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Girls Swimming Senior Night Rescheduled over Chemical Imbalance

Mariel Barocas, Opinion Editor

(Disclosure: Editor-in-Chief Abby Bushell, who is a swim and dive team member, provided background and contact information for sources used by the author of this piece). The m...  Read More »

October 24, 2016 • 0 comments

The New School Opens on Strawberry Hill

October 19, 2016

On Thursday Sept. 1, 2016, The New School, Stamford Public Schools’ newest elementary school, opened on Strawberry Hill Avenue. Due to its partnership...  Read More »

SHS Hosts Red Cross Blood Drive

October 13, 2016

On Thursday Oct. 13, 2016, SHS helped the Red Cross hold a blood drive. The blood drive was held in the small gymnasium in the school. Many students and...  Read More »

Stamford Public Schools Hosts First High School Hackathon

September 23, 2016

On Sunday September 18, 2016, Stamford High School hosted its first STEM ( science, technology, engineering and mathematics) hackathon. The Hackathon...  Read More »

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Protecting Yourself During Flu Season

Beverly Reyes, Features Editor

Every autumn brings us beautiful foliage, cool weather and pumpkin-spiced-flavored everything; however, autumn also means the dreaded flu season. Although people can get the flu at any time ...  Read More »

October 5, 2016 • 0 comments

One World Trade Center Stands Tall

September 12, 2016

September 11, 2001 is a date that will go down in history as one of the most infamous and memorable dates in the minds of too many Americans. “Ground zero” will forever ...  Read More »

A School Year for the Books

June 13, 2016

As we approach the end of the school year, it is time that we look back at all of the great things we have accomplished this past year. From in the classroom to on the athletic...  Read More »

An Inside Look at the Life Skills Program at SHS

June 8, 2016

Many students and teachers at Stamford High are unaware of a great program that has a huge impact on some of their fellow peers. The Activities of Daily Living is part...  Read More »

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Why We Don’t Need Another Andrew Jackson in the White House

Mariel Barocas, Opinion Editior

The entire world is currently standing as a silent witness to a cycle of history devastating our 2016 presidential election. Andrew Jackson’s controversial presidency was ci...  Read More »

October 21, 2016 • 0 comments

Why We Can’t Let Clowns Turn Stamford Into a Circus

October 11, 2016

Everyone has seen the videos online. They’re all more or less the same. “We were just driving, and we see this guy in the middle of the road. Oh my god, here he comes! Holy s***! Ca...  Read More »

Is the New Attendance Policy a Step in the Right Direction?

September 19, 2016

A new attendance policy was instituted at Stamford High this year. Two Round Table writers discuss their support or skepticism of the new program. Read...  Read More »

Letter to Incoming Juniors

September 2, 2016

Dear incoming juniors, Junior year provides: newfound freedoms, new friends, respect, and...who really cares. What you really need to know is how t...  Read More »

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Back from the Dead

October 23. The day we have all been waiting for, the day our favorite show returns. The day we finally get to know who was Lucilled. I am EXTREMELY excited! We finally...  Read More »

October 20, 2016 • 1 comment

An Interview with Michael Campion from “Fuller House”

October 17, 2016

Round Table staffer Andrew Cohen recently interviewed Michael Campion, who plays Jackson Fuller on Netflix's Fuller House for his podcast, "Five Live Comedy."...  Read More »

The Milky Wayv Meets Earth

October 14, 2016

The Milky Wayv is one of the great hidden gems of the Internet. They are a record label and a collective that have made a name through SoundCloud. Created...  Read More »

“Scream Queens” Returns for Season 2

September 30, 2016

They're back! Scream Queens returned for a second season on FOX Tuesday, September 20th. Ryan Murphy, who is also the writer and producer of American Hor...  Read More »

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This Phone is Literally on Fire

Nick Lucente, Science/Technology Editor

Samsung released its latest edition of smartphones in late August. With this release came the Galaxy Note 7. It quickly became the new phone that everyone wanted; its display...  Read More »

September 12, 2016 • 0 comments

Senses and Sensibility

May 25, 2016

The five senses; as a child we all learned about the basic five senses and never thought anymore of it. Taste, smell, sight, hearing, and touch are all...  Read More »

Why We Need to “Bee” More Cautious

April 21, 2016

Recently, bees have been all the buzz. Across the globe, bees have been dying at an unprecedented rate. This is called the Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD)....  Read More »

What’s the Deal With that 3D Printer?

April 13, 2016

Last fall, Stamford High received a 3D printer from the school district. However, the printer was given without a purpose in mind and as a result the pri...  Read More »

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This Season’s Must Have: Chokers

Evelyn Menedez, Staff Writer

As many of us know, fashion trends are always coming and going; they are always moving in different directions, even if it is only from one season to another. Social media...  Read More »

October 25, 2016 • 0 comments

These Fashion Businesses are Making a Difference

October 6, 2016

Giving back has never been so easy. While you're shopping online for your favorite articles of clothing, accessories and everyday items, take a look at t...  Read More »

Psychology Behind The Use of Makeup

September 28, 2016

Even in the smallest nooks and crannies around the world, makeup is used by both men and women. The trend started over 6,000 years ago with Egyptian, Chinese,...  Read More »

Would You Pay $400 for a Hair Dryer?

September 22, 2016

Dyson’s newest creation, the Supersonic Fuchsia Hair Dryer, is a $400 hair dryer that Dyson spent $67 million developing over the past four years with...  Read More »

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New Sailing Team For SHS

Scott Krupa, Staff Writer

On Sunday, October 2, NESA’s (New England Sailing Association) second annual Northeast High School Keel Boat Invitational was hosted by Stamford Yacht Club for schools up ...  Read More »

October 7, 2016 • 0 comments

Black Knights Sports Roundup

October 5, 2016

Stamford High School kicked off a weekend full of sports with a football team win versus Brien McMahon’s Senators. Friday night’s match up under the...  Read More »

Marlins’ Pitcher Jose Fernandez Dies at 24

September 27, 2016

Jose Fernandez, pitcher for the Miami Marlins, was killed in a boating accident in Florida early Sunday morning at the age of 24. The 32-foot boat was...  Read More »

Stamford Football Wins on Final Drive

September 12, 2016

Stamford High pulled out its first win of the season this past weekend against Danbury High. The win was a gutsy one.  Stamford pulled out in the final...  Read More »

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Around the Table – Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Ashleigh Lyons, Staff Writer

Stamford High's own "Top Chef" Ashleigh Lyons shows you a quick and painless recipe for some delicious chocolate chunk cookies. Happy eating! Music used with permission,...  Read More »

October 18, 2016 • 0 comments

Burger Quest Episode 1: Lucky’s

October 18, 2016

Burgers are important, and personally, one of my favorite foods. This past Wednesday senior Mileena Donawa and I went out to Lucky’s and tried one of...  Read More »

Freshman Impressions

October 7, 2016

Round Table staffers decided that halfway through the first marking period would be a good time to check in on our new freshman class.  Here are their...  Read More »

Can You Guess These Teacher Face-Swaps?

June 8, 2016

How well can you recognize your own teachers? Try to figure out whose faces the Round Table swapped! Answer:  Isaac Odoom and Paul Welch Ans...  Read More »

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