The Review

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


Filed under FEATURES

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


Filed under FEATURES

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


Filed under FEATURES

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.

Chang pursues passion for business, forges plans to revolutionize online music market

Chang pursues passion for business, forges plans to revolutionize online music market

Irene Vazquez, Staff Writer

January 27, 2014


Filed under FEATURES

While other young girls were playing with Barbie dolls, senior April Chang was contemplating her future in the business world.

Faces in the Cloisters: Christina McGee

Faces in the Cloisters: Christina McGee

Amy Liu, Staff Writer

January 21, 2014


Filed under FEATURES

Christina McGee, the only freshman in Terpsichore, first twirled in her ballet slippers when she was only five.

The official student newspaper of St. John's School.
FEATURES