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Pod on the Quad: The Pannill Panel

Pod on the Quad: The Pannill Panel

Sophia Kontos, Online Editor-in-Chief

January 2, 2019

This special edition of Pod on the Quad features a discussion between the Pannill sisters: Congresswoman-elect Lizzie Pannill Fletcher ('93), New York Times bestselling author Katherine Center ('90) and SJS French teacher Shelley Stein ('88).

Behind the Scenes: Kinkaid Week

Behind the Scenes: Kinkaid Week

Jack Shea and Thomas Hunt

November 1, 2018

Go behind the scenes of Kinkaid Week decorating with video crew.

Students explore culture, traditions at Greek Fest

Hosted by the Annunciation Orthodox church, the 52nd annual Greek Fest featured student dancers.

Afraaz Malick, Staff Writer

October 12, 2018

Greek students danced at Greek Fest from Oct. 4-7, exploring and sharing their culture.

Pod on the Quad: New Teachers

In the first edition of Impact, sophomore Ella West sits down with Vail Kohnert-Yount.

Sophia Kontos, Online Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2018

Online Editor-in-Chief Sophia Kontos sat down with new teachers Emily Estes and Neha Mathur to talk about their experiences at SJS.

Make Up Your Mind: River Whyless’ “Kindness, A Rebel”

River Whyless' 2018 album

Sophia Kontos, Online Editor-in-Chief

September 27, 2018

Whyless Rivers' 2018 album "Kindness, A Rebel" features foot-tapping instrumentals and poignant lyrics.

Pod on the Quad: SAC 2018-19 Roundtable

Pod on the Quad: SAC 2018-19 Roundtable

Sophia Kontos, Online Editor-in-Chief

May 24, 2018

Pod on the Quad is the Review’s podcast that covers happenings around school. Sophia Kontos is the host, editor and producer of the series. The logo was designed by Amélie Perrier and Siena Zerr. With the seniors graduating tonight at Commencement, we officially leave the 2017-18 school year behind. Luckily, we have great things to look forward to next school year! In this spirit, I sat down with next year's SAC leaders: Head Prefect Juliette Draper, Class 11 President Mia ...

Students explore French, food at Culinary Institute Lenôtre

Students tour the hallways of the Culinary Institute Lenôtre and peer into pastry, ice cream and meat

Noura Jabir, Copy Editor

April 23, 2018

French II students explored the inner workings of a culinary institute and practiced their French on a field trip to Lenôtre Culinary Institute.

Pod on the Quad: Road to Winter SPC

In the first edition of Impact, sophomore Ella West sits down with Vail Kohnert-Yount.

Eloise Reasoner and Sophia Kontos

February 15, 2018

Winter sports teams have spent all season preparing for SPC. The conference will take place starting Feb 15.

First International Fair encourages students to explore countries

Junior Caitlin Ellithorpe puts a henna design on a student's hand at the India booth.

Ryan Chang, Assistant Online Editor

January 30, 2018

International fair, organized by International Club, was on Jan. 24 during the Assembly period. Students created posters, which included fun facts and trivia, about different countries. Many students also displayed artifacts and served traditional cuisine from their respective nations.

“Almost, Maine” explores love with series of vignettes

Senior Ben Cohen and junior Ashley Kim perform one vignette from

Abigail Poag, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018

Performed on Jan. 25 and 26 in the Black Box Theater, “Almost, Maine” follows the people of Almost, a small town in northern Maine, as they navigate the joys and challenges of love on a single winter’s night.

Pod on the Quad: Almost, Maine

Pod on the Quad: Almost, Maine

Sophia Kontos, Online Section Editor

January 24, 2018

On the first-ever segment of the Review's new podcast, Pod on the Quad, hear from performers in the upcoming Black Box production of Almost, Maine.

Class Act: Physics teacher Ryan DePuit

Ryan DePuit switched to teaching physics after being a researcher for Dow Chemical Company.

Manar Ansari and James Sy

January 8, 2018

Six months ago, physics teacher Ryan DePuit was a research scientist at a chemical manufacturing company. DePuit worked for the Dow Chemical in new product development. He improved and devised products for a variety of applications, such as plastic packaging, drug delivery and electronic materials. He ...

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