The Review

Power plant explosion affects members of SJS community

Power plant explosion affects members of SJS community

Olivia Doan and Mia Baumann

February 10, 2020

At 4:21 a.m. on Jan. 24, the Watson Grinding and Manufacturing Power Plant exploded in Northwest Houston.

Pod on the Quad: The Pannill Panel

Pod on the Quad: The Pannill Panel

Sophia Kontos, Online Editor-in-Chief

January 2, 2019

This special edition of Pod on the Quad features a discussion between the Pannill sisters: Congresswoman-elect Lizzie Pannill Fletcher ('93), New York Times bestselling author Katherine Center ('90) and SJS French teacher Shelley Stein ('88).

Class Act: Piano teacher Yvonne Chen

New piano teacher Yvonne Chen started teaching at age 14.

Katina Christensen and Tyler King, Staff Writers

November 1, 2017

At an age when most music students are starting lessons, Yvonne Chen was teaching piano lessons. Growing up in a suburb of Washington, D.C., Chen started playing piano at age five, inspired by her older sister, who also played. Chen practiced with her house windows open, and her neighbors heard he...

Senior A.J. Moore finds unique job at Houston rodeo

Lilah Gaber, Staff Writer

May 3, 2017

From bonding with co-workers to carnival games, senior AJ Moore recounts the highs and lows of working at the rodeo.

Students give back to community through Breakthrough Houston

Sophomore Jackie Ferrufino and freshman Marcela Madrid, both former Breakthrough students, now teach lower income students for the same program.

Andrew Duong, Staff Writer

March 2, 2017

The Breakthrough program gives educational opportunities to underserved Houston youth. Three former Breakthrough students, now teachers, reflect on their experiences.

Top Ten: Spring Break Activities

The Houston skyline sparkles at night. Explore the city with our suggestions.

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.

Science, prehistory converge in French field trip

Science, prehistory converge in French field trip

Christian Maines, Staff Writer

February 12, 2014

Quiet footsteps and muffled whispers resounded through the hall as French I and II students looked up towards the eerie paintings on the walls of Lascaux, reconstructed within the Houston Museum of Natural Science.

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