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Ukrainian refugees share their story after unwillingly leaving their home

Kristina Yosypiv, Staff Writer January 10, 2023

On February 24, 2022, about nine months ago, Russia launched a full-scale invasion on Ukraine. They declared war on the country after hundreds of years of conflict and forced millions of individuals to...

The Gambino crime family

Connecticut’s history with the Mafia

Meagan Ash and Melia Peragine January 9, 2023

Many have heard of the infamous mafia, but little know the history of its role in our own state and even in our very own town. Connecticut has a strong connection to the American Mafia, specifically in...

The legend of the tenth floor pool

The legend of the tenth floor pool

Anthony Fabricatore, Staff Writer December 15, 2022

As every freshman entering Stamford High School navigates their way through the campus, they learn how to find their way through its unique and pretty confusing layout: how to go from the fifth floor to...

The mental health toll of mental health work

The mental health toll of mental health work

Caroline Fay, Staff Writer December 15, 2022

A therapist’s job is to listen to all kinds of trauma and difficult situations on a daily basis and give patients counseling and advice. Doing this as a profession must take a toll on them. Hearing about...

My Childhood Cancer Experience

My Childhood Cancer Experience

Daniel Campos, Reporter December 7, 2022

I’m sure most, if not everything you’ve heard about childhood cancer has been negative. You have probably heard about how horrible a disease it is, the deaths it causes annually, and all of the terrible...

How Has SHS Changed Over the Years?

Rebecca Beebe, Reporter November 29, 2022

Stamford High has been part of the community for over 100 years, and has seen plenty of changes in that time. Reporter Rebecca Beebe discussed the changes with three teachers who also attended as students...

Top 5 banned books to check out

Top 5 banned books to check out

Caroline Bernacki , Staff Writer November 22, 2022

1. “Gender Queer” by Maia Kobabe This book tells the story of Maia Kobabe, who uses e/em/eir pronouns. Throughout the memoir, Maia explores eir journey of gender identity and what it means to be...

SHS Remembers Michael Bucciarelli

Zyon Jordan, Reporter November 14, 2022

Longtime SHS faculty member Michael Bucciarelli recently lost his battle with cancer. SHS reporter Zyon Jordan asked staff and students how we should remember him.

Meet the 2022-2023 Round Table Editors

Meagan Ash, Editor In Chief October 28, 2022

Custodian Appreciation Day at SHS

Isaac Sanchez, Reporter October 6, 2022

Sunday October 2 was National Custodian Appreciation Day! Round Table reporter Isaac Sanchez spoke to two SHS custodians about what the job entails.

Freshman Impressions

Jasmine Whitfield, Reporter September 15, 2022

SHS Clubs

Rebecca Beebe, Reporter September 13, 2022

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