- SatJan21 Winter Play Performances 5:00 PM to 10:00 PMUHS Theater, M-114, M-115
- ThuJan26 Reception for School Year Abroad 6:00 PM to 8:00 PMJackson Street Lounge
- FriJan27 UHS Dance 8:00 PM to 11:00 PMGolden Gate Club
- FriFeb03 Jackson Street Gallery Art Opening 5:00 PM to 7:00 PMJackson Street Gallery and Lounge
- TueFeb07 Parent Association Meeting 8:30 AM to 10:00 AMJSL
- MonFeb20 February Break - No Classes
University and Lick-Wilmerding met again for their annual basketball match-up at Oracle Arena this past Thursday, with the boys' team emerging victorious (57–43) and the University women ultimately losing a hard-fought battle (23–29).
University High School held its annual symposium this week in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, with speakers, discussion sessions, community-building, and affinity group meetings. The day's featured speaker was Dr. Clarence Jones, the noted advisor, lawyer, and friend of Dr. King's.
University High School's production of six/eleven, written by local Bay Area playwright E. Hunter Spreen and directed by UHS Theater Instructor Susannah Martin, will open on the UHS stage on Friday, January 20.
Tech Allies, a nonprofit partnership between Community Technology Network (CTN) and Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly (LBFE), works to connect isolated seniors in San Francisco by providing them with internet access.
University Boys Varsity Basketball has enjoyed great success throughout its impressive history, and this year looks to be no different, with the Runnin' Red Devils racking up early-season victories over formidable opponents like Oakland High School and Archbishop Riordan.
Caitlin Kent '06 and Taylor Rankins '10 were recently named Rising Leaders Fellows by Teach for America – Bay Area, "a seven-month leadership pathway program for recent alumni exploring instructional, school and civic leadership."
UHS alumna Madeleine (Maddie) Cichy '06, Vassar '10, Cornell MFA '17 was recently named the 2016 recipient of the John Hartell Graduate Award for Art and Architecture at Cornell University in recognition of excellence in studio practice.
Two groups of UHS students showed their support for some particularly special Bay Area nonprofits last weekend, as part of University's lauded Community Engagement Program.