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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

A man cooks authentic Greek food at the Greek festival.

Greek Festival showcases traditional dances, food

Richard Liang, Staff Writer November 1, 2021
The Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church hosted the 54th Houston Greek Festival from Oct. 14 to Oct. 17. The event offered Houstonians the opportunity to try Greek foods and watch traditional dances.
Venders showcase their produce, which is all grown within 180 miles of Houston.

Video: Families find fresh food at the Urban Harvest Farmers Market

James Li, Lexi Guo, and Isabella Diaz-Mira September 20, 2021
The Urban Harvest Farmers Market is located in Taub Lot and features live music, samples and cooking demos.
Parents provided Potbelly sandwiches to the Class of 2021 for their first Senior Tea.

SJS resumes Senior Tea, serves “grab & go” boxed lunches

Kate Vo, Staff Writer November 17, 2020
This year, St. John’s has shifted from the traditional buffet-style hot lunches to “grab & go” boxed lunches.
Voodoo Doughnut has opened a new location in The Heights.

Voodoo Doughnut arrives in Houston

Leo Morales, Staff Writer February 6, 2020
Voodoo Doughnut has opened a new location in The Heights.
Bowls of butter chicken and garlic naan were served as the main dish.

Rahul’s Restaurant Review: Verandah

Rahul Rupani, Staff Writer April 23, 2019
Sophomore Rahul Rupani shares his opinions on the restaurant Verandah.
Argentinean empanadas were just one of many dishes available at Sabor Latino.

Latinos Unidos organizes “a taste of Latin America”

Bailey Maierson, Staff Writer September 27, 2018
On Sept. 25, Latinos Unidos presented various Latin American dishes for students to sample.
Students tour the hallways of the Culinary Institute Lenôtre and peer into pastry, ice cream and meat labs.

Students explore French, food at Culinary Institute Lenôtre

Noura Jabir, Copy Editor April 23, 2018
French II students explored the inner workings of a culinary institute and practiced their French on a field trip to Lenôtre Culinary Institute.
Junior Caitlin Ellithorpe puts a henna design on a students hand at the India booth.

First International Fair encourages students to explore countries

Ryan Chang, Assistant Online Editor January 30, 2018
International fair, organized by International Club, was on Jan. 24 during the Assembly period. Students created posters, which included fun facts and trivia, about different countries. Many students also displayed artifacts and served traditional cuisine from their respective nations.
Quiz: Which iconic St. Johns cafeteria food are you?

Quiz: Which iconic St. John’s cafeteria food are you?

Natasha Faruqui and Sophia Lima April 12, 2017
Take this test to find out which tasty food item you would be!

Cultural clubs explore food, music at Greek festival

Sophia Kontos, Staff Writer October 14, 2016
From piles of balklava to noisy dance theaters, the Greek Festival had a lot to offer for curious students.
The Houston skyline sparkles at night. Explore the city with our suggestions.

Top Ten: Spring Break Activities

Amy Kang and Cara Maines March 20, 2014
Make the most of Spring Break with some of our favorite activities around Houston, from sampling some of the city’s best restaurants to visiting the Houston Zoo. Click to see the complete list.
Now that the cafeteria has been demolished, students must eat at picnic tables or in classrooms.

Vendors offer new dining options for students

Cara Maines and Michael VerMeulen March 4, 2014

Today marks the first day that restaurant-sponsored food vendors provided lunch for students. The food could not be served outside because of the rain, so Asian restaurant Kim Son provided various entrees...

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