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

Jessica Yen in the Academic Deans Office in 2021. Photo credit: Rizal Adanza.

Get to know Jessica Yen

Maya Campbell and Mira Chandriani October 16, 2021

After a one and a half year hiatus of fully in-person school, the Urban School that students deserted in March of 2020 was not the one they returned to this fall. Inevitably we said goodbye to many and...

A year in review: 2020-2021

Maya Campbell, Editor in Chief, Online June 7, 2021

First Day of School August 31, 2020 The absence of the Senior Raid into the Salkind Center gym on August 31, 2020, marked an untraditional start to the 2020-2021 school year, yet other ASM traditions...

Newsom recall election draws mixed reactions

Mira Chandriani, Editor in Chief, Creative May 10, 2021

Since stay-at-home orders and lockdown restrictions blanketed California over a year ago, Gavin Newsom, governor of California, has received judgment and criticism for his handling of the pandemic. He...

AJ Jolishs Poem Ode to a Box Filled with Smaller Boxes

An honor beyond the words on the page: featuring AJ Jolish, one of Urban’s newest published authors

Maya Campbell, Arts and Culture Editor April 16, 2021

On March 25, 2021, the Urban community received news that three Urban students’ would soon have their work featured and published in the Marin Poetry Center High School Anthology 2021 alongside other...

SFUSD draws frustration by prioritizing renaming over reopening

Clementine Daniel, Editor in chief, Print March 28, 2021

  This story is split into 2 parts, The Renaming gives concrete details about the bay area schools being renamed and the criteria. The Students section shares student opinions and reactions...

Hybrid learning: what to expect

Maya Campbell, Arts and Culture Editor March 5, 2021

To the 9th graders who have yet to step on campus as a Blue, To the 10th graders who were just getting the hang of maneuvering the halls of Urban, To the 11th graders who last left Urban’s campus...

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