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Homecoming 2019: A Night to Remember

By ADITYA TYAGI Staff Writer I wish I could say I was one of the first to have my foot in the door at Homecoming, but I wasn’t. It took 42 minutes before I even saw the doors. Fortunately, I can certainly say it was well worth the wait, with music, lights, and… video games?  Homecoming...

Fine Arts Week Highlights
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Fine Arts Week Highlights

    By GRACE LIU & VARSHA BADAVIDE Staff Writers From March 11 to March 15, UHS’ campus bustled with activity, excitement, and most importantly, art, as UHS ASB hosted its annual Fine Arts Week. It is an event that showcases all the visual and performing arts programs at UHS. “We started planning Fine Arts...

2019 Dance Showcase: Feet Don’t Fail Me Now
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2019 Dance Showcase: Feet Don’t Fail Me Now

By CADEN CHOW Staff Writer The spotlight’s on the stage. The red curtain rises, and a group of dark silhouettes stand side by side, awaiting the cue of the music… The 2019 Dance Showcase, Feet Don’t Fail Me Now, was quite a spectacle. It brought the school’s diversity and spirit on the stage, incorporating energetic...

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What You Didn’t Know About Mrs. Skulsky

By ERIN KIM Features Editor Ah, the iconic Peggy Skulsky. Often spotted in her colorful outfits and her signature curly hair-do, Mrs. Skulsky is one of Uni’s most beloved substitute teachers. Though many students recognize Mrs. Skulsky for her frequent visits to UHS and her bold personality, few know her story and its influence on her...

UHS Dance Company Presents: From the Ashes
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UHS Dance Company Presents: From the Ashes

By IRENE PANIS Staff Writer As the lights dimmed and the cacophony of laughter and chatter from the audience faded into silence, different voices began echoing throughout the theater, one after another. “I wish I danced more,” one voice said. “I wish I got to say goodbye,” said another. “What’s going to happen to us?”...

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Misunderstand: a short story

BY LAWRENCE XU Staff Writer 7 o’clock in the morning, the alarm wakes William up from his sleep. Today’s Monday, just like any other Monday, nothing special about it. On the way to school, he suddenly remembers that he’s finally switching seats in his Chinese class. He smiled all the way to school. “I can’t...

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Seniors Shout for Spirit: Spirit Week 2016

By: MADELINE CHOU & ANDREW NGUYEN Staff Writers Dress-Up Days Students school-wide showed up in their red, white and blue best to start up this year’s first dress up day: ‘Merica Monday. Students were spotted with patriotic gear ranging from stars-and-stripes hats to some “pretty snazzy looking flag pants” as Jamie Han (Sr.) so eloquently put....

And the Trojans come marching in: a new season begins for Marching Band and Color Guard
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And the Trojans come marching in: a new season begins for Marching Band and Color Guard

  Correction: In the printed version of this article, we incorrectly quoted Mitchell Rogers (Jr.). The quote has been corrected in this version. By JENSEN LIM LEONG Staff Writer The UHS Marching Trojan Regiment and UHS Color Guard are starting the new season with the theme  of Romeo and Juliet. Over the next several weeks,...