The Review

Annual field trip hit by Imelda: Photo Gallery

Annual field trip hit by Imelda: Photo Gallery

Cameron Ederle and Lydia Gafford

October 10, 2019

On Sept. 16, AP Biology and AP Environmental Science classes traveled to Galveston to collect marine samples and were met by Tropical Storm Imelda.

Security dog keeps campus safe, happy

Security dog keeps campus safe, happy

Ella West, Copy Editor

September 30, 2019

Sheba joined the Upper School as a member of the security team this year.

Imelda at SJS: Photo Gallery

Imelda at SJS: Photo Gallery

September 19, 2019

Tropical storm Imelda hit and flooded areas St. John's and neighboring communities on Sept. 19.

Backpacks stolen during field hockey practice on Caven Field

Backpacks stolen during field hockey practice on Caven Field

Megan Chang, Online Section Editor

September 17, 2019

Backpacks were stolen on Sept. 5 from the pavilion at Caven Field during a field hockey practice.

The Review named finalist for Pacemaker award

The Review named finalist for Pacemaker award

Laney Chang and Fareen Dhuka

September 11, 2019

The Review was named a Pacemaker award finalist for the third time since 2015 and the second year in a row.

Girls’ cross country team traces thief with tracking software

Girls’ cross country team traces thief with tracking software

Ashley Yen and Indrani Maitra

September 3, 2019

The girls' cross country team was robbed during their 6 a.m. practice at Spott's Park on Aug. 21. Using Life360, a tracking software, the team helped the Houston Police Department apprehend the thief.

Volunteers open custard stand in honor of lacrosse coach

Volunteers open custard stand in honor of lacrosse coach

Grace Randall, Staff Writer

May 13, 2019

JV girls' lacrosse players and parents set up a temporary custard stand on May 3 in honor of Coach K.

Reverend Mulligan clarifies announcement about future Music Chapels

Reverend Mulligan clarifies announcement about future Music Chapels

Gabrielle Solymosy and Pragya Devashish

May 6, 2019

During Music Chapel on April 2, Director of Spiritual Life Ned Mulligan announced that Music Chapel will not continue in following years.

Notre Dame burns, affects SJS French community

Notre Dame burns, affects SJS French community

SJ Lasley, Assignments Editor

May 2, 2019

After the unexpected burning of the Notre Dame cathedral on April 15, members of the SJS community reflected on their own connections to the famous building.

Going Green: Environmentalism and its role at St. John’s

Going Green: Environmentalism and its role at St. John’s

Ryan Chang and Sophia Kontos

April 22, 2019

This special Earth Day package features video of students' environmental volunteer work and coverage of other environmentalism issues at St. John's.

Students, faculty attend ISAS Diversity Conference

Students, faculty attend ISAS Diversity Conference

Ashley Yen, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

Students and faculty went to Austin on March 30 for the inaugural ISAS Diversity Conference.

Senior Tea adapts to increased class size

Senior Tea adapts to increased class size

Thomas Hunt, Alex Tinhkam, Jack Shea, and Sophia Kontos

April 10, 2019

Senior Tea in the fourth quarter has been scaled down due to the strains of serving the large graduating class.

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