The Roundtable

“Senioritis” decends on Pine & Octavia campus

“Senioritis” decends on Pine & Octavia campus

February 8, 2018

As the majority of college deadlines having passed, the Class of 2018 is facing the potential challenge of “senioritis,” the phenomenon of declining motivation and performance that...

Track and field is off and running

By Sartaj Rajpal, Reporter

February 8, 2018

Filed under Sports

With three section championships, two consecutive conference championships and five league titles all coming in the last six years, track and field is set to have another successful season, with many of the athletes returning. “We didn’t lose that many seniors, so I’m not concerned about that,” said head coach Michael Buckley. The team agrees they have what it takes to do well again this...

Current events affect classroom

Current events affect classroom

December 19, 2017

It has been over a year since the President of the United States was elected, and two years since the beginning of the presidential race. Yet, the country and those on the Stuart...

Senior finds passion in the pizza oven

Senior finds passion in the pizza oven

December 14, 2017

A senior has created an innovative catering company that is turning his passion for cooking into a way of making cash. J&J’s Pizza Company, run by Jonny Forman and his...

Hall misses out on championship

Hall misses out on championship

November 7, 2017

With Rincon Valley Christian’s win over Branson last Saturday, the Knights’ football team was eliminated from the Redwood Bowl Game and a chance at winning the league champ...

Cross-country lead pack at Mt. SAC

By Nicholas Hom, Editor-In-Chief

November 2, 2017

Filed under Sports

Laying back in his seat on the long bus ride back from the Mt. SAC Cross Country Invite in Walnut, California, Antonio Dominguez ’18 reflected upon his cross-country season and the success that he and his team have had. “As my last year attending Mt. SAC, I don't think the race could have gone any better," Dominguez said. "We completely destroyed the competition, and would have still won even...

Hall prepares to live up to hype

Hall prepares to live up to hype

November 2, 2017

After an exhilarating season last year, the Stuart Hall basketball team is hungry for more success as winter approaches. Last season the Knights went 22-9, winning the Damian Lillard...

Owen’s Opinion

Owen’s Opinion

November 2, 2017

After months of speculation and suspense, the first round of indictments in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation were handed down, confirming what I had suspected all...

Sophomore skater finds success on the ice

By Owen Murray, Senior Reporter

November 2, 2017

Filed under Sports

For nationally-ranked figure skater Dinh Tran ’20, the skating rink epitomizes competition, athleticism and dedication. Tran, who competes in events all across the world, has been skating during his free time for the majority of his life. “I started skating when I was 4 years old,” Tran said. “I actually don’t know why I started skating. I was invited by a few friends, and I guess I...

Wildfires serve as wake up call

Wildfires serve as wake up call

November 2, 2017

Recent catastrophic events in the counties of the northern Bay Area should prompt the Convent & Stuart Hall community to realize that good fortune isn’t to be taken for granted....

So close, yet so far

So close, yet so far

November 2, 2017

After one of the most successful soccer seasons in Stuart Hall’s history, the Knights bid for the BCL West Championship ended in consolatory embraces. In front of hundreds of fans...

Learning outside the classroom

Learning outside the classroom

November 2, 2017

Though seniors enrolled in the Justice: Theory and Society class have completed their compulsory 75 hours of service, Theology & Spirituality Director Raymond O’Connor’s...