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Prize Day adopts changes, enhances traditions

Prize Day adopts changes, enhances traditions

Neely Metz, Copy Editor

May 21, 2015


Filed under Breaking News, News

The 128th annual Prize Day ceremony took place in the chapel today to celebrate achievements throughout the academic year. “Prize day was beautiful,” sophomore Bella Kearney, who received an award in history, said. “The chapel created a more tight-knit community with all of us being in one area.” The...

Grads find comfort in Greek life: CSH graduates find comfort in small, all-female communities

May 28, 2013


Filed under Showcase

While most CSH graduates matriculate to coed universities, many still seek the familiarity of a small, all-female community. Greek organizations can offer that intimate environment within a larger setting — a good compromise for students searching for both. Sororities and fraternities are social orga...

Alumnae use service backgrounds in both military and civilian careers

Alumnae use service backgrounds in both military and civilian careers

February 15, 2013


Filed under Features, Showcase

As seniors weigh various factors like financial aid options or a suburban vs. an urban campus in their college decisions, a small few look for unique programs specializing in military service. Lenka Fejt (’97) and Juliana Rotter (’05) decided to pursue an education with a military focus. Fejt a...

CSH alumnae spread awareness of learning disabilities

December 23, 2012


Filed under Features, News, Showcase

Claire Fahy Editor-in-Chief The rain held off for two hours this afternoon, just long enough for the first San Francisco Eye-to-Eye Street Team to “Strike out Stigma,” and educate the public about learning differences. CSH alumnae handed out flyers and pamphlets with information on Eye-to-Eye, ...

Junior wins state pageant crown

Junior wins state pageant crown

September 28, 2012


Filed under Breaking News

Before this semester is over, Salina Kamara will not only have made it through half of her junior year academics, but will also have competed in the National Miss American Coed Pageant in Florida over Thanksgiving Break. Kamara said she was inspired to begin pageants when her neighbor, who participat...

Taking on the sea: A look into the CSH sailing program

Taking on the sea: A look into the CSH sailing program

September 28, 2012


Filed under Showcase, Sports & Fitness

As the sailors rigged their boats at the St. Francis Yacht Club, the sails tousled as they fought with the wind. The crisp smell of the San Francisco Bay was in the air as the Convent and Stuart Hall sailing team worked together to unroll and hoist the sails to get out on the water. The relatively ...

Southern-style food goes city

Southern-style food goes city

April 5, 2012


Filed under A & E

Alice Jones Reporter Southern comfort food is a rare find on the organic-slow-food West Coast, but San Francisco is lucky to have a handful of soul food places, and one happens to be not too far from Convent. Gussie’s Chicken and Waffles on Eddy and Fillmore is about a 15 minute walk, so you can work o...

Nourse Theater to be used by City Arts and Lectures

Nourse Theater to be used by City Arts and Lectures

March 14, 2012


Filed under Features

Alice Jones Reporter City Arts and Lectures founder Sydney Goldstein confidently walks through rows of wooden theater seats in the upper deck of the neglected and closed Nourse Auditorium. With passion in her voice and hope in her eyes, Goldstein talks about the stunning architecture and tries t...

Komen restores controversial funds

Komen restores controversial funds

March 13, 2012


Filed under News, Showcase

Elizabeth Smith News Editor The Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation — whom CSH has supported through its annual participation in Race for the Cure for the past 17 years — reversed its decision to fund Planned Parenthood following public outcry from the public, including Komen supporters and dono...

Senioritis should not bring grades down

March 13, 2012


Filed under Opinion

Rebecca Lee Editor-in-Chief Endless scrolling will be the death of me. There have been countless nights where I have found myself on Tumblr or Facebook, procrastinating on my homework even though in the back of my mind I know I still have work to complete. I’ve slowly began to put off finishi...

People favor international charities and forget local causes

March 13, 2012


Filed under Opinion

Staff Editorial At CSH, it is always a noble cause. Whether it’s earthquake relief for Haiti, tsunami relief for Japan, or a sister school in Uganda. We have countless bake sales, book drives, paid free dress days and other fundraisers to support international charities. Due to the international...

Restaurant featuring Asian-fusion food hits Pacific Heights

Restaurant featuring Asian-fusion food hits Pacific Heights

March 13, 2012


Filed under Features, Showcase

Alice Jones Reporter Bun Mee’s $7 price tag for a Vietnamese, street-style sandwich initially seems a little pricey, but its tasty menu items are worth every cent. With local meats and fresh bread, these sandwiches are perfect for a quick lunch or dinner. The eat-in or take-out restaurant is nam...

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