The Roundtable

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

February 14, 2020

With a rapid increase in the accessibility of rentable electric scooters in San Francisco, injuries are becoming more common, according to a study conducted by the University of California, San Francisco. “Every San Franciscan knows that about two years...

Owen's Opinion

Owen’s Opinion

December 12, 2019

San Francisco embodies the American tech boom, serves as a center of innovation, fosters strong markets and grows neo-progressive ideals, but that doesn’t mean we can ignore its fi...

Randy Dumalig ’18 performs at the SIA benefit concert which was held on Dec. 1 to raise money for the victims of
the California fires. The concert was just one of many ways that SIA tries to help others around the holidays.

Service is in the air

December 19, 2017

Multiple Stuart Hall & Convent service clubs have been working to make life better for San Franciscans with limited resources. Students-in-Action’s annual toy drive,...