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Industrial cranes disrupt the horizon of the San Francisco Bay.

Green Matters | A Local Look: Bayview Hunters Point

Atessa Anoshiravani '23, Editor-in-Chief April 4, 2023

This is the second installment of Green Matters, a column about climate change and its impacts. Find the first article here. The San Francisco Bay Area, although often seeming removed from the present...

Man’s Best Friend: Dogs Can Tell What You’re Feeling?

Man’s Best Friend: Dogs Can Tell What You’re Feeling?

Sara Hwang '26, Staff Writer March 7, 2023

Have you ever come home after a long day to have your dog come greet you? Do they put their head on your lap it just seems like they know you need it? A new study by scientists at Queen's University...

SHC’s Asian American Student Union reviewed the Chinese zodiac animals during their Lunar New Year meeting.

How SHC Students Celebrated Lunar New Year

Courtney Mar-Lew '24 February 25, 2023

As the clock struck midnight on January 22, many families began their Sundays celebrating the Lunar New Year, one of the most important holidays in several Asian cultures. Observed in China, Korea, Vietnam,...

ChatGPTs current home page. Anyone with an internet connection can use the ChatGPT program for free.

Artificial Intelligence in Education

Isabella Rinaldi '24, Assistant Editor-In-Chief February 14, 2023

Oh, the infamous Artificial Intelligence. Recently realized in the form of ChatGPT, AI is some teachers’ worst nightmare and some students’ Holy Grail — a new form of technology that is both astonishing...

The US Capitol Building in Washington, DC
(US Capitol Building by ttarasiuk)

Looking Back: What Happened in the 2022 Midterms?

Jonah Lei ‘25 January 24, 2023

Halfway through a president’s term, legislative elections called “midterms” are held. Citizens vote on senators and representatives based on their congressional district. The results of this midterm...

Wood frog photographed at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

Frogs Below Freezing

Sara Hwang '26, Staff Writer December 13, 2022

With winter here, many animals are making their notable adaptation techniques known. And these frogs are no exception! According to National Geographic’s Annie Roth, the “only amphibians found north...

SHC class of 2022 celebrate graduation outside of the Cathedral.

Biden-Harris Student Debt Relief Plan

Samantha Wai '25, Opinion Editor November 16, 2022

As a college student prepares to begin the next chapter of their life, they often are plagued by the financial burdens that come along with higher education. The Biden-Harris Administration and the U.S....

Marine One, carrying then-President Trump, leaves Mar-a-Lago, 2019.
(Marine One Departs Mar-a-Lago by The White House)

The FBI Raid on Mar-a-Lago

Jonah Lei ‘25, Guest Writer October 26, 2022

On August 8, the FBI raided former President Donald Trump’s Florida home, Mar-a-Lago, as part of the Justice Department’s current investigation into whether Trump took classified documents from the...

San Francisco Mayor London Breed speaking at the FAHM Celebration 2022 at the SF City Hall Rotunda

Filipino American History Month 2022

Nicole Mabborang ‘23, Managing Editor October 20, 2022

Filipino American History Month at City Hall In 2009, U.S. Congress declared October as Filipino American History Month (FAHM). FAHM commemorates the anniversary of the first Filipinos recorded to arrive...

Mental Health and Suicide Awareness Month

Mental Health and Suicide Awareness Month

Kylie Hansen '23, SHCLive Liason September 27, 2022

On this last week of Suicide Awareness Month, reporter and SHCLive correspondent Kylie Hansen '23 asks SHC students why mental health is important to them.

On August 16th, 2022, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law.

Green Matters: The Inflation Reduction Act

Atessa Anoshiravani '23, Editor-in-Chief September 22, 2022

This year, the Emerald is running a regular column focusing on the climate crisis. In this first segment on the Inflation Reduction Act, we’ll provide an overview of what the bill includes, focusing...

US Supreme Court by dbking is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

Ketanji Brown Jackson: The First Ever Black Woman on the Supreme Court

Isabella Rinaldi '24, Assistant Editor-in-Chief August 25, 2022

On February 26, 2022, President Joe Biden nominated the first ever Black female judge, Ketanji Brown Jackson, to be the 116th Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. Every year, the Supreme Court evaluates...

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