Urban Event Update: the fall production Roads to Liberation: A Feminist Cabaret

Maya Campbell, Arts and Culture Editor December 4, 2020

To attend this event click HERE The cast of the Roads to Liberation: A Feminist Cabaret Natalia A                    Ella J Molly B                       Philo J Morgan...

Opinion: Two party system leaves no room for unity

Sophia Gibson, Features Editor November 19, 2020

When I decided to spend the last six weeks of the 2020 fall term doing Virtual School in Germany, I expected to miss both the physical aspects of San Francisco as well as conversations with my friends....

Summer anti-racist groups: what they did and how to get involved

Clementine Daniel, Editor in chief, Print October 19, 2020

On June 9th, 2020, just days before the end of spring term, faculty members Samantha Littlejohn, Ben Slater, and Courtney Rein sent an email to the student body “on behalf of all who want to help...

New blues reflect on unique transition to high school

Zoe Sokatch , Staff Writer October 19, 2020

Ninth grade at Urban is full of awkward introductions, getting lost in the corridors of the Page Street campus, staying on top of homework, and trying to find a place in the both welcoming and at times...

The joys and sorrows of Tinder

Eli Gordon, Editor-in-Chief, Print May 11, 2020

I admit that I started writing this story with some hesitation. It is illegal for people under the age of 18 to use dating apps, and many students are embarrassed to publicly share such an intimate part...

Rethinking the Reader

Rethinking the Reader

Maya Campbell, Staff Writer February 4, 2020

With forty years of history, Readers have become a staple in the Urban Curriculum. Teachers are continuously adapting Readers to fulfill students’ needs, but is it time for Readers to take another step...

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