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The Review

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

The Review

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

The Review

Houston’s massive infrastructure upholds its reputation as the stronghold of American oil, but underlying the citys 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.
Despite the limited scope of the change, COVID-19 has demonstrated the impact that humans have on the environment and the resilience of the planet.

Coronavirus causes decline in pollution, benefits environment

Julia Smith, Staff Writer April 28, 2020
COVID-19 stay-at-home orders and factory closures have caused dramatic drops in air pollution levels and benefits to the environment.
Serving on resuable melamine dishes is the new norm as opposed to paper plates.

Cafeteria implements eco-friendly initiatives

Mia Baumann and Sierra Ondo January 23, 2020
This year, the cafeteria implemented eco-friendly initiatives to reduce excess waste.
Going Green: Environmentalism and its role at St. Johns

Going Green: Environmentalism and its role at St. John’s

Ryan Chang and Sophia Kontos April 22, 2019
This special Earth Day package features video of students' environmental volunteer work and coverage of other environmentalism issues at St. John's.
Caroline Spears, right, along with fellow alum Maddie Clayton (both ’13), participated in the People’s Climate March in New York City, Sept. 21. Spears founded the Environmental Coalition of Students in her time at SJS and plans to pursue a career that aligns with her environmental interests.  (Courtesy photo)

Activist alum sounds ‘climate alarm’ in protest

November 5, 2014
Caroline Spears ('13) paraded in the People's Climate March, estimated to be the fourth largest protest in US history.
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