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UHS Ethics Bowl Team Wins Nationals
Chaitanya Kotra May 18, 2021
The UHS Ethics Bowl Team placed first at the 2021 National High School Ethics Bowl in its second year as a club at UHS.
UHS Students Shine Bright at OC Science & Engineering Fair
UHS Students Shine Bright at OC Science & Engineering Fair
Heidi Jin May 18, 2021
UHS students won a number of awards at OCSEF which was held virtually in April. 
Some teachers have reacted positively to the prospect of being able to receive the vaccine in the near future. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.
UHS Teachers Receive Eligibility for COVID-19 Vaccination
Juliet Curtis, Staff Writer  • March 26, 2021

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently declared all Pre-K and K-12 staff members nationwide eligible...

As seniors reflect on their four years at Uni, many have valuable lessons to pass on.
Advice from Seniors
Yasna Rahmani, Staff Writer • May 18, 2021
During the past four years, the class of 2021 has accumulated plenty of wisdom that can serve as valuable advice for underclassmen. Compiled below is a list of the top five pieces of advice that graduating seniors wanted to share.
How Masks Have Affected the DHH Community
How Masks Have Affected the DHH Community
Meera Hatangadi, Staff Writer • May 4, 2021

Communication is one of the most critical aspects of one’s life, especially in school. Being able to interact...

Teaching During COVID
Teaching During COVID
Christina Yue, Staff Writer  • April 13, 2021

The worldwide lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic has caused major challenges for the school system. Teachers have...

Obstacles in Mental Health: Lose the “Suck It Up” Mentality
Obstacles in Mental Health: Lose the “Suck It Up” Mentality
Iris Dou, Staff Writer • May 18, 2021
Individuals suffering from mental health illnesses need support and professional help, not to be told to just tough it out.
Hate & Prejudice
Hate & Prejudice
Evan Choe, Staff Writer • May 18, 2021
The recent rise in anti-Asian violence has lead many to pose the question: what does it really mean to be prejudiced? And how can we stand with the Asian community through these times?
Why You Should Watch Anime
Why You Should Watch Anime
Ariane Ochoa, Staff Writer • May 18, 2021
It is always a good idea to branch out and diversify the entertainment you consume, and exploring anime is a great place to start.
As seniors reflect on their four years at Uni, many have valuable lessons to pass on.
Advice from Senior Art Students
Anabel Howery, Staff Writer  • May 24, 2021
By ANABEL HOWERY Staff Writer If you are a student interested in participating or becoming more involved in art here at UHS, it may be difficult to know where to start. This article will help you navigate what programs are available at this school and will provide you with advice from current seniors who have taken part in such programs during their time at UHS.
April 2021 Marks the 25th National Poetry Month
April 2021 Marks the 25th National Poetry Month
Sydney Gaw, Staff Writer  • May 24, 2021
Poetry often is an expression of a multitude of feelings and ideas through imagery, rhythm, symbolism, and sometimes even visual supplements.
UHS held its annual Fine Arts Week throughout the week of April 27 (UHS Trojan Army).
UHS Fine Arts Week Recap
Sage Lamott, Staff Writer  • May 24, 2021
Fine Arts Week this year has looked different than previous installments of it but in conversation with senior and Fine Arts Liaison Hiromi Nishida, the passion for arts at UHS continues to shine through. 
Girls Basketball Falls to Woodbridge
Girls Basketball Falls to Woodbridge
Andrew Ke, Staff Writer • May 5, 2021

Girls Basketball lost 55-44 against Woodbridge on April 13, their second consecutive loss in the season. The loss dropped...

Girls Lacrosse Defeats Woodbridge
Girls Lacrosse Defeats Woodbridge
Amitis Tajallaei, Staff Writer • April 26, 2021

After defeating Woodbridge 11-8, the UHS Girls Lacrosse team marked their third league game. This game was the team's...

Hitting the Courts: Girls Tennis practice in Preparation for a New Season
Hitting the Courts: Girls Tennis practice in Preparation for a New Season
Amitis Tajallaei, Staff Writer  • April 14, 2021

Even with the uncertainty surrounding the upcoming season, the Girls Tennis team has utilized off-season practices to...

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