Every high school has a finite number of classes and set graduation requirements. When a school like Uni has a small student body, we consequently have a small list of classes to accommodate that student body. However, the number of graduation requirements does not change significantly between schools. This combination of few classes and the... Read More
It’s come to the end of the year now. There’s a lot happening--seniors crying in the hallways and non-seniors sulking about not graduating -- and the annual tradition of senior handprints continues.
“It’s something that a lot of us seniors kind of look forward to,” said senior Kari Schwink.
One of the first things people notice when they... Read More
Academy High School, the newest addition to Champaign-Urbana’s school system, is getting significant attention from the community, with unavoidable ramifications for Uni.
The independent school... Read More
Uni High students ran the 25th annual Not Your Average Joe 5K/5 Mile race on Saturday, May 14. The race has been organized by Human Kinetics since 1991, and until 2012, was known as the Twin Cities... Read More
The announcement at the beginning of the year that there would be no pizza sales (and no fundraising allowed) came as a shock to all of us. But soon enough, the emails about fundraising started to... Read More
Every high school has a finite number of classes and set graduation requirements. When a school like Uni has a small student body, we consequently have a small list of classes to accommodate that... Read More
On Wednesday, May 11th, the Uni orchestra and chorus came together to create the spring concert. It started with an orchestra performance in Uni Gym before moving into the North Attic for the chorus... Read More
The end of the year is always a time of reflection. Tests are (almost) over, grades are in, and all there’s left to do is think about how things have changed since September. Here’s what several... Read More
Ema Rajic, sophomore, qualified for Olympic Qualifiers at sectionals in Wisconsin on March 11th with a time of 1:10.24 in the 100 breaststroke. Rajic was a full second under the qualifying cut, 1:11.... Read More
In terms of styles and inspiration, the world of music is a vast one. One of my favorite pastimes is looking around for new sounds and mixes of styles. In this series, I’ll be chronicling some of my... Read More
Despite being a school known for students’ success in STEM fields, Uni’s artists are also thriving. From sketch artists to dancers, musicians to gymnasts, Uni is full of creative people, many whose... Read More
It’s dark outside. The minutes tick by as you pretend to comprehend flowcharts. You’ve been staring blankly at your notes for 10 minutes. Suddenly, you realize, “This test isn’t for two more days. It... Read More
This year's annual Spirit Week spanned from Jan. 19-22. The spirit assembly took place on the last day of the week in Kenney Gym. The returning events in this year's assembly included an obstacle... Read More
Schedules for the 2016-2017 school year have recently been given out, prompting varied levels of satisfaction over the types of courses Uni offers. Though according to the Uni Curriculum Guide, “Uni... Read More
As senior year inches to a close, it becomes an opportune and expected time for nostalgia and reflection. With the help of Facebook memories and Timehop, my newsfeed has been filled with old pictures... Read More
Believe me, I’ve had my problems with Uni. If you don’t believe me, read my senior column part 1. But Uni hasn’t been all bad for me, actually for the majority of my Uni career, I’ve been quite happy... Read More