The Urban Legend

The School Newspaper of Urban School of San Francisco

The School Newspaper of Urban School of San Francisco

The Urban Legend

The School Newspaper of Urban School of San Francisco

The Urban Legend

COVID-19 and gender at the NCAA Tournament

Lochlain Steere, Staff Writer May 7, 2021

In 2020, for the first time in NCAA history, both the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments were canceled due to the growing threat of COVID-19. Now a year later, the ongoing threat of the coronavirus...

Gender in the classroom

Zoe Sokatch, Staff Writer March 28, 2021

I’m sitting (virtually) with Nora Onek ‘23 on a Wednesday afternoon exactly two weeks after the Month of Understanding forum, Gender in the Classroom, hosted by Students for Women’s Equality and...

Quarantining brings back old gender norms

Sophia Gibson, Features Editor May 22, 2020

With the recent outbreak of COVID-19, much of the world’s population has had to restructure their daily lives. In the Bay Area, the shelter in place order has forced adults to work remotely from home,...

Growth in gender affinity groups points to need for more talk on sexism, Urban School students say

Jacob Winick , Staff Writer November 14, 2013

With approximately 140 members combined, Students for Women’s Equality and Rights (SWEAR) and Young Men’s Group (YMG) are a strong presence at Urban this year. Students signed up to join the SWEAR...

SNL actors Nasim Pedrad and Seth Meyers joke about women’s once-icy, but now thawing, sentiments for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. 
Photo from NBC.com/Fair Use exemption

Opinion: When it comes to sexism, girls may be more than half of the problem

Marney Kline March 27, 2013

In the film, “When Harry Met Sally,” 22-year-old Sally (Meg Ryan) arrives in New York to pursue the trifecta of modern-day womanhood: career, partner, and social milieu. Several years later, Sally...

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