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University Narrowly Misses a League Win Against Portola

By Harrison Hill Staff Writer Trojan Football went up against Portola High School this past Friday, resulting in a 46-14 loss. The game also was the Pink Out game, in which students were encouraged to wear pink in honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness month.  Despite the outcome of the game, The Trojans still...

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Girls Tennis Remains Undefeated After Game Against WoodBridge

By ALLAN ZENG Staff Writer The UHS Girl’s Tennis team once again showed their dominance, triumphing over Woodbridge High School at their home game 14-4. After making it all the way to the C.I.F. finals last season, this year’s team looks just as formidable, as they’re currently undefeated. Once again, University never seemed to be...

High Club Kickoff ticket sales suggest increased club incomes
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High Club Kickoff ticket sales suggest increased club incomes

By SABRINA HUANG Staff Writer The Club Kickoff ticket system has resulted in a cumulative increase in sales from years prior and an improvement in the efficiency of accounting and transactions during the event. However, the new system has nevertheless drawn criticism from students for disadvantaging consumers due to the inconvertibility of unused tickets.   According...

10 Study Tips to Help You Become a Successful High School Student
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10 Study Tips to Help You Become a Successful High School Student

By DIANA ZHANG Staff Writer School has just started and tests and reading tasks have already begun to pile on. Many students will soon become overwhelmed by the schoolwork and homework that is assigned. Try taking these studying skills into consideration as you strive to study efficiently for your classes. Study Tip #1: Organize the...

Fluctuations in French
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Fluctuations in French

By NANCY WU Staff Writer In recent years, the French program at University High School (UHS) has experienced significant changes. Several French teachers have left UHS and new teachers have replaced them. Yet when students who were initially expecting to take AP French or French 4 received their schedules this year, they were shocked to...

Rethinking Millennials
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Rethinking Millennials

By NANCY WU Staff Writer The Millennial Generation, or “Generation Y,” is the rising superpower in America. They are roughly defined as the group of people born in 1980s to early 2000s. Millennials have been labeled as entitled, narcissistic, and interested only in their Facebook pages. The latest release of the American Freshman Survey, an annual survey...

Club Spotlight: UHS Rocketry Club
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Club Spotlight: UHS Rocketry Club

By BILL ZAN Staff Writer Model rockets are small rockets designed to reach low altitudes. Since the launch of Sputnik on October 4, 1957, model rocketry has become a popular hobby, and the popularity of  rocketry events and competitions has soared around the world. Over the years, with the aid of technology, model rocketry has...