The Urban Legend

In memoriam and appreciation of Ezekiel Singer

In memoriam and appreciation of Ezekiel Singer

Lola McAllister, Editor-in-Chief

October 25, 2018

  From Matthew Casey: EZ loved unconventional thinking. In physics, he dismissed rote calculations as “garbage” or “utter junk.” And then, often with a smirk, he devised his own creative, elegant solutions. EZ had a sort of irreverent brilliance. EZ captivated us in Space C...

From the screen to the stage: Urban Theater presents X Files: Resist or Serve

From the screen to the stage: Urban Theater presents  X Files: Resist or Serve

Emma Draisin, Staff Writer

February 10, 2016

Students, If you are anywhere near the gumption theater during a D period this term, do not fret! There is not, in fact, mass murder or torture being conducted on campus. The screams and intense music you might hear is just part of a typical rehearsal of this year’s winter production, X Files: Res...

Free speech rights play out differently at private schools than at public schools

Aleah Jennings-Newhouse, Staff Writer

February 10, 2015

“Urban starts with freedom of speech,” said Charlotte Worsley, Assistant Head for Student Life. She was referring to the way that the Urban School administration interacts with student publications. And here is why this statement matters: while student journalists at public schools are granted freedom...

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