SHP Reflects on Parking’s Changes and Future

SHP Reflects on Parking’s Changes and Future

Axel de Vernou '21 Parking never fails to spark discussion and controversy at SHP, so with the recent completion of the new Campbell building and the radical transformation of the campus’s layout, students, faculty, and administration are reflecting on the topic once again. Not only has the total number of spots increased from two years ago, but the movement of certain programs and minor changes to the uses of certain spaces have allowed SHP to embrace a new way of accommodating everyone on campus with safety and without overflow.   However, this has been met with debate amongst students regarding…
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SHP Grads Rock the Women’s World Cup

SHP Grads Rock the Women’s World Cup

Maya Moffat '23 On July 7th this summer the US Women’s National team won a historic  fourth World Cup; out of the twenty-three amazing women on that team, two of them were graduates of SHP.  As Mr. Rodriguez, SHP Athletic Director puts it, “to have two of our alums represent the United States out of our dinky little school… I think if you were to actually take the odds on that - I don’t know what they would be but they would be astronomical.” Their spectacular victory in France, helped along by the two SHP grads Abby Dahlkemper ‘11 and…
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Club Focus: Board Game and History

Club Focus: Board Game and History

Paul Fong '23 With Sacred Heart's new facilities and creative spaces encouraging a fresh culture of change, new clubs have emerged to appeal to every student's interest. Among these are the board game and history club. The former was created for students to spend time to relax and play different games with friends, and meets on Fridays, both during and after school. As the name suggests, the primary purpose of the club is to play games in a semi-competitive environment. However, leader Samuel Lim ‘20 reassures students that “the stakes have never been lower.” Even if students do not have…
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