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The Importance of Avoiding Misinformation About Coronavirus

The Importance of Avoiding Misinformation About Coronavirus

Katherine Forgione, Staff Writer

April 3, 2020

With everything going on right now, it is important to be cautious as to where you are getting information, and what you should keep in mind. It is important to know what is true and what has been falsified, with all media surrounding the COVID-19.    BACKGROUND: This type of coronavirus emerged in the city of Wuhan, China,...

Stamford Streets Deserted Under Quarantine

Stamford Streets Deserted Under Quarantine

Siri Forfang and Grace Campos

April 1, 2020

Our reporters Siri Forfang and Grace Campos share footage of Stamford locations that are usually busy, but are now all but deserted due to quarantine measures.

A Closer Look at The College Board’s Changes to AP Testing

A Closer Look at The College Board’s Changes to AP Testing

Allie Findeisen, Staff Writer

March 30, 2020

On March 20th, the College Board announced its response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in terms of Advanced Placement (AP) testing. They stated that a few large changes will be made to the format of the 2019-20 exam, “Traditional face-to-face exam administrations will not take place. Students w...

Online School and Social Distancing

Online School and Social Distancing

March 23, 2020

Stamford High seniors talk to Siri Forfang from the Round Table about their experiences so far with distance learning and social distancing.

What is Your Planned Major?

What is Your Planned Major?

C.J. Stone, Tyler Tuccinardi

March 16, 2020

Reporters C.J. Stone and Tyler Tuccinardi talk to some SHS seniors about their college and career plans.

Unified Art Teacher Participates in Unique Program

Unified Art Teacher Participates in Unique Program

Angelica Martinez, Reporter

March 6, 2020

As a young woman, Unified Arts teacher Tracey Bass took part in a long-term project called the "New Canaan Experiment." Round Table reporter Anglican Martinez was on the scene as Bass explained the latest round of follow-up work for the project.

Looking for a Final Dose of Winter Fun?

Looking for a Final Dose of Winter Fun?

Siri Forfang, Staff Writer

February 27, 2020

Winter is already almost over, and our next vacation isn't until April. But for anyone looking to get in their last dose of winter fun, I decided to come up with 3 fun, easy, quick and nearby trips you and your family could take in a weekend. They are winter-related, considering we live in New England and anyw...

Should Open Campus Apply to Everyone?

Should Open Campus Apply to Everyone?

Conor Crowe and Mazyar Yaghmaie

February 12, 2020

Reporters Conor Crowe, Lexi Salvatore, and Mazyar Yaghmaie talk to the SHS community about whether the open campus policy should apply to all students.

SHS Math Teacher Runs Across Connecticut in Under 9 Hours

SHS Math Teacher Runs Across Connecticut in Under 9 Hours

Katie Forgione, Ava Devlin

February 4, 2020

SHS Math teacher Adam Scianna recently placed first in a race that required him to run across the entire state. Reporters Ava Devlin and Katie Forgione have more.

How Safe Are We?

How Safe Are We?

Sofia Sarak, Staff Writer

January 30, 2020

On December 3, 2019, The Washington Post released statistics that stated that more than 236,000 U.S. students have experienced gun violence at school since the shooting at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999. None of those students expected it to happen to them. As a junior in high school, I coul...

Jordan Napolitano: Athletic Trainer, Lifesaver, and Hero

Jordan Napolitano: Athletic Trainer, Lifesaver, and Hero

Brayden Davis and Abby Wexler

January 17, 2020

What does Stamford High Athletics mean? It means the annual Pink Out football game that raises a tremendous amount of money for Breast Cancer. It means basketball games in the Kuczo Gymnasium, hockey games at Terry Conners, and games under the light at Boyle Stadium. But there is a lot of unnoticed thi...

Former homeschooled student experiencing her first (and last) year of public school

Former homeschooled student experiencing her first (and last) year of public school

Sofia Sarak, Staff Writer

January 2, 2020

It is obvious that Stamford High School students don’t typically interact with a large number of homeschoolers - we spend all of our time in public school, after all. However, as little as we hear and know about them, they surely exist. As of 2019, it is estimated that 1.8 million students in the Uni...

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