The Review

Junior Ananya Agrawal designed  the Mav Literary Fest button.

Emanuelee “Outspoken” Bean speaks at first Mav Literary Fest

Ellie Monday, Staff Writer December 2, 2020
On Nov. 12, in a virtual assembly, Emanuelee “Outspoken” Bean spoke about his writing process and performed poems for the Mav Literary Fest, the new annual Book Fair.
EAAG officers invited Justice Frances Bourliot and Audrey Chang to speak at the affinity group's assembly.

Justice Frances Bourliot and Audrey Chang speak at EAAG assembly

Afraaz Malick, Staff Writer February 14, 2020
Justice Frances Bourliot and Audrey Chang joined the East Asian Affinity Group in their assembly on Jan. 23.
WOC will hosted its first assembly on Nov. 20.

Women of Color affinity group to host first assembly

Chloe Zhao, Katya Bigman November 19, 2019
The Women of Color affinity group will host its first assembly on Nov. 20.
SAAG members rehearse one of their four dances before the assembly.

South Asian Affinity Group assembly highlights blending of native and American values

Indrani Maitra and Keval Shah November 10, 2018
On Oct. 25, the SAAG hosted an assembly to celebrate South Asian culture and traditions.
Fluor ('07) spoke to the Upper School about his experiences with addiction.

Peter Fluor (’07) shares experience with substance abuse

Nina Varma, Staff Writer October 31, 2018
On Oct. 16, Peter Fluor (`07) described his experiences with drugs at an Upper School assembly, stressing the need to belong to a community.
Anthony Brandt, father of senior Lucian Bennett-Brandt, discussed his book about creativity at this year's Book Fair Assembly.

Visiting author undertakes research in human creativity

Fareen Dhuka, Staff Writer October 11, 2018
On Oct. 3, Anthony Brandt spoke about creativity at the annual Book Fair Assembly.
English teacher Kimberly Olan ('87) recounts her experience as an African-American student at St. John's.

AAAG assembly honors African-American alumni, highlights racial issues

Noura Jabir, Staff Writer February 19, 2018
AAAG's assembly, which took place on Feb. 13 in Lowe Theater, highlighted the experience of African-American students at St. John's.
Review assembly explores journalism, Mintz's ('04) editorials

Review assembly explores journalism, Mintz’s (’04) editorials

Video Staff December 12, 2017

  This video was featured in the first ever Review assembly on Dec. 12. Editorial board members each spoke about their experience and illuminated the inner workings of a newspaper, while featured...

Mayor Turner speaks to students about Harvey, mayorship in SPEC event

Mayor Turner speaks to students about Harvey, mayorship in SPEC event

Lily McCullough, Staff Writer November 28, 2017
Student Political Education Club leaders invited Mayor Sylvester Turner to speak to students. Mayor Turner discussed Hurricane Harvey, his background, and his mayoral campaigns.
The Book Fair Committee ordered 9,000 books from Barnes and Noble and arranged them in the Campus Center.

Book Fair brings community together

Shani Israel, Staff Writer October 14, 2017
"Book Fair Beach" featured 9,000 novels and took a year to plan. Book Fair is one of the only opportunities for the whole school to participate in one activity together.
Music chapel showcases talent, underclassmen performers

Music chapel showcases talent, underclassmen performers

Izzy Andrews, Jack Shea, and Alex Tinkham February 22, 2017
The annual music chapel showcased many upperclassmen performers. Watch video for renditions of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" and Adele's "Make You Feel my Love."
From left: Juniors Dani Yan, Andrew Wan, Gregory Dayao, and Olivia Zhang dance to K-pop.

East Asian Affinity Group highlights pop culture and racial identity

Mia Guien, Staff Writer February 18, 2017
The annual EAAG assembly highlighted musical performances and promoted discussion about the difficulties faced by Asian-Americans.
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