The Roundtable

Games put students at risk

By Anson Gordon-Creed, Senior Reporter

December 14, 2017

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While the gaming community continues to experience growth and awareness around the potential negative effects of video games is also rising. A debate over the significance of violence in the gaming world has sparked the interest of industry professionals and gamers alike. Some, such as lawyer Jack Thompson, have claimed gaming encourages anti-social behavior, while others have argued that all media, including video-games, contains inevi...

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...

50-gallon drum helps Hall with drought

50-gallon drum helps Hall with drought

January 11, 2017

The 4-foot-tall, black, plastic barrel sitting on a pallet outside the front lobby of the Pine and Octavia campus collecting water throughout this week’s rainy weather isn’t...

The Day Doesn’t End at 3 O’Clock

The Day Doesn’t End at 3 O’Clock

December 17, 2015

In our latest edition of the roundtable, we polled students and faculty to see what they do after the school day ends at three o'clock. Everybody did something very interest...