Students re-create Flappy Bird in programming workshop
April 9, 2014 – 2:50 pm | No Comment

Students sat behind their desktop computers and laptops yesterday, copying sections of multicolored code into their on-screen programs, and with a single click of their mouse, they watched as a little yellow bird on a …

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Rising sophomores to visit Costa Rica in January
May 29, 2013 – 2:45 pm | No Comment
Rising sophomores to visit Costa Rica in January

Liana Lum
Reporter
Convent and Stuart Hall’s first immersion, service-focused trip to Costa Rica has been announced for January 2014 for the entire rising Sophomore Class of both CSH and SHHS.
“Our school has engaged in global …

Students should participate in community service events
September 23, 2010 – 11:50 am | No Comment

After a long week of classes and sports, it can be hard to climb out of bed on a weekend and and drag oneself to do more work.
Once a year a groups from Convent and …

Rosary remembers Katrina 5 years later
September 23, 2010 – 11:09 am | No Comment
Rosary remembers Katrina 5 years later

Zoë Newcomb
& Sara Kloepfer
Peering through the broken glass of the double doors in her backyard, Charlotte Svenson saw for the first time the insides of her childhood home destroyed. Svenson’s mother broke down sobbing in …

Network students to serve communities this summer
May 21, 2009 – 7:36 am | No Comment

Susie Lee
Reporter
Although summer is often associated with vacations, over 170 Sacred Heart students from around the United States are packing their bags to serve people in various poor, marginalized communities as part of the Network …

Service should begin locally
September 19, 2008 – 8:29 am | No Comment

Lauren Jung
Editor-in-Chief
As the back-to-school hype dies down, the ever-crowded calendar of the typical high school students is filled with classes, college application deadlines, homework and tests. But don’t forget to pen in the 100 hours …