The Finish Line of an Era

December 5, 2018

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Rachel Ruiz The Finish Line of an Era University Academy Charter High School bids farewell to one of its cornerstones. With only a month left until his departure, Fredric Williams, chemistry teacher and track and field coach...

High School Not-So Sweethearts

December 5, 2018

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Leylah Qualo High School Not-So Sweethearts From freshman year to senior year, pressure is applied on students to put all their effort into schoolwork, homework, and after school extra curricular activities. A healthy rela...

UACHS Graduates: The First Year

December 5, 2018

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Jenna Ariza UACHS Graduates: The First Year From attending UACHS, majority of students know that they have the advantage of attending NJCU with a full four-year scholarship, with the requirement of having at least a 3.2 ...

Today’s Leaders, Tomorrow’s Educators

December 5, 2018

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Kyla Harris Today’s Leaders, Tomorrow’s Educators UACHS Young Men and Women’s Leadership Academy welcomes students and staff from all over. The program that has been running for five years is administered by Clarenc...

Straight Out of Ivy League

October 26, 2018

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Safa Mostafa Straight Out of Ivy League Some teachers never expected to be where they are today. However, David Kimmel decided he wanted to be a teacher before graduating high school. Coming from a different environme...

UACHS’ latest ray of sunshine

October 26, 2018

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Jessye Greene UACHS’ latest ray of sunshine Everyone needs someone to brighten up their day and Lisa Sambula is a ray of sunshine! Although she was born in New York, New York, Sambula was raised in Nicaragua, Centra...

Let’s get Social

October 26, 2018

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Jessye Greene Let’s get Social In case you haven’t noticed the diversity of staff has increased in UACHS. There is a new staff member by the name of Erika Woods. Woods was born and raised in Jersey City, New Jersey. As a high...

Yesterday’s 8th Graders Today’s Freshmen

October 26, 2018

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Jamilla Burrows-Mincey Yesterday’s 8th Graders Today’s Freshmen From the oldest in middle school to the youngest in high school, it is a new beginning for the freshmen as they start a new chapter in their lives. UACHS i...

Young Guitarist to Music Educator

October 26, 2018

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Jenna Ariza Young Guitarist to Music Educator Montclair State University graduate, Peter Diamantis, is a music educator. who hopes to make a real difference in not only the school but in the world as well. Diamantis t...

Holland Brings Love To UACHS

October 26, 2018

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Kyla Harris Holland Brings Love To UACHS Although many may see Exavior Holland as a hall monitor and a school aid, his job is much bigger than that. Holland is also a protection for the school and is in charge of making...

The RunDown With Hays

October 26, 2018

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Jemere Shaw The RunDown With Hays He is a man on a mission! Donald Hays is the freshman gym teacher and upcoming cross-country coach. Hays looks forward to being the new coach for cross country this year. “I’m ...

Thompson Teaching Tomorrow’s Leaders Today

October 26, 2018

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Jamilla Burrows-Mincey Thompson Teaching Tomorrow’s Leaders Today UACHS welcomes not only new students this year but also a new teacher with a familiar face. English teacher, Jacqueline Thompson, is from downtown J...

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