The Review

March for Our Lives pushes for gun reform

March for Our Lives pushes for gun reform

Sinclair Mott and Video Staff

April 2, 2018

On March 24, thousands of protesters gathered in downtown Houston to rally for stricter gun control laws and "March for Our Lives."

Open community service meetings aim to inform, involve students in volunteering

Open community service meetings aim to inform, involve students in volunteering

Mehak Batra, Assistant Business Manager

March 28, 2018

In an effort to involve students in more community service, the Community Service Board started monthly meetings aimed to advertise projects and coordinate events.

Debate class fosters sense of community

Debate class fosters sense of community

Noura Jabir and Video Staff

March 27, 2018

Sophomores Asher Moll and Pranav Konduri answer questions about the new debate program.

How a lack of consent education harms high school students

How a lack of consent education harms high school students

Sophie Caldwell, Assignments Editor

March 22, 2018

Twenty million American women are victims of an attempted or completed sexual assault, according to a 2007 Department of Justice study. As demonstrated by anecdotal and statistical evidence, teenage girls make up a significant portion of that number. 

Library Advisory Club promotes reading for pleasure

Library Advisory Club promotes reading for pleasure

Abigail Poag, Staff Writer

March 21, 2018

The Library Advisory Club has taken new steps this year to encourage more students to read for pleasure.

New fine arts building provides space for performances, rehearsals, meetings

New fine arts building provides space for performances, rehearsals, meetings

Laney Chang, Staff Writer

March 20, 2018

The newest addition to the VST was opened on Feb. 26 after nine months of construction.

New policy aims to reduce hallway congestion, keep campus clean

New policy aims to reduce hallway congestion, keep campus clean

Sara Doyle and Tyler King

March 7, 2018

On Feb. 23, Dean Duncan emailed Upper Schoolers outlining a new policy to keep the campus clean.

Dr. A. Jordan Wright (’97) speaks to faculty, affinity groups

Dr. A. Jordan Wright (’97) speaks to faculty, affinity groups

Ryan Chang, Assistant Online Editor

March 2, 2018

Dr. A. Jordan Wright ('97) spoke with faculty, affinity groups and PRISM about diversity and his experiences as a gay Jewish student.

Model UN goes to MIT for international conference

Model UN goes to MIT for international conference

Mehak Batra, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018

Model UN traveled to MIT for an annual international conference.

Sophomores sort books, build care packages for class project

Sophomores sort books, build care packages for class project

Sara Doyle and Leila Pulaski

February 22, 2018

On Feb. 10, the sophomore class project helped Books Between Kids and Homeless at Heart.

AAAG assembly honors African-American alumni, highlights racial issues

AAAG assembly honors African-American alumni, highlights racial issues

Noura Jabir, Staff Writer

February 19, 2018

AAAG's assembly, which took place on Feb. 13 in Lowe Theater, highlighted the experience of African-American students at St. John's.

Annual Middle School Pop Show honors deceased artists

Annual Middle School Pop Show honors deceased artists

SJ Lasley, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018

This year's Middle School Pop Show on Feb. 9 featured songs by deceased icons such as Queen and Selena.

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