Infamous Rock on Bernal Hill brings humour and politics to SF cityscape

Lily Daniel, Staff Writer

March 23, 2017

Bernal Heights, named the #1 “hottest” neighborhood in America of 2014 by Redfin, is known for its many families and combination of old San Franciscans and younger money. Due to its proximity to Palo Alto and Silicon Valley, the neighborhood is highly desirable for new tech employees. Bernal also...

Fake News and its prevalence during the 2016 Presidential Election

Aidan Ryan, Staff Writer

March 22, 2017

The Urban Legend’s morning headline reads, “Fare leaves Urban after multiple students are hospitalized from food poisoning.” You pause. What? How can you tell if this is true or not?   Fake news describes articles uploaded to the internet with such a bias that they state false informatio...

Why I’m with her

Skylar Baker, Guest Writer

October 25, 2016

"Since her first presidential campaign in 2008, I've viewed Clinton as someone who exemplifies the very things my family has raised me to value: female empowerment, generosity, open-mindedness, and moderation."

Why I support Donald Trump

Latté Hutchinson, Guest Writer

October 25, 2016

"Though agreeing with some of Trump’s tactics is rare at Urban, I think it is important to stand up for what I believe in despite the social consequences"

EDITORIAL: Gender binary decisions all wrong for Urban School students selecting next year’s leaders

EDITORIAL: Gender binary decisions all wrong for Urban School students selecting next year's leaders

Griffin Bianchi, Staff Writer

May 8, 2014

Every year, for the last 26 years, Urban has elected co-presidents to lead all-school meetings, plan events, and guide the student committee. And every year, according to a rule in force since 1988, Urban has elected one boy and one girl. The voter survey we’re sent asks us to choose our favorite...

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