New entrance improves security

Fabrizio Orsi de Paula, Staff Writer

September 8, 2016

    With a new security entrance, late students and school visitors are buzzed in through the main office after the front doors lock automatically at 7:20 a.m. “I am very excited to have it here; this is something I’ve been waiting for. I knew it was coming and ...

Sophomore orientation 

Rosie Giolitti, Staff writer

June 10, 2016

The classes of 2017 and 2018 welcomed the incoming sophomores from Malow and Shelby Junior High School on Wed. June 8th and Thurs. June 9th. On Wednesday, the upcoming seniors went to a pep assembly that was held to get the f...

Quiz bowl dominates at states

Rosie Giolitti, Staff writer

May 4, 2016

The Quiz Bowl team traveled to the state championship tournament at Michigan State University  Apr.16, where they competed in the top division and won fourth place overall. “I think we did really well as a team,” senior Lily Schmidt ...

Schubert’s seventh annual Poetry day

Mackenzie Gurne, Assoicate Editor

May 3, 2016

Around 60 students volunteered to perform their original pieces of poetry, raps, and musical performances in honor of former English teacher Joann Schubert. “I was very pleased with the variety that we had and how many p...

Science olympiad team goes to states

Rosie Giolitti, Staff writer

May 3, 2016

The Science Olympiad team had their states on Fri. April 29 and Sat. April 30 at Michigan State University. “Personally, I did okay,” said sophomore Madeline Anthony. “The team as a whole only got a couple of metals, ...



April 15, 2016

Spreading awareness through silence

Mackenzie Gurne, Associate editor

April 15, 2016

While most students become chatty and squirrelly as the weekend approaches, a handful will not say a word on Fri. April 15, in honor of the Day of Silence. “I’m doing it just for support. I’ve never had any problems with bei...

HOSA gains regional success

Maria Chodnicki, staff writer

April 14, 2016

As 14 Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) club members compete against a total of 781 student participants from all high schools in Macomb and St. Clair County, tension fills the air. “I was very, very pleased on how these kid...

Budget Cuts

Isabella Serraiocco, Staff writer

April 14, 2016

balance the UCS 2016-2017 budget by the July 1 deadline, the school district and individual schools are facing mid-year reductions to make $2.16 million worth of cuts. "I don’t want to be the one to make these cuts," said Bo...

New SAT preparation insight

Mackenzie Gurne, Associate Editor

April 11, 2016

The newly revised SAT is distributed on Apr. 12 and all juniors are required to take it. The modern SAT is unique from the original SAT created due to the testing date, format of the exam and the content. To grasp how students...