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The Review

The official student newspaper of St. John's School.

The Review

Seniors and freshmen cheer on their house teammates during the freshmen retreat relay race.
Freshmen retreat fosters a sense of community within Class Nine
September 30, 2022
The weekend before school began, the Class of 2026 embarked on a two-hour trip to Carolina Creek, where an amalgamation of house competitions, outdoor activities and bonding activities awaited them. 
Seniors Oliver Lin, Ananya Das and Harris Lee and Duncan McLaren (22) won the National Economics Challenge on June 6.
St. John's wins the National Economics Challenge
September 23, 2022
On June 6, St. John's narrowly won the National Economics Challenge. The four schools that competed in the finals were St. John’s, Phillips Exeter, Dana Hall and Mount Hebron.
In her house, Jennifer Bowen, SJS Admission Administrative Assistant, keeps a large collection of British royal family memorabilia. The left side shows coronation cups and plates from King Edward VIII, who abdicated in 1936.
Queen Elizabeth II passes at 96, SJS collector of royal family memorabilia reacts
September 20, 2022
On Sept. 8, Queen Elizabeth II of England passed at 96. SJS faculty member Jennifer Bowen, an avid collector of royal family items, was particularly struck by the news.
SAAG members and leadership pose after performing a Bollywood dance to a medley of popular South Asian songs including “Laal Ghaghra” and “Tamma Tamma Again.” The music was compiled by SAAG Vice President Afraaz Malick, and the dance was choreographed by Malick and Sophomore Representative Nadiya Naehr.
SAAG holds assembly, showcases South Asian culture
April 19, 2022
On March 21, the Upper School gathered in Lowe Theater for the South Asian Affinity Group assembly and caught a glimpse of South Asian multicultural diversity.
The Maverick football team bursts through the banner, ready to compete and dominate the field.
Photo Gallery: Mavs dominate the field and beat Lutheran South Academy, 49-7
October 2, 2022

 

The Maverick football team bursts through the banner, ready to compete and dominate the field.
Photo Gallery: Mavs dominate the field and beat Lutheran South Academy, 49-7
October 2, 2022

 

“The preseason gives us a chance to bring the new kids into the program, allow them to meet people and then make sure that we’re in shape and ready to go,” said Kevin Veltri, head coach of the football program.
Preseason gives fall sports a head start
September 27, 2022
Every summer before the start of the school year, each fall sport meets to train for the upcoming season. Freshmen Nathan Kim and Pierce Downey give a brief recap of what each sport did for their preseason training last summer.
The Mavs celebrate another win at the second away game of the season and fill the air with shouts of emotion. As they come together in celebration, their passion echoes from the field to the crowd.
Photo Gallery: Mavs win against Second Baptist, 49-21
September 23, 2022
The lights were bright and the spirits high on Sept. 16 when the Maverick football team defeated Second Baptist by 28 points. The passion and vigor the players left on that field carried into the crowd and into the shouts of their victory.
Under Review: Summer 2022 Movies
Under Review: Summer 2022 Movies
September 12, 2022
Sophomore Turner Edwards shares his thoughts on three films that released last summer: “Thor: Love and Thunder," "Nope" and "Top Gun: Maverick."
Sophomore Richard Liang shares his thoughts on how banning Russian tennis players from competing is ineffective towards stopping the war in Ukraine.
Russian tennis players: stop banning them from competitions; it won't help stop the war in Ukraine
May 23, 2022
Sophomore Richard Liang shares his thoughts on how banning Russian tennis players from competing is ineffective towards stopping the war in Ukraine.
Freshman Aleena Gilani shares her thoughts on how European nations are treating Ukrainian refugees far better than they are treating Muslim refugees.
An Issue of Racism and Islamophobia: how Europe cares more for Ukrainian refugees than for Muslim refugees
May 22, 2022
Freshman Aleena Gilani shares her thoughts on how European nations are treating Ukrainian refugees far better than they are treating Muslim refugees.
Junior Gabriella Saadia edits the Club Hub page in the Plaza.
New Club Hub website showcases over a hundred student clubs
October 4, 2022
After a year of work, junior Gabriella Saadia and Assistant Dean of Students Lori Fryman released Club Hub, a new website that displays the over 100 student-clubs at SJS.
Seniors Frances Moriniere and Lily Price cheer for the SJS Spirit Club.
Photo Gallery: Club Fair 2022
September 19, 2022
On Sept. 1 and 2, Club Fair was held on the Great Lawn.
Breakfast Club: The Review tries biscuit sandwiches from six fast food chains around St. Johns
Breakfast Club: The Review tries biscuit sandwiches from six fast food chains around St. John's
September 15, 2022
In today's special video, The Review's staff attempts to determine which fast food restaurant offers the best breakfast sandwich.
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The official student newspaper of St. John's School.
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