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The Review

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

The Review

Sophomore Richard Liang shares his thoughts on how banning Russian tennis players from competing is ineffective towards stopping the war in Ukraine.

Russian tennis players: stop banning them from competitions; it won’t help stop the war in Ukraine

Richard Liang, Staff Writer May 23, 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.

An Issue of Racism and Islamophobia: how Europe cares more for Ukrainian refugees than for Muslim refugees

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.
The 2021 World Series was the second-lowest-viewed finale in MLB history. Baseball is a dying sport, but there’s still a chance to save it.

Past time for ‘America’s Pastime’: The MLB needs to play hardball

Richard Liang, Staff Writer March 24, 2022
The 2021 World Series was the second-lowest-viewed finale in MLB history. Baseball is a dying sport, but there’s still a chance to save it. Sophomore Richard Liang shares his solutions.
Sophomore Louis Faillace shares his thoughts on the new film “The Batman.”

Under Review: “The Batman”

Louis Faillace, Staff Writer March 8, 2022
Sophomore Louis Faillace shares his thoughts on the new film “The Batman.”
2021 was rough. So where do we start to ensure a better 2022? Smith Inglesby tries to offer their perspective in this opinion piece on healing this year.

Where, when, how to start? A guide to healing in 2022

Smith Inglesby, Staff Writer March 1, 2022
2021 was rough. So where do we start to ensure a better 2022? Smith Inglesby tries to offer their perspective in this opinion piece on healing this year.
Freshman Aleena Gilani talks about her decision to boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics.

Why I boycotted watching the Winter Olympics [Opinion]

Aleena Gilani, Staff Writer February 18, 2022
Freshman Aleena Gilani discusses her decision to boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Senior Indrani Maitra takes us through her top six songs of 2021. 

Opinion: Top Albums of 2021

Indrani Maitra, Executive Content Editor February 16, 2022
Senior Indrani Maitra takes us through her top six songs of 2021. 
Sophomore Richard Liang will be rooting for the Rams on Super Bowl Sunday.

Who you should root for in Super Bowl LVI

Richard Liang and Arjun Maitra February 12, 2022
On Feb. 13, the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals will face off in Super Bowl LVI. Sophomores Richard Liang (Rams) and Arjun Maitra (Bengals) share their takes on who you should root for.
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