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Keldsen excels on the water

Keldsen excels on the water

Anson Gordon-Creed, Senior Reporter
April 27, 2017
Filed under Special Features

Every other weekday, Mats Keldsen ’18 is on the water in the San Francisco Bay, practicing for SHHS sailing team and he hopes someday, the Olympics. Sailing with his father since he was 7 years old, Mats’ training consists of not just boat drills and practices of procedure and maneuvering, but...

The Real Cost of Prom

The Real Cost of Prom

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

With prom season in full swing, the signature dance’s appearance on the horizon signals the arrival of one of the biggest school events of the year for upperclassmen, but disguised in the glamour of the night can be a host of social and financial pressures that students and their families must face...

Newman to Anthony

Newman to Anthony

Owen Fahy, Editor-in-Chief
April 24, 2017
Filed under A & E, Special Features

Sitting on the yellow First Student bus that shuttles Convent & Stuart Hall students between campuses, Jaden Newman looked out the window and the words “She a model” came into his head. Using Garageband and a microphone in his bedroom, Newman turned the three words into a song that has been playe...

Changing community faces challenges

Changing community faces challenges

Owen Fahy and Christopher Cohen
October 11, 2016
Filed under Special Features

IB courses offer more opportunities for integrated experiences  Two thousand ten marked the first year that Convent and Stuart Hall started offering coed classes. Six years later, the high schools continue to navigate the challenges and benefits of offering “a single sex education in a coed...

Small hits, large effects

Small hits, large effects

Maximillian Tellini, Reporter
October 6, 2016
Filed under Special Features, Sports

When the Knights football players strap on their helmets and take the field, they aren’t just concerned about big-hit concussions, but also about repetitive sub-concussive blows that can cause long-term effects on the brain. The big hits and resulting concussions can trigger brain disease, but repe...

The Rise of Anki

The Rise of Anki

Nick Everest and Christopher Cohen
April 22, 2016
Filed under Special Features

Anki is a multimedia flashcard program on both computers and mobile devices that was developed to be a more efficient and beneficial method of learning vocabulary. Having cards with both a visual and auditory element allows for higher comprehension and helps commit the card to long-term memory. HOW IT WORK...

Flying high

Flying high

Jackson Rhodes, Reporter
February 11, 2016
Filed under Special Features

“We’re soaring, flying, there’s not a star in heaven that we can’t reach.” This inspirational quote from the timeless High School Musical is something that is always in Colin’s head as he soars through our skies himself. Colin Car ‘16 is a full-time student and a part-time pilot. I first me...

The Day Doesn’t End at 3 O’Clock

The Day Doesn’t End at 3 O’Clock

Zack Hammer, Reporter
December 17, 2015
Filed under Special Features

In our latest edition of the roundtable, we polled students and faculty to see what they do after the school day ends at three o'clock. Everybody did something very interesting, but Mr. O'Connor's extra curricular activity was very interesting. Here is his story. Mr. O'Connor is part of his neig...

Year Number Four, Coming In Hot

Year Number Four, Coming In Hot

Jackson Rhodes, Reporter
October 15, 2015
Filed under Special Features

Common Application, UC Application, CSU Application, Deadlines, Stress. These are all words that are constantly in the air at The Hall this time of year. The Stuart Hall Seniors are in the middle of the college application process and, as a student in the class of 2016, the atmosphere has definitely s...

Community Spotlight: Mr. Luna

Community Spotlight: Mr. Luna

Owen Fahy, Editor-in-Chief
May 14, 2015
Filed under Special Features

  Many people have heard Mr. Luna’s stories, seen him around campus, and even been taught by him. He has created quite the legacy at Stuart Hall, and it only continues. Mr. Luna has been a part of the Sacred Heart Community since 1979, when he took a job at Stuart Hall for Boys. He had a fantastic...

Physics Coasters!

Physics Coasters!

Sam Cormier, Reporter
March 12, 2015
Filed under Special Features

  Mr. Woodard’s physics class recently made roller coasters to further their understanding of physics. The roller coasters, made out out of paper, tape, and cardboard, had to meet these requirements: at least two meters high, with at least two loops and two funnels, with a course that would...

Lil’ Kim

Lil’ Kim

Owen Fahy, Editor-in-Chief
March 5, 2015
Filed under Special Features

Gun shots rang out on June 25, 1950. Korea was at war, with itself. Some 75,000 soldiers from the North Korean People’s Army poured across the border into the Republic of Korea. Suddenly, the cold war had turned hot. Americans and other major political powers scrambled as the world feared that World...