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

The Review

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

The Review

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

The Review

Two students were paired up to discuss their political views.

One Small Step: Students in Government and Politics class host political discussions

Elizabeth Hu, Staff Writer April 7, 2022
“One Small Step” was created to bridge the political divisions in America one conversation at a time. Students in the senior Government and Politics elective have repurposed the activity for the St. John’s community.
Last years eighth graders enjoy the view on one of their hikes. Because the 35-day-long government shutdown has ended, the Class of 2023s Big Bend trip will take place.

Annual Big Bend trip proceeds after government shutdown

Ashley Yen, Staff Writer February 18, 2019
Because the government stayed open after a 35-day-long shutdown, the Class of 2023's Big Bend trip will take place.
JSA members pose in front of the Texas Capitol in Austin alongside faculty chaperone Wendall Zartman.

Debates stimulate learning, communication at JSA Fall State

Christian Maines, Staff Writer December 11, 2014
Six SJS students attended the Junior Statesmen of America Fall State conference, where they debated issues such as Super PACs, affirmative action and immigration.
Junior Madison Trice met students from across the globe while attending the summer program Seeds of Peace this summer.

Trice’s interest in government germinates at Seeds of Peace

Christian Maines, Staff Writer September 15, 2014
This summer, junior Madison Trice attended the Seeds of Peace summer program to learn about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and understand both sides.

Internship ignites Moore’s passion for politics

Megan Shen, Assignment Editor August 8, 2014
Junior Elizabeth Moore worked at City Hall as part of her summer internship.
Twenty-two percent of SAC is female, while girls comprise 52 percent of the Upper School student body.

Widening SAC gender divide raises question

Cara Maines, Assistant Online Editor February 20, 2014
Although more than half of SJS Upper School students are girls, less than a quarter of Student Affairs Council is female. This isn’t just a SJS problem; it’s a national issue.
Sophomore Madison Trice moved to Houston from Maryland this summer. She initially had trouble finding a branch of YAG in Houston.

Fitting the bill: Trice runs for position in Youth and Government

Irene Vazquez, Staff Writer February 10, 2014
Sophomore Madison Trice has met senators, lobbied for bills and attended conferences as a member of Youth and Government (YAG). She is currently running for Speaker of the Hyde House of YAG.
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