The Broadview

CES and SHB students march around in their costumes for the Halloween Parade

October 28, 2011

Isabelle Pinard Managing Editor The the annual CES and SHB Halloween parade entertained smiling parents on Friday Oct. 28 while grades kindergarteners through sixth graders marched around the Flood Mansion and down to the Syufy Court. ...

Students change eating habits, accomodate diet restrictions

April 8, 2011

Aggie Kruse Reporter When senior Charlotte Coover has dinner at a friend’s house, she forces herself to reject the typical pizza staple and settles for a salad instead. What appears to be a strict diet regimen is actually a compensation for gluten allergies, an intolerance of wheat and flour. C...

Dating teaches teens balance in life

NICOLE HVID | the broadview

April 8, 2011

Isabelle Pinard Reporter Students study for up coming tests in the Center during Breakfast Club while sophomore Katie Stableford glances at the unanswered message “where are you” on her cell phone screen as she waits for her boyfriend SHHS sophomore Connor McKeon to finish Jazz Band so that ...

Film industry sexist, lacks actor equality

February 17, 2011

Sara Kloepfer Managing Editor Millions of Americans every year tune into the Academy Awards an hour beforehand to watch the spectacle that is the Red Carpet. Whether oohing and ah-ing over gorgeous gowns or cringing at the fashion faux-pas, both viewers and the media obsess over what the female actor...

Spring musical explores dark themes

Senior Lauren Arnold, who plays Sally Bowles, rehearses

February 17, 2011

Ava Martinez Reporter Clothed in the flapper dresses and fedoras characteristic of the 1930s, the cast of “Cabaret” looks ready for a party — however, the spring musical explores more complex and somber issues than in past years. Set in World War II Berlin, “Cabaret” follows the stor...

SF Bay Area hosts sailing competition

February 17, 2011

Katy Hallowell Reporter The America’s Cup sailing competition that has been raced overseas for the past 18 years is reentering the United States in San Francisco in 2013 thanks to Oracle CEO Larry Ellison’s win with the BMW Oracle racing team who is the title’s current defender. Newport, ...

Girls are more vulnerable to concussions than boys

October 29, 2010

Liz Smith Asst. Sports Editor Although the NFL is taking measures to protect its football players against illegal hits that may lead to concussions, female athletes are not invincible to these same head injuries and may even be more likely to sustain them than males. Girls face more concuss...

‘Barefoot’ running catches on with new style of running ‘shoes’

October 29, 2010

When Tegla Loroupe finished fifth in the 10,000 meter Olympic race in 2000, she did it completely barefoot, following the barefoot running traditions of her native country Kenya. Loroupe went on to be the first African woman to win the New York City Marathon. The concept of barefoot running is being ...

Consequences of cell phone radiation factor into product sales with new bill

September 23, 2010

Claire Fahy Asst. Sports Editor San Francisco’s new law requiring cell phone radiation levels to be posted by retailers was signed in June, however the Cellular Telephone Industries Association is suing San Francisco in an attempt to block the law’s implementation, citing the legislation could le...

students with learning differences are not alone in their struggles

students with learning differences are not alone in their struggles

September 23, 2010

Emily Bloch Reporter Failure. Embarrassment. Weak. Stupid. Children with diagnosed learning differences often identify with these terms — however untrue — believing their different learning styles are inferior to those students who learn “traditionally.” Both traditional learners and those...

Kindle and iPad competition becomes fiercce

June 2, 2010

Ta Lynn Mitchell Reporter New technology is changing the way people interact with one another though texting and Facebook and now it is changing the way people read books with the release the iPad and the second generation Kindle. “I have been sharing the Kindle with a friend now for a year a...

Facebook changes traditional dating

February 11, 2010

Katy Hallowell Reporter "In a Relationship”: three words that can be shared by a Facebook user with hundreds of friends in a matter of seconds. The persona of dating is rapidly changing with the existence of social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace. They make starting, hiding, blatan...

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