Update: U-32’s Hate Symbol Policy

The previous article regarding U-32's hate symbol debate can be found here. After many months, U-32’s hate symbol debate has come to rest. The WCUUSD schoo...

“Why Art?” Voices from the Bash

Junior Isabel Giamusso knelt on the ground in front of her Pilot project: a large poster and sticky notes spread over the wall by the amphitheater. She put the ...

U-32 Strikes Oil!

It was cold the morning of October 24th, and the sun had yet to burn off a dense fog. Plump dewdrops weighed down blades of grass. Work was about to begin. ...

Teratornis: Ruler of the Skies

Editor's Note: Nathaniel Rice is The Chronicle's resident paleo-speculative columnist.  Teratornis merriami skeleton   U-32’s cross-country tra...

Owen Kellington: From U-32 to U-Conn

Geoff Green, U-32’s new baseball coach, remembers a moment from last season that stood out. In a game against Randolph last Spring, U-32’s star pitcher Owen...

New Faces: Garret Badeau

Garret Badeau discovered he was lost. He was kayaking up a river in Bolivia,.  he looked around in the pitch black. Then somebody yelled out to him saying he w...

U-32 Rolls Out Condom Policy

On Friday, December 13th, U-32’s Health teacher, Meaghan Falby, sat at her desk packing up for the last weekend before winter break. U-32s Associate Principal...

Picnic At Walmart: Breaking Social Norms

In Zach Gonzalez’s Sociology class, we conducted an experiment to show an example of breaking social norms.  Social norms are defined as “cultural products...

Weed: The New Law & Teens

If students came to school high, Virginia Burley could tell. They might be a little chattier or more giggly than normal. She could teach them something one day ...

Rogue Chicken at U-32

The chicken stood where it had never stood before, high above the ground on top of U-32 junior Payton Garibaldi's blue Kia. The wild, magnificent South American...