Leading While Learning

Leading While Learning

April 26, 2018

Opening Doors, Opening Opportunities

Annie Zhang, Staff Writer

January 27, 2018

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On Saturday Jan. 27, UPA welcomed prospective students and their parents during its annual Open House as part of the requirements to enter the school’s lottery process, which will take place on March 6. A way to introduce...

Restricting the Freedom of the Internet

Emily Hung, Editor-in-Chief

December 22, 2017

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Students and teachers complain when UPA restricts them access to certain websites or when the Wi-Fi speed lags. In other words, they take for granted their freedom to access the internet. Now a Republican-dominated Federal Commu...

D-A-C-A, It’s So Much More Than Just Four Letters

Nicole Rendler, Managing Editor

November 6, 2017

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On Thursday Oct. 5, Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation that officially made California a sanctuary state. This bill limits the ability of the state and local governments to question, hold or transfer people involved in...

San Jose Police Experiences Shortage

Bianca Lang, Social Media Manager

December 15, 2016

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Members of the San Jose Police Department are booking overtime to keep up with the shortage of officers. The SJPD believes it needs at least 500 officers for a city with more than a million people, but according to ABC News, i...

College Life As Told by Teachers

Megan Wescoat

December 12, 2016

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Seniors, do not be alarmed. The thought of college and a career path even appeared frightening to fellow teachers at first. For AP biology and psychology teacher, Loren Schwinge, it was a confusing time. “I was unde...

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