The Review

Rise of TikTok: Upper School students adopt trends on social media platform

Juniors Julia Smith, Ethan Kinsella and Rahul Rupani dance for a TikTok.

Bailey Maierson, Staff Writer

December 11, 2019

TikTok offers a platform for users to post and view short clips from others, and it's affecting SJS culture.

Community rallies after racist incident

Community rallies after racist incident

Shani Israel, Senior Copy Editor

March 8, 2019

The community rallied together after a student posted a racist story on Snapchat at the African American Affinity Group assembly.

Students lead forum on diversity following racist social media post

Hundreds of students and faculty packed the Chao Room for the forum.

Laney Chang and Abigail Poag

February 11, 2019

After an Upper School student posted a racist comment on his private Snapchat story, about 200 of outraged and concerned students packed into the Chao Room for a forum promoting dialogue about diversity and inclusion on campus.

Students pursue interest in pottery

Students pursue interest in pottery

Noura Jabir, Copy Editor

May 17, 2018

Many students have joined the pottery scene through 3D art and social media.

Vine shutdown removes student platform

Sophia Kontos, Staff Writer

February 1, 2017

Twitter's shutdown of popular video-sharing app Vine impacted many students, who liked the platform for its conciseness and broad range of subject matter.

As Ice Bucket Challenge cools down, importance lingers

Sophomore Irene Vazquez completed the Ice Bucket Challenge August 22.

Irene Vazquez, Copy Editor

September 4, 2014

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: the disease that has captured the world’s (or at least the world on Facebook's) attention,

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