Tag Archives: News
Posted on 20. Nov, 2013 by admin.
Former UAHS principal and recently-elected city councilman Kip Greenhill discusses his goals while in office
By Melanie Terez, ‘14
What led you to retire as principal of UAHS?
You know, I went to everything every night. … But when I got to be over 60 years old, I just couldn’t do it and I realized that [...]
Posted on 17. Jan, 2013 by admin.
UA community loses beloved third grade Barrington teacher Megan Fedorko.
By Elizabeth Tzagournis
A valued member of not only Barrington Elementary School but the city of Upper Arlington passed away Nov. 29, leaving behind countless friends and family, as well as a classroom of third grade students.
Fedorko was known as “the caretaker” of the school, Barrington principal [...]
Posted on 16. Oct, 2012 by admin.
By Anna-Maria Thalassinos ‘14
Organized opposition to the district’s request to a $5.8 mill operating levy, which includes former UA teachers, leaves the levy’s success in question. The levy is a $5.8 million funding request, which is the lowest millage requested tax since 1984. The previous levy in 2007 requested $6.2 million and lasted an additional [...]
Posted on 15. Nov, 2011 by admin.
By Elizabeth Tzagournis, ‘13
About a year and a half ago possibly one of the greatest advances in smart phone technology was released. What was this revolutionary product? The iPhone 4. The iPhone 4 gave users an entirely different experience with the new display, multi-tasking capabilities, high-definition video camera and additional [...]
Posted on 12. Apr, 2011 by admin.
Tragic memories from 9/11 continue to instill hatred
By Parijat Jha
Abstinence. Sobriety. Modesty. These are all admirable qualities that reflect a moral individual. Americans continuously speak of the patriotism and cohesiveness of this country; however, it seems that one specific group of Americans is being isolated. In recent memory, Muslim-Americans have been persecuted because of the [...]