The Review

Internship ignites Moore’s passion for politics

Megan Shen, Assignment Editor

August 8, 2014

Junior Elizabeth Moore worked at City Hall as part of her summer internship.

MYTH founder flies solo to produce mixtape

MYTH founder flies solo to produce mixtape

Gabe Malek and Chris Zimmerman

June 18, 2014

From headlining Upper School music chapel to opening for Waka Flocka Flame, Daren Napier ('12) has climbed the ranks of the music industry.

French Symposium photo gallery

French Symposium photo gallery

Priyanka Jain, Videographer

April 22, 2014

SJS took home first place at French Symposium March 28 and 29. Read more to view a photo gallery.

String Theory Club weaves together crafts, science

String Theory Club weaves together crafts, science

Amy Liu, Staff Writer

March 24, 2014

The String Theory Club, founded by freshmen Marisa Murillo, Sunnie Liu and Aileen Zhang, makes knit or sewn models of scientific and mathematical concepts.

Samson-Williams brings curling to SJS

Samson-Williams brings curling to SJS

Christian Maines, Staff Writer

March 24, 2014

While winter sports and Houston’s torrid climate rarely mix, freshman Samuel Samson-Williams is breaking boundaries as the founder of Curling Club.

Students test knowledge outside classroom with app

Students test knowledge outside classroom with app

Cara Maines, Assistant Online Editor

March 10, 2014

With categories ranging from Periodic Table to Celebrity News, trivia app QuizUp has garnered many devotees, especially among members of the quiz bowl team.

Alumni Awards honor community members

Alumni Awards honor community members

Christian Maines, Staff Writer

March 4, 2014

The recipients of the Alumni Awards were announced Feb. 13. The Alumni Awards will be presented April 25 at the Spring Fling Cocktail Party.

Heinzerling nominated for Academy Award

Heinzerling nominated for Academy Award

Cara Maines, Assistant Online Editor

March 1, 2014

Zachary Heinzerling (’02) will walk the red carpet at the 86th Academy Awards tomorrow night. Heinzerling and his producer, Lydia Dean Pilcher, were nominated for an Oscar for their work on documentary feature “Cutie and the Boxer.”

Beginner’s guide to figure skating at Sochi

Beginner’s guide to figure skating at Sochi

Benjamin Shou, Staff Writer

February 11, 2014

With the XXII Sochi Winter Olympic Games underway, Benjamin Shou, who recently placed eighth in the U.S. Prudential Figure Skating Championships, demystifies the ins and outs of figure skating, from scoring to podium contenders.

Fitting the bill: Trice runs for position in Youth and Government

Fitting the bill: Trice runs for position in Youth and Government

Irene Vazquez, Staff Writer

February 10, 2014

Sophomore Madison Trice has met senators, lobbied for bills and attended conferences as a member of Youth and Government (YAG). She is currently running for Speaker of the Hyde House of YAG.

Gershenwald elected Mazkirah of international Jewish teen organization

Gershenwald elected Mazkirah of international Jewish teen organization

Amy Liu, Staff Writer

February 4, 2014

Named the 30th Mazkirah in her regional B’nei B’rith Girls (BBG) group, junior Sophie Gershenwald has earned a coveted leadership position among her “sisterhood with a common bond.”

Opinionated former Review columnist lands editorial position with Houston Chronicle

Opinionated former Review columnist lands editorial position with Houston Chronicle

Iris Cronin and Amy Liu

February 3, 2014

Evan Mintz (’04) holds no qualms about sparking controversy. Since joining The Review as a cartoonist his junior year, Mintz has pursued his interest in journalism and is now an editorial writer for the Houston Chronicle.

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