The attics get new chairs

Grace Qiu

March 9, 2017

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, News

New chairs will be arriving in the North and South Attic sometime in the near future to replace the old chairs which are used during orchestra, chorus, and performances. On Tuesday Feb. 7, Richard Murphy, Chris “Fing” Gu...

Uni to host first-ever Alumni Week in April

Umar Hanif, Writer

February 28, 2017

Filed under Alumni, News

April 6 will mark the start of Uni’s first Alumni Reunion Week. According to Assistant Director of Advancement Joshua Hall, the event will encompass all of the reunions of Uni classes that would otherwise happen earlier or lat...

Buck’s revision policy revoked

Anika Kimme

February 15, 2017

Filed under News

Recently, Junior Elizabeth Singer created a petition to bring back math teacher Warren Buck’s revision policy. Students learned that the revision policy was no longer in place two weeks ago. Buck declined to answer why his policy was taken away. Buck’s revision policy allowed student...

Agora Days 2017

Grace Qiu

February 14, 2017

Filed under News

Agora Days is approaching (Feb. 21-24) and there are a few differences in this upcoming Uni High tradition. One of the biggest additions this year is the new cultural awareness (CA) class category which was requested by the Mult...

Subfreshmen booted from Siebel

Umar Hanif, Writer

January 20, 2017

Filed under News

Last week, several subfreshmen were removed from the Siebel building adjacent to Uni. The following Wednesday, Assistant Director Karl Radnitzer sent an e-mail to the school notifying students and faculty that no Uni students wo...

Students react to the 2016 Presidential Election

Mallika Luthar, Writer

November 14, 2016

Filed under Features, News

This year, the presidential election has been a huge topic in Uni discussion. Now that it has happened, we thought we would ask students about their thoughts on the results. “I saw an ad online about moving to mars recently, I know w...