The Review

Evan Hammerman

Evan Hammerman

June 15, 2018

Evan Hammerman will attend Chapman University.

Kate Habich

Kate Habich

June 15, 2018

Kate Habich will attend Wellesley College.

Schuyler Gustafson

Schuyler Gustafson

June 15, 2018

Schuyler Gustafson will attend Rice University.

Mia Guien

Mia Guien

June 15, 2018

Mia Guien will attend Rice University.

SJS reimagined: New holiday traditions

SJS reimagined: New holiday traditions

Amelie Perrier, Siena Zerr, and Clara Brotzen-Smith

December 18, 2017

The design staff redesigned SJS with whimsical holiday elements in this series of images.

BTS: The making of the Kinkaid Video

BTS: The making of the Kinkaid Video

Will McKone, Video Staff

November 29, 2017

Meryl Thomas and Trip George discuss the making of the Kinkaid Video in this behind-the-scenes feature.

Mayor Turner speaks to students about Harvey, mayorship in SPEC event

Mayor Turner speaks to students about Harvey, mayorship in SPEC event

Lily McCullough, Staff Writer

November 28, 2017

Student Political Education Club leaders invited Mayor Sylvester Turner to speak to students. Mayor Turner discussed Hurricane Harvey, his background, and his mayoral campaigns.

Mapped: Hurricane Harvey special issue

Mapped: Hurricane Harvey special issue

November 17, 2017

The Review's Hurricane Harvey special issue is mapped in this interactive infographic.

Deliverance: How a father-son duo decided to brave Harvey’s waters

Dani Yan, Executive Editor of Assignments

November 17, 2017

Yuko Mori-Akiyama stood in her one-story Meyerland house with flood waters rising to her hip and a panicking 40-pound dog in her arms. Akiyama first noticed the rapidly increasing water level in front of her house on South Rice Avenue at 3 a.m on Aug. 27. Her sons, Yo (’16) and Taichi, were in T...

Division to Unity: My neighbor, the bomber

Gracie Blue, Publisher

November 17, 2017

Police cars lined Albans Street when senior Katie Friedman arrived home from a sleepover on Aug. 20. Officers were investigating the home of Andrew Schenck, which is two doors down from Friedman’s. Unbeknownst to her, the 25-year-old Schenck had been arrested after allegedly trying to plant a bomb at a Con...

Task force assembles to aid athletic trainer

Gracie Blue, Publisher

November 17, 2017

Athletic Trainer Mike Kleinstub has devoted his life to taking care of others, but after his Braeswood home sustained significant flood damage, a crew of nearly 100 volunteers seized the chance to lend a gloved hand to the athletic trainer who has always been there to take care of them.       ...

Sophomore injures knee saving classmate’s dog

Sophie Caldwell, Assignments Editor

November 16, 2017

Junior Lauren Harpold’s father shook her awake at 4:30 a.m. Water was streaming into their house, and they needed to evacuate immediately. Harpold, a junior, lives in Braes Heights, one of the hardest-hit neighborhoods during Harvey. Her house is next to Brays Bayou, which quickly overflowed dur...

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