Sacred Heart Cathedral's student-run newspaper. We've got issues.

The Emerald

Sacred Heart Cathedral's student-run newspaper. We've got issues.

The Emerald

Sacred Heart Cathedral's student-run newspaper. We've got issues.

The Emerald

De Paul Lobby:
“It’s nice and warm there; [it] gets kind of cold on Lasalle (Jaiden Fong ‘25).

Where Are SHC Students’ Favorite Spots on Campus?

Catherine Tsang '25, Staff Writer May 25, 2023

The Emerald asked students where their favorite spots on campus were. Here’s what they had to say!

This notice, posted by the first floor staircases, blocks faculty, staff, and students from entering the flooded area.

The Great Flood of ’23

Olivia Lombardini '26, Staff Writer May 24, 2023

Despite occurring over a month ago, the flooding of SHC continues to disrupt the routines of the entire student body. On March 27, 2023, the SHC administration activated the school’s email alert system...

SHC’s Favorite TV Shows

SHC’s Favorite TV Shows

Tess Corvera '26, Staff Writer May 22, 2023

Do you have nothing to watch this summer? The Emerald has compiled the ultimate watch list to help you find the perfect show. Students were asked about their favorite TV shows, the plot line, and streaming...

Mr. Hren welcomes the DePaul Scholars and their families to the Recognition Ceremony.

DePaul Scholars: The Senior Send-Off

Kate Cassidy '24, Arts and Culture Editor May 19, 2023

It’s that time of year again! Seniors are about to graduate after four rewarding years at SHC. Whether as a club member, athlete, or performer, our current seniors have set a valuable example for the...

Jonah Lei ‘25 and Tina Nguyen ‘26 having a fun interview.

KPOP Club: Bonding Through Music

Jonah Lei '25, Staff Writer May 16, 2023

Just a few months ago, Tina Nguyen ‘26 added the KPOP Club to SHC’s list of student organizations. The Emerald interviewed Tina, the club’s leader and founder, to learn more about the club, as well...

Students buying tickets to support the Economics classes at the Kiva Carnival

What SHC’s Kiva Carnival Is All About

Vivian Chen ‘24 May 2, 2023

SHC’s Kiva Carnival has been on hiatus for three years due to Covid-19. However, this year the Kiva Carnival came back in full force. But what is the Kiva Carnival? Ms. Kayser, the moderator of the Kiva...

The Debate team poses for a group photo after an online tournament.

Speech & Debate: Battle Royal

Kaylyn Lee ‘24 April 28, 2023

Have you ever thought of joining Speech and Debate? Speech and Debate consist of two teams, each requiring students to dedicate themselves to preparing and practicing for spirited competitions. The Emerald...

Jazz band at the Winter Instrumental Concert

Interview with SHC’s Band Members: Getting to Know Our School Band Better

Vivian Chen ‘24 April 23, 2023

We’ve all seen SHC’s amazing Band perform, whether it’s at football games or their instrumental concerts. However, what goes on behind the scenes? The Emerald interviewed some Band members for their...

The San Francisco Bay Area is rich with delicious and diverse restaurants.

San Francisco’s Top Restaurants

Tess Corvera '26 March 30, 2023

San Francisco is a city filled with delicious and diverse restaurants. Around the bay, there are many cuisines with wholesome, flavorful dishes. Whether it's tucked away in a small neighborhood or overlooking...

Students and teachers waiting out the bomb threat in the basement of Saint Mary’s Cathedral.

Looking Back Three Months Later: Bomb Threat at SHC

Catherine Tsang ‘25, Staff Writer March 3, 2023

On December 1 2022, at 9:22 am, just as classes were about to start, an anonymous person called in a bomb threat to Sacred Heart Cathedral. The main office received the call from a blocked number, warning...

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,...

Mr. Cordero at an SHC Junior Council meeting.

New Teacher Interview: Mr. Stanley Cordero

Skylar Kebbe ‘24 February 17, 2023

Mr. Cordero is part of Campus Ministry here at SHC, now hosting most of the student retreats. Every year, people can sign up to go on these overnight retreats, which include group-bonding activities aimed...

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