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The Roundtable

Prom Dos and Don’ts

Prom Dos and Don’ts

April 1, 2011
Filed under Opinion

Article by Joey Jweinat '14 It is that time of year again, which all high school juniors and seniors wait for. Prom. It is the one time of year that high school girls and boys get dressed up and shine for a formal event. For some students, it may be the first formal event they have ever attended. The ...

Going for Gold

Going for Gold

February 23, 2011
Filed under Opinion

No, it’s not the Olympics - it’s the Oscars, and considering they follow a wide array of awards for the film industry (namely the SAGs, the Director’s Guild Awards, Golden Globes, and BAFTA), they may seem a little anti-climactic, but here are my picks for Oscar gold. Best Picture: 127 Hours, Bla...

Music Tips 1: The Basics

Music Tips 1: The Basics

January 20, 2011
Filed under Opinion

Article by: Connor Bottum '11 People often come to me seeking advice on how to broaden their musical tastes or find new songs in a genre they already love. While I cannot say I know everything about every genre, I certainly do have a love of music and have, over the years, come up with some tools...

School Dances: The pros and cons

October 13, 2010
Filed under News, Opinion

Vlog: Our video reporters ask Stuart Hall's students about school dances . . ....

The Big Apple

The Big Apple

September 28, 2010
Filed under News, Opinion

Apple has taken another step up on the charts as one of the biggest enterprises in the world. In June, the iPhone 4 was released, making it one of the most popular and highest-grossing phones in stock. Just in the past few weeks, Apple has created an updated iTunes: iTunes 10. In addition, Apple has re...

Blurring Stereotypes

Blurring Stereotypes

June 5, 2010
Filed under Opinion

Up until high school, it was established that boys played basketball in the schoolyard and used the grade on their most recent math test as an arbiter of intelligence, while girls read mystery novels during recess and earned A’s in English class. As a student at a co-ed middle school, the lines ...

College Profile: Tulane University

College Profile: Tulane University

June 2, 2010
Filed under Opinion

Location, location, location.  Is that important when you are looking at a college?  Some people want to stay close to home, others want to go far, but everyone wants to end up somewhere that will provide entertainment when they take a break from studying.  With that in mind, I visited Tulane in New Or...

College Profile: UC Berkeley

College Profile: UC Berkeley

March 9, 2010
Filed under Opinion

The University of California is a public school located in Berkeley, California and was founded in 1869. U.S. News & World Report ranked Cal's undergraduate program 21st in the nation. In an interview with Tom Pardini, a member of the SHHS graduating class of 2008 and a founding editor of the roundtable, we get a student’s insight on...

Was it Worth the Value?

Was it Worth the Value?

March 9, 2010
Filed under Opinion

On Monday, January 11, students revisited a school tradition of exploring a topic involving values and character. Although a new experience for some, the day has been a key piece of the Stuart Hall curriculum since it first opened its doors. Values Day, originally started through the combined efforts of ...