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Students walk to raise money for sister schools in Uganda

Students walk to raise money for sister schools in Uganda

October 10, 2013

The annual Walk for Uganda across the Golden Gate Bridge on Oct. 19 will raise money to provide scholarships, fencing to protect of student and teacher housing, and eco-sanitation at Sacred Heart schools near Masaka, Uganda. Fundraisers at U.S. Net- work schools, like Walk for Uganda, have provided re- s...

Childhood lesson loses value

March 28, 2013

Elizabeth Smith Editor-in-Chief Like most large metropolitan areas, San Francisco is a melting pot of different cultures, nationalities and religions. Most native San Franciscans learn tolerance and acceptance along with their ABCs in preschool, but recently those levels of tolerance and acceptance h...

Roam no farther: New burger joint opens on Fillmore

February 15, 2013

Alice Jones Food Columnist There’s a new burger on the block. With Johnny Rockets’ closure earlier this year, a new burger joint has opened across the street on Fillmore. Roam is concocting innovative recipes and combining wonderful flavors, bringing the burger up to a new level. My devotio...

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...

‘Dutch Mona Lisa’ visits San Francisco

'Dutch Mona Lisa' visits San Francisco

February 14, 2013

Rebecca Siegel Design Editor Despite arriving only a half hour after the De Young Museum opened on Saturday morning, patrons were already waiting in long lines to view the special traveling exhibition, “Girl with a Pearl Earring: Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis.” The collection trave...

Grill keeps old San Francisco alive

ALICE JONES | The Broadview The Dungeness crab cakes are a popular starter, covered in Panko bread crumbs and garnished with roasted sun dried tomatoes.

December 11, 2012

Alice Jones Food Columnist Walking down the 200 block of California Street, it’s hard to miss the glowing, red-neon Tadich’s Grill sign — and once you catch a whiff of the wafting aroma of seafood and cheese sauces, you will let yourself into the timeless restaurant. Tadich’s menu is from a simpler time, filled with classic seafood an...

San Francisco opens first Target store downtown

San Francisco opens first Target store downtown

December 11, 2012

Despite San Francisco’s reputation of being resistant to the neighborhood placement of big box retail stores, posters for the city’s first Target cover buses and billboards across town, advertising the new mall anchor follow- ing the Metreon renovation. “I’ve been to Target once so far, and...

A new twist on sushi

September 28, 2012

Alice Jones Food Columnist “Wow. That’s a whole lot of sushi." My eyes went wide as I peeled back the compostable wrap to see a large sushi roll in the form of a burrito, the love child of Japanese and Mexican cuisine. Sushiritto founder Peter Yen was working in downtown San Francisco when he h...

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

Two Convent sailors race to the finish line during a exculsive competition before the America’s Cup in the Marina. Convent and Stuart Hall sailed in the exhibition on Aug. 21. Jewel Devora | the broadview

September 28, 2012

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 ...

Freshmen and seniors participate in big sister little sister meet and greet

August 21, 2012

Jewel Devora Web Editor As a part of Convent's Freshman Success program, Senior Class members were paired with freshmen. The seniors or "big sisters" mentor and guide freshmen as they navigate their first year of high school. During the meet and greet on Aug. 20, seniors gave candy gifts to their...

Local icon turns 75

SOPHIA REDFERN | The Broadview

May 26, 2012

Madison Riehle Reporter When the Golden Gate Bridge opened on May 27, 1937, locals walked across the span, celebrating the first non-ferry connection between San Francisco and Marin counties. Fifty years later, over 750,000 celebrants surged onto the bridge, causing the crowd to gridlock. This weekend’s celebration of the 75th anniversary of the opening of the Gold...

Hunger prevalent amongst S.F. kids

 Source: San Francisco Food Bank

May 25, 2012

Claire Fahy Sports Editor It isn’t just the children in UNICEF ads who aren’t getting the proper food and nutrition they need to survive due to lack of resources. Twenty-five percent of San Francisco’s own children go hungry every day. “People don’t immediately think of kids as facing this problem,” Lisa Mizokami, Marketing and Communications Manager at the San ...

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