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

What grade deans really think about you

What grade deans really think about you

Reese Bassuk, Staff Writer April 26, 2022

CHARISSE - 12th grade Give five phrases/words to describe your grade. Ambitious, capable, curious, good-hearted, honest. What color would your grade be? Purple, because it's a royal color. What...

Do students actually read the Urban Legend?

Ben Katznelson, News Editor April 26, 2022

The Urban Legend has long been a staple of the school and is a valuable student-driven vehicle of expression and information sharing. However, on distribution day, a pattern has surfaced time and time...

The race for District 17’s next Assembly Member

Reese Bassuk, Staff Writer March 3, 2022

On February 15, citizens of District 17 voted in a primary election to send two of the four Assembly seat candidates, current Board of Supervisors member Matt Haney and former Board of Supervisors...

Letter from the Editors

Zadie Winthrop, Mira Chandriani, and Maya Campbell, Editors in Chief January 21, 2022

Dear Urban, Your Urban Legend Editors are thrilled to share the 12th edition of The Yeti magazine with you. Despite the challenges the pandemic presented this month, our staff continued to produce...

Left to right: Laura Hawkins, Keira Darling ‘24, Philo Judson ‘22. Collage by: Eliot Solomon.

Finding community in the cyberspace

Eliot Solomon, Staff Writer January 21, 2022

The internet is seen as both a safe-haven and a dangerous place. Despite the threat of catfishers, porn messaging bots and doxxers who leak IP addresses, people still look to online spaces to find communities...

BSU poster in the Library on Tuesday, November 9th. Photo credit: Lochlain Steere.

Urban’s affinity and ally spaces balance light and heavy discussions

Reese Bassuk, Staff Writer November 18, 2021

Earlier this year, the student body filled up the Salkind Center Gym to listen to students present the affinity and ally spaces they led. All grades received a google form to put themselves on the sign...

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