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

The Review

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

The Review

The Review Online put together this special package to raise awareness about and explore mental health in the SJS community.

It’s O.K. to not be okay

Ashley Yen and Megan Chang January 9, 2022
The Review Online put together this special package to raise awareness about and explore mental health in the SJS community.
Thompson is the New York Times bestselling author of “Raising Cain” and a school counselor who specializes in the psychology of boys.

Psychologist Michael Thompson speaks to Upper School about academic gender gap

Aleena Gilani, Staff Writer November 11, 2021
On Oct. 27, psychologist Michael Thompson talked to the Upper School about the academic gender gap. 
Lauren Bakers younger brother, Colin, plays with his toys while in the hospital.

Help a cancer patient: Get vaccinated

Lauren Baker, Staff Writer September 29, 2021
Sophomore Lauren Baker shares her opinion on COVID vaccinations.
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.
Over the past year, the pandemic has exposed pre-existing anti-Asian hate in the United States.

SJS community reacts to rise in anti-Asian hate, Unity Council and EAAG host forums

Dawson Chang and Mia Hong April 1, 2021
During a shooting in Atlanta on March 17, eight people were murdered, six of whom were Asian women. When students returned from spring break the following week, the news became a widespread topic of discussion.
Eighth graders from the class of 2022 rest in the shade during a long hike.

Big Bend canceled due to COVID, replaced by Big Bend Lite

Dawson Chang, Staff Writer March 3, 2021
For the first time in 44 years, Class Eight students did not embark on the annual Big Bend trip. From Feb. 20-26, 123 eighth graders would have camped near the international border between the United States and Mexico, if not for the pandemic.
In April 2020, Keegan and the administration decided to delay Jan Plan until 2023.

Jan Plan delayed until 2023 due to COVID-19

Dawson Chang, Staff Writer February 3, 2021
In April 2020, the administration decided to delay Jan Plan until 2023.
Even though people are starting to receive vaccinations, herd immunity is likely still “months away,” according to Medical Advisory Team member Julie Boom.

Impending vaccine brings cautious optimism to SJS community

Russell Li, Assignments Editor January 19, 2021

Although most teenagers will not receive a COVID-19 vaccine for months due to limited supply, freshman Mackenzie Rice is already scheduled to receive two doses of the Pfizer vaccine—or a placebo. She...

Seniors Hannah Chang and Nicole Doyle take their blood pressures as part of an Anatomy and Physiology lab.

Science classes adapt to COVID-19 guidelines

Abigail Hindman and Arjun Maitra January 13, 2021
COVID-19 has significantly disrupted the student experience, particularly in the science field.
Sophomore James Li shares his thoughts on vaccine distributions.

Opinion: Vaccine distributions and education

James Li, Staff Writer January 13, 2021
Sophomore James Li shares his thoughts on who should be vaccinated.
With Winter Break approaching, students and faculty reflect on the importance of wearing masks properly.

Students, faculty reflect on proper mask etiquette

James Li, Staff Writer December 16, 2020
With Winter Break approaching, students and faculty reflect on the importance of wearing masks properly.
Seniors Scott Koh and Isabella OReilly give a presentation on their photosynthetic rates lab in AP Biology.

Culminating projects, tests replace midterm exams

Dawson Chang and Abigail Hindman December 15, 2020
At the start of the semester, the school canceled midterms, concerned that COVID would limit students’ abilities to fully understand course material.
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