Changes to Consumer Economics

Raya Gandhi, Staff Writer

September 14, 2017

Filed under Features, News

Consumer Economics. Whether you love it or hate it, Consumer Economics is a state-required course held online for Uni students on Compass2g. Students are added to the course by the end of the first week of their Freshman year and...

Subbie Elections 2017

Michelle Kim, Staff Writer

September 14, 2017

Filed under Features, News

Subbie class elections were held during first period on Monday, September 11, and there were 20 candidates in total. According to executive president Mallika Luthar, there are “usually quite a few candidates during subbie ye...

Uni Gym remains an important building

Ahmad Bobat, Staff Writer

September 13, 2017

Filed under Features, News, Opinion

Uni Gym may seem unnecessary to many, being that other than a few assemblies, subbie sports, and orchestra concerts, it isn’t publically used for much. However, according to athletic director Tim Bicknell, Uni Gym is an int...

Subbie Retreat offers a fun getaway

Brandon van der Donk and Matthew Tang

September 13, 2017

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  The annual Subbie Retreat took place on Friday, September 1st, at Hessel Park. Judging by responses from subbies and subbie buddies, the event went well. Senior Mallika Luthar, one of the subbie buddy leaders, had a p...

Preview: Pygmalion Festival welcomes teens

Zona Hrnjak, Writer

September 12, 2017

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, News

For high school students who see living in Urbana-Champaign as a dull, corn-surrounded existence, the Pygmalion Festival will bring a weekend of refreshing excitement. It will come to Urbana-Champaign once again with a full line-up ...

University’s war chant removed from games

Camden Coleman, Writer

September 12, 2017

Filed under News, Sports

On Aug. 28, the University of Illinois publicly announced that the war chant would no longer be played at University of Illinois sporting events. The decision was made at the end of last year’s football season, but was not ma...

“Grinding” rule brought to light for future Uni dances

Saahithi Maturi

September 7, 2017

Filed under News, Showcase Carousel, Uncategorized

At the annual handbook meeting, Assistant Director Karl Radnitzer decided to bring to light the no-grinding rule. In addition, Radnitzer sent an email to subbie parents that grinding was not permitted. In the meeting and t...

News briefs: Events

Anna Ondrejckova, Annette Lee, Brandon Van Der Donk, Camden Coleman, Matthew Tang, Julian Montague, Raya Gandhi, Sophia Ebel, Tony Li, Zona Hrnjak, and Ha Tran

September 6, 2017

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  Construction on Green and Mathews: Anna Ondrejckova   Recent construction on Green Street and Mathews is affecting bus transportation. Uni students and students from campus take public MTD buses as a way ...

News brief: Sports and Athletics

Alex Dolcos, Ahmad Bobat, Michelle Kim, Paul D'Angelo, Raymond Jones, Reed Phillips, and Shreya Gargya

September 6, 2017

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Boy’s Soccer Preview: Alex Dolcos Coach: Phil Anders Last year: 18-3 overall; 4th place IHSA 1a state Top returners: Omeed Miraftab-Salo, Sr ; Rahi Miraftab-Salo, Sr ; Noah Blue, Sr ; Paul D’Angelo, Sr ; Jan Ondrej...

What Uni thinks of getting rid of subbie year

Saahithi Maturi, Grace Qiu, Anika Kimme

May 23, 2017

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The issue of getting rid of the subbie class has been one of the most discussed topics from the Strategic Vision Task Force Report that Jeff Walkington sent out in April. Although many students had positive things to say abou...

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