The Review

What a Fool Believes: Wickedness or Weakness-The duality of “DAMN.”

Interscope Records

John Kennedy, Music columnist

May 12, 2017

Music columnist John Kennedy reviews Kendrick Lamar's new album "DAMN.," which includes the hits "HUMBLE." and "DNA."

Alumni artwork featured in “Creative Visions” exhibition

Sophie Gillard, Staff Writer

May 1, 2017

Curated by Dan Havel, “Creative Visions Beyond the Storied Cloisters" features alumni artists including photographer Claire Dorfman ('14) and designers Preston Boyer ('13) and Bach Mai ('07).

Pulitzer finalist Evan Mintz (’04) visits the Review

Pulitzer finalist Evan Mintz ('04) visits the Review

Jack Shea and Alex Tinkham

April 26, 2017

Former Review writer Evan Mintz was recently named a Pulitzer Prize Finalist. He visited the Review on April 12 to share his experiences. Video included.

Latin teacher Mindy Wolfrom leaves her mark

Besides teaching Latin and Ancient Greek, Mindy Wolfrom has also advised the Junior Classical League (JCL) as well as Latin and Greek Club. She will teach at the Taipei American School next fall.

Sophia Lima, Staff Writer

April 25, 2017

Mindy Wolfrom, who teaches four levels of Latin and Greek in the Upper School, will be moving across the world to teach at the Taipei American School starting next fall.

Looking Up: Earth Day and An Antidote to Despair

Looking Up: Earth Day and An Antidote to Despair

Aileen Zhang, Columnist

April 21, 2017

Senior Aileen Zhang discusses the importance of appreciating science in the current political climate. Don't forget about the March for Science this Earth Day, April, 22!

ISAS Spotlight: From gouache to clay, visual artists try new mediums

Sophomore Morgan Self, left, presents her series of large acrylic paintings.

Mia Fares

April 20, 2017

Visual artists had the chance to showcase their work and explore new mediums at the 50th anniversary of the ISAS Arts Festival.

Fashion double standards displace culture

Who wore it better?

Amy Liu, Online Editor-in-Chief

April 20, 2017

Cultural appropriation is very real in the beauty and fashion industries, and it needs to stop.

Banana Blender band legacy lives on

Members of Banana Bender Surprise lounge next to their brown Suburban, the Brown Chariot. Band members included (from left to right): Jason Barker ('89), Allen Hill, Conrad Choucroun ('94), David Beebe and Gerard Choucroun ('89).

Izzy Andrews, Staff Writer

April 19, 2017

Hear some of the greatest hits from the Houston band Banana Blender Surprise. Three of the five members are St. John's alumni.

ISAS Spotlight: “Eurydice” moves audiences

From left: Eurydice (Frances Hellums) and Orpheus (Gray Watson) share a loving moment.

Amy Liu and Mia Fares

April 13, 2017

A modern twist on an ancient Greek myth, "Eurydice" will premiere in the Black Box Theater on April 13.

Quiz: Which iconic St. John’s cafeteria food are you?

Quiz: Which iconic St. John's cafeteria food are you?

Natasha Faruqui and Sophia Lima

April 12, 2017

Take this test to find out which tasty food item you would be!

ISAS Spotlight: Musician Parker Guinn

ISAS Spotlight: Musician Parker Guinn

Amy Liu and Mia Fares

April 8, 2017

Visual arts and theater groups attended the ISAS Arts Festival April 6-8. Read about highlights and interesting artists.

New Upper School counselor applies psychology experience to student concerns

Fleck has worked with Shape of Behavior, a series of clinics that treat children with autism spectrum disorder and associated development delays.

Andrew Duong and Sophia Lima

April 7, 2017

Dr. Shawn Fleck joined St. John's after Upper School counselor Kelli McCarty took maternity leave in March.

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