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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...

The Stigma of Sadness

By Editorial Staff, The Roundtable

September 28, 2017

Filed under Opinion

A student’s growth from freshman year to senior year is not linear. There are times of triumph and success, times of struggle and disappointment, but we must work to continue forward when feelings of hopelessness arise. The common stereotype surrounding boys is that they are meant to be emotionless beings, never crying or being seen as weak. But there are times during life where feelings of hopelessness...

Owen’s Opinion

Owen’s Opinion

September 28, 2017

When the referee waved his arms to signal the end of the fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr. on Aug. 26 at T-Mobile Arena, the most anticipated fight of the year...

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...

Curriculum should incorporate Health and Wellness topics

Curriculum should incorporate Health and Wellness topics

May 5, 2017

Stuart Hall and most college-preparatory high schools do a fantastic job of preparing students in academic subjects such as mathematics, science and history, yet many neglect b...

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....

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....

A call for accessible options

By Editorial Staff, The Roundtable

March 2, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Convent and Stuart Hall High Schools have grown closer over the past few years, offering more coed classes as well as some coed sports. Yet, with the cohesion between both student bodies, the same opportunities are not open to both Convent and Stuart Hall students. The Broadway Campus has food available for students through the Epicurean service at all times during the school day. From breakfa...

Owen’s Opinion

Owen’s Opinion

February 16, 2017

A banner on the print edition of “New York Times” claims to report “All the news that's fit to print,” as it has since 1896, and now the"Times” finds it necessary to...

Just don’t do it

Just don’t do it

November 10, 2016

The next time you are on Muni, take a second to look out of your partially graffitied bus window and view the drivers in the cars next to you. There’s a high chance that many...

Owen’s Opinion

Owen’s Opinion

October 11, 2016

Two years of all-boys classes on an all-boys campus to seven weeks on two campuses in almost all coed classes has been quite the change. I was not quite sure how I felt about...

Is it cool to like community?

By Editorial Board

October 6, 2016

Filed under Opinion

There was an obvious stigma around school dances during the 2014-2015 school year: They aren’t cool, and if you go, you aren’t either. This message, among others, led to the first dance of that year being a complete flop, with less than 50 people from the two high schools showing up. The small showing and mediocre night only further instilled the feeling that dances weren’t fun, they were a wast...