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  • Hall misses out on championship
  • Hall prepares to live up to hype
  • So close, yet so far
  • Schools take on additional year of IB Programme
  • Administrators step into the classroom
Winter conditioning begins

Winter conditioning begins

By Owen Murray, Senior Reporter

December 14, 2017

An after-school physical training program offers students chances to get in shape, build up muscle mass and prepare for sp...

Keldsen excels on the water

Keldsen excels on the water

By Anson Gordon-Creed, Senior Reporter

April 27, 2017

Every other weekday, Mats Keldsen ’18 is on the water in the San Francisco Bay, practicing for SHHS sailing team and he hopes...

The Real Cost of Prom

The Real Cost of Prom

By Owen Fahy, Editor-in-Chief

April 24, 2017

With prom season in full swing, the signature dance’s appearance on the horizon signals the arrival of one of the biggest school...

Sophomore skater finds success on the ice

By Owen Murray, Senior Reporter

November 2, 2017

For nationally-ranked figure skater Dinh Tran ’20, the skating rink epitomizes competition, athleticism and dedication. Tran, who competes in events all across the world, has been skating during his free time for the majority of his life. “I started skating when I was 4 years old,” Tran said. “I actually don’t...

Wildfires serve as wake up call

Wildfires serve as wake up call

By Anson Gordon-Creed, Senior Reporter

November 2, 2017

Recent catastrophic events in the counties of the northern Bay Area should prompt the Convent & Stuart Hall community to realize...

Learning outside the classroom

Learning outside the classroom

By Anson Gordon-Creed, Senior Reporter

November 2, 2017

Though seniors enrolled in the Justice: Theory and Society class have completed their compulsory 75 hours of service, Theology...

Winter conditioning begins

Winter conditioning begins

By Owen Murray, Senior Reporter

December 14, 2017

An after-school physical training program offers students chances to get in shape, build up muscle mass and prepare for sp...

Cross-country lead pack at Mt. SAC

By Nicholas Hom, Editor-In-Chief

November 2, 2017

Laying back in his seat on the long bus ride back from the Mt. SAC Cross Country Invite in Walnut, California, Antonio Dominguez ’18 reflected upon his cross-country season and the success that he and his team have had. “As my last year attending Mt. SAC, I don't think the race could have gone any better," Dominguez said....

Cross-country looks to maintain pace

Cross-country looks to maintain pace

By Gabe O'Brien, Reporter

September 28, 2017

The Knights and Cubs lost their first BCL West cross-country meet on Sept. 19 against University High School, but strong performances...

Review: American Made

Review: American Made

By Gabe O'Brien, Reporter

November 7, 2017

“I was working for the CIA, the DEA and Pablo Escobar.” So says Barry Seal, an airline pilot turned international smuggler,...

Newman to Anthony

Newman to Anthony

By Owen Fahy, Editor-in-Chief

April 24, 2017

Sitting on the yellow First Student bus that shuttles Convent & Stuart Hall students between campuses, Jaden Newman looked...

Acting Lab to perform Sherlock Holmes mystery

Acting Lab to perform Sherlock Holmes mystery

By Anson Gordon-Creed, Senior Reporter

February 16, 2017

Acting Lab director Norm Luna and his students are working to bring the Sherlock Holmes adventure “The Hound of the...

Owen’s Opinion

Owen’s Opinion

November 2, 2017

The Stigma of Sadness

September 28, 2017

A student’s growth from freshman year to senior year is not linear. There are times of triumph and success, times of struggle and disappointment, but we must work to continue forward when feelings of...

Owen’s Opinion

Owen’s Opinion

September 28, 2017