The Urban Legend

Summer ’17: the Urban way

Summer ’17: the Urban way

Tallula Ricciardi and Zoe Lusk

October 24, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture

It’s a chilly San Francisco morning in the dead of summer. One Urban student is hard at work in a white lab coat, while another is slumped on his couch in his ravioli-stained pajamas. For some, relaxation was their primary concern. Others used last summer to pursue academic and personal passions. Rile...

Fake IDs

Cole Palmer, Staff Writer

June 3, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, News, Top Stories

*The names of sources have been changed to protect their anonymity ** The release of this story was delayed by one year to protect anonymous sources   As he stepped into the gleaming, fluorescent interior of the convenience store, Jamie* eyed the glowing row of refrigerators lined up aga...

Blues Jam at Blues Jam

Blake Case, Staff Writer

May 30, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture

The Urban School website states that Urban music programs and events promote the idea that “even young musicians are capable of excellence,” and Blues Jam was a “lively” example, said Devon Jeffery (‘18). While Urban has a wide array of music groups and classes to join, Abby Walker (‘18) sa...

An annoying sophomore’s take on his “favorite” Urban classes

Kian Nassre, staff writer

May 18, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Computer Science 1 & 2 My name for it: there are 10 types of people in this world, people who get binary and people who don’t. Computer Science is rather hard to explain, so I will define some of the terms that you may run into. Recursion: If someone says “you’re dumb,” then takes it...

Mark Salkind: The man behind the building

Mark Salkind: The man behind the building

Emma Draisin, Staff Writer and Features Editor

February 8, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Stories

   “If you had asked me when I was 14 years old, would I end up being a high school principal, I would have looked at you and said, ‘are you kidding?’”    Head of the Urban School of San Francisco, Mark Salkind speaks as he sits across from me on a rainy Tuesday morning. We are at his la...

Are your laptop habits affecting your health?

Are your laptop habits affecting your health?

Emma Draisin, Features Editor, Staff Writer

October 26, 2016


Filed under Features

    It’s 11pm on a Thursday night. The blue glow of the screen reflects off my sun-deprived skin. I sit hunched over my keyboard, furiously typing away at my English essay. My neck goes stiff. My toes fall asleep. My eyes glaze over. Every weeknight, Urban students are in the exact same predicame...

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