The Broadview

Junior Shana Ong receives her first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine on the Broadway campus. Convent & Stuart Hall began facilitating COVID-19 vaccinations on campus through Mission Wellness to individuals 16 years and older on April 23 and 12 years and older on May 14.

California Dreamin’

Vaccinations, low coronavirus rates, begin a return to normalcy
Ella Noblin, Reporter May 21, 2021

Californians are feeling a renewed sense of optimism with expanded vaccine eligibility, San Francisco moving into the Yellow Tier, the CDC relaxing mask guidelines, and California Gov. Gavin Newsom announcing...

California residents face challenges presented by both wildfires and COVID-19.

Double trouble

Wildfire smoke produces additional complications to COVID-19
Olivia Rounsaville, Senior Reporter September 24, 2020

Wildfire smoke, which can be harmful to the lungs, can also intensify a person’s reaction to COVID-19 as it irritates the lungs and damages the immune system which can make a person more susceptible...

Protection for all: California no longer requires prescriptions for certain birth control methods

Protection for all: California no longer requires prescriptions for certain birth control methods

Lisabelle Panossian, Web & Social Media Editor April 11, 2016

Women of all ages in California will be one pharmaceutical visit away from obtaining any form of non-surgically inserted birth control. The new legislation will require women of no minimum age to visit...

Governor Jerry Brown considers changing the legal age for smoking

Governor Jerry Brown considers changing the legal age for smoking

Cigarette legislation is a signature away from becoming law.
Kristina Cary, Managing Editor March 20, 2016

The California Senate passed a bill over Thursday that will raise the legal smoking age from 18 to 21 that will now go to Gov. Jerry Brown, who could veto it or allow it to pass with or without a signature...

Juniors Olivia Hoekendijk and Bella Kearney eat lunch together in the Belvedere overlooking the soaked city. Rain collected and flooded in the balcony area outside the window.

Rain, rain, don’t go away

Near flooding approaches the Flood Mansion, Siboni.
Julia-Rose Kibben, Design Editor January 5, 2016

Standing at the Siboni windows, students and teachers watched sheets of water skate down the Webster hill. Rain fell throughout the morning, but during F Period, it began to pour.   “I did hear...

 Sophomore Clara Vilar participates in a Responses to Oppression class on her first day attending classes as part of an exchange program from Barcelona, Spain. Vilar will stay in San Francisco for three weeks before returning to Spain.

School welcomes exchange student from Barcelona, Spain

Exchange student from Sagrado Corazon travelled approximately 5,944 miles and is experiencing a new way of life.
Kristina Cary, Managing Editor October 5, 2015

A sophomore will be visiting classes for three weeks as part of an exchange program from Sagrado Corazón, the Sacred Heart school in Barcelona, Spain. “Some things are different from Spain, but...

Senior Paige Dunlevy shows off her gold-medal from the International Sailing Federation Team-Racing World Championships. Dunlevy acted as replacement for a team member who was not eligible to compete.

Seniors sails into success

Over a decade of adjusting the boom leads to the big leagues.
Julia-Rose Kibben, Design Editor October 1, 2015

Despite 12 years of sailing experience, senior Paige Dunlevy had never team-raced or sailed in a Firefly boat until two days before she competed in The 2015 International Sailing Federation Team-Racing...

Pilar Ballestreros-Cordero takes the witness stand as Pocahontas, supporting the side of the Europeans, while Judge Rachael Denny and Bailiff Michael Stafford look on. The European side lost the trial today, but were able to cut damages almost in half, and were only required to pay $9 trillion of the $18 trillion requested of them.

Sophomores conduct mock trial at Superior Court of California

Students posed as Native Americans and Europeans as they defended and prosecuted their own side of the case.
Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter September 16, 2015

The sophomore Responses to Oppression ‘Hislish’ class traveled to the Civil Division of the Superior Court of California yesterday and today to hold mock trials, in which the Native Americans sued...

Sophomore Jemima Scott shows sophomore Emma Blaza the area the Hiking Club will hike. The club plans on hiking near Sutro Baths.

Hiking club plans its first trek

The first scheduled hike will be local and small-scale to establish a bond between members.
Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter September 10, 2015

The newly formed Hiking Club will be hosting its first hike this Sunday at Lands End. “We wanted to stay local and do a short hike for our first excursion, so we picked Lands End,” Co-Head Gabby...

Overthrow the reign of drought

Overthrow the reign of drought

February 28, 2014

STAFF EDITORIAL Many Bay Area residents awoke to the pounding of rain against their windows last Thursday morning. Four days of sporadic showers had many crying “miracle” after one of the driest...

McGahey

Exchange builds community

May 26, 2012

Elizabeth Smith News Editor After hosting a student from the Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart, sophomore Paige Biderman decided to reciprocate and make the journey to Omaha, Neb. as a part...

Minors restricted from buying certain over-the-counter drugs

Elizabeth Smith, News Editor February 7, 2012

Teens under the age of 18 may get a surprise if they try to buy some over-the-counter medicines to relieve a nagging cough. The State of California banned sales of medicines containing an addictive chemical...

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