By SIARA GUNAWARDHANA Staff Writer Senior Hina Tamaki, first chair clarinet of the UHS Wind Symphony, began her exploration of music at a young age.
Category: Arts and Entertainment
By KRISTOPHER ZULUETA Staff Writer Photography is a part of all our lives, whether it be taking photos of your friends and family, looking at pictures in a book, or someone taking a photo of yourself. Nominated for her excellence in photography by visual arts and photography instructor Ms. Hali Kessler, senior Marta Meinardi has been a photographer since she was 14 years old.
By ANABEL HOWERY Staff Writer Senior Meghana Krishnan is an 18 year-old singer who has spent eight years since fourth grade as a vocalist.
By SYDNEY GAW Staff Writer With the spring sports season underway, the UHS Marching Trojan Regiment has also resumed socially distanced practices.
By SYDNEY GAW Staff Writer Since the beginning of quarantine last April, it has become increasingly difficult for artists to showcase their work. The cancellation of art exhibits, concerts, performances, and live showcases has meant that artists have fewer opportunities to share projects and have to find other ways to retain their creativity.
By FARAAZ AZIZ Staff Writer The California Educational Theatre Association (CETA) High School Theatre Festival took place on January 16, in which UHS Theatre Arts participated with a one-act play called “Philip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread.”
By JULIET CURTIS Staff Writer Eight UHS students were accepted as California All-State Orchestra Honorees this past January, joining either the Symphony Orchestra or the String Orchestra. Organized by the California Orchestra Directors Association (CODA), invitations to join either group is considered a prestigious achievement for high school musicians. The complete list of UHS All-State...
By SAGE LAMOTT Staff Writer The album evermore swells with maturity as Taylor Swift strings together lyrics and chords as if they were beads on a long bohemian necklace. She’s reflective of her past in a longing and folky sort of way.
By SAGE LAMOTT Staff Writer Sitting down to watch the first episode of Emily in Paris, I was expecting a romanticized view of France from a flirty and likable narrator. That is not what I received by any account. All of the elements are there – dreamy Parisian streets, attractive French people, luxury clothes, the whole shooting match. Yet, this show is still a train-wreck.
By FARAAZ AZIZ Staff Writer Twitch, a live streaming platform used predominantly by gamers, has recently faced the challenge of dealing with copyrighted material––more specifically, how to deal with copyrighted music in streamers’ live stream.