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LavaMaeˣ upholds standard of care

LavaMaeˣ upholds standard of care

Service organization practices radical hospitality
Darcy Jubb, City Life Editor January 5, 2022

The nonprofit organization, LavaMaeˣ, brings showers, toilets, and other health services to people experiencing homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles.  The organization functions...

Stuart Hall Head of School Tony Farrell examines his arm after giving blood at the Sept. 2 Vitalant blood drive. The Whole blood donations process takes roughly 1 hour, according to the American Red Cross.

Pine & Octavia campus hosts blood drive

Students, faculty donate blood
Makenna Kramer, Features Editor September 2, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE | Many faculty members and eligible students participated in a blood drive held by Vitalant Blood Donation on the Pine & Octavia campus on Thursday.  Hosted in the Dungeon, the drive...

Junior Audrey Pinard, her sister Isabelle Pinard (CSH ‘12) and mother Jocelyn Pinard help pack 18,000 pounds of grocery bags to be distributed around the city. Volunteers filled bags with pork loin, beef patties, potatoes, carrots, cucumbers, celery, pears, apples, yogurt and rice.

Pandemic increases need for food banks

Food banks use safer methods to distribute food
Nina Gutierrez and Darcy Jubb February 21, 2021

As the country shifts in and out of various levels of lockdown, certainty is rare, especially economic certainty as workers who thought they had stable jobs suddenly do not have one. Food banks have become...

Junior Audrey Pinard smiles with her friends at the National Charity League with the Institute
of Aging’s “Cable Car Caroling.” This year’s caroling was canceled due to rain.

Caroling declines in popularity

Few participate in tradition
December 12, 2019

While Christmas movies and advertisements often portray groups bundled up in hats and scarves walking through the snow singing carols at people’s doorsteps, very few still choose to participate in this...

Sophomores Mackenna Moslander and Will Burns speak about their service at the all school chapel held in the gym. The focus was honoring the feast of Sacred Heart sister Philippine Duchesne.

Community honors saint, service

Adele Fratesi, Reporter November 15, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Both high school divisions gathered on the Pine/Octavia campus in the gym for a chapel service celebrating the Feast of St. Philippine Duchesne, who opened the first Sacred Heart school in...

Service immersion experience seeks volunteers

Service immersion experience seeks volunteers

Neely Metz, Copy Editor December 2, 2015

Service Learning Director Ray O’Connor sent an email about the New Orleans Service Immersion Trip to both high schools this afternoon. “It’s a really great opportunity for students to help out...

Chaperones answer parent questions at the Costa Rica information meeting in the Chapel. All rising sophomores from CSH and SHHS will participate in the eight-day trip.

Rising sophomores to visit Costa Rica in January

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief May 29, 2013

Liana Lum Reporter Convent and Stuart Hall’s first immersion, service-focused trip to Costa Rica has been announced for January 2014 for the entire rising Sophomore Class of both CSH and SHHS. "Our...

Students should participate in community service events

September 23, 2010

After a long week of classes and sports, it can be hard to climb out of bed on a weekend and and drag oneself to do more work. Once a year a groups from Convent and Stuart Hall gather at the beaches...

Rosary remembers Katrina 5 years later

Rosary remembers Katrina 5 years later

September 23, 2010

Zoë Newcomb & Sara Kloepfer Peering through the broken glass of the double doors in her backyard, Charlotte Svenson saw for the first time the insides of her childhood home destroyed. Svenson’s...

Network students to serve communities this summer

May 21, 2009

Susie Lee Reporter Although summer is often associated with vacations, over 170 Sacred Heart students from around the United States are packing their bags to serve people in various poor, marginalized...

Service should begin locally

September 19, 2008

Lauren Jung Editor-in-Chief As the back-to-school hype dies down, the ever-crowded calendar of the typical high school students is filled with classes, college application deadlines, homework and tests....

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