Public Forum Debate Season Jolts into Action

November 6, 2016

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As fall sports like football, soccer, and cross country come to an end, a more “physically” enduring activity comes to play: Speech and Debate. Two weeks ago, the public forum debate team sent its members to two different...

Three Seniors Named National Merit Semifinalists

November 6, 2016

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By Brian Li '20 and Jackson Coleman '20 Scott Bowman, Adam Tropper, and Neil Sehgal are University School’s three semifinalists for the National Merit Scholar Program, a program sponsored by the National Merit Scholar Cor...

Being a Leader, a Year Later: An Interview with Mr. Rein

October 10, 2016

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Being a leader can be intimidating, even to most confident of people. With hundreds of pairs of eyes judging every move you make, it is easy to buckle down in fright. But a leader is not allowed to do this—no, virtually from...

What’s Up With the Doc

October 10, 2016

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You’ve all made this mistake before. Either you’ve overheard someone commit this crime in the halls, or you’ve been the perpetrator of the deed yourself. Either way, despite numerous corrections and fruitless attempts to...

University School Welcomes Taiwanese Chinese Teacher

October 9, 2016

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By Jack and Eric Miranda, Staff Writer From the island of Taiwan to the Monkey Island of University School, Su-Jane Chen brings an innovative teaching style to the students at University School. Mrs. Chen grew up in Taiwan a...

Akash Salgia ’18 Creates App for the Anderson Scholars Program

October 9, 2016

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Nearly 3 years since joining University School’s Anderson Scholar entrepreneurial program, junior Akash Salgia recently created and designed his own smartphone application. "Safe4Play is an iPad app that is used to identify...

Dr. Foulds: Experiences and Interests Beyond the History Classroom

October 9, 2016

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Dr. Foulds is the latest addition to University School's History Department, where he will be teaching Western Civilization courses. Additionally, he serves as the Faculty Advisor for the US News. In order to learn more about...

University School Welcomes Owen Schaner to the Math Department

October 9, 2016

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The   department has seen a couple of new faces this year at US, one of which being Owen Schaner, the 10th and 11th grade Geometry teacher. Before Schaner was a teacher at US, he was a student at Heights High. During ...

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