Union Street Journal


February 29, 2020

Shootings are terrible. We’ve been living like this for so long that we’re used to it in the most horrific way. It’s time to respond and do our best to combat the epidemic of gun violence in schools. There is a lot of debate...

May Staff editorial

May 8, 2019

If we haven’t made it clear already, this year has been a mess.  It’s been emotional and overwhelming and, quite honestly, very difficult to understand. We’ve talked through a lot about the events that have occured i...

An imperfect policy

October 24, 2018

We’re high school students. We know what’s going on within schools. We don’t want our ears to be covered. We want to be informed. In the past, the administration has done a fantastic job of addressing problems and creating...

The rebirth of student activism

The Union Street Journal

March 7, 2018

For many students at Creek, a day off means going home to sleep, do homework, and hang out with friends. But for the high school students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the days off after the shooting meant activism. The...

The Gentrification of Denver

The Union Street Journal

December 15, 2017

America is losing its neighborhoods to real estate redevelopment and gentrification. On the morning of November 22nd, Ink! Coffee put up a sign outside their store at 2851 Larimer street that read: “Happily gentrifying the...

Why we need a free press

The Union Street Journal

November 5, 2017

On Thursday, October 11th, Donald Trump questioned NBC News’ “license.” In his brazen, flustered tweet, he furthered his fight against news corporations, journalists, and the truth in America. Any successful dictatorship...

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