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State of Grace: Girls just wanna have funds

Grace Krumplitsch, Editor-in-Chief

September 24, 2020

When I cashed my first paycheck from my part-time job at a workout studio nearly two years ago, I felt overjoyed to have a sense of responsibility as it meant I was able to begin saving money of my own for college and to have a little more fiscal freedom at the Corte Madera shopping center.  Part of t...

Money of the future?

Money of the future?

Mason Cooney, Copy Editor

February 15, 2019

Although Bitcoin is known as a potential moneymaker since it gained value by thousands of dollars in 2017, the currency was originally meant to be another form of money — the kind to pay for your Starbucks. Bitcoin, created by an entity under the name Satoshi Nakamoto, was introduced in 2009 as ...

Mobile payments provide convenience

Senior Anna Doggett pays for her lunch at Mayflower Market using Apple Pay, like she does most days. Instead of cash, Doggett uses mobile payment methods more often than she uses cash or a debit card when purchasing her meals or buying products.

Cece Giarman, Editor-in-Chief

November 1, 2018

When she pays for her frequent lunches at Mayflower Market, senior Anna Doggett avoids fumbling through her wallet to count out exact change by hovering her phone over the card reader using Apple Pay. Doggett is a part of the growing digital payment movement driven by the services which aim to make payi...

Employing career opportunities

Senior Charlotte Cobb arranges a display during one of her shifts at the clothing store Brandy Melville. Cobb has worked at the Chestnut St. location for almost two years.

Cece Giarman & Emily Kanellos, Reporters

March 9, 2017

While many teens prefer to spend time after school playing sports or socializing, others swap racquets for retail, cleats for customers, or Netflix for non-profits. Senior Delaney Moslander scans athletic tickets, ushers guests to seats and greets spectators at University of San Francisco's athl...

Shirt sale funds upcoming championship basketball game

Student Body Publicity Director Victoria Oysterman and Student Body Secretary Nora Hanak sell a shirt to senior Sarah McCarthy. The shirts raise awareness for the upcoming Stuart Hall High School varsity basketball game tomorrow night.

Claire Devereux, Reporter

February 23, 2016

Student Body council displayed t-shirts featuring a knight dribbling a basketball and “The Hall” written on the side of the shirt during a sale to support of Stuart Hall's varsity basketball game during lunch. “It's always fun when you go to these things and there is a cohesive look for everyon...

More students borrowing money for college; amount of loans rising

More students borrowing money for college; amount of loans rising

Fiona Mittelstaedt, Senior Reporter

November 5, 2015

With the rising cost of college, applicants may want to step back from filling out applications and look to better understand finance in higher education. Private and nonprofit colleges have experienced a 3.6 percent increase in tuition price from 2013 to 2015, according to the College Board, caus...

Making cents of money

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Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

November 3, 2014

Liana Lum News Editor Tracking her daily expenses from Tully’s Coffee runs to clothing purchases into an Excel spreadsheet, senior Alexandra Wood emails her monthly spendings to her mother, who checks the records before giving Wood the next month’s allowance. “I learned about the impor...

UC and CSU in fiscal crisis

October 30, 2009

Meghan Helms Asst. A&E Editor The state’s current financial crisis is increasing tuition while cutting admission and course options in California’s public colleges and universities, making graduation in four years more difficult to achieve. “Admission to a UC or a CSU will be more sel...

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