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Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

November 3, 2014

Liana Lum News Editor Tracking her daily expenses from Tully’s Coffee runs to clothing purchases into an Excel spreadsheet, senior Alexandra Wood emails her monthly spendings to her mother, who checks the records before giving Wood the next month’s allowance. “I learned about the impor...

Universities scrutinized for sexual assault policies

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May 27, 2014

The day the federal government released a list of 55 colleges and universities under investigation for failing to respond to sexual assault on campus coincided with the deadline for seniors to formally accept offers of admissions from colleges and put down deposits, surprising many new enrollees that thei...

Universities scrutinized for sexual assault policies

May 27, 2014

Madeleine Ainslie Design Editor The day the federal government released a list of 55 colleges and universities under investigation for failing to respond to sexual assault on campus coincided with the deadline for seniors to formally accept offers of admissions from colleges and put down deposit...

It’s hard to say goodbye

October 18, 2013

We hadn’t even started to say goodbye and I was already in tears. “It’s not like I’m dying,” my brother Danny said. “I’m always a phone call away.” We were standing at our rental car at the base of Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Ind. After three days of orientation and preparing t...

Testing your options

Testing your options

October 10, 2013

Alice Jones Managing Editor During her summer job with a lot of free time as a receptionist, senior Niamh Fitzsimons sat with pencil in hand and an SAT book open to the practice sections, skimming the dense strategy information and focusing on more difficult math problems and the critical reading ...

Transitioning students must use courage to move on

May 28, 2013

All the movies we watched this year in Theology 4 shared a common thread: the idea of courage. Through “An Education,” we saw the courage of choosing adventure over prudence, the courage of admitting when wrong and the courage of starting over. “Step into Water,” a surfing documentary, showed...

College admits should choose schools on academics, not parties

College admits should choose schools on academics, not parties

May 28, 2013

Staff Editorial After the tiring college search is over, all the letters have been sent, tears shed and congratulations given, arguably the most stressful part of the process begins — making a decision. Students pore over long lists of reasons complete with detailed statistics on graduation rates...

SHHS seniors weigh service academy and military options in college decisions

Madeleine Ainslie | The Broadview

February 15, 2013

While most seniors are await¬ing letters of decision from their top choice colleges, some are looking towards future careers in the military through ap¬plication to service academies and campus training programs. “The Naval Academy was very interesting to me because you’re able to start your c...

Proposed scholarship to help middle class

Source: http://www.bankrate.com ELIZABETH BURKETT | The Broadview

March 13, 2012

Sophia Redfern Reporter The Middle Class Scholarship, proposed by California House Speaker John A. Pérez, if passed will allow more students to attend college without loans hanging over them after graduation. Students whose family incomes are less than $150,000 and who do not already have f...

Seniors consider options to finance college

June 1, 2010

Although senior Daisy Chung says she wants to study business at the University of California, Berkeley where she was accepted despite a 73.4 percent rejection rate, she will not be attending due to the financial climate. “I plan on going to the University of San Francisco (USF) for two years, and th...

Athletics can improve academics

Athletics can improve academics

March 31, 2010

Ta Lynn Mitchell Reporter Research suggests actively participating in extracurricular sports can have lasting effects on the girls as they develop and continue throughout life, and they are more likely to experience academic success and graduate from high school than those who do not play sports. ...

Going to college strengthens pride for hometown teams

February 10, 2010

Looking back on my 12 years of living in San Francisco, I have come to realize that I have not always been a dedicated San Franciscan. Although I love San Francisco as a city, sports-wise I’m not as loyal. I am a rabid the Golden State Warriors, but because most of my family lives in New York, I’d...

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