The Broadview

Going the distance

TRIP'S END Theology teacher Kate McMichael walk up the Fillmore Street hill as part of her daily trip to school from her home in Fairfax. McMichael spends up to three hours commuting each day.

Mason Cooney, Copy Editor

November 1, 2018

Rising as early as 4:10 in the morning, theology teacher Kate McMichael begins her school day with a quick exercise session before catching a 6:30 bus into San Francisco for her hour and fifteen-minute commute. McMichael travels from Fairfax, in Marin County, as one of the many teachers who live outside the City ...

Wharf entices tourists, locals

Private boats flood the Marina at Pier 39. The West Yacht Harbor underwent renovations in 2010 and now provides guest docking.

Olivia Mohun, City Life Editor

March 22, 2018

Bustling with city visitors, street performers, food vendors and a variety of museums and stores, the waterfront’s Fisherman’s Wharf can easily furnish a fun afternoon for anyone, even the most naysaying native San Franciscan. At the epicenter of the district lies Pier 39, a wooden boardwalk boastin...

Fencing team emerges on point

Fencing team captain April Matsumoto thrusts her foil at an opponent. Matsumoto is preparing the team for the San Francisco AAA/ CIF High School All-City Championship.

Emily Kanellos, Reporter

April 5, 2017

The Convent & Stuart Hall fencing team plan to advance into an upcoming city-wide tournament after completing the regular season with a 7-1 record. “The team has shown a huge improvement throughout the season,” captain April Matsumoto said. “Every member has gotten stronger, and everyone suppo...

Fencers finish top in city, state

Fencers finish top in city, state

Darrean Loy, Reporter

May 17, 2016

Although half of the Convent and Stuart Hall fencing team were first-time competitors, it exceptionally wrapped up the season, winning the Fencing City Championship for the second consecutive year and having the only sophomore captain of any spring sport place first in the All-State Invitational. “It was e...

Lesser-known Lunar New Year celebrations commence

Two girls feed cabbage to a lion dancer from the Jing Mo Athletic Association during a performance at the Glen Park Public Library. The martial arts group performs lion dances at the library annually.

Halie Kim, Reporter

February 4, 2016

Most Americans return to work or school just days after Jan. 1, but for Asian cultures following the Lunar Calendar, New Year’s celebrations have not even begun. “We celebrate the New Year Jan. 1, but Lunar New Year is when we go all out,” Jane Lee, who teaches Korean language and culture at...

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