Students stage protest in support of Black Lives Matter

Albert Smith, Assistant Editor

October 20, 2020

While racial tensions heightened over the summer as a result of the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, young black men and women became increasingly tired of the all too common circumstance that is police brutality. Spurr...

Students rehearse for the fall play on Zoom with Catherine Hopkins, theater teacher.

The Show Must Go On

October 20, 2020

A tale of two rallies

A tale of two rallies

March 11, 2020

Who are those people handing out chips at school every Wednesday morning?

Marley Gardner, Staff Writer

March 5, 2020

Whether it’s for free chips, donuts, or spiritual guidance, almost every U. City student has had some sort of interaction with Young Life, but few are really educated on the group's mission. Founded as an Evangelical Christian org...

Mental illness doesn’t exist in the black community

Khloe’ Fox, Staff Writer

March 3, 2020

Anyone can be diagnosed with depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder. No discrimination exists when it comes to these mental illnesses; however, whether or not the condition is dealt with properly changes depending on one’s cu...

Students with ties to Middle East share perspective on U.S. involvement in the region

Ian Feld, Co-Editor

February 4, 2020

In December, the U.S. made headlines as it carried out a remote air strike in Baghdad, Iraq and killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani, who had for years tormented American troops in the Middle East, setting off a chain reaction...

A night under the stars

A night under the stars

November 7, 2019

Teens need strategies to reduce stress

Charya Young, Staff Writer

October 15, 2019

With seven different subjects to get through a week, teens often find themselves stressed over things like school assignments, college applications, caring for younger siblings, expectations from parents/peers and sleep schedul...

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