Latest sophomore history cheating scandal changes class policies, but will it affect culture?

Annette Lee and Nathalie Stein

November 28, 2018

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Sophomore history class policies will see a significant shift after teacher Chris Butler learned of cheating during exams. Butler first became aware of students cheating with smartwatches after a parent reached out to him....

Tim Cho: Teen Jeopardy Semi-finalist… and more

Abraham Han

November 20, 2018

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After an exhilarating comeback win in the first round, Senior Tim Cho was eliminated in the second semi-final round of Teen Jeopardy in a close battle. Teen Jeopardy is a variant of the popular TV trivia show with teenage...

Tips for the winter finals

November 20, 2018

Let’s avoid the flu

Will Hechler, Staff Writer

November 20, 2018

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Flu season has hit Uni High. So, what can you do to protect yourself? Here are a few simple tips to keep you healthy in the upcoming winter weather. Wash your hands. The process of hand-washing contains four steps: Appl...

Student Council has been busy this semester

Adit Kalsotra, Staff Writer

November 20, 2018

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Recently, Uni has been rethinking its school constitution, questioning whether the rules accurately reflect Uni’s atmosphere. Fine Arts director Richard Murphy explains thoughts about a new constitution have been rampant throughout th...

New chem lab ready December

New chem lab ready December

November 20, 2018

College questions answered at sophomore coffee talks

Danielle Burgstrom, Staff Writer

November 20, 2018

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The sophomore coffee talks are meetings held by the SSO to help Uni sophomore parents better understand everything about applying to colleges. Students are not allowed to attend these meetings. The meetings act as a preparati...

Uni ends Boneyard project

Uni ends Boneyard project

November 20, 2018

Uni students react to the midterm elections

Charlotte Ebel, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018

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The midterm elections last Tuesday were arguably the most important midterm elections ever. According to NPR News, the elections had the highest percentage of voter turnout since 1966. The House of Representatives and the Senate wer...

Uni High Students and Faculty Revisit #MeToo

Isabela Lleras

November 7, 2018

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Recently, the now year old #MeToo movement has been thrust back into the national limelight. Uni Administrator Dr. Radnitzer says the #MeToo movement added to a “climate” that sparked the administration to take another loo...

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