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

The Review

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

The Review

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

The Review

Upper School and Lower School students read together.

Photo Gallery: Books and Breakfast

Virginia Carolyn Crawford, Staff Writer April 14, 2022
Every Day 7, Upper School students read books to and share breakfast with 4th and 5th grade students on the Lower School Plaza.

March 2022

April 13, 2022

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Senior Ryan Kao hurls himself over the pole vault crossbar.

Video: Track and Field competes at Lamar High School

Annie Villa, Staff Writer April 12, 2022
On April 1, St. John's runners competed in a track meet at Lamar High School.

A Putin (de Katya Bigman)

Katya Bigman, Guest Writer March 15, 2022
Junior Katya Bigman wrote a poem to Russian President Vladimir Putin as a Spanish class assignment. 

Girls’ Soccer

Natalie Boquist, Staff Writer March 10, 2022

For her entire soccer career, Savi Augustine has played either defense or midfield. This year, as a senior, she switched to goalie.  When sophomore goalie Hailey King had to miss some practices and...

Swimming and Diving

Emma Chang, Staff Writer March 10, 2022

After sweeping the South Zone Championship on Jan. 29, the swimming and diving team had high hopes to place in SPC, which took place on Feb. 10. The boys succeeded in winning the championship, and the...

Support the Rams

Richard Liang, Staff Writer February 12, 2022

You could watch the game as an unbiased bystander, but where’s the fun in that? As a diehard Rams fan, I suggest you join the bandwagon for one night and enjoy barking at the TV, “Joe Burrow, whose...

Support the Bengals

Arjun Maitra, Staff Writer February 12, 2022

As much as it hurts to say this, I—a Baltimore Ravens fan—want the Cincinnati Bengals, their divisional rival, to win this year’s Super Bowl. As the Bengals suit up for this Sunday’s contest, I...

Get comfortable; this might take a while. In order to share the lived experiences of Asian Americans at SJS, we spoke with 17 sources, transcribed 126 pages of interviews and expanded our coverage to five pages. As Asian Americans ourselves, we realize that many facets of our experience are unfamiliar to others.

“Don’t let others tell you who you should be — that’s something you can decide for yourself.”

Russell Li, Ella Chen, and Ashley Yen January 12, 2022

Incidents of violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have increased nationwide because of the global pandemic, which began in Wuhan, China. In March, a series of shootings at Atlanta massage...

Get comfortable; this might take a while. In order to share the lived experiences of Asian Americans at SJS, we spoke with 17 sources, transcribed 126 pages of interviews and expanded our coverage to five pages. As Asian Americans ourselves, we realize that many facets of our experience are unfamiliar to others.

“I didn’t realize that I was being bullied — it just didn’t register.”

Russell Li, Ella Chen, and Ashley Yen January 12, 2022

In elementary school, one white classmate approached Rachel Chih, pulled her eyes sideways and said, “Look, I’m Japanese.” Not only did this gesture feature the racist stereotype that Asian Americans...

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