Positive Pie: A Slice on the Pandemic

Melissa Whittaker owns a local Italian pizza restaurant alongside her husband Carlo. On Wednesday night, she walked into the kitchen, saw the food windows piled...

Seniors: What is going to happen now?

Sophia Heinz, a senior at U-32, found out school was closed for the rest of the year while she was working at Shaws in Montpelier. “A customer told me...

Jaquelyn Rieke’s Story: Online Justice?

Disclaimer: The main source for this article is Jaquelyn Rieke. This story may have more than one version, and some of the details here could be disputed. As of...

Tik Tok: During the Virus Era

Two months before the Coronavirus, Evie Moore’s alarm went off at 6:00 am every day before school. She got dressed, ate breakfast, and scrolled through her ...

The New Typical

The Mother and Daughter, by Anna Farber Ingrid and her daughter have been sleeping in. By the time Ingrid is out of bed in the morning her five-year-old daug...

Covid Chronicles

On Tuesday, March 17th, there was a surreal energy throughout the whole school. The senior lounge was dark, the door locked. The cafeteria was near silent. Some...

U-32 Plans for COVID-19 Pandemic

On Wednesday, March 11th,  U32’s faculty attended a meeting focused on planning for a possible school closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The meeting beg...

Antigone Takes on Climate Change

The roars of climate activists echo through the theatre. They know if they don’t fight for their earth, no one will. Shadows are projected on go...

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 ...