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Olivia Rodrigo Perfectly Captures Teen Angst with Strong Debut

Olivia Rodrigo Perfectly Captures Teen Angst with Strong Debut

Kaitlyn Pepa, Staff Writer June 14, 2021

Olivia Rodrigo’s debut album, SOUR, under the label Geffen Records, perfectly encapsulates teenage angst and hardships through songs of heartbreak, anger, and wistfulness. Rodrigo first made a name for...

Bo Burnham is Back in Innovative Netflix Special

Bo Burnham is Back in Innovative Netflix Special

Juliet Morris, Staff Writer June 11, 2021

Bitingly sarcastic and witty comedian Bo Burnham has come out with a new comedy special after taking a five year hiatus from performing. The special, Inside, was released on Netflix on May 30. Bo doesn’t...

“Things Heard & Seen” Struggles to Find Balance

Hannah Schager, Staff Writer June 10, 2021

Amityville Horror meets Shirley in the 2021 psychological thriller, Things Heard & Seen, directed by Shari Springer and Berman Robert Pulcini. Amanda Seyfried and James Norton star as parents, Catherine...

“Friends” Reunion Gives Fans All the Feels

Shayla Pensiero, Staff Writer June 9, 2021

The long awaited reunion between the beloved cast of Friends has finally been released on HBO Max! This TV reunion happened to be only the second time all six of the cast members had been together since...

Spring Concert Held in Boyle Stadium

Symeria Fallons Pryor, Reporter June 8, 2021

Due to COVID restrictions, the music department held their spring concert in Boyle Stadium for the first time. Symeria Fallons Pryor was on the scene for The Round Table.

Things Heard and Seen: Movie Review

Hannah Schager , Correspondent May 25, 2021

  Amityville Horror meets Shirley in the 2021 psychological thriller, Things Heard & Seen, directed by Shari Springer and Berman Robert Pulcini. Amanda Seyfried and James Norton star as...

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Greta Van Fleet Struts Down “The Battle at Garden’s Gate”

Nico Peragine, Staff Writer April 20, 2021

Michigan hard rock band Greta Van Fleet’s sophomore studio record “The Battle at Garden’s Gate” tackles the sound of numerous 1960s and 1970s bands, such as Led Zeppelin, in its lengthy runtime....

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Student Recognized in State Competition for Ceramic Artwork

Sofia Sarak and Claudisson Paul February 11, 2021

Ivana Nique was one of the six Stamford High students recently recognized by the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards for their artwork. Nique, a junior, won two Gold Key awards in the Connecticut regional...

The Strawberry Hill Players' Method for Virtual Success

The Strawberry Hill Players’ Method for Virtual Success

Gabriella Argenio, Reporter February 5, 2021

Among many activities that the pandemic has disrupted, Stamford High’s Drama Club, The Strawberry Hill Players, seems to be one of its biggest. It is hard to find a way to sing, dance and act on stage,...

Taylor Swift Masterfully Continues Her Exploration into Folk Music

Gracie Marcinczyk, Staff Writer January 30, 2021

Taylor Swift took the internet by surprise on December 20, 2020 with a social media post announcing her new album “evermore,” set to be released that same night at midnight, making it her second surprise...

Is Hyperpop the Future of the Music Industry?

Is Hyperpop the Future of the Music Industry?

Nico Peragine, Staff Writer December 22, 2020

Music is an enduring and ever-evolving form of media, so it is only natural for the question of “what is next?” to spring up quite often. While subgenres such as lowercase, cloud rap, and witch house...

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“Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be”: A Must-Read For All Students Applying to College

Sofia Sarak, Editor-in-Chief December 16, 2020

I am a senior in high school, on the brink of finding out which colleges and universities will welcome me to their campuses and which, to my disappointment, will reject me. Even though my parents never...

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