Three things Uni students want their parents to teach them

Abraham Han, Editor

September 14, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Near the end of the semester last year, journalism students were asked to write about ways that the student body, faculty, and parents could change. These three points came up in students’ reflections about how parents could...

Uni goers share their thoughts on Ramadan

Ahmad Bobat and Nusayb Mansury

May 17, 2018

Filed under News, Opinion

Ramadan began yesterday, Wednesday, and Muslims across the globe, including students at Uni, are fasting and will be fasting for an entire month. Ramadan is a month of the Muslim lunar calendar, and the first day of fasting wa...

Senior Reflection: Living with an eating disorder at Uni

Umar Hanif, Editor

May 17, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinion

There’s never been a point in my life where I haven’t been chubby. At the point where the rest of you had started to lose your baby fat, I just replaced it with adult fat.   Consequently, there’s also never been a po...

Uni tries to balance humanities and STEM

Faizah Rauther

May 15, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinion, Uncategorized

Uni has a reputation for being a more STEM focused school. However, when interviewed, majority of students said that they felt that humanities at Uni are as good, if not better, than the science and math departments. They felt...

Is Uni a good school for students with learning differences?

Anya Kaplan-Hartnett, Writer

May 15, 2018

Filed under Features, News, Opinion, Showcase Carousel

For almost a century, Uni has been recognized as one of the top high schools in the area. Uni’s vision is to work towards “encouraging a culture of creativity, thinking outside conventional boundaries, and pursuing learni...

Seniors: looking back and looking ahead

Kristine Wang and Neha Aluru

May 15, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinion

As the end of the school year approaches, the graduating class of 2018 spends their last few days in the halls of Uni High, their home for the past five years. While preparing for the next stage in their lives, they reflect on...

Why can’t we take mental illness seriously?

Emma Loewenstein, Writer

May 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion

“I’d rather die.” “Kill me.” “So triggered.” “Go kill yourself.” “I just had like three panic attacks.” “That’s depressing.” “I literally couldn’t get out of bed this morning.” I...

Mr. Kyoto Review

Ahmad Bobat and Angelynn Huang

May 1, 2018

Filed under Features, Gourmet Gargoyle, Opinion

What is poke (pronounced “pokay”)? That is a question many people ask when they first hear about it. Poke is traditionally a raw fish “salad” with rice that is served as an appetizer  in Hawaiian cuisine. However nowadays, ther...

Is Uni a welcoming place to discuss eating and body issues?

Anya Kaplan-Hartnett, Writer

April 27, 2018

Filed under Features, News, Opinion, Showcase Carousel

American culture has a fascination with thinness. In 2010, 54% of Americans claimed that they were currently on a diet. This obsession with restrictive eating and a never-ending desire to be thinner has dramatic effects on young p...

Vegetarian options at the food trucks

Ahmad Bobat, Writer

April 9, 2018

Filed under Features, Gourmet Gargoyle, Opinion

Uni students and faculty have been blessed to have a variety of food trucks outside whose menus range from breakfast foods to Mexican food to American classics. However, they don’t always cater to the needs of vegetarians. ...

The Elephant in the Room: Why has March for Our Lives garnered attention that Black Lives Matter never got?

Smita Nair and Emma Loewenstein

April 9, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase Carousel

After the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, the movement known as March for Our Lives has taken our nation by storm. Across the country, citizens are calling for gun reform, and the agenda of March for Our Lives has impa...

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