SFUSD draws frustration by prioritizing renaming over reopening

Clementine Daniel, Editor in chief, Print March 28, 2021

  This story is split into 2 parts, The Renaming gives concrete details about the bay area schools being renamed and the criteria. The Students section shares student opinions and reactions...

Letter from the Editors

Ellie Lerner and Clementine Daniel March 23, 2021

Dear Urban, In a year unlike any other, our staff has continued to put an immense amount of time and effort into producing issues of The Urban Legend for our community. We are excited to present...

COVID-19 vaccine timeline: explained

Sydney Riemer, Editor-in-Chief, Online March 23, 2021

Note: This article is factually accurate as of February 2021. However, the vaccine rollout plans are ever-changing so many statistics and claims in this article may not be relevant to the time you are...

57.7% of Urban students following the stay-at-home order

Callum Yeaman, Sports Editor January 20, 2021

In accordance with Governor Gavin Newson’s restrictions, a stay-at-home order was officially implemented in San Francisco on December 6. San Franciscans are required to shelter in place and refrain from...

31% of Urban students social distancing during COVID-19

Orla Meehan, Caboose Editor and Managing Editor, Creative January 20, 2021

The ongoing pandemic, which hit the United States this march, has transformed how Urban students socialize with one another. Teenagers must now balance the importance of keeping themselves and their loved...

The 2020-21 college application process: applying during a pandemic

The 2020-21 college application process: applying during a pandemic

Sydney Riemer, Editor-in-Chief, Online November 19, 2020

Each year an estimated 69.8% of high school seniors across the United States begin their college application process; it is the culmination, for many, of four years of challenging classes, extracurriculars,...

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