The Review

COVID state of mind: mental health in quarantine

Quarantine measures and limited social interaction has left people around the world struggling with mental health.

Fareen Dhuka, Indrani Maitra, and Julia Smith

June 3, 2020

A loss of support systems, from friendships to daily routines, can result in a significant decline in mental health during COVID-19.

Recognizing 2019-2020 student leaders of affinity groups, clubs, organizations

Recognizing 2019-2020 student leaders of affinity groups, clubs, organizations

Staff

May 25, 2020

In place of the annual SJS Recognition Assembly, here are this year's club leaders.

In Memoriam: Wendall Zartman

JaDa Johnson and her mother, Joycelyn, pose with Wendall Zartman at JaDa's graduation in 2017.

Ella West, Assignments Editor

May 21, 2020

Wendall Zartman passed away on April 17 due to complications from cancer. He was 69.

Darrell Parrish retires after 27 years of service

Darrell Parrish plays a guitar accompaniment for choir at Candlelight in December 2018.

Fareen Dhuka and Ella Chen

May 21, 2020

After 27 years as the Wind and Jazz Ensemble Director at St. John’s, Darrell Parrish is retiring this May.

Doug Sharp retires after 47 years of service

After 47 years of service, Doug Sharp is retiring and looking forward to spending more time with his wife, dogs and cats.

Rahul Rupani, Business Manager

May 20, 2020

After 47 years of service, Doug Sharp is retiring at the end of the year.

Coaches challenged to cover 2,020 miles in memory of lost season

The SJS Track & Field team at last year's SPC championship.

Cameron Ederle, Staff Writer

May 20, 2020

SPC coaches participated in a challenge to run, bike or walk a collective 2020 miles on May 2, the date that would’ve been the final day of spring SPC. 

Limited masks, protective equipment prompt SJS community to adapt

Due to the mask shortage, many doctors are still reusing N-95 masks.

Natalie Boquist, Staff Writer

May 20, 2020

SJS community members adapt to a lack of masks and other personal protective equipment.

Photo Gallery: West University senior car parade

Jacqueline Heal rides through the parade in a car decorated in Maverick and University of Edinburgh stickers.

Maxx Shearod, Photo Editor

May 19, 2020

Seniors drove through West U to celebrate their last year of high school.

Opinion: Why Texas should remain closed and extend stay-at-home orders

Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced plans to reopen Texas on May 1.

Max Beard, Copy Editor

May 18, 2020

Junior Max Beard shares his thoughts on why Texas should remain closed due to the pandemic.

The year in review: accolades and new editors

While in Washington D.C. for the NSPA convention in November, Review editors visited the Newseum for the last time before it closed in December.

Staff

May 14, 2020

Despite working remotely for two months due to COVID-19, The Review has accumulated a large number of awards this year through multiple organizations.

Families foster cats and dogs during COVID-19 pandemic

Junior Scott Koh and his sister, Sara ('19), are fostering puppies during the pandemic.

Mia Baumann and Sara Doyle

May 13, 2020

St. John's students foster cats and puppies during the COVID-19 pandemic.

SJS alum remembers 1946 polio outbreak that prompted School closure

The last time St. John's School closed due to public health concerns was in 1946 due to a polio outbreak.

Abigail Poag, Assignments Editor

May 11, 2020

The last time St. John's School closed due to public health concerns was in 1946 due to a polio outbreak.

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