U-Times

Most mass shootings barely survive 24-hour news cycle

Linsey Sparks, Co-Editor

December 15, 2018

Filed under Features

Everybody knows the big names like Sandy Hook, Pulse and Parkland. These are the names that have received more news coverage than most stories. However, mass shooting are so frequent that people have a tendency to simply forget...

Students exceed expectations at St. Louis Suburban Honors Choir

Eliot Fuller, Web editor

October 11, 2018

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Fourteen singers auditioned on Oct. 6 for the St. Louis Suburban Honor Choirs and 11 of the singers made it in. According to Caroline Ibnabdeljalil, choir director, students had to prepare a classical music selection, and ide...

White flight impacted community after African-American families moved to U. City from St. Louis city

Kathryn Fuller, Co-Editor

February 14, 2018

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If somebody were to flip through a University City High School yearbook from 56 years ago, they might be surprised by the demographics of the school population because it is drastically different from the racial makeup of the s...

Watch your language-certain words offend others

Zhong-Mei Webb, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017

Filed under Features

One might have heard them shouted in the halls during passing periods, muttered in classes, used in casual conversation and utilized by online trolls. Derogatory language in almost every culture takes on different forms and meanings...

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