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A Look at College Basketball

A Look at College Basketball

February 25, 2014
Filed under Special Features

Title Contenders as we move towards the tournament By: Connor Abbott '14 As we pass the half point of the season in NCAA Basketball, we find a much different season that had been expected. While we might have predicted teams like Kansas, Duke, Kentucky, Louisville, and Michigan to be battling...

Knights Basketball Update

Knights Basketball Update

January 28, 2014
Filed under Special Features, Sports

New arrivals expected to make an immediate impact By: Connor Abbott '14 In the first league game of the season, the Stuart Hall basketball team took it to their opposition, the Urban Blues. Good shooting and even better rebounding made everyone on the court in a white jersey look goo...

Knights Wrestling Update

Knights Wrestling Update

January 23, 2014
Filed under Special Features, Sports

Olympians at the Hall By: Will Paulsen '15 The Stuart Hall high school wrestling team was started in 2011 by Alex Asdourian. Coach Woodard has been with the team from the start, helping Alex and a group of students get the team off the ground. “A couple of guys wanted to start a club and I alway...

Halloween at The Hall 2013

November 1, 2013
Filed under News, Special Features, Video

Check out some of the many random and funny costumes found around The Hall this year!

Syria

Syria

September 15, 2013
Filed under Special Features

by Zack Hammer '16 Have they gone too far? There aren’t any rules in war, right? According to the UN there are. The current outrage against Syria’s alleged use of illegal chemical weapons on rebels has sparked an international controversy. Although it is not 100% proven, Hundreds of videos have b...

Knights Baseball Update

Knights Baseball Update

April 25, 2013
Filed under Special Features, Sports

Knights now tied for first in league play - Stephen Everest '15 For the last couple of years, Stuart Hall has been the power of the BCL West conference, not having lost a league game in almost 3 years. However, after a stunning home loss to rival Marin Academy, the baseball team found themselves in se...

Retreats: A time for reflection and building class unity

Retreats: A time for reflection and building class unity

March 28, 2013
Filed under Special Features

Last Friday, March 22, the Stuart Hall community divided into class groups and went on their separate ways for Retreat Day. A bonding day for freshmen - Omid Ravanfar '16 Retreats are time for students to come together and strengthen their friendships, while having an enjoyable experience....

What’s For Lunch?

What’s For Lunch?

February 27, 2013
Filed under News, Opinion, Special Features

By: Liam Lynch '13 Schools Need to Shape Up Their Dining Options Head into your school cafeteria today, and you can expect to see an alluring array of lunch comestibles waiting for hungry children to scoop them up and devour them. The majority of elementary and high schools across the nation carry the same oh-so-beloved and reliable preset weekly meal plan s...

Dubstep: Music With a New Kick

Dubstep: Music With a New Kick

February 14, 2013
Filed under Special Features

By: James Hernandez '15 Dropping the Bass on New Media Chances are that you have listened to Dubstep or have at least heard of it. Dubstep is a rising part of the media’s music ventures. This new type of music is as different and promising as Rock and Roll, The Blues, Rap, as well as Hip-Hop. D...

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis at The Fillmore

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis at The Fillmore

December 17, 2012
Filed under Special Features

By: Stephen Everest ‘15 On October 21, 2012, I went to my first concert at the Fillmore. It was an experience I will remember forever. Seeing a concert in such a historic venue was exciting, but even more so was the artist I was seeing. The opening acts of Xperience and Dee-1 were good, but w...

Fun in the Sun: Summer 2012

Fun in the Sun: Summer 2012

September 15, 2012
Filed under Special Features

By Connor Abbott '14 Slept through summer? Here's what you missed. Summer Vacation is always a welcome fun to the High School student; we have little responsibility, and our days usually start at noon and consist of doing absolutely nothing productive with our friends. Despite the general laziness of...

Running to the Finish Line

Running to the Finish Line

May 10, 2012
Filed under Special Features, Sports

by Liam Lynch '13 The season for the 2012 Track team is finally coming to a close, and is heading to the home stretch. This year’s team has been dynamic and is on the cutting edge with a host of new talent from all classes. Every event this year, from the long distance to the sprints and hurdles...