The school newspaper of University City High School

U-Times

The school newspaper of University City High School

U-Times

The school newspaper of University City High School

U-Times

The Art Club, including Ian Immer, Corey Franklin, Tamia Becton and Sadie Malks, dressed as the main characters from “Wizard of Oz.” Each costume worn on the float was hand-painted by Art Club members and was based on a different style of art. “We hand-painted our costumes to match our characters,” said Malks, junior.
Covid-19 safety takes a village
JROTC blood drive meets goal
U. City celebrates seniors with car parade
U. City celebrates seniors with car parade
Reilley Farrar and Isabelle Braeske, Staff Writers • May 25, 2021

For the second year in a row, the seniors and their families participated in a car parade on May 21 to celebrate their graduation. Families...

Military ball turned to field day
Nasra Artan, Staff Writer • May 6, 2021
Don’t pretend you support the cause
Alara Stewart, Co-Editor-in-Chief • November 5, 2021

Most people know how easy it is to to sit behind a screen and deceivingly post or re-post images that are intended to be informative. For instance,  think about the black...

Flipping for profit raises prices in thrift stores
Marley Gardner, Staff Writer • November 5, 2021

Just a few years ago, one could go to the local Goodwill and put together an outfit for under $15. Whether it was for sustainability or economic reasons, or even just needing...

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Don’t pretend you support the cause
Alara Stewart, Co-Editor-in-Chief • November 5, 2021

Most people know how easy it is to to sit behind a screen and deceivingly post or re-post images that are intended to be informative. For instance,  think about the black...

Flipping for profit raises prices in thrift stores
Marley Gardner, Staff Writer • November 5, 2021

Just a few years ago, one could go to the local Goodwill and put together an outfit for under $15. Whether it was for sustainability or economic reasons, or even just needing...

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Soup Dumplings STL offers authentic twist on Cantonese fare
Soup Dumplings STL offers authentic twist on Cantonese fare
Dani Wasserman, Staff Writer • November 5, 2021

Long wooden tables with benches and a bright red mural on the wall characterize the minimalist style of Soup Dumplings STL and create the perfect backdrop for this simple...

Living The Dream
Beckett Wilke, Staff Writer • October 28, 2021

“Hello my name is doctor Glenn Pierce…,” these seven words would come to define one of the most creative and engaging games I’ve encountered to this date. “Superliminal”...

DOOM Influences Generation of Rappers
Sasha Albright, Web Editor • February 12, 2021
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To keep the lead, Carleton Thomas, senior, tires to outrun Clayton defense.  We played as a team and didnt bring our teammates down when they made mistakes, Thomas said.
Lions win big at Homecoming, 56-6
Chance Pinkston, Staff Writer • November 5, 2021

After a morning of on and off, the Lions took to the football field to face off with the Clayton Greyhounds for their Homecoming game. The rain  created muddy field conditions, causing players to slip,...

Josh Rhiney, senior, lines a ball to the shortstop in a 7-5 victory over Clayton on May 5.
Rhiney hopes to take his game to next level
Xavier Thomas, Staff Writer • May 5, 2021

Although a lost junior season hasn’t stopped a hot start from Josh Rhiney, senior, it has threatened to derail his post-high school plans. Rhiney, a baseball player, is among the leaders in batting average...

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