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Round Table Archives : Weighted GPA Debate, 1985

Round Table Archives : Weighted GPA Debate, 1985

Ayla Guttman, Staff Writers

November 3, 2016


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As we all know, The Round Table is a digital newspaper, but it hasn’t always been. I have been looking through old paper editions of the paper.  Today we will look back on an edition from 1985. An article that really stands out from this paper is “Weighting of grades begins for Class of ‘89....

Around the Table: Pumpkin Donuts

Around the Table: Pumpkin Donuts

Ashleigh Lyons, Staff Writer

November 1, 2016


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Another edition of Around the Table, featuring Ashleigh Lyons (recently accepted to Culinary Institute of America).  This time it's pumpkin donuts.  Happy eating!

Around the Table: Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Around the Table: Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Ashleigh Lyons, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016


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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, courtesy of http://www.bensound.com

Burger Quest Episode 1: Lucky’s

Burger Quest Episode 1: Lucky’s

Kenya Bailey, Staff Writer

October 18, 2016


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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 their burgers as part of our year-long quest to find the best burger in Stamford. For the students of Stamford High, Lucky’s is a popular after school...

Freshman Impressions

Freshman Impressions

Everett Dolan and Bradley Papp

October 7, 2016


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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 thoughts on the School on the Hill!

Can You Guess These Teacher Face-Swaps?

Can You Guess These Teacher Face-Swaps?

Lauren Mitchell, Staff Writer

June 8, 2016


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How well can you recognize your own teachers? Try to figure out whose faces the Round Table swapped! Answer:  Isaac Odoom and Paul Welch Answer: Jon Ringel and Kim Wheeler Answer: Gloria Sinaguglia and George Beratis Answer: Malcom Hoffmeister and Ken Boyd Answer: Ray Manka and Matt Forker Answer: Bob Lutz and Wendy Wade    ...

Your New Stress Reliever

Your New Stress Reliever

Bevy Rutledge, Staff Writer

May 18, 2016


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In November of 2015 Crayola released their new line of coloring books, but they aren’t for little tikes to pass the time; adults have become the new target audience. “Color Escapes” is designed specifically for young adults and adults. It is the newest innovation and is really taking off. There...

Fortina: Where the “Pastabilites” Are Endless

Fortina: Where the “Pastabilites” Are Endless

Abby Bushell, Staff Writer

May 9, 2016


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Far too few people are aware of the young adult hub that is Stamford’s Harbor Point. While it has quietly sprung up independent of Stamford’s main downtown area, Harbor Point itself is anything but quiet. It’s inhabitants mill the well-lit streets, parks, and of course, restaurants. One restaurant...

How to Act Like You’re On Top of Your “Ish” (Even When You’re Not)

How to Act Like You’re On Top of Your “Ish” (Even When You’re Not)

Andrea Hunt, Staff Writer

April 19, 2016


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High school is a rough time in our lives. Between the overwhelmingly constant school work, jobs, after-school activities and social lives we run out of time.  This leads to a lack of preparation and time to put yourself together.  We all know the feeling of waking up at 6 a.m. and only being able to...

Which Headline is Real?

Which Headline is Real?

Griffin Olshan, Malcolm Tom, and Justin Wexler

April 15, 2016


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Which is the real news headline?  For some SHS students, this question was harder to answer than you might think.  Enjoy!

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