The Urban Legend

Lena Bianchi
Lena Bianchi started her career at the Urban Legend by examining students at Urban who commutes long distances, followed up by a review of the Urban School's production of "Sweeny Todd." Lena also drew the majority of the Urban Legend's illustrations.

As a senior, Lena became the design editor and was singularly responsible for the best-looking parts of the Yeti. She also explored the Amazon Go stores and California's new Real ID requirements.

Lena Bianchi, Design Editor

May 04, 2019
Spanish reality TV show contestant shares her experience (Story/Media)
Feb 28, 2019
No more cashiers: Amazon Go is changing the way we shop (Story/Media)
Jan 11, 2019
Inside teacher offices (Story)
Oct 25, 2018
California implements Real ID after 13 years (Story)
May 22, 2018
Seniors write, design, and direct mini plays for the annual One Act Festival (Story)
Apr 03, 2018
Sexual assault cases impact Urban students’ media consumption (Story)
Feb 06, 2018
From apartment building to full size gym: the evolution of Urban’s campus (Story)
Nov 16, 2017
‘Sweeney Todd’ brings horror to the Gumption Theater (Story)
Oct 26, 2017
Going the distance: a look at commuting students (Story)
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