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UC High Students Swap Signs as Part of Senior Prank

Luke Minnick, Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

   On the weekend of April 20, a group of unidentified UC High seniors swapped the recently-added signs displayed on pillars around campus, moving the identification signs so that they no longer were placed in front of the build...

Jewish Student Union Club Stimulates Real World Conversation

Madeline Williams, Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

   The Jewish Student Union Club (JSU) holds meetings on Tuesdays in room 226 at which time students have discussions with a Rabbi about life experiences and Judaism.   Co-President of JSU Junior Shayna Meltzer said, “Every wee...

Site Modernization Continues

Audrey Continelli, Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

    This month, Proposition YY bond funds will allow for improvements to be made on the UC High campus.   According to Principal Jeff Olivero, there have been a series of improvements that have been carried out throughout the past se...

Art Attack Showcases Student Talent

Mara Mercado, Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

   On May 2, UC High’s ArtsTech seniors hosted Art Attack, a showcase of art from ArtsTech and other student artists, including events and activities such as a student film show, several art galleries, a ceramics-making stat...

Faith Club Renovates School Garden, Promotes Mental Health

Mara Mercado, Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

   UC High’s Faith Club offers a space for students to freely discuss their thoughts and views on religion with each other and guest speakers.    “Faith Club is a club where anyone religious or not can come talk about f...

Music Club Ends the Year With Beatles Tribute Show

Leila Garrett, Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

   On Friday, May 17, the UC High Music Club performed an all-Beatles set in the school’s auditorium as their final show for the year. The performance took place at 6 pm and included every member of the club; with musicia...

Recent Budget Cuts Impact UC High Child Development Program

Dillon Carr, Staff Writer

April 26, 2019

   Lower enrollment at UC High means that there has been a cut in funding to the Child Development Program, which may leave some juniors who are currently enrolled in the class without the option to take the class in their seni...

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