The Roundtable

Students eat lunch in the Courtyard of the Pine/Octavia campus. The 15 long tables accommodated two people at a time, and 11 round tables accommodated one person.

Community resumes in-person instruction, adapts to new regulations

By Nik Chupkin & Sartaj Rajpal, Editors-in-Chief
November 6, 2020
This graphic describes the changes that Convent & Stuart Hall made to both campuses to reduce COVID-19 transmission in preparation for the return to campus on Nov. 4, 2020. The school also altered the schedule so that students have a break halfway through each block.

High schoolers to return to campus

By Nik Chupkin, Editor-in-Chief
November 3, 2020
Junior Connor Zanoli prays in his room during lockdown. Christians like Zanoli, as well as other religious students, have been unable to go to church due to social distancing restrictions.

Pandemic prohibits access to places of worship

By Owen Akel, Senior Reporter
October 27, 2020
As an increasing number of colleges go test-optional for the 2020 admissions cycle due to test day cancellations because of COVID-19, students must decide whether or not taking standardized tests will help their applications. Some universities said they will adopt test-optional policies permanently, while others say they will require tests again once the pandemic has ended.

Colleges change testing policies

By Sartaj Rajpal, Editor-in-Chief
September 24, 2020

NBA must focus on players’ mental well-being

By Henry Murray, Sports Editor
September 24, 2020
This graphic groups counties into four tiers based on the number of cases and testing positivity rate, with San Francisco being in the “Substantial” tier with 9.8 new cases per 100 thousand people and a 3.4% COVID-19 testing positivity rate. California implemented the plan on Aug. 31 and will review data weekly.

California adopts new plan for reopening

By Owen Akel, Senior Reporter
September 4, 2020
This graphic summarizes changes to the schedule in the coming school year. Convent & Stuart Hall split up the first semester into four sessions, and classes  will cover a semester of coursework in 4.5 weeks.

Year begins with remote learning

By Sartaj Rajpal, Editor-in-Chief
August 26, 2020
Senior Vasco Travis holds a plank in his backyard during the summer in preparation for football. Although fall sports were postponed until January, athletes are staying in shape by either working out by themselves or following an Athletics Department program.

Fall sports to begin in winter

By Will Burns, Senior Reporter
August 26, 2020

COVID-19 related mental health issues need to be addressed

By Owen Murray, Editor-in-Chief
May 21, 2020
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