The Urban Legend

Inside the 2019 Winter Art Show

Inside the 2019 Winter Art Show

Clementine Daniel, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019

On Thursday, Feb. 14, 18 dedicated Urban artists will gather in the Page Street building to present their installations which have been weeks in the making as a part of the Winter Art Show. The Winter Art Show class runs annually during Winter term, providing Seniors with an “opportunity to deepen an ...

The amazing pets of Urban

The amazing pets of Urban

Sydney Riemer, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

Animals play a significant role in the lives of people all around the world as well as the lives of the Urban students. They are our companions, our best friends and a part of our families, but our pets are often even more unique and amazing than we imagine. Continue reading and you will find fun s...

WashU Professor details three steps to becoming happier

WashU Professor details three steps to becoming happier

Kyra Nagle, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

Every day, billions of people around the world wake up wanting to have a great day. They want to laugh, smile, and be around the people they love. They want to be happy. But how does one truly achieve this goal of happiness? This summer, I attended a lecture held by Tim Bono, professor of Psychology...

Urban leads SF high schools with Meatless Mondays

Urban leads SF high schools with Meatless Mondays

Ellie Lerner, Staff Writer

December 19, 2018

This December, Urban may become the first school in San Francisco to implement Meatless Mondays if the trial for the new menu is proven successful. Out of concern for the dire state of the environment, Urban student Ella Rosenblatt ‘19 brought the idea of Meatless Mondays to the school administratio...

Lack of diversity in the Bay Area cannabis business

Lack of diversity in the Bay Area cannabis business

Tallula Ricciardi, Arts & Culture Editor

December 19, 2018

Since the legalization of recreational marijuana in January of 2018, the Bay Area community and economy have faced drastic changes in the cannabis industry. As more legal dispensaries open in San Francisco and around the Bay, issues emerge surrounding racial and economic diversity in the industry. A...

Behind Urban’s unique stonecarving class

Behind Urban’s unique stonecarving class

Clementine Daniel, Staff Writer

November 7, 2018

If you find yourself in the garden at 11am on a Monday morning, you’ll hear the rhythmic tapping of chisels on stone and the intermittent chirping of birds. You’ll see 14 sophomores, juniors, and seniors standing in a line focused and dedicated to carving away at their individual stones. ...

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