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

The Review

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

The Review

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

The Review

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

Richard Liang, Staff Writer 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

Aleena Gilani, Online Section Editor 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.
Drawn by freshman Lucy Walker, this illustration shows the Mandalorian facing Boba Fett.

Under Review: “The Mandalorian” vs “The Book of Boba Fett”

Louis Faillace, Staff Writer May 12, 2022
Sophomore Louis Faillace compares the first season of "The Book of Boba Fett" with the first season of "The Mandalorian."
Sophomore Abigail Hindman presents her original contraption at the science fair.

Students fare well at the Science and Engineering Fair of Houston

Elizabeth Hu, Online Section Editor May 11, 2022
On Feb. 26, six St. John's students competed in the Science and Engineering Fair of Houston.
This years onslaught of pollen has increased the severity of students allergy symptoms.

High oak allergen count leaves students feeling a-pollen

Lucy Walker, Online Section Editor May 4, 2022
This year’s spring has been filled with anticipation, excitement and also… pollen. 2022 has been especially problematic for those suffering from pollen allergies—according to Yale Medicine, patients have been reporting increasingly severe symptoms.
French students showcase their French-themed art. Left to right: Brandon Lozano holds his 3D project, Le Secret du Siècle des Lumières; Kacey Chapman displays her digital art entry as well as her acrylic painting; Isaí Melendez shows his color pencil work; Mia Hong displays her watercolor piece, La Reine des Céréales.

Photo Gallery: French Symposium

Dawson Chang and Ella Piper Claffy April 25, 2022
On April 2, SJS French students took home the gold at French Symposium.
Senior Ryan Kao hurls himself over the pole vault crossbar.

Video: Track and Field competes at Lamar High School

Annie Villa, Staff Writer April 12, 2022
On April 1, St. John's runners competed in a track meet at Lamar High School.
“Working for the Knife” is Mitski’s latest single in her new album, “Laurel Hell.” It’s the first song that she has released since she announced that she would quit the music scene in 2019.

How “Working for the Knife” is a cry for help: Mitski’s musical journey

Jennifer Liu, Staff Writer March 25, 2022
“Working for the Knife” is Mitski’s latest single in her new album, “Laurel Hell.” It’s the first song that she has released since she announced that she would quit the music scene in 2019. Freshman Jennifer Liu shares her thoughts.
The 2021 World Series was the second-lowest-viewed finale in MLB history. Baseball is a dying sport, but there’s still a chance to save it.

Past time for ‘America’s Pastime’: The MLB needs to play hardball

Richard Liang, Staff Writer March 24, 2022
The 2021 World Series was the second-lowest-viewed finale in MLB history. Baseball is a dying sport, but there’s still a chance to save it. Sophomore Richard Liang shares his solutions.
St. Johns community members volunteer for Democratic Congresswoman Lizzie Fletchers campaign.

Students engage in local political elections, volunteer for primaries

Arjun Maitra, Staff Writer March 23, 2022
The Texas primaries kicked off the nationwide midterm election season on March 1. Although early voting began on Feb. 14, several SJS students have volunteered for local candidates since Fall 2021.

Girls’ Soccer

Natalie Boquist, Staff Writer March 10, 2022

For her entire soccer career, Savi Augustine has played either defense or midfield. This year, as a senior, she switched to goalie.  When sophomore goalie Hailey King had to miss some practices and...

Swimming and Diving

Emma Chang, Staff Writer March 10, 2022

After sweeping the South Zone Championship on Jan. 29, the swimming and diving team had high hopes to place in SPC, which took place on Feb. 10. The boys succeeded in winning the championship, and the...

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