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Alumnae panel shares their college experiences

Alumnae panel shares their college experiences

Alyssa Alvarez, Sports Editor

January 4, 2016

Alumnae panelists shared their college experiences and advice with the CHS Student Body today in Syufy Theatre. College Counseling Director Rebecca Munda organized a panel including Lauren Baum ‘14, Sarah Niehaus ‘15, Sarah Selzer ‘15 and Marguerite Siboni ‘06. They answered prepared questi...

Team Female

Team Female

November 3, 2014

Team USA won its first Women’s Volleyball World Crown earlier this month, beating China in the final championship match 26-24. Not many people knew about the victory due to lack of coverage from the media. The sad reality is that if an all-girls high school like Convent doesn’t celebrate this accomplis...

Committing to the course

April 8, 2014

Dedication is something I have struggled with throughout my adolescent life. The term “commitment” always made me feel uneasy because I cherished freedom in the idea that a team wasn’t relying on me. Commitment stressed me out whether it was deciding on what dish to order in a restaurant to the monu...

Beach Blanket Babylon celebrates four decades of glitz and glamour

Beach Blanket Babylon celebrates four decades of glitz and glamour

April 8, 2014

Six foot dancing male poodles, Italian cooks holding meat- balls the size of shoe boxes and President Barack Obama rap- ping are among the whacky, satiri- cal acts crossing the stage at Club Fugazi seven times a week. The musical revue Beach Blan- ket Babylon is in its 40th year per- forming spoofs o...

Breaking boba: Trending addiction

Breaking boba:  Trending addiction

February 13, 2014

On any given afternoon people of all ages brave a line that begins outside the doors of bubble tea shops to purchase a cold, frothy drink filled with gummy “pearls” sitting on the bottom of a plastic chalice. Bubble tea stores popped up in the American market around 10 years ago, and have grown...

Thrift store benefits schools’ financial aid

Thrift store benefits schools’ financial aid

January 9, 2014

Nestled between designer boutiques and restaurants, Seconds To Go, a thrift shop on the corner of Fillmore and Clay streets owned by the Schools of the Sacred Heart, features a window display of gently-used items for the holiday seasons such as children's toys, clothing and jewelry.“Seconds To Go ...

Noël, Noël

Noël, Noël

January 9, 2014

The four-school community gathered in the Herbert Center last Friday for Noëls. Students sang Christmas carols divided by their grade level and language class. Songs were sung in French, Mandarin, Latin and Spanish. Noëls were originally sung in French as a gift to the Religious of the Sacred Heart...

Riders cycle indoors with candlelight, music

Riders cycle indoors with candlelight, music

November 7, 2013

Sarah Selzer Senior Reporter Unlike the typical gym where training equipment is spread out with each exerciser working at her own pace, women of all ages cycle together by candlelight to loud electronic music at SoulCycle spin classes. “I enjoy SoulCycle because it doesn’t feel like a hard o...

On the cutting edge

On the cutting edge

November 7, 2013

Sarah Selzer & Camilla Bykhovsky Two elementary school parents unable to find a haircut salon that made tweens and teens feel comfortable, have opened up a new shop in Pacific Heights that caters to younger customers. Prep, started by Heidi Odell (Owen, SHB and Vivian, CES) and Jen Reinhart (Greedon...

2-day music festival hits bay

2-day music festival hits bay

October 18, 2013

Taking advantage of what is historically the warmest and fog-free weather of the year, the 7th annual Treasure Island Music Festival will offer live music performances over-looking San Francisco’s skyline across the bay. The two-day festival has an extensive lineup, including electronic dancehall DJ ...

Minors restricted from buying certain over-the-counter drugs

Elizabeth Smith, News Editor

February 7, 2012

Teens under the age of 18 may get a surprise if they try to buy some over-the-counter medicines to relieve a nagging cough. The State of California banned sales of medicines containing an addictive chemical for minors as of Jan. 1. Dextromethorphan (DXM), a common chemical in these medications, can...

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