The Review

In a marquee election for Texas’ 7th Congressional District, a traditionally Republican stronghold until 2018, St. John’s alums Lizzie Fletcher and Wesley Hunt went head-to-head on Nov. 3, with Fletcher winning reelection by over 10,000 votes.

Congressional campaign pits Mavericks Fletcher, Hunt

Ella West, Assignments Editor November 20, 2020

This article was initially published in the Nov. 11, 2020 print issue of the Review. In a marquee election for Texas’ 7th Congressional District, a traditionally Republican stronghold until 2018,...

Katherine Center's novel

“The Lost Husband” hits number one on Netflix

Cameron Ederle, Staff Writer September 17, 2020
Three days after the movie “The Lost Husband” was added to Netflix, Katherine Center (‘90), the author of the original novel, woke to discover that the film had become number one on Netflix US charts. 

Katherine Center’s (’90) “The Lost Husband” adapted into film

Ella West, Copy Editor April 10, 2020
Screenwriter Vicky Wight directed the movie adaptation of “The Lost Husband,” a novel written by Katherine Center ('90).
Impact: Caroline Spears ('13)

Impact: Caroline Spears (’13)

Ella West, Copy Editor January 22, 2020
Sophomore Ella West sits down with Caroline Spears ('13) to talk about her work writing legislative papers for politicians.
Impact: Mariam Matin ('11)

Impact: Mariam Matin (’11)

Ella West, Copy Editor January 9, 2020
Copy Editor Ella West sits down with Mariam Matin ('11) to talk about her organization, Second Day, that helps people find social impact jobs.
Isabel Wallace-Green ('15) is performing in the Christmas Spectacular as a member of the ensemble.

Isabel Wallace-Green (ʼ15) performs in Radio City Christmas Spectacular

Abigail Poag, Assignments Editor January 8, 2020
Isabel Wallace-Green (ʼ15) has been performing in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular since early November.
Bryn Larsen (right) and Geoffrey Koslov (left) open an exhibit featuring portraits by Houston-based photographer Julia McLaurin (center).

Bryn Larsen (’88) opens gallery, features contemporary photography

Aatiqah Aziz and Ashley Yen April 5, 2019
In 2016, Bryn Larsen (’88) cofound art gallery "Foto Relevance" which focuses on the exhibition and acquisition of contemporary photography.
Director of Clinical Services Tesa Stark and Medical Director Scott Dorfman sent a wellness survey to SJS alumni.

New alumni wellness survey promotes mental health awareness

Fareen Dhuka and Ryan Chang March 4, 2019
The St. John's Wellness Team sent a mental and behavioral health survey to about 600 alumni from the classes of 2015-2018.
Jake Schick performs a comedy routine at EastVille Comedy Club.

Jake Schick (’17) pursues stand-up comedy in Brooklyn

Mac Bechtol, Staff Writer January 24, 2019
Jake Schick (’17) pursues stand-up comedy in venues throughout New York.
On Sept. 5, models of homes and skyscrapers filled the Glassell Gallery. This model was designed by Carrie Glassman Shoemake (‘70) while the lodge itself is located on a 50-acre site above the Colorado River.

Alumni display models, photos of architecture in Glassell Gallery

Roosh Bhosale and Sara Doyle September 24, 2018
From Sept. 5-19, models of architecture designed by SJS alumni were featured in the Glassell Gallery.
Henkoff stands with

Alum wins “Jeopardy!”

Lily McCullough and Eloise Reasoner May 15, 2018
Alexandra Henkoff, who attended SJS until after her sophomore year, won "Jeopardy!"
Gutstein ('13) is one of 35 American students to win the 2018 Gates Cambridge Scholarship.

Brett Gutstein (’13) wins Gates Cambridge Scholarship, helps with computer science class

Sinclair Mott and Matthew Giordano March 29, 2018
Brett Gutstein ('13) received the Gates Cambridge Scholarship to further his studies in computer science.
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