The student-run publication of Stuart Hall High School

The Roundtable

The student-run publication of Stuart Hall High School

The Roundtable

The student-run publication of Stuart Hall High School

The Roundtable

Meet the Staff
The Roundtable's Staff Editorial Columnists are Senior Reporters Bailey Parent and Vlad Korostyshevski. While written by Parent
Anshsingh Ghayalod is sophomore and reporter for The Roundtable. He joined the team earlier this
Will Burns
Will Burns
Editor-in-Chief
Will Burns is a senior reporter for The Roundtable and has been part of the team since his freshman year. When he’s not writing,
The Crisis in San Francisco
The Crisis in San Francisco
By Ethan Yap, Reporter • April 11, 2024

Homelessness is a rampant problem in San Francisco. San Francisco now has a reputation of being a dirty city that is filled with homeless people. According...

Chinese Immersion Trip to Chengdu
Chinese Immersion Trip to Chengdu
By Christopher Chow, Reporter • April 9, 2024

On November 19th, ten Convent & Stuart Hall students studying Mandarin embarked on an unforgettable journey to Chengdu, China, opening their minds...

Berlin and Copenhagen urban exploration
By Giuseppe Scala and Ronan LiaoDecember 29, 2023

At the beginning of August this summer, 19 Convent and Stuart Hall seniors embarked on a journey to Copenhagen and Berlin. This school-facilitated...

Keeping up with CAS
By Ayden Arcillas, Chief of Staff • December 29, 2023

For many seniors this year, their projects are already on the move! Specifically for one stu- dent, Sebastian Horton-Vega (‘24), his project, “DiveIn”,...

Welcome Freshmen
By Sabastian Horten-Vega, Editor • December 29, 2023

As we begin the new school year, I’ve decided to reflect on the years prior, hopefully giving insight to the Freshmen that have just started high school....

Homecoming Football

Football season is back! And
the team is ready to build on what
they accomplished last year. A
championship is what many will
hope is at the end of the tunnel
for this season, following the dis-
appointing end to last year for all.
Among the entire team the
goals for the season are pretty
simple- “to have fun, to achieve
an 8-0 record, to bring home the
NCS championship, and to get
the Woodside Priory trophy”, as
Junior Geno Putt describes.
Not without hard work will
this dream come to fruition. But
with the new addition of many
freshmen, and the continued
training of many veterans from
last year, the team may have
enough to achieve their aims.
Their ambition to score big this
season is already showing in
their first preseason win against
(team) last Saturday, winning,
62-16. “Coach Rich and our other
coaches have been doing an ex-
ceptional job preparing our team
for this season. As for our team,
practice has been paying off, but
we will continue to stay hungry
and play motivated to win,” said
Sophomore lineman Nico Rivera.
Up next the team faces off
against Fresno Christian High
School at Kezar Stadium for the
homecoming weekend game.
Make sure to come out to support
the Knights!