A Style Interview with Mr. Hess

Tate Flack, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018

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Mr. Hess, arguably University School’s most stylish teacher, answers questions on how stay fresh within the parameters of the dress code. The US dress code is strict in terms of hair length and facial hair. Mr. Hess doesn’t...

A Smile

Andre Berglund, Staff Writer

December 5, 2017

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In our world of texts, posts, emails, and tweets, many of us include “emojis” as a way of communicating our feelings. When I investigated this phenomenon, I learned that different cultures often have varieties of emojis that...

Daily Reminders

Andre Berglund, Staff Writer

October 11, 2017

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As we drive into school each morning, we see three words, “Responsibility, Loyalty, Consideration.” I remember first seeing those reminders, and I wondered how “Consideration” made it into the line-up.  As students...

Chris McCarrell ’02

Chris McCarrell ’02

October 8, 2017

Fall Play Preview

Kevin McMahon, Staff Writer

October 8, 2017

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Lights, camera, action. For many of the University School boys it would be almost impossible to believe why one with mounds of homework would want to return to the Upper Campus from 6:30-9 PM every night. While some students are...

Focusing on FOCUS

January 23, 2017

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Prior to the end of the first semester, Seven Richmond ‘18 took the stage during morning assembly to announce the beginning of a first-of-its-kind student organization at University School: the Fellowship of Christians of University...

Glee Club and US Males: A Preview

November 21, 2016

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For many students, it may be hard to believe that for one block every day, many of their peers head down to the music wing and sing together in the Glee Club Room—that while some students are graphing equations, others are harmonizing...

Mr. Singer Looks Forward to Great Orchestra Season

September 25, 2016

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The 2016-2017 season for the US orchestra has already started. The orchestra is kicking everything off with sections from Georges Bizet’s opera Carmen, which will feature solos from Keyvon Rashidi (principal trumpet) and Uzo...

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