Summary on the Strategic Vision Task Force Final Report

Umar Hanif, Writer

April 8, 2017

Filed under Features, News, Showcase Carousel

On Friday, Director Jeffrey Walkington sent an e-mail to all students and faculty linking the final report of the Strategic Vision Task Force. The report was a result of work over the past year by “a wide constituency of re...

Reporting bullying is difficult but necessary process

Maya Greer

March 29, 2017

Filed under Features, News

A survey taken at Uni in an independent study showed that out of 127 responses, approximately 12.6% claim that they have been victims of sexual harassment at Uni specifically, and 37% say that they have witnessed sexual harassmen...

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...

Number of classes confines students

Maggie Tewksbury, Writer

May 26, 2016

Filed under Features, News

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...

Cheating at Uni: Sophomore history scandal

Jazmin Tweedle, Martin Dalling, Chloe Pollock-Muskin, Sarah Zhang, and Nathalie Stein

May 15, 2016

Filed under Features, News, Opinion

On April 29, sophomores in Modern History and juniors/seniors in World Since 1945 were required to take a “day of silence.” Chris Butler, who has been a history teacher at Uni for 38 years, found out that several students...

Uni’s lack of socioeconomic diversity is a problem

Nora Benmamoun

January 9, 2016

Filed under Features, News, Opinion

I’ve started to realize that money can often buy knowledge. Money can buy a lot. It can buy nice cars, fancy clothes, healthy foods, country club memberships, international vacations and a multitude of objects that people with...

Perspectives on change in Habitat and Spring

Sankhya Hirani, Writer

December 15, 2015

Filed under Features, News

About a fifth of Uni High’s student body attends Habitat for Humanity club (Habitat) on Fridays. A slightly smaller number of students go to Spring Initiative club (Spring) at Uni High on Tuesdays. They both support organizations...

Basketball season preview

Saahithi Maturi, Writer

November 30, 2015

Filed under Features, News, Sports

Basketball season is back with skilled players both new and old. With strong teams, the boys and girls  hope to go far. “Even in the past few days we’ve improved a lot, we still have a lot of improvement to go before like w...