Life in the United States was completely altered when the coronavirus pandemic first hit. As schools and businesses closed, the country came close to a complete shutdown. The world of professional sports had to go to a full stop as well. On March 11th, 2020, the National Basketball Association (NBA) came to an abrupt halt in the middle of their season because of the ongoing pandemic.
By MOHIT KOSURU Staff Writer
Students at University High School have varying opinions on returning to school amidst the ongoing pandemic.
Mail-in ballots will be cast in unprecedented numbers in the upcoming election largely due to safety concerns surrounding COVID-19.
The 2020 Census will accept responses online and through phone calls in addition to the mail format used in the 2010 Census for the first time in history.
UC schools have gone test blind, or will not consider ACT or SAT scores, for college admissions. The decision came about after a judge sided with attorneys representing disabled students
COVID-19 has impacted many industries when people were advised to enter into quarantine, including the anime industry where certain titles had to be postponed. Many creators sincerely apologized and promised to resume their work once things got situated throughout the pandemic.
At UHS, there are two classes that count for both PE and Art credit: Color Guard and Dance (Tech 1, Tech 1, Khana Chor, and Dance Company). Although there have been no in-person practices, these students had to stay artistic and physically active in order to maintain their skill. However, quarantine has made a dramatic impact on their daily lives.
By ARIANE OCHOA Staff Writer Many schools in states such as Texas, Florida, and Arkansas have already opened up, but is reopening schools a necessity in the midst of a pandemic?
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a video game that any audience can enjoy, no matter their age or cultural background. Millions of players escape daily boredom by creating their own secluded worlds in this video game that is playable only on the Nintendo Switch.
Twenty seniors from UHS are among the nation’s 16,000 National Merit Scholarship (NMS) semifinalists, earning them a chance to receive a $2,500 scholarship.