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Sartaj Rajpal

Sartaj Rajpal, Editor-in-Chief

Senior Sartaj Rajpal is the editor-in-chief of The Roundtable. He has been with the publication for four years. In addition to writing, he enjoys fencing, recording music and solving interesting math problems.

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State vaccinates essential workers, elderly

State vaccinates essential workers, elderly

By Sartaj Rajpal, Editor-in-Chief
February 22, 2021
Polls close in tight race

Polls close in tight race

By Sartaj Rajpal, Editor-in-Chief
November 3, 2020
This graphic describes six county and state propositions that affect adolescents. Convent alumna Arianna Nassiri spearheaded the movement to get Proposition G, also known as Vote16 San Francisco, on the ballot this year.

New proposition could enfranchise teens

By Sartaj Rajpal, Editor-in-Chief
October 27, 2020
As an increasing number of colleges go test-optional for the 2020 admissions cycle due to test day cancellations because of COVID-19, students must decide whether or not taking standardized tests will help their applications. Some universities said they will adopt test-optional policies permanently, while others say they will require tests again once the pandemic has ended.

Colleges change testing policies

By Sartaj Rajpal, Editor-in-Chief
September 24, 2020
This graphic summarizes changes to the schedule in the coming school year. Convent & Stuart Hall split up the first semester into four sessions, and classes  will cover a semester of coursework in 4.5 weeks.

Year begins with remote learning

By Sartaj Rajpal, Editor-in-Chief
August 26, 2020
Senior athlete Dinh Tran performs in the 2020 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships where he took eighth place. Tran’s performance was live-streamed to the community in the Columbus Room in 2019, when he took second place in the U.S. Junior Championships.

Senior athlete trains for Olympics

By Sartaj Rajpal, Senior Reporter
May 21, 2020
Senior Cole Slater and junior Trieu Tran wait for the school shuttle next to a Jump scooter parked in front of the Pine/Octavia campus. Electric scooter-sharing systems like Jump, Skip, Spin and Lime brought thousands of new scooter units to San Francisco after securing city permits in 2019, but the rise in scooters is correlated with a rise in injuries.

E-scooter injuries rise among youth

By Sartaj Rajpal, Senior Reporter
February 14, 2020
Junior Eamonn Kenny retains possession of the ball at Stuart Hall’s away game against the Urban School at Beach Chalet Soccer Fields on Jan. 16. Varsity ended the season 7-10-1, with players saying they hope to win at NCS.

Knights end season with 4-6 record

By Sartaj Rajpal, Senior Reporter
February 14, 2020
Shun Kodaira-Lopez practices playing the timpani. Kodaira-Lopez began his musical career when he was just 4 years old.

Drumming away

By Sartaj Rajpal and Nik Chupkin
December 12, 2019
Junior Owen ODell runs out with the football team during the Pep Rally on Sept. 13. The event started Spirit Week, which will feature two games, a dance and special dress days.

Community preps for Homecoming

By Sartaj Rajpal, Senior Reporter
September 17, 2019
Mr. Campos teaches an ethics class. Campos is part of the theology faculty at Stuart Hall High School.

Annual back-to-school night to take place

By Sartaj Rajpal, Senior Reporter
September 4, 2019

Knights prepare for fall season

By Sartaj Rajpal, Senior Reporter
August 23, 2019
Jason Arzhintar ’19 teaches during the Theory of Knowledge class. Arzhintar
and his classmates have started a club to bring attention to events that
have fallen out of the news cycle or not received wide media attention.

New club pops up

By Sartaj Rajpal, Reporter
April 11, 2018
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