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Curriculum should incorporate Health and Wellness topics

Curriculum should incorporate Health and Wellness topics

Christopher Cohen, Managing Editor
May 5, 2017
Filed under Opinion

Stuart Hall and most college-preparatory high schools do a fantastic job of preparing students in academic subjects such as mathematics, science and history, yet many neglect basic health and wellness topics necessary to become the lively and robust men of courage and integrity we strive for. Nut...

Owen’s Opinion: Student Athletics or NBA Incubator?

Owen’s Opinion: Student Athletics or NBA Incubator?

Owen Fahy, Editor-in-Chief
April 24, 2017
Filed under Opinion

The University of North Carolina captured its sixth NCAA Div. I Men’s Basketball National championship in school history when it beat Gonzaga University 71-65, earlier this month. This achievement will stand in record books but the game itself will not be remembered in a few years as it lacked the...

Dare to Risk

Dare to Risk

Editorial Staff
April 24, 2017
Filed under Opinion

With Stuart Hall students making headlines for starting businesses and making music, it is not hard to see that the Hall is filled with passionate people with inventive minds. From Visual Fanatic to FreshSF to Jaden Newman’s music, Stuart Hall is a place filled with great ideas and people who are en...

Editorial: A call for accessible options

Editorial Board, The Roundtable
March 2, 2017
Filed under Opinion

Convent and Stuart Hall High Schools have grown closer over the past few years, offering more coed classes as well as some coed sports. Yet, with the cohesion between both student bodies, the same opportunities are not open to both Convent and Stuart Hall students. The Broadway Campus has food available for s...

Owen’s Opinion: This week in hate

Owen’s Opinion: This week in hate

Owen Fahy, Editor-in-Chief
February 16, 2017
Filed under Opinion

A banner on the print edition of “New York Times” claims to report “All the news that's fit to print,” as it has since 1896, and now the"Times” finds it necessary to publish a subsection on intolerance under the opinion tab on its website. “This week in hate” has published a weekly article...

Just don’t do it

Just don’t do it

Editorial Board
November 10, 2016
Filed under Opinion

The next time you are on Muni, take a second to look out of your partially graffitied bus window and view the drivers in the cars next to you. There’s a high chance that many of them will be on their phone, texting. Nearly 330,000 injuries occur each year from accidents caused by texting while driving,...

Owen’s Opinion

Owen’s Opinion

Owen Fahy, Editor-in-Chief
October 11, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Two years of all-boys classes on an all-boys campus to seven weeks on two campuses in almost all coed classes has been quite the change. I was not quite sure how I felt about having five classes at Convent for the first time, just as I was beginning to grasp the concept of high school as I headed...

Is it cool to like community?

Editorial Board
October 6, 2016
Filed under Opinion

There was an obvious stigma around school dances during the 2014-2015 school year: They aren’t cool, and if you go, you aren’t either. This message, among others, led to the first dance of that year being a complete flop, with less than 50 people from the two high schools showing up. The small showing an...

This Land is Your Land

This Land is Your Land

Virgil McCorgray, Class of 2016
May 19, 2016
Filed under Opinion

The future is in small, modernized states--not gigantic, militaristic/industrial countries. Our growing nation, 318.9 million strong, stretched across an entire continent, 3,000 some miles, could be most optimistically described as “too big to fail.” Acknowledging the urbanization of the wealth...

The Struggles of a Student Athlete

The Struggles of a Student Athlete

Harry Billings, Reporter
February 11, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Over the fall and winter sports seasons, I have been hearing the same issue coming up over and over again. Both in my own home, and all across school from students and faculty alike. This is the topic of leaving classes before dismissal in order to get to a sports game. From time to time, entire teams...

Who’s Bringing Home the Gold?

Who’s Bringing Home the Gold?

Nick Everest, Reporter
February 4, 2016
Filed under Opinion

The 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards are coming up, February 15th, and the competition is extremely strong. With albums from artists like Kendrick Lamar, Taylor Swift, and The Weeknd all contending for GRAMMYS, the picks are extremely tough. Rising artists like Meghan Trainor, Sam Hunt, and James Bay have also e...

Grammy Predictions

Grammy Predictions

Stephen Everest
February 5, 2015
Filed under Opinion

I am going to be 100% accurate By: Stephen Everest '15 This year, the 57th annual Grammy Awards will be held on February 8, 2015. Taking place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, the biggest music stars in the world will gather to enjoy music’s most prestigious night. This year’s host is LL...