1+1=2, Black=Criminal: Ferguson sheds light on very real discrimination

Payton Bass, Guest Writer

September 12, 2014

As a female African American in St. Louis, mistrust of the police is embedded into you. Every time, you are stared down walking into a store and the incriminating eyes land on you. Every time, you're told to do unjustified things...

Prom Proposals Fail to Measure Up

Lily Lewis-Stump, Co-editor

April 4, 2014

Prom is an iconic part of high school that most students look forward to as underclassmen. Once you reach the status of upperclassman, prom serves as an incentive to get one through the tough junior year and the senioritis of...

Meaning of Love

Ar'Reon Watson, Staff Writer

February 14, 2014

“I love you”, “I luv you”, “I ...

Gay People Seek Acceptance and Equality

Daniel Williamson, Staff Writer

February 13, 2014

A boy and a girl hold hands as they walk down the hall. The girl smiles at the boy as she admires the heart-shaped box of chocolates that he gave to her. This is the classic cliché of a perfect Valentine’s Day that has been...

Homecoming is No Homerun

Utimes Staff

October 23, 2013

As each school year begins, the homecoming celebration ensues. From the first week of school, student council is busily planning a dance, parade, pep rally and spirit week. In addition, the fall sports teams and clubs begin designing...

Handling the Fear Factor

March 27, 2013

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 tornado.  No, it's just another standardized...

Arming Teachers

Arming Teachers

February 26, 2013

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