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Super Hero of the Streets
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Super Hero of the Streets

By TANVI BARGAJE Staff Writer Located at the entrance to University High School, the intersection at the Campus Drive is usually extremely busy every morning and afternoon. Just crossing the street is a chaotic experience for students, faculty and drivers, and during peak hours, cars line up hastily as Campus Drive becomes more and more...

The Knight Rises
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The Knight Rises

By HAMZAH ALAM and TANVI BARGAJE Staff Writers There are few things as scary as falling down an 18-foot ladder. One minute, a person is standing up, in the middle of diligently painting the roof of a house. The next minute, a loud crash and a bang, and suddenly, the painter is lying down on...

Big Brain, Big Gains
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Big Brain, Big Gains

By REESE CARLTON Staff Writer We all have to thank our teachers for how much they’ve done for us: helping us progress our knowledge, develop our character, and deal with us in our adolescence. However, something often overlooked is that our teachers, being human, want to get BIG. Beyond the fundamentals of political science, mathematics...

What’s in store?
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What’s in store?

By HAMZAH ALAM Staff Writer Every day at lunch, students crowd in and surround the Student Store, many eager to buy one of the two flavors of slushies available to be sold that day for a buck apiece. Some are at the student store to pick up a bag of chips, or maybe to grab...

The man with three goats and a goatee
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The man with three goats and a goatee

By KEITA ICHII Staff Writer English teacher Mr. Martin Stibolt is an eccentric man. He’s lighthearted as a teacher and often makes quirky and witty jokes at any opportunity; he’s the club advisor of the Dungeons and Dragons Club and is an avid player himself; he also dons a fashionable goatee and uniquely, takes care...

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The Inside Scoop

By HAMZAH ALAM and SOFIA BUITRAGO-YEPES Staff Writers September is one of the hottest months of the year here in Irvine. Students all crave delicious desserts that will alleviate from the scorching heat. There are many ice cream parlors scattered around the city and some are close to campus, one being the beloved store of...

Keeping up with Mr. Kough
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Keeping up with Mr. Kough

By SOPHIA BALKOVSKI Staff Writer As students may have noticed, one of the assistant principals, Mr. Kris Kough, hasn’t been around since the beginning of the school year. For the past few months, he has been serving our country by volunteering his time to the U.S. Army in Afghanistan. Going above and beyond, he is...

Fashion at UHS 2: The Rise of Thrifting
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Fashion at UHS 2: The Rise of Thrifting

BY AMERAH ELSISY Staff Writer Updating your wardrobe can come with some challenges. For example, money — it could cost hundreds of dollars just to get 1 or 2 outfits. Another problem is style. Going from store to store, we see the same trends copied a million times everywhere we look. Also, the fast-paced cycle...