The Review

Houston’s massive infrastructure upholds its reputation as the stronghold of American oil, but underlying the city's status as an industrial juggernaut is a tortured legacy of environmental racism.

“Invisible” communities poisoned by rampant industrial pollution

Indrani Maitra and Max Stith July 16, 2021
Houston’s massive infrastructure upholds its reputation as the stronghold of American oil, but underlying the city's status as an industrial juggernaut is a tortured legacy of environmental racism.
Go behind the scenes at The Review with Lexi Guo and Keval Shah.

Video: Behind the scenes at The Review

Lexi Guo and Keval Shah June 7, 2021
Go behind the scenes at The Review with Lexi Guo and Keval Shah.
French students won first place at the Texas French Symposium last month, with one of the largest teams to have participated since St. John’s began competing in the event nine years ago.

French students win Texas French Symposium, host showcase to celebrate victory

Mia Hong, Sarah Clark, and Romit Kundagrami May 26, 2021
French students won first place at the Texas French Symposium last month, with one of the largest teams to have participated since St. John’s began competing in the event nine years ago.
The Science Olympiad team competed in the state tournament on April 24 and placed eighth out of 30 teams, which was the team’s best finish since the start of the club.  

Science Olympiad team records best finish at state, places eighth

Emma Chang, Staff Writer May 26, 2021
The Science Olympiad team competed in the state tournament on April 24 and placed eighth out of 30 teams, which was the team’s best finish since the start of the club.  
Band and orchestra combine in first ever symphony

Band and orchestra combine in first ever symphony

Natasha Janssens, Staff Writer May 19, 2021
Back when all students were learning remotely, Band Director Nicholas Thomas and Orchestra Director Penny Meitz first talked about holding a combined band and orchestra group.
Junior Cici Calhoun passes the baton to senior Reese Ramirez in the 4x400m relay. The girls’ track and field team placed sixth in the SPC Championship on May 8.

Photo Gallery: Spring Sports Recap

Sarah Clark, Staff Writer May 18, 2021
The girls’ lacrosse team and girls' golf team both defeated Hockaday to win SPC.
On April 30, the team travelled to Dallas to play Hockaday during the SPC Championship.

Girls’ lacrosse wins SPC, honors late head coach Angie Kensinger

Lillian Poag, Staff Writer May 15, 2021
On April 30, the team defeated Hockaday to win the SPC Championship.
In this cartoon, sophomore Alice Xu discusses the various types of masks that students wear.

Mask Culture

Alice Xu, Staff Writer May 13, 2021
In this cartoon, sophomore Alice Xu discusses the various types of masks that students wear.
Due to the pandemic, members of the College Board have adjusted the locations and timings of the AP exams.

Students adjust to AP schedule changes, prepare for exams

Arjun Maitra and Shreyes Balachandran May 11, 2021
Due to the pandemic, the College Board has adjusted the locations and timings of the AP exams.
During the regular season, the girls’ and boys’ tennis teams lost only one match each. 

Boys’ tennis wins, girls finish second in South Zone

Emma Chang and Natalie Boquist May 10, 2021
During the regular season, the girls’ and boys’ tennis teams lost only one match each. 
On April 1 and April 15, the School hosted a vaccine clinic for SJS community members ages 16 and older.

School hosts COVID-19 vaccine clinic for community members

Ellie Monday, Staff Writer May 3, 2021
On April 1 and April 15, the School hosted a vaccine clinic for SJS community members ages 16 and older.
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Under Review: “Godzilla vs. Kong”

Louis Faillace, Staff Writer April 29, 2021
Freshman Louis Faillace shares his thoughts on the 2021 film "Godzilla vs. Kong."
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