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  • The mourning after election day

    The mourning after election day

    November 10, 2016

    To many of us, the presidential election results are staggering. Regardless on how we feel about the outcome, however, we must look toward the future. We need to stand united and address the issues plaguing our country. In a way, this election has opened our eyes to the hate, bigotry, and general unrest of this nation. Rather than tiptoeing around subjects such as immigration, racism and xenophobia, this election has forced us to confront our true... READ MORE »»

    Cartoon by Trixie Valdezco

  • Clowning Around: Creepy clowns make their rounds

    Clowning Around: Creepy clowns make their rounds

    Melody Fuentes, Staff Writer

    November 10, 2016

    There have been numerous sightings of ‘killer clowns’, people dressed up as creepy clowns terrorizing whoever is in sight, in recent months. These clowns have been sighted throughout the United States and overseas in England, Australia, and Canada. One instance of clown terrorism took place in Colerain Township in Ohio. Police arrested a clown threatening to attack and harm the residents of the school. The clown threats have spread to soci... READ MORE »»

    People are using clown masks as forms of terrorism. Photos taken by Lorena Miranda.

  • Football falls to the Yankees

    Football falls to the Yankees

    Mekhi Marcelino, Photo Editor

    November 10, 2016

    The Hamilton Yankees defeated the Wildcats 34-14 at the Nov. 4 Homecoming game bringing the season to a close at 2-8 overall, 0-5 league. The Hamilton offense erupted in the first few offensive possessions of the game, leading University to quickly fall to a 0-14 deficit.  The Wildcats were held scoreless as Hamilton’s defense held strong, ending the first half with 21-0. “I felt disappointed that we hadn’t scored anything and that our team was pla... READ MORE »»

    Sophomore Jaelon Crutcher, kick returner and cornerback, attempts to evade Hamilton’s defender during the kickoff.

    Photo by Mekhi Marcelino

  • Obituary

    Obituary

    Amy Oh, Features Editor

    October 7, 2016

    University High School is mourning the tragic loss of two beloved teachers. English teacher Violeta Ponce passed away from a rare form of cancer,  Adnoid Cystic Carcinoma, on the morning of May 31. Fellow English teacher and journalism adviser Olga Kokino suffered from breast cancer and passed on the morning of Sept. 8.“Both ladies shared the same desire to live their lives to the fullest despite their terminal illnesses,” wrote Maria Lomeli,... READ MORE »»

  • Exercise Your Rights

    Exercise Your Rights

    Editorial

    October 7, 2016

    Cartoon by Clara Vamvulescu Only 45 percent of 46 million eligible voters under 30 participated in the 2012 presidential elections, according to the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement. It is a tragedy that so many are neglecting to exercise their constitutional right to make a difference in this country. Some argue that their one vote won’t matter in the bigger picture.  However, the 1910 election for New York’... READ MORE »»

    Cartoon by Julie Han

UNI RECEIVES GRANT FOR SCHOOL LIBRARY

Telmen Batbayar and Darren Gadvhi, Guest Writers

University High School received a grant from bestselling author James Patterson to support its school library on Nov. 18, 2016. In addition, Scholastic Reading Club will match each dollar of Patterson’s donation with “bonus...  Read More »

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There is hell toupée: Americans take to the streets to protest Trump presidency

There is hell toupée: Americans take to the streets to protest Trump presidency

Melody Fuentes, Staff Writer

Chants and yells coming from thousands of unsatisfied Americans was not uncommon to hear after the Nov. 8 presidential election. After the result of the election, in which billionaire businessman Donald Trump ended up...  Read More »

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Timeline 2016: World VS Uni

Amy Oh, Mae Wang, Matthew Valesquez, Ashley Ortiz, Ta'ouni Williams, and Dumitru Chiriac

WORLD EVENTS: Iran Nuclear Deal Before July 2015, Iran had a large amount of uranium and nearly 20,000 centrifuges, which was enough to make eight to ten bombs. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) has taken e...  Read More »

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@UTownSports Feed

Fall season wrap up

Girls Tennis Team   By Jennifer Cortes Staff Writer The girls tennis team had a great season with an overall record of 9-4 and league 8-4. “This season was very exciting. Our team worked well together and we had a lot of f...  Read More »

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Football falls to the Yankees

Football falls to the Yankees

November 10, 2016

Get to know your athlete

Get to know your athlete

November 10, 2016

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The student news site of University High in Los Angeles, California
The student news site of University High in Los Angeles, California