The Roundtable

Frosh and JV win, Varsity postponed due to leak

By Christopher Cohen and Owen Murray

January 13, 2017

A leak in the Dungeon's roof may have stopped varsity basketball from playing as part of a scheduled tripleheader on Tuesday night, but it didn’t halt the frosh-soph and JV teams from emerging victorious in their games. “The floor needs to be fixed,” frosh-soph center Jackson Daecher ’19 said. “The floor was  hard to play on, and people were falling all over the place.” The fres...

The barrel sits outside the lobby in the Courtyard of the Pine and Octavia campus. It was placed due to January's strong rains causing the rain gutters to overflow.

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...

Five alumni college panelists speak to students during assembly on Monday. The panel is an annual event put on by the College Counseling office.

Alumni speak to students

January 9, 2017

Five Stuart Hall alumni returned to the Pine and Octavia campus this morning to speak with the current student body about issues relating to college life. The panel gave specifi...

Off-season athletes look to stay in shape

Off-season athletes look to stay in shape

December 19, 2016

Athletes are utilizing new equipment in the weight room during informal winter conditioning to stay in shape and prepare for spring sports. “It is an open program and is relatively...

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...

Glover performs at New York City's Bowery Ballroom in 2010. The rapper/comedian/actor begins a concert tour in Australia in January.

Glover proves to be Jack-of-all-trades

October 11, 2016

Every now and then, someone appears in the starlight who can do it all. He dominates every field he appears in without a hiccup. Stars like this are few and far apart, but Donald...

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...

Ocean makes waves

By Nicholas Everest, Editor

October 11, 2016

Four years after the release of his debut album “Channel Orange,” Frank Ocean returns a changed man. The raw lyrics and rich emotions on “Blonde” give the feel that he wrote this piece more for himself than anyone else. Listeners looking for “Channel Orange 2” are going to be disappointed when they hear “Blonde” for the first time. Ocean’s return sounds exactly like what you’d...

Changing community faces challenges

Changing community faces challenges

October 11, 2016

IB courses offer more opportunities for integrated experiences  Two thousand ten marked the first year that Convent and Stuart Hall started offering coed classes. Six ye...

Skylar Dela Cruz '19 starts the ascent up a hill at Golden Gate Park. The cross country team will compete next at the Castro Valley Invitational.

Cross-country looks to make state meet

October 11, 2016

Rejuvenated with new runners and guided by experienced captains, the cross-country team is breaking records as it moves into the the middle of its season and the Stanford Invitational...

Emilio Lopez '17 clears the ball in a game last week. The Knights have few games left to move into playoff contention as the regular season comes to a close at the end of October.

Varsity soccer looks to make playoffs despite record

October 11, 2016

Although soccer teams have had a little bit of a bumpy start to the season, both varsity and JV teams are turning their seasons around. Players have been training since Aug. 10,...

Is it cool to like community?

By Editorial Board

October 6, 2016

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...