The Broadview

When the going gets tough

When the going gets tough

January 22, 2016

Conference to convene alumni/ae

Conference attendees brainstorm ways to reach out to young alumnae and alumni through social media. Facebook was a means of contact that garnered the most support.

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter

November 5, 2015

Graduates of the four schools congregated in the Gallery last Thursday to discuss volunteer opportunities for the upcoming Associated Alumnae and Alumni of the Sacred Heart conference. San Francisco is the next host of the biennial 2017 AASH national conference, with a theme of “Journey of the Heart: A Global Vis...

Getting a leg up

Getting a leg up

Fiona Mittelstaedt & Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporters

October 1, 2015

Following the lead of other teams in Bay Counties League West and Central leagues, Convent has hired an athletic trainer who will assess injuries and work to help girls get off the bench. “You definitely need an athletic trainer, especially in high school sports,” JV vol- leyball ...

Tracy Sena

Tracy Sena, Adviser

August 24, 2015

Asha Khanna

August 24, 2015

‘Hislish’ class searches for solutions to selected oppressions

Charlotte Cobb, Reporter

May 1, 2015

The Sophomore Class will use Finals Week to present capstone projects as a culminating activity in the Responses to Oppression course, the combined English and history “Hislish” class. Each project will include a TED Talk-style presentation to classmates, faculty and invited guests as well a research...

Students travel to Mexico for service trip

Alyssa Alvarez, Sports Editor

April 8, 2015

Convent of the Sacred Heart and Stuart Hall students and faculty, joined by a group from Duchesne Academy from Omaha, participated in the Mexico Service Immersion Trip over Spring Break, where they provided service and assistance to impoverished families. Students stayed in a compound with their host ...

‘At the Table’ performance highlights civil rights movement

Ayinde Russell, At the Table with Dr. King performer explains how Martin Luther King was inspired to write his

January 13, 2015

Sarah Selzer Sports Editor As the Herbert Center Gym filled with seventh to 12th grade students, teachers and administrators, the multi-media assembly program At the Table with Dr. King tuned pianos and set up props in preparation for the Freedom Power assembly earlier this afternoon.= While emb...

Old reservoir marked for park

Cow Hollow resident Udo, who declined to give his last name, walks up Larkin street to get a view of the bay. The Reservoir on Larkin street will be renovated within the next three years and the new park opens in 2018.

Fiona Mittelstaedt and Asha Khanna

December 12, 2014

A long-abandoned reservoir with overgrown grass and graffiti on its walls will be transformed into a 4-acre urban playground due to the efforts of Russian Hill residents. Built in the 1860s, the Francisco Reservoir between Larkin and Bay streets was a main source of water for San Francisco, and resid...

Home, sweet home

Crowds mill around at the opening of the gingerbread house at the Fairmont Hotel on Nov. 29. The Fairmont Hotel has a donation box to collect money to support LLS.

Grace Ainslie and Claire Kosewic

December 12, 2014

Claire Kosewic & Grace Ainslie Life-sized gingerbread houses aren’t just found in fairy tales. The lobby of The Fairmont San Francisco is adorned with a 22-foot tall, walk-through gingerbread house every holiday season. “People base the time they come because this is going to be up,...

All ‘heel’ the Queen

The bones in the foot are restricted in the heel, which causes the center of balance to shift forward and up. This can cause knee complications along with discomfort in the arch of the foot.

Kendra Harvey, Managing Editor

November 3, 2014

Cinderella lost her shoe as she fled the ball, possibly because wearing heels made it impossible for her to run due to the pain in her feet, illustrating even princesses-to-be can experience negative effects in their feet when they wear heels. Although popular for footwear, wearing heels can negatively af...

In the 3rd most expensive city in the U.S., housing demand outstrips supply

Rachel Fung/The Broadview

November 3, 2014

Most San Francisco residents agree, The City an expensive place to live. Housing options are confined to the seven square miles, and with an increasing housing market and an influx of Silicon Valley “techies,” young adults like Emma Fahy (’09) are experiencing the high cost of rentals as housing prices continue to r...

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