. Fleet week is an annual tradition unique to San Francisco, beginning this week. “I’m...

Sinkhole on Union and Green St. interrupted Pacific Heights traffic. Sinkholes occur when water washes away the soil residue and weakens the road above.

San Francisco pipe burst causes street collapse

Elsie Scott, City Life Editor September 12, 2023

Pacific Heights street collapses due to massive pipe outburst on Monday, Sep 11. The large rupture of this 75 year old pipe of Union and Green street caused many delays in Pacific Heights, as it caused...

Governor Gavin Newsom effectively lifted the mask mandate beginning today. All educational facilities, however, still must require facial coverings indoors.

Statewide mask mandate lifted

Amelia Froyd-Kamrath, Senior Reporter February 17, 2022

Between Super Bowl Sunday and upcoming ski week break, California is lifting the state-wide mask mandate effective today, Feb. 17.  The lifting of the mandate was announced by California Governor Gavin...

‘A More Humane Approach’

January 5, 2022

Most cities throughout the country deploy local police departments to respond to mental health emergencies. This was also true in San Francisco until recently, when the city became one of the first to...

Red meat caught red handed

Madeline Thiara, Copy Editor October 6, 2021

While grabbing a burger at Shake Shack or substituting pesto sauce for bolognese at Italian Homemade may not seem like it would have a greater impact, the real cost of these decisions may be detrimental...

The Weeknd preforms at the 2018 Outside Lands. After a long break due to COVID-19, the Outside Lands Festival is set to take place this 2021 Halloween weekend in Golden Gate Park.

Outside Lands this halloweekend

Keira Blattberg, Senior Reporter October 4, 2021

Following the postponement of the 2020 Outside Lands summer festival, the event will take place during the 2021 Halloween weekend, Oct. 29-31.  In order to enter the festival, attendees must provide...

Junior Isabella Mercado moves her car during the passing period of her day. Students and faculty without a parking permit must move their vehicle every two hours.

Permitting parking

Kassie DeJean, Senior Reporter October 4, 2021

Residential parking permits, San Francisco’s strict street cleaning schedules and parklets are added pieces of the San Francisco parking puzzle. With students and faculty commuting from around the The...

Sophomore Claire Abel waters her plant in her living room. To keep plants alive, water is added to help with photosynthesis and the movement of nutrients in the soil.

Indoor plant growing

Elizabeth Klimek, Reporter October 4, 2021

On a sunny day, light streaming through a window landing on a thriving plant can soften the space of a home. With the different varieties of flowering plants, ivy, and succulents, growing greenery can...

Junior Sofia Karti works on classwork on the app Notability. Students were administered iPads with predownloaded apps for note-taking.

Technology helps students note taking

Paige Retajczyk, Sports Editor October 4, 2021

Starting this year, Convent & Stuart Hall students carry school-issued iPads and the Logitech Crayon in addition to any devices they bring in themselves.    Though most students already...

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