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Linsey Sparks, Staff Writer
There is a new practice sweeping schools and classrooms across the country called restorative justice. The main goal of this is to lower suspension rates, and work through...
April 4, 2017 • No Comments
Nicole Holahan, Staff Writer
To celebrate Black History Month, Yul Amerson, social studies teacher, and students held a last-minute assembly on Feb. 28 during seminar. Several students read monologues...
February 27, 2017 • No Comments
Lucy Wurst, Co-editor
Weeks of preparation were put to the test as students competed in both the Culinary Arts competition and the ProStart competition. The first competition was held at Hickey ...
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Daniel Pomerantz, Staff Writer
Donald Trump has enabled an atmosphere of intolerance in America. Since Trump’s inauguration, hate crimes have been on the rise.
Mosques have been destroyed, vandalized...
March 3, 2017 • No Comments
Kaya Blount, Staff Writer
Award show season is behind us, and it’s left many with a sour taste in their mouths. The 59th annual Grammy awards kicked off the festivities on Feb. 12. However, many...
Jake Giles, Staff Writer
Adapted for the big screen from a Pulitzer-prize winning play, “Fences” is sure to win some awards of its own. Denzel Washington and Viola Davis both give stunning performances...
February 16, 2017
Most “fire” rap albums don’t have songs about folding clothes. This is not the only thing that sets apart J. Cole’s new album. This new piece of musical artwork,“4...
Julian Albright, Sports Editor
It is 6:20 a.m. and is time for varsity basketball player Chanel Rice to wake up for school. Rice, a junior, understands that school is crucial, which is why she makes sure...
February 15, 2017 • No Comments
Jakob Giles, Staff Writer
Most people find themselves online just about every day. Whether it is to check email, do some homework, hop onto Instagram or send a Snapchat, we find ourselves spending...
January 4, 2017 • No Comments
If you’re looking for a hearty, delicious, well-cooked burger, Layla is the perfect spot. Everything about this restaurant is appealing and welcoming. Whether it’s the...
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Monday, April 17
UCHS 16 - North Tech 6
Thursday, April 13
UCHS 17 - McCluer South-Berkeley 3
UCHS 2 - McCluer South-Berkeley 1
Wednesday, April 12
UCHS 8 - McCluer 7
Saturday, April 8
UCHS 23 - Riverview Gardens 3
UCHS 7 - North County Christian 1
Friday, April 7
UCHS 1 - Parkway North 2
Thursday, April 6
UCHS 3 - Jennings 0
Monday, February 27
UCHS 32 - Vashon 89
UCHS 46 - Miller Career 53
Fruit roll-ups or Fruit By The Foot?
The U-Times staff goes to Italy with the Latin class over spring break and poses in front of the Colosseum.
March 24, 2017 • No Comments
With spring training underway, it’s about time to take a look at the 2017 MLB season. Can the Chicago Cubs go back to back after a 108-year drought?...
Girls swimmers take seventh
On Friday February 10, at the Girls Swimming Conference meet at Clayton, the Lions took seventh place in the 400 meter free relay. Senior Ericah Brown...
High school sports creates academic stress
It is 6:20 a.m. and is time for varsity basketball player Chanel Rice to wake up for school. Rice, a junior, understands that school is crucial, which...
Isaiah signs to Hannibal-LaGrange
Varsity basketball preview
Crockett signs to Lindenwood
Lions lose homecoming heartbreaker, 54-13
Hazelwood touchdowns fuel negativity
Senior Faculty Basketball Game
Prayer in student athletes
“For thine is the kingdom, and the power and the glory, forever and ever, amen,” echoes from the locker room as the basketball team prepares for t...
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