The Review

Limited masks, protective equipment prompt SJS community to adapt

Due to the mask shortage, many doctors are still reusing N-95 masks.

Natalie Boquist, Staff Writer

May 20, 2020

SJS community members adapt to a lack of masks and other personal protective equipment.

Junior creates “Art House” to spread positivity amidst outbreak

Junior Julia Smith creates a bright message to let young artists know that they are all works of art.

Julia Smith, Staff Writer

April 30, 2020

Junior Julia Smith shares her experience creating an "Art House" to liven up her neighborhood in a creative way.

Coronavirus causes decline in pollution, benefits environment

Despite the limited scope of the change, COVID-19 has demonstrated the impact that humans have on the environment and the resilience of the planet.

Julia Smith, Staff Writer

April 28, 2020

COVID-19 stay-at-home orders and factory closures have caused dramatic drops in air pollution levels and benefits to the environment.

Seniors replicate Upper School campus on Minecraft server

16 seniors replicated the Upper School campus on a Minecraft server, hoping to host a Minecraft virtual graduation at the end of the school year.

Lydia Gafford, Staff Writer

April 27, 2020

Seniors replicated the Upper School campus on a Minecraft server. They hope to host a Minecraft virtual graduation at the end of the school year.

Students participate in fine arts ensembles from home

Terpsichore member Yuki Chevray dances from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Edward Chen, Staff Writer

April 16, 2020

Students continue to participate in fine arts ensembles at home through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pass over the computer: celebrating Passover in quarantine

The Maierson family prepared a multitude of side dishes such as potatoes and peas for Passover dinner.

Bailey Maierson, Staff Writer

April 15, 2020

Junior Bailey Maierson shares her experience of celebrating Passover in quarantine.

Pandemic pop: musicians resort to virtual concerts, streaming services

After their live concert was cancelled, the Flinns decided to live stream for the guests that had RSVP’d.

Indrani Maitra, Copy Editor

April 14, 2020

As the nation adjusts to the new reality of life under self-quarantine, a number of artists and bands are connecting with their fans on live streaming platforms to help alleviate the uncertainty and fear instigated by the outbreak. 

Katherine Center’s (’90) “The Lost Husband” adapted into film

Ella West, Copy Editor

April 10, 2020

Screenwriter Vicky Wight directed the movie adaptation of “The Lost Husband,” a novel written by Katherine Center ('90).

French classes visit Menil Drawing Institute and Collection

The AP French class explores Surrealist exhibits at the Menil Drawing Institute.

Max Beard, Staff Writer

February 27, 2020

French classes took a field trip to the Menil Drawing Institute and Menil Collection on Tuesday, Feb. 11.

Upper School ensembles perform in annual Choral-Orchestral Festival

Katina Christensen is one of three junior girls to perform solos in the cantata.

Russell Li, Staff Writer

February 25, 2020

The annual Choral-Orchestral Festival on Feb. 10 at St. John the Divine featured a variety of performances by Upper School choirs and orchestras.

Justice Frances Bourliot and Audrey Chang speak at EAAG assembly

EAAG officers invited Justice Frances Bourliot and Audrey Chang to speak at the affinity group's assembly.

Afraaz Malick, Staff Writer

February 14, 2020

Justice Frances Bourliot and Audrey Chang joined the East Asian Affinity Group in their assembly on Jan. 23.

Voodoo Doughnut arrives in Houston

Voodoo Doughnut has opened a new location in The Heights.

Leo Morales, Staff Writer

February 6, 2020

Voodoo Doughnut has opened a new location in The Heights.

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