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The Review

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

The Review

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

The Review

Sophomore Lucy Walker shares her thoughts on Surf Curses album Magic Hour.

Under Review: Magic Hour

Lucy Walker, Online Section Editor November 29, 2022
Sophomore Lucy Walker shares her thoughts on Surf Curse's album Magic Hour.
Freshmen Katherine Johnson and Lulu Flores share their thoughts on Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.

Under Review – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story

Kate Johnson and Lulu Flores November 16, 2022
Almost twenty-eight years after serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s death, Netflix released Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. It became one of the most controversial series of 2022 in just a few weeks. 
Freshmen Dalia Sandberg and Emma Arnold share their thoughts on Crumbl Cookies.

Under Review: Crumbl Cookies

Emma Arnold and Dalia Sandberg November 11, 2022
Freshmen Emma Arnold and Dalia Sandberg share their thoughts on Crumbl Cookies.
On Oct. 21, singer-songwriters Taylor Swift and Carly Rae Jepsen released their new albums. The image on the right was drawn by sophomore Lucy Walker.

Under Review: Midnights, The Loneliest Time

Dawson Chang, Online Editor-in-Chief November 5, 2022
On Oct. 21, the albums Midnights and The Loneliest Time were released. Sophomores Turner Edwards, Serina Yan and Elise Anderson give their thoughts on these albums.
Under Review: Top five Astros jerseys of all time

Under Review: Top five Astros jerseys of all time

Gabriel Pope and Pierce Downey October 28, 2022
Freshmen Gabriel Pope and Pierce Downey rank all of the Astros’ jerseys, both present and past, based on their histories as well as their aesthetics.
Sophomore Turner Edwards shares his thoughts on movies that released last summer.

Under Review: Summer 2022 Movies

Turner Edwards, Staff Writer September 12, 2022
Sophomore Turner Edwards shares his thoughts on three films that released last summer: “Thor: Love and Thunder," "Nope" and "Top Gun: Maverick."
Sophomore Richard Liang shares his thoughts on how banning Russian tennis players from competing is ineffective towards stopping the war in Ukraine.

Opinion: stop banning Russian tennis players

Richard Liang, Staff Writer May 22, 2022
Sophomore Richard Liang shares his thoughts on how banning Russian tennis players from competing is ineffective towards stopping the war in Ukraine.
Freshman Aleena Gilani shares her thoughts on how European nations are treating Ukrainian refugees far better than they are treating Muslim refugees.

Opinion: Europe needs to start helping Muslim refugees – not just Ukrainian ones

Aleena Gilani, Online Section Editor May 22, 2022
Freshman Aleena Gilani shares her thoughts on how European nations are treating Ukrainian refugees far better than they are treating Muslim refugees.
Under Review: Everything Everywhere All at Once

Under Review: “Everything Everywhere All at Once”

Turner Edwards, Staff Writer May 12, 2022
Freshman Turner Edwards shares his thoughts on recently released film, "Everything Everywhere All at Once."
Drawn by freshman Lucy Walker, this illustration shows the Mandalorian facing Boba Fett.

Under Review: “The Mandalorian” vs “The Book of Boba Fett”

Louis Faillace, Staff Writer May 12, 2022
Sophomore Louis Faillace compares the first season of "The Book of Boba Fett" with the first season of "The Mandalorian."
Freshman Jennifer Liu shares her opinion on why we should continue reading banned books.

Opinion: Why we should keep reading banned books

Jennifer Liu, Staff Writer April 7, 2022
Freshman Jennifer Liu shares her opinion on why we should continue reading banned books.
“Working for the Knife” is Mitski’s latest single in her new album, “Laurel Hell.” It’s the first song that she has released since she announced that she would quit the music scene in 2019.

How “Working for the Knife” is a cry for help: Mitski’s musical journey

Jennifer Liu, Staff Writer March 25, 2022
“Working for the Knife” is Mitski’s latest single in her new album, “Laurel Hell.” It’s the first song that she has released since she announced that she would quit the music scene in 2019. Freshman Jennifer Liu shares her thoughts.
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