UHS’s New Club Against Racial Injustce

UHS’ newest organization is CORE (community of racial equity) and its members are striving towards a more just and welcoming environment. . CORE plans on fundraising, completing community projects, and educating on racial injustices.   The group was brought to UHS by Kenji Backman and Mercy Barikor with the help of Ms. Hansen and Mrs. Hosley. Also involved in CORE, is Ryan Willamson, the coordinator for … Continue reading UHS’s New Club Against Racial Injustce

2019-2020 Staff

Meet the authors behind The Urbandale Times Chloe McFarlane  Chloe McFarlane is a UHS junior with a passion for writing. She enjoys fashion, makeup, and spending time with friends. Some of her proudest moments are apparent in her time spent with the Academic Decathlon team, as well as beginning her own Embroidery Club sophomore year.   Chloe grew up in Cedar Falls, Iowa and began attending … Continue reading 2019-2020 Staff

2018-2019 Staff

2018-2019 Staff Sometimes, Change Is What Is Needed Change is the act or instance of making or becoming different, no one likes it, especially when it’s about a big aspect of life, such as changing schools. Mikayla Delaney started preschool at a private school full of restrictions and constraints then transitioned to a public high school full of strangers and new possibilities. “I feel like … Continue reading 2018-2019 Staff

“Sorry, we’re closed.”

The United States Government shut down Saturday, January 20, starting at midnight in the Eastern Time Zone. The shutdown was due to failure to pass legislation that would fund government agencies and operations. “What causes a government shutdown?” some may question. A government shutdown happens when a spending bill has expired, and Congress cannot come to an agreement on how to fund the government. Just … Continue reading “Sorry, we’re closed.”