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Skin color comes in all tones

Skin color comes in all tones

Asha Khanna, Editor-in-Chief

February 8, 2018

Just like most teeenagers, I like to wear, buy and try new makeup. But the simple daily ritual is easily ruined everytime I walk into the drugstore or Sephora. It has come to the point where I just laugh when I see brands that carry five or six foundations, and all of them are light — except fo...

Publication recognizes student cartoonists in national contest

“InVESTing in Our Futures” by senior Lizzie Bruce was awarded runner up in the competition. Bruce, a junior at the time, submitted her cartoon separately from the sophomores.

Mason Cooney and Josephine Rozzelle

January 19, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE While randomly searching her name on Google, junior Cece Giarman stumbled upon her name in the New York Times 2016 Editorial Cartoon Contest, realizing she was one of four Convent students who placed in the competition. Last year’s Sophomore Class entered the competition as part of...

Spill the tea

Spill the tea

Olivia Mohun, City Life Editor

January 15, 2018

Throughout time, tea has been a common staple in society, drawing connections between divergent cultures across the globe. A hotbed for coffeehouses and juice bars, San Francisco also offers dozens of local hubs for tea fanatics to satisfy their cravings. Located in the heart of Golden Gate Park bes...

All hands in

Team co-captain Josephine Rozzelle shakes hands with her opponent from the Urban School. Before each match, the captains from both teams announce each player who shakes the opposing teams hands as well as the hands of both coaches.

Cece Giarman, Web Editor

December 14, 2017

Before every regatta, junior Camilla Sigmund joins her rowing team in a pre-race ritual, taking three deep breaths and passing a handshake from one team member to the next along the side of the boat. Rituals, the different actions completed around a meaningful event, not only have practical results o...

Finding common ground

Finding common ground

Asha Khanna, Editor-in-Chief

December 14, 2017

Endorsing political candidates with histories of sexual assault allegations has apparently become a pattern. At least nine women have publicly accused Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore of Alabama of sexually assaulting them, most cases occurring when the victims were minors. Disregarding the...

Christmas in the City

The Union Square Christmas tree, sponsored by Macy's, is decorated with over 700 ornaments and 43,000 LED lights. The official tree lighting took place on Nov. 24, and the tree will remain up into the new year.

Olivia Mohun, City Life Editor

December 14, 2017

Home to hundreds of stores meeting most holiday shopping needs and a host of dining options from upscale restaurants to grab-and-go cafés, Downtown San Francisco offers an array of attractions. The downtown area is divided into multiple neighborhoods including Union Square, Market Street, and the ...

Mission offers rich culture, community

Mission Dolores Park is best known for picnics and and tanning on sunny days. Mission Dolores Park is located between Church and Dolores streets.

Claire Devereux, Features Editor

November 2, 2017

The Mission district is one of the Bay Area’s most thriving neighborhoods, filled with music, murals, food and an abundance of retail opportunities. The Mission stays true to its Hispanic history with a plethora of taquerias lining the district’s blocks. For old-school Mission-style Mexican food, head to award-w...

Induction ceremony for NHS moves to fall

New inductees Olivia Mohun, Josephine Rozzelle, Lizzie Bruce and Angela Chao light their candles, signifying their NHS membership. NHS members shared inductees' achievements through short speeches.

Mary Perez, Senior Reporter

November 2, 2017

The National Honor Society inducted a select group of juniors and seniors last Friday, moving the traditionally spring ceremony to the fall. “NHS has always been a spring thing where sophomores, juniors and seniors are all allowed to apply,” math teacher Jordan Lewis, who was part of the student se...

Climate change calls for international response

Climate change calls for international response

Editorial Board

September 28, 2017

Communities ripped apart by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma can focus on little but immediate recovery efforts, but climate scientists see the devastating storms as ominous warning signs of what is to come as global warming increasingly threatens the planet. While climate change is not directly linked ...

Home (not so) sweet home

Home (not so) sweet home

Asha Khanna, Editor-in-Chief

September 28, 2017

My biggest worry the two weeks before Senior Year began was cramming in my summer reading. My dad’s — just over 30 years ago — was immigrating to America. A year prior to moving, his parents, brother and he filed their immigration request forms, adding their names to the infinitely long waiting list ...

Natural disasters affect Network schools

Natural disasters affect Network schools

Cece Giarman and Asha Khanna

September 28, 2017

While Convent & Stuart Hall come to the end of their the month of school, students from across the country at the Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart of Houston and Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart in Miami face a completely different mid-September checkpoint. As the first major hurricane...

Ethics inspire veganism

Ethics inspire veganism

Mason Cooney and Laura Mogannam

March 9, 2017

Dominating Instagram feeds, headlines and recipes, San Franciscans are increasingly embracing veganism for a more ethically, environmentally, healthy or religiously-conscious lifestyle. “You're completely changing your diet and everything you're used to, so it’s hard,” sophomore Emmy Sobol, who has ...

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