Art

UHS Poetry Slam 2015

UHS Poetry Slam 2015

May 18, 2015 at 6:09 pm 0 comments

“Slam poetry is meant to be performed.”             This, among other insights and jokes shared by our wonderful Masters of Ceremonies this year truly made the UHS Poetry Slam 2015 a memorable one. As per tradition, each half of the competition would begin with a sacrifice poem. Anastasia Wrenn performedRead More

What does Esperanza mean to you?

What does Esperanza mean to you?

February 15, 2015 at 1:06 pm 0 comments

Writer Peace Mutwiri interviewed Esparanza Project dancers, asking them what the project means to them. What does Esperanza mean to you? Julia Nichols: Esperanza taught me to love dance again in a very different way. It’s how I express myself and makes dancing one of the most important parts ofRead More

Hello, Ms. Elliott!

December 8, 2014 at 8:40 pm 0 comments

By Joanna Galons If  you didn’t seen this year’s production of Hello Dolly, you  missed out sorely. Hello Dolly was a sparkling, fun, and comedic musical enjoyable for all types of theatre lovers, encompassing the hard work and extreme talent of our entire fine arts department! In wake of the musical’sRead More

“Hello Dolly!” Proves to be an Awesome Experience for All

“Hello Dolly!” Proves to be an Awesome Experience for All

December 2, 2014 at 5:36 pm 0 comments

By Anupama Sethuraman and Sam Jankowski Premiering the night of November 20th, “Hello, Dolly!” was a smashing success. The musical, according to choir teacher Mareena Boosamra-Ball, had one of the largest audiences in recent times. This performance couldn’t have been possible without the help of RUHS’s many wonderful departments. Choir, stageRead More

Review: Cruzar la Cara de la Luna (To Cross the Face of the Moon)

November 17, 2014 at 8:42 pm 0 comments

By Kim Vance The Arizona Opera Company recently put on a bilingual opera entitled “Cruzar la Cara de la Luna”  which translates to “To Cross the Face of the Moon.” What made this event distinct in a world of opera that’s, let’s be frank, not to appealing to the untrainedRead More

Alumni In Action: Jennifer Bao

Alumni In Action: Jennifer Bao

October 28, 2014 at 8:19 am 0 comments

After graduating from UHS in 2009, Jennifer Bao went on to major in biochemistry at the University of Arizona. Finishing her undergrad in 2013, Jennifer spent a year working as an ER scribe at Northwest Medical Center. She is now a first-year medical student at the U of A, andRead More

Summer Throwback Playlist

Summer Throwback Playlist

September 8, 2014 at 9:09 pm 0 comments

by Bailey Tanner  Summer is over, and so is sleeping in until 1:00, going out with friends every night, and never changing out of your pajamas. Here are a couple of bands can make it feel like it’s still the summer:   Cage the Elephant As much as I loveRead More

Spring Dance Show

May 19, 2014 at 10:33 pm 0 comments
Ivesia/Intermediate Dance Concert 2014

Ivesia/Intermediate Dance Concert 2014

April 12, 2014 at 1:31 pm 0 comments

The annual Ivesia/Intermediate Spring Dance Concert was a success. This year’s performances were especially creative and expressive. After a long quarter of hard work and countless hours of rehearsal, the dancer’s hard work paid off.   There were many different styles and genres of dances: lyrical, contemporary, jazz, and manyRead More

Alumni in Action: Sabine Harrington’s Plant-based Power

Alumni in Action: Sabine Harrington’s Plant-based Power

April 7, 2014 at 5:13 pm 0 comments

A University High School alumna, Sabine Harrington graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2013 with a major in Paleobiology and a minor in Anthropology. Her fascination with the human body and passion for nutrition and a healthy lifestyle led her to write and self-publish a cookbook entitled:“Plant-based and Powerful:Read More