The Broadview

No resting with testing

Families and students wait in line for coronavirus testing outside of Flood on Broadway. Convent & Stuart Hall has offered testing for families, faculty and staff since September as students begin to resume in-person learning.

Gabrielle Guido, Web Editor

October 26, 2020

In anticipation of the possibility of returning to in-person learning in the next few weeks, senior Eloise Laluyaux made the drive to the signature white marble mansion for the first time since last spring to get a coronavirus test. “I think they were good about COVID precautions with all staff...

Athletic events, practices canceled

All athletic games and practices are canceled until March 22 as a precaution against COVID-19. The corona virus is transmitted through airborn droplets on surfaces and close body contact.

Mackenna Moslander and Clara Bonomi

March 10, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE  Parents received an email on March 9 from the school administration informing them that all school sports are canceled for the next two weeks due to COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus. The suspension of athletic activities is a precautionary measure to protect students, fa...

Silent Killer

College student Claire Chung shared images of a normal chest CT scan on the top compared to her CT scan showing inflamed lungs with damaged tissue on her Instagram account. Chung was hospitalized with a 104 degree fever and doctors said her lung tissue was destroyed from vaping.

Gray Timberlake, Editor-in-Chief

February 14, 2020

Nineteen-year-old Claire Chung posted a picture of herself in a hospital bed and a scan of her lungs on her Instagram warning friends to quit vaping. The posts blew up with thousands of likes and comments, proving the success of teen consultation. “Someone put the post on their story and I clicked...

Teens’ driving and riding choices are more than red light, green light decisions

Teens' driving and riding choices are more than red light, green light decisions

India Thieriot, Assistant Copy Editor

February 5, 2016

Sitting in the backseat of an acquaintance's car, junior Lillian Lachman said she began to wonder whether the driver was sober. After a couple minutes of swerving and nearly running red lights, she asked to be let out of the car and proceeded to call an Uber. Teenagers are faced with difficult decisions ...

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