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Religion at Urbana High School

Alice Ramos, Entertainment Editor

January 10, 2018

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Each individual in Urbana has values that they live by. As a diverse school that has so many people of different cultures and religions, these values tend to differ. Despite all these differences, it’s rare to find discrimination...

Is Water Wet?

Jazmin Colon, Fine Arts Editor

January 8, 2018

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After two young adult men were posted on Snapchat arguing whether a fish was wet while submerged in water, practically overnight all corners of the internet began asking an odd question. Is water wet? Water should not be considered...

The Commercialization of Christmas

Naomi Cuzmar, Music Editor

December 22, 2017

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It has been said that the Christmas holiday has changed over the recent years. Many argue that traditions are now modernized or not celebrated at all. However, others believe the essence of the Christmas holiday has not changed....

Is Water Wet?

Jazmin Colon, Fine Arts Editor

December 22, 2017

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After two young adult men were posted on Snapchat arguing whether a fish was wet while submerged in water, practically overnight all corners of the internet began asking an odd question. Is water wet? Water should not be considered...

End of DACA Ends Many Dreams

End of DACA Ends Many Dreams

Maria Reyes, Opinions Editor

October 31, 2017

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United Urbana, United Nation

Maria Reyes, Opinions Editor

October 28, 2017

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by Maria Reyes Pacheco Unity is one of our core values at Urbana High School. Unity means acting as a unit that supports each other and works together. But, how can 18,000 under one school have unity? We don’t all agree ...

Is an Empty Stomach also an Empty Brain?

Maria Reyes, Opinions Editor

October 25, 2017

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Whether it’s because you had homework to do, forgot, or just didn’t want to, I am sure we have all skipped lunch at some point. Or maybe you are always running out the door at 7:15 a.m. and don’t have breakfast. It can seem...

Fake News: The Social Epidemic

Eleanor Crawford

January 20, 2017

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It has happened to all of us. You scroll through the feeds of an app or website in your idle moments, searching for anything to satiate your unoccupied mind. Suddenly, you see a link. Perhaps it catches your eye because it is...

My Year in Journalism: A Retrospective

Tyler Nolan

January 19, 2017

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On the first day of school, walking to Journalism, I, did not know what to expect. Was I going to being writing essays all semester? Was I going to be reading huge books? I had no idea, but in my head I had pretty much made up...

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