The Urban Legend

Urban Swimming team’s positive attitude

Urban Swimming team’s positive attitude

Zoe Lusk, Staff Writer

May 28, 2018


Filed under Sports

Last place. It isn’t a place that many high school teams would like to accept, but for Urban’s swim team, accepting a loss does not mean accepting defeat. Some credit this acceptance of mixed results to the team’s size. Urban’s team has only twelve members, while opponents such as Marin Aca...

Urban School spring sports season recap

Jack Gallo, Staff Writer

April 10, 2014


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

As we head into spring break, Urban athletes will receive well deserved time off from both classes and practices. With most, if not all of their seasons complete, potential playoff runs grow nearer and nearer. Let’s take a look back on how our Blues squads have done up until now. Girls soccer: Holding...

Gay athletes pushed to persevere at Sochi games

Olivia Morfit, Staff writer

March 20, 2014


Filed under Opinions

This year’s Olympics posed the tough decision of attendance to gay athletes. Essentially, they had to decide whether or not to allow their moral principles to overrule their athletic dedication. As an athlete, I have had to make similar decisions, and I’ve made the wrong one. I’ve never been...

The Urban School of San Francisco versus University High School: Bitter rivalry or petty jealousy?

The Urban School of San Francisco versus University High School: Bitter rivalry or petty jealousy?

Griffin Bianchi, Staff Writer

November 5, 2013


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

During his first month on the job, Greg Angilly was cleaning a closet when he found a curious artifact from Urban’s long gone sports teams — the mysterious “Blue-Red” bell, which once represented a powerful rivalry between Urban and University’s baseball teams. The tradition of the Blue-Red...

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