The Roundtable

Pura vida

Pura vida

February 11, 2019

The sixth-annual Sophomore Class Costa Rica trip in mid January emphasized community through coed group activities, exposed students to a different culture, and taught them about...

Winter dance starts off semester

Winter dance starts off semester

February 11, 2019

Students played casino games, danced and socialized with friends at the Winter Formal in Convent’s Main Hall on Jan. 25. “Winter Formal is a great opportunity for everyone...

Knights set out to win postseason

Knights set out to win postseason

February 11, 2019

With the wins over University on Tuesday, Marin Academy on Thursday and San Domenico on Saturday, the Knights are now 21-4 for the season and look forward to the playoffs. “We’re...

Football Delivers Homecoming Win

Football Delivers Homecoming Win

September 29, 2018

Stuart Hall football topped off Homecoming weekend with a win that continued the Knight’s undefeated record. Smiting South Fork High School 50-34 on Sept. 22 at Kezar Stadium put...

Mogan prepares for Enduro mountain biking competition

Mogan prepares for Enduro mountain biking competition

April 18, 2018

Mountain biking enthusiast Flynn Mogan regularly dedicates weekday afternoons and much of weekends to biking, so when it came time for him to prepare for a race that takes...

Sage leaves students unsatisfied

By Owen Murray, Senior Reporter

April 11, 2018

Filed under News

With two supermarkets within a mile of the school, Stuart Hall isn’t technically a food desert, but time constraints and limited on-campus choices make a variety of fresh lunch options seem like a mirage to students. Stuart Hall has two on-campus lunch choices — Sage Dining Services and Walt’s Catering Service. Sage is officially contracted by the school, while Walt’s food truck stops by...

New club pops up

New club pops up

April 11, 2018

Three juniors have created a club to address and bring awareness to forgotten or ignored issues that are important. “We make projects and we have a website that coordinates...

New face in the admissions office

By Anson Gordon-Creed, Senior Reporter

April 11, 2018

Filed under News

The east-side office, behind the front desk on the Pine & Octavia campus, has a new occupant. Greg Lobe, Stuart Hall’s newest associate director of admissions, has been in his position since the academic year began in August. “It’s great he’s here,” Dean Reynolds Marquette said. “We all miss [Shuja] Kahn because we had a relationship with him and he did a great job, but Greg has...

Senior lectures on genocide

Senior lectures on genocide

April 11, 2018

Speakers at the Jewish Family and Children’s Services’ annual Day of Learning tend to be adults, but a Stuart Hall student was invited to lead a workshop at this year’s event...

School shooting sparks national gun conversation

School shooting sparks national gun conversation

April 11, 2018

Following the murder of 17 students at his school, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, senior David Hogg has gained national acclaim for his outspoken stance on gun control and school safety....

Chemistry teacher receives Conroy Award

By Anson Gordon-Creed, Senior Reporter

March 5, 2018

Filed under News

Some go to France for romance, others for art, but science teacher Shannon Halkyard is going for chemistry on money granted to him by the school. “My proposal was to spend time in France,” Halkyard said. “France had a big role in the development of modern chemistry. We’ve studied the theories and laws of many French chemists in high school, and I hope this trip will provide my class with some n...

“Senioritis” decends on Pine & Octavia campus

“Senioritis” decends on Pine & Octavia campus

February 8, 2018

As the majority of college deadlines having passed, the Class of 2018 is facing the potential challenge of “senioritis,” the phenomenon of declining motivation and performance that...