Arrow

Diabetes awareness month

Joe Imbrunone, Editor

December 8, 2014

Filed under Opinion

You wake up in the middle of the night in a panic. You can feel a numbing sensation in your finger tips. Your hands are shaky. Your chest is light and your heart is slightly palpitating, making you feel like you’re in a fore...

staff editorial

Chelsea Koger, Editor-in-Chief

October 28, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Teen dating violence is a real problem in high schools. It’s not limited to pushing or hitting, yelling and degrading is also another form of verbal abuse. While many say that they don’t see teen dating violence in the halls,...

Ouija movie review

Julia Vasquez, Reporter

October 24, 2014

Filed under Opinion

I jumped at the chance to see the movie Ouija ahead of time in hope of seeing something with scare factor. Ouija definitely went beyond the expectations I had for it. It was a movie about a group of friends who play the Ouija...

Message from UHS Arrow’s first website manager

Mike Laskowski, Webmaster

May 29, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Wow! What a fun ride it's been in room 205 this year. As the first web manager in Arrow's 80+ year history, I feel as if I'm almost part of history. Running this website was a great experience. It put my two years of Web Design...

Bullying is bad, no matter who does it

Ryan Pakledinaz, Reporter

May 29, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Everybody knows that bullying is wrong, right? Your parents tell you and your teachers tell you. Your friends tell you. Everybody tells you. But do these figures of authority, whom we practically worship throughout our younger...

Baja hoodies: What they really are, why most students wear them.

Dylan Hamilton, Editor-In-Chief

January 14, 2014

Filed under Opinion

A student walks in during the cold months, wearing a slightly odd looking sweatshirt. It looks like it could be a poncho or a serape, but it has closed sides and sleeves. Many students are quick to judge, and label this student...

Servicing their community

Staff Editorial

October 24, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Seniors will be donating twenty-four hours out of their last year in high school to help the surrounding community, and as a requirement to graduate. The requirement to have volunteer hours was implemented last year, when it was...

Beanies and snapbacks

Dylan Hamilton, Editor-in-Chief

October 24, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Beanies, snapbacks, fitted. It doesn’t matter which type; all hats are prohibited in school. The reasons we’ve been given for this rule seem a bit out of date. Students can wear hats for religious and medical reasons, but...

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