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

Korea unites for the Olympics

Tikloh Bruno-Basaing April 3, 2018

The Korean Peninsula has been saturated with conflict between North and South Korea for decades due to war and politics. Like in many cultures, athletics have been able to provide a level of harmony between...

Russia at the 2018 Olympics

Phoebe Grandi April 3, 2018

Tensions in the Russian doping scandal have deepened as two participating Russian athletes received positive drug test results in the last weeks of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. This year, there...

Reflecting on Rio olympics 2016

Katie Jonckheer, Arts and Culture Editor November 2, 2016

   The summer Olympics take the media by storm for two hectic weeks every four years. Although the excitement has died down on American televisions, the host city continues to  confront the impacts...

After arduous trek, Jamaican bobsled team finishes 29th

Griffin Bianchi, Staff Writer February 18, 2014

Thanks to “Cool Runnings,” the sports film that profiled the 1988 Jamacian bobsled team, one of the most important moments of the Winter Olympics takes place when the Jamaican men’s bobsled team...

Women’s Brazilian doubles bobsled team crashes hard

Griffin Bianchi, Staff Writer February 18, 2014

On Feb. 16, Brazil's Olympic women's bobsled doubles team of Fabiana Santos and Sally da Silva seemed to be on another smooth training run, until a high turn on one of the sharp bends. One of the sled’s...

Matt Lauer, Al Roker provide some comedic relief in low-speed luge run

Griffin Bianchi, Staff Writer February 18, 2014

Feb. 14 marked an important day in the history of news television.For the second time, The Today Show’s Al Roker and Matt Lauer donned the standard United States’ spandex suits and helmets to take...

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