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After the first round of March Madness, Puckett’s bracket was tied for fourth place in the ESPN Bracket Challenge, a March Madness contest with over 14.5 million brackets.

Alumnus receives year of free Chipotle for March Madness bracket

Wilson Bailey, Staff Writer April 15, 2021
After the first round of March Madness, Puckett’s bracket was tied for fourth place in the ESPN Bracket Challenge, a March Madness contest with over 14.5 million brackets.
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Sondheim’s “Into the Woods” brought to Lowe stage

Mia Hong, Lillian Poag, and Yasmin Stein April 7, 2021
"Into the Woods" seemed like the perfect musical to perform amid a pandemic: small cast and minimal choreography. Little did Director Jamie Stires-Hardin know how complicated staging a musical during a pandemic would turn out to be.
Video: Swimming and Diving compete in SPC South Zone Championships

Video: Swimming and Diving compete in SPC South Zone Championships

Fareen Dhuka, Online Editor-in-Chief February 11, 2021
On Saturday, Feb. 6, boys' swimming won the SPC South Zone Championship and the girls' team took runner-up. Many competitors broke previous records during this meet, the season's last.
Gwace & Fween Vlogs: Team Day

Gwace & Fween Vlogs: Team Day

Fareen Dhuka and Grace Randall February 1, 2021
Editors-in-Chief Grace Randall and Fareen Dhuka take you around the Quad for a first-hand experience of this past Friday's spirit theme: Team Day.
Maierson Melodies: Top songs of 2020

Maierson Melodies: Top songs of 2020

Bailey Maierson, Design Editor January 26, 2021
Senior Bailey Maierson takes us into the playlist that got her through 2020. Listen along as you read about the parts of each piece and artist choices that resonated with her most.
Video: Houston's holiday lights (2020)

Video: Houston’s holiday lights (2020)

Fareen Dhuka, Laney Chang, Ashley Yen, and Megan Chang December 14, 2020
The Review Online takes you through the holiday lights set up around Houston.
The Minimal Maximum: Productively procrastinating

The Minimal Maximum: Productively procrastinating

Max Stith, Staff Writer December 8, 2020
The Minimal Maximum is The Review Online’s new cartoon series created by junior Max Stith that will humorously highlight student life on campus.
This year, advisories chose between filling a laundry basket with staples such as flour, rice and toilet paper for a family at Small Steps Nurturing Center or buying items off of an Amazon wishlist for a family at the Ronald McDonald House. 

Advisories donate holiday gifts to Small Steps Nurturing Center, Ronald McDonald House

Natalie Boquist and Lydia Gafford December 8, 2020
This year, Community Service is partnering with Small Steps Nurturing Center and the Ronald McDonald House. 
Video: Girls' soccer defeats Houston Christian 5-2

Video: Girls’ soccer defeats Houston Christian 5-2

Bailey Maierson, Design Editor December 7, 2020
On Friday, Dec. 4, Girls' soccer celebrated Senior Night with a 5-2 win against Houston Christian.
To produce some of the plays, actors filmed their individual performances from home, and the videos will be arranged on the screen, similar to a Zoom call.

Johnnycake hosts first-ever Student Playwriting Festival

Abigail Hindman and Ella Piper Claffy November 18, 2020
Johnnycake and fine arts directors decided to hold the first-ever Student Playwriting Festival this year.
Pod on the Quad: Class Acts, Episode 1

Pod on the Quad: Class Acts, Episode 1

Ella West, Assignments Editor November 3, 2020
Now that new students and teachers alike have adjusted to life at St. John’s, Assignments Editor Ella West sat down to meet new teachers. This episode includes Computer Science & Engineering teacher Matthew Bounds, history teacher Derrick Angermeier, and English teachers Sorrel Westbrook-Wilson and Dorian Rolston. 
Lower School administrators pose together in their Dr. Seuss-themed outfits.

Students prepare for Halloween with safety precautions, inventive ideas

Ellie Monday, Staff Writer October 31, 2020
This year, Halloween falls on the Saturday of Daylight Savings Time for an extra hour of festivities, and it's the first Halloween with a blue moon since 1944. Yet only 22% of St. John's students are celebrating, according to poll data from the Review Online.
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