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  • Travel ban violates Constitution

    Travel ban violates Constitution

    February 10, 2017

    Americans woke up to a shocking, controversial travel ban on Jan. 27 that has put a massive strain on American families, businesses, and universities.  Within his first week in office, President Trump issued an executive order suspending the entry of Syrian refugees into the United States indefinitely, as well as barring individuals from Libya, Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for 90 days.  Trump has additionally said, however, that ... READ MORE »»

    Immigrants from Muslim and refugee majority countries face further ostracism because of the travel restriction.

    Cartoon by Mae Wang

  • In memory of Dick Kampmann

    In memory of Dick Kampmann

    Kate Im, Sports Editor

    February 10, 2017

    Friends and family gathered at Stivelman Theater to say goodbye to track legend and beloved coach Dick Kampmann on Saturday, Feb. 4. Kampmann was a phenomenal Uni track and field coach who dedicated 25 years (1962 to 1987) to training Uni student athletes. Kampmann passed away at the age of 92 on Jan. 23 in Santa Monica. “It’s impossible to find any athletes that didn’t say that he was a person who influenced and impacted their lives in a posi... READ MORE »»

    Photo Courtesy of Kampmann Family

  • Trump Fulfills Campaign Promises

    Trump Fulfills Campaign Promises

    Sebastian Orozco, Staff Writer

    February 10, 2017

    The nation was in a state of conflict when Donald J. Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States on Friday, Jan. 20. Press secretary Sean Spicer claimed it was “the largest audience ever to witness an inauguration.”  The ceremony proceeded as planned, but protests erupted the following day. In response to his controversial viewpoints towards women’s rights, Women’s Marches took place the following day in all 50 sta... READ MORE »»

    750,000 people gather to advocate for human rights and protest Trump’s stance on major issues at the Downtown Los Angeles Women’s March on Saturday, Jan. 21. Photo by Trixie Valdezco.

  • 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.

Trump Fulfills Campaign Promises

Trump Fulfills Campaign Promises

Sebastian Orozco, Staff Writer

The nation was in a state of conflict when Donald J. Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States on Friday, Jan. 20. Press secretary Sean Spicer claimed it was “the largest audience ever to witness an inaug...  Read More »

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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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Who has better plans for Feb. 14?

Amy Oh, Features Editor

Single: Lilly Khatirnia, junior Q) How are you planning to celebrate Single’s Awareness Day? A) I plan on getting myself chocolate and just enjoying it like any regular day. I’m just going to appreciate the fact t...  Read More »

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  • Google Pixel: Google fights back February 9, 2017
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Girls Soccer

Girls Soccer

Kate Im & Esther Han, Sports Editor & Staff Writer

Throughout the season, the girls soccer team struggled with defending. The girls are currently standing with an overall score of 4-12-2 and league score of 3-5-2 in Los Angeles City Section Division I. ...  Read More »

Feb 10 • No Comments

Boys Soccer

Boys Soccer

February 10, 2017

Boys Basketball

Boys Basketball

February 10, 2017

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