While young people are often criticized for their constant use of technology, the use of social media for social justice advocacy gives teenagers the opportunity to express their opinions on critical topics and advocate for societal reform.
Fall semester events, including the homecoming dance and football games, will be delayed or canceled due to the uncertainty of whether such large events can take place safely.
SAT and ACT testing centers across the nation are closed for the upcoming September test, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The popularity of takeout and delivery from restaurants has increased dramatically over these past few months. Due to COVID-19, California governor Gavin Newsom restricted certain counties, including Orange County, from allowing in-person dining, causing many restaurants to resort to takeout and delivery options.
By Amitis Tajallaei Staff Writer Trojan athletes across different grades have been training mentally and physically during the postponed fall season. For the 2020-2021 school year, CIF-SS decided to condense three seasons of sports into two seasons, a fall season and a spring season. With the Coronavirus pandemic and distance learning in full effect, training...
Faculty Follies was created in 1986 after a strike throughout the IUSD when staff morale was low- this show was intended to help bring people together in a healing process and generate a sense of camaraderie.
Academic Decathlon, or ACADECA, is a competition in which high school students from competing schools in the county engage in a series of multiple-choice examinations of various categories stemming from one central topic, in order to win both individual, and team medals.
Speech & Debate, in addition to being one of the most popular academic extracurricular activities high schoolers in the U.S. partake in, is one of UHS's premiere scholastic clubs. The phrase “Speech & Debate” is an overarching term for a variety of styles of debate and speech that Uni offers.
Science Fair is a year-round academic competition in which students, either individually or in groups of 2-3 (regardless of grade level), conduct science experiments/research studies to present at various science fairs in California.
Dual enrollment is an opportunity for high school students to take college courses at a local community college (either Irvine Valley College or Saddleback College).