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The Review

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

The Review

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

The Review

Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher takes a photo with politically engaged SJS students in the atrium.
Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher speaks to St. John's students
November 18, 2022
On Nov. 4, Lizzie Fletcher came to St. John's and spoke to students about her road to becoming a congresswoman.
This year, both Homecoming and Diwali took place on Oct. 24. For students like freshmen Eshna Das, this created a problem.
Homecoming conflicts with Diwali, creates tension in Hindu families
November 16, 2022
Like many freshmen, Eshna Das was excited to attend her first Homecoming. Yet when she went to check her calendar, she realized that Diwali took place on the same night.
On Nov. 8 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., students will have their final chance to vote in the 2022 midterm elections.
Students vote in midterm elections, spread political awareness
November 7, 2022
For the last few weeks, local Houstonians have begun to cast their ballots for the 2022 midterm elections, and many St. John’s seniors will have the chance to vote for the first time on election day, Nov. 8.
In October, Caven Fields renovations were completed.
Caven Field undergoes reconstruction, gets new turf
November 4, 2022
Last fall, maintenance decided that grass-covered Caven Field should be converted into a turf field. The renovations were completed in October.
Freshmen Dalia Sandberg, Emma Arnold, Maddie Garrou and Lee Monistere share their thoughts on Taylor Swifts album Midnights.
Putting the ‘Mid’ in ‘Midnights’: Taylor Swift’s latest is a mixed bag for dedicated fans
November 17, 2022
Freshmen Dalia Sandberg, Emma Arnold, Maddie Garrou and Lee Monistere share their thoughts on Taylor Swift's album Midnights.
Seniors Ava Steely and Jay Love prepare for the play during one of the dress rehearsals in the week leading up to the live performances.
Students prepare for fall play "Clue," to perform on Oct. 14 and 15
October 14, 2022
Set in 1954, this year’s fall play “Clue" is a comedic murder mystery and cult-classic full of heinous accusations, trap doors and murder weapons. Performances will take place on Oct. 14 and 15 in the Lowe Theater.
Sophomores Eli Hay and Skylar Gross prepare for the One Acts.
Students perform in annual One Acts production
October 6, 2022
Every year, the St. John's Fine Arts department hosts the One Acts, a student-led production of short skits, which premiered in the black box theater on the first weekend of October.
Gleaves surveys a game from the sidelines.
Gleaves retires after 31 years, leaves legacy of excellence
November 18, 2022
Last May, Coach Steve Gleaves retired after serving the School for 31 years. Freshmen Lee Monistere and Dalia Sandberg share the impact he left on the School's athletic program.
On Nov. 5, the Houston Astros won the World Series title for the second time ever, five years after their first.
World Series Champions: A look back on the Astros' postseason journey
November 9, 2022
On Nov. 5, the Houston Astros won the World Series title for the second time ever, five years after their first. Junior Lauren Baker recounts the Astros' postseason journey, from the ALDS to the World Series.
Senior running back Robert Riser evades the Falcons as he makes a dash for the end zone.
Kinkaid Week: Mavericks face the Falcons, lose 38-28
October 30, 2022
After a roller-coaster season capped by an electrifying week of school-spirited events and the Upper School pep rally, the Maverick football team headed to Rice Stadium to face the Falcons.
Sophomore Lucy Walker shares her thoughts on Surf Curses album Magic Hour.
Under Review: Magic Hour
November 29, 2022
Sophomore Lucy Walker shares her thoughts on Surf Curse's album Magic Hour.
Freshmen Katherine Johnson and Lulu Flores share their thoughts on Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.
Under Review - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
November 16, 2022
Almost twenty-eight years after serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s death, Netflix released Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. It became one of the most controversial series of 2022 in just a few weeks. 
Freshmen Dalia Sandberg and Emma Arnold share their thoughts on Crumbl Cookies.
Under Review: Crumbl Cookies
November 11, 2022
Freshmen Emma Arnold and Dalia Sandberg share their thoughts on Crumbl Cookies.
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The official student newspaper of St. John's School.
The official student newspaper of St. John's School.