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Owen’s Opinion

Owen’s Opinion

May 26, 2017

Not many things in life besides life, itself, have a hard deadline. One of those few experiences with a deadline is high school, and for me, that date is May 25. As the Class of 2017 walked off the stage at...

New gadget appears on campus

New gadget appears on campus

May 26, 2017

Triangles and cubes click and whir in an increasing number of Stuart Hall classrooms, yet  the faculty has taken no official stance on so-called “stress relief devices.” Sales for spinners and the Kickstarter-funde...

Meditation Club heads to Petaluma

Meditation Club heads to Petaluma

May 13, 2017

A small group of student and teacher meditators had a both relaxing and eventful retreat on a remote ranch in Marin over the past weekend. Scott Roos led the Meditation Club on the retreat hosted by club...

New mural appears in back stairs

New mural appears in back stairs

May 11, 2017

Stuart Hall’s newest mural, currently is in progress in the western upstairs stairwell, not only honors the school’s namesake, but is also the focus of a class discussion of art and mathematics. The ...

Keldsen excels on the water

Keldsen excels on the water

April 27, 2017

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,...

Golf looks to go undefeated

Golf looks to go undefeated

April 27, 2017

With a tournament win and undefeated season to date, the golf team looks poised to capture its first-ever league title and contend for a North Coast Section title as well. “After a slow start to the...

The Real Cost of Prom

The Real Cost of Prom

April 24, 2017

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...

Horowitz, McDonald lead track and field

Horowitz, McDonald lead track and field

April 24, 2017

Track and field athletes are looking to improve their personal record times while bringing in another league title after losing to University High School last year in the North Coast Section championships. “We...

Swim team on the rise

Swim team on the rise

April 24, 2017

Although swimming got off to a rocky start with three consecutive losses, the high-spirited team is on a roll. The team pulled away with an important win against Lick-Wilmerding on April 4. Captain...

Owen’s Opinion

Owen’s Opinion

April 24, 2017

The University of North Carolina captured its sixth NCAA Div. I Men’s Basketball National championship in school history when it beat Gonzaga University 71-65, earlier this month. This achievement will...

Students Build Businesses

Students Build Businesses

April 24, 2017

While some students are preparing ideas to win this year’s annual, four-division, $2,500 Launch Grant, some students have gotten ahead of the curve and begun their own companies in hopes to use grant...

Dare to Risk

Dare to Risk

April 24, 2017

With Stuart Hall students making headlines for starting businesses and making music, it is not hard to see that the Hall is filled with passionate people with inventive minds. From Visual Fanatic to FreshSF to Jaden Newman’s ...