Future for Muni Looks Bleak Post-COVID

Cooper Makhijani, Staff Writer

October 19, 2020

Urban students rely heavily on Muni and other public transportation to get to and from school, but coronavirus-caused Muni closures and budget problems have many worried the transportation agency may never fully recover. Muni is San Francisco’s municipal transportation agency. Muni runs buses,...

The Urban Legend Crossword returns: Whose House?

Crossword #2: Whose House?

Kian Nassre, Editor in Chief of Visuals

November 15, 2017

Clues Answers   Are you sure you want to look at the answers?   Are you 100% certain?   You gotta be sure before you look at them, so are you?   Last chance, all spoilers are on you now.   ...

Rooms With a View

Rendering by Pfau Long Architecture

Zachary Ngin, Staff Writer

March 17, 2016

Urban’s North Campus, the so-called “Blueprint for the Future,” is opening next year. The 63,000-square-foot building will include seven classrooms, two student commons, a college counseling center, a “tournament-sized gymnasium,” and more. Wow. Given the blinding rate of change at 1563 Page ...

High expectations for participation hinder students’ grades

Zoe Meneghetti, Staff Writer

June 4, 2015

There are 15 minutes left of class when my teacher asks the students a question. After 30 seconds, only one student raises his hand. The teacher continues eyeing the room as she nearly begs for another student to put their hand up. My teacher aggressively asks the student with his hand raised to give...

New Senior Spirit Committee brings back Urban pride

Class of 2012 showing Urban pride at a soccer game.

Ilana Brandstetter, Staff Writer

September 26, 2014

Chanting at soccer games while decked out out in blue and white body paint and going to dances in full-on costume, four years ago, the class of 2012 set a high standard for Urban pride. However, this palpable school spirit has died out in the past three years. “I’ve seen the decline of upperclassmen...

Girls varsity basketball trounces rival University at Kezar in front of large crowd

Annakai Geshlider, Special to the Legend

January 23, 2013

Jan. 16- For the first time since the 2009-2010 season, the girls Varsity basketball team beat the University High School Devils on Jan. 17 at Kezar Pavilion. Despite a rough start, the Blues dominated University for the majority of the game and won 62-40. "We started (out) kind of depressing," said Urban...

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