Lily Lewis-Stump, Co-editor
June 6, 2013
As a student goes through high school, even from freshman year, they start to dream and envision graduation. For the class of 2013, that long awaited moment... READ MORE »»
Alice Mutrux, Co-editor
May 15, 2013
Holocaust Remembrance Day brought a special treat for U. City honors social studies students. Sarah Moses, a holocaust survivor, visited several schools... READ MORE »»
Emily Looby, Staff Writer
April 3, 2013
On Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9, the U. City robotics team competed in the annual FIRST Robotics Competition. After a long build season, the... READ MORE »»
Reneise White, Staff Writer
March 1, 2013
Early in December, Mr. Maclin, principal, called a special assembly to announce that 26 students would be given the opportunity to attend the inauguration... READ MORE »»
Andrew White, Staff Writer
February 27, 2013
No doubt all who read this article are familiar with the ACT, the standardized test used widely in the Midwest to gauge high school students’ academic... READ MORE »»
Caption: From left to right, seniors Carl Sechrist, Jacob Stueck, Daniel Politte, and Mike Sarber work on completing a lab in Mr. Thomas's AP Physics class
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Alice Mutrux, Staff Writer
At the beginning of 2005, Mr. Geinosky-Pioter was approached by student Tabitha Humphrey who was eager to create a U.City slam poetry club. Soon, they established a team,... read story
April 17, 2013 • 0 comments
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Graduated senior Merinda Morley’s signature is left on the wall of the catacombs along with the signatures of previous cast and crew members from the spring musical.
June 3, 2013 • 0 comments
2013 award-winning yearbooks available now! Just $50! See Mrs. Williams in Room 346, or email email@example.com.
Tanayra Blackmon, Guest Writer
Freshman year may come off as scary because the transition from middle school to high school may seem a lot bigger than it really is.
In order to survive freshman year, it... read story
By Michael Johnson
The beads of sweat coalesce on your forehead and your heart is pounding an SOS in your chest. Surely, there must be a fire in the building or an approaching... read story
March 27, 2013 • 0 comments
Every year, students that have exemplified academic excellence are honored at the end of May. This year was a little bit different; instead of just honors being awarded, a... read story
June 6, 2013 • 0 comments
Sam Polzin, Staff Writer
On April 2, U. City residents will have the chance bring upgrades to the high school, such as a new library and indoor track, by voting on Proposition U…number two.
In 2009,... read story
Last Friday, February 1, the U. City Lions boys basketball team played an away game against Summit, losing 40-77.
Top scorers for the game were Rashod Richards, with 10 points;... read story
February 4, 2013 • 0 comments
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