New Faces: Chas Legge

In Chas Legge’s senior year his rugby team went to the state championship. As the last seconds of the game ticked away, Legge felt the pressure set in. “We ...

Kirby Comes Back Strong

  The U-32 soccer girls are facing up against Harwood in their 6th game of the season. Caroline Kirby muscles her way through two bigger defenders and s...

Math White Table: Filling Jim’s Shoes

  Editor's Note: This piece follows up on last year's budget cuts. Read more here: https://u32chronicle.com/2019/05/15/people-are-disappointed-this-year...

Abby Grubbs: U-32 Alumni on Jeopardy!

The studio was cold. Abby hadn’t thought about the temperature when she was watching the show. She only focused on knowing the answers. But now, sitting in a ...

U-32’s Troubled Track

 It was about a year into the new track project before anyone at U-32 knew the track was going to be red.  The contract for the track is 395 pages, bound in a...

Joanne Greenberg: Legend

  This is installment 2 of 3 of the Legends series Eight high schoolers, all wearing shirts bearing the words “Acting Up” in bright yellow, crawl...

New Faces: Derek Spear

Derek Spear isn't one to hide his love for Batman. One does not have to be in his room for long to notice the wall filled with Batman memorabilia or the framed ...

New Faces: Lauren Caswell

Caswell was destined to do something athletic. Her 3 older sisters played striker and forward on the soccer field. Her father was a triathlete and biked across ...

New Faces: Shelley Vermilya

  A small Martin Luther King Jr. postcard hangs on the wall of Shelley Vermilya’s office in the U-32 English hallway: “I choose love. Hate is too...

New Faces: Charlotte Pitone

Editor's Note: New Faces is an annual series on the Chronicle in which we introduce new members of the U-32 staff. Charlotte Pitone is the first of the 2019-20 ...

Onward!

This article is the first of three of the Legends series.   At the first few track practices of the season, Mark Chaplin shows his athletes how everyth...

Dating Violence at U-32

Editor's Note: The girl profiled in this article wishes to remain anonymous.  Her name has been changed.   Janice slowly walked down the street next...