The Round Table

SHS Grad George Hancock Reflects on Success

SHS Grad George Hancock Reflects on Success

Emil Sanchez, Reporter

April 18, 2018


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Reporter Emil Sanchez sat down with SHS graduate Kevin George, also known as George Hancock, to discuss his music career.

Movie Review: Ready Player One

Movie Review: Ready Player One

Andrew Cohen, SHS Student

April 4, 2018


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Hey Guys! Let's talk about Ready Player One, the new cyberpunk action-adventure from Steven Spielberg. Ready Player One starts off with our protagonist, Wade Watts, explaining the current world: It's 2045, people live in piles of garbage, and most people escape their reality using the OASIS, a VR...

Lack of Original Films

Lack of Original Films

Lalith Goli, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018


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The 21st century may seem like the age of creation and innovation, but in reality it’s anything but, especially with films. Lack of original thoughts are evident within films in the past decade, as remakes and adaptations make up the majority of filmography taking place in Hollywood. And if they aren’t...

Where Do Movie Ratings Come From?

Where Do Movie Ratings Come From?

Jacob Herz, Staff Writer

February 24, 2018


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Ever wonder how movies on websites like Rotten Tomatoes or IMDB are rated? These outlets for finding the best and worst movies and television shows. Some compile numerous reviews to get one overall review. Others have specific reviews of top rated critics. It all poses the question: What is more reliable?...

Do Award Shows Represent Equality?

Do Award Shows Represent Equality?

Thomas Murray, Staff Writer

February 5, 2018


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The Grammys were once the most prestigious award a musician could possibly attain. The Grammy's honor musicians for all of their hard work and determination, however, throughout the past decade, the Grammys became infamous for their lack of diversity, excluding women and minorities in multiple categories....

Album Review: Last of The Acid Cowboys

Album Review: Last of The Acid Cowboys

Ben Jachimczyk, Staff Writer

February 3, 2018


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In an industry ravaged by excessive snares and commercial soulless pop, it is satisfying to hear the occasional sound of actual people playing actual instruments. Over the past year I’ve discovered many newly formed bands, but none really struck me like Evolfo. Evolfo, who calls themselves a “garage...

Music and Drama Programs Come Full Circle for Stamford Music Teacher

Music and Drama Programs Come Full Circle for Stamford Music Teacher

Christian Tarzia, Staff Writer

February 2, 2018


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Josh Sette is a very well known musician in the Stamford area. He is a teacher at Rogers International School, performs music for local plays and musicals constantly, and is loved by tons of people (he’s also my cousin). Despite graduating from Stamford High School more than ten years ago, he has still...

Our Picks: Best Rap Albums of 2017

Our Picks: Best Rap Albums of 2017

Bovis Boursiquot and Emil Sanchez

February 2, 2018


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Round Table reporters and hip hop enthusiasts Bovis Boursiquot and Emil Sanchez giv e a breakdown of their top 5 rap albums of 2017.

Movie Review: Ferdinand

Movie Review: Ferdinand

Joseph Bagan, Staff Writer

January 25, 2018


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Amidst the wave of rough, pugnacious films currently being produced, Ferdinand is a diamond in the rough. The movie tells the tale of a young bull raised in the rural Spanish countryside.However, the story’s themes reveal much more than what one would expect to be a silly kids movie. The movie begins...

Album Review: No Warning

Album Review: No Warning

Krantz Medeus, Staff Writer

January 17, 2018


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No Warning is a bit different from other rap releases of 2017 mainly because it is not an album that belongs to a single artist. The album is a collaboration between some of genre’s biggest names; Offset, 21 Savage, and producer Metro Boomin. These artist along with the ones featured on the tracks...

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