The Urban Legend

The School Newspaper of Urban School of San Francisco

The Urban Legend

The School Newspaper of Urban School of San Francisco

The Urban Legend

Solar panels on Urbans Page building roof. Photo credit: David Coffman.

Where does Urban’s power come from?

Zoe Sokatch, Arts and Culture & Caboose Editor November 18, 2021

From the posters that line the hallways and bathroom stalls with sustainability tips, to the four available classes that address environmental issues, Urban is an environmental activism hotspot. However,...

Buying better: the fashion industry’s moral and environmental dilemma.

Tulin Chang-Maltepe, Staff Writer March 28, 2021

Walking down Haight Street, even walking around Urban, we all see a riot of color and culture. Everyone is dressed head to toe in the various colors of the rainbow, in styles ranging from funky oversized...

This Sept. 23, 2016 photo shows a produce stand inside El Departamento de la Comida farmers market and organic restaurant that sells locally grown produce in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The most recent statistics from the governors office show farm income grew 25 percent to more than $900 million from 2012-2014 while the amount of acreage under cultivation rose 50 percent over the past four years, generating at least 7,000 jobs. (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti)

Puerto Rico post Maria: “feed the islands, not the exports”

Lily Daniel, Caboose Editor November 16, 2017

In the wake of destruction caused by Hurricane Maria, sustainable farming organizations in Puerto Rico such as El Departamento de La Comida are attempting to encourage a shift away from the country’s...

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