College-visit

College visits impact student decisions

Alice Mutrux, Co-Editor

February 18, 2015

It has long been a popular activity for hopeful seniors to visit their colleges of choice. After all, most people wouldn’t buy a car without taking... READ MORE »»

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Students explore college alternatives

Christine Politte, Web Editor/Associate Editor

February 18, 2015

As the end of their high school years approach, it’s not uncommon to hear students, especially upperclassmen, talking about their college plans:... READ MORE »»

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Robotics team balances school and build season

Hannah Fuller, Staff Writer

February 17, 2015

Most students have a hard time juggling school by itself. Add an extracurricular spanning 10 to 50 hours a week after school and it seems almost impossible.... READ MORE »»

Race Summit

Students advocate for change at Race Summit

Christine Politte, Web Editor/Associate Editor

February 17, 2015

As they filed into the large conference room, none of the eight students representing U. City knew what to expect. They were one of the first schools... READ MORE »»

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Football players sign with colleges for National Signing Day

Christine Politte, Web Editor/Associate Editor

February 5, 2015

Four U. City seniors formally committed to college football at a ceremony for National Signing Day. Seniors Kenneth Wilson, D’Mario Rogers-Miller,... READ MORE »»

Caption: D'Mario Rodgers, Kenneth Wilson, Martavias Mayo and Ronnell Perkins pose with Mr. Maclin, principal (center) after committing to their colleges Wednesday.

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Features

Closed campus is not the only option

Catherine Hoff, Guest Writer

You walk in. Administrators line the hallway. After the last bell rings for the morning the doors are closed. You are locked in. Throughout the day, FAs and administrators... read story

March 2, 2015 • 0 comments

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Opinions

To Stay or Not to Stay: Students find importance in school involvement

Brooklyn Bass, Staff Writer

Students decide what to do after the last bell Although it is difficult to believe, U. City offers opportunities to pursue passions in athletic training, culinary artistry,... read story

February 24, 2015 • 0 comments

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News in Brief

Students win culinary competition

Students win culinary competition

Seniors Danae Dease, Tarik Holmes, Simone Foxx and Jihira Patton won first place at their competition last weekend at the Culinary Institute of St. Louis.

February 6, 2015 • 0 comments

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News

Students advocate for change at Race Summit

Students advocate for change at Race Summit

Christine Politte, Web Editor/Associate Editor

As they filed into the large conference room, none of the eight students representing U. City knew what to expect. They were one of the first schools to arrive at the... read story

February 17, 2015 • 0 comments

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Sports

Athlete Profile: Dejah Malveaux

Athlete Profile: Dejah Malveaux

Francene Bethune, Staff Writer

As the youngest captain of the girls varsity basketball team, there is a lot of pressure—on and off the court. Sophomore Dejah Malveaux, along with juniors Lashe Tomlin-Wilkes... read story

February 19, 2015 • 0 comments

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