The Union St. Journal: Cherry Creek High School's official news source

Union St. Journal

The Union St. Journal: Cherry Creek High School's official news source

Union St. Journal

The Union St. Journal: Cherry Creek High School's official news source

Union St. Journal

Quinn Rudnick

Quinn Rudnick, Editor-in-Chief

Hello, my name is Quinn Rudnick, and I am the USJ's Editor-in-Chief. I am a senior at CCHS - and this is my fourth year on staff at the USJ. I hold a strong passion for both journalism and photojournalism, and intend to pursue a career in politics and law. As a journalist, I strive to present information to the student body and beyond in a factual and digestible fashion. The importance of journalism is based in allowing the public to understand what's happening around them, so that is what I strive to do. I write a lot about local and global politics, as well as local theatre and events around the school. You can find me at a lot of Creek sports games, fueling my passion for sports photography and reporting. Outside of the USJ, I follow Formula One racing, the Nuggets and the Avs, and I love being outside, whether that's on hikes, or by snowboarding and mountain biking. 

All content by Quinn Rudnick
The Extra Point: Week In Athletics for Sept. 18-22 features girls softball, girls field hockey, and boys tennis.

The Extra Point: Week In Athletics

Quinn Rudnick, Junior Editor-in-Chief & Sports Editor
Sep 22, 2023
A protestor holds up a sign that asks officials to “Stop funding genocide.” Speeches at the protests often centered around how the United States continues to fund Israel throughout the Israel-Hamas war. “This [protest] is not what we’re just seeing in Denver,” Skye, a DSA student, said. “We’re seeing this across the world, as people are seeing through Israel’s lies, through America’s lies, and recognizing that what is going on is a genocide, is ethnic cleansing.”

[Photo] Gen-Z Shares Fervent Advocacy in the Israel-Hamas War

Peter Philpott, Managing Editor & Assistant News Editor
Mar 27, 2024
Junior small forward and shooting guard A’neya Chambers (#25) celebrates after a penalty shot  during the Sweet 16 game on Feb. 23, where Creek won 44-28.

Girls’ Basketball Dominates Until the End

Quinn Rudnick, Junior Editor-in-Chief & Sports Editor
Mar 25, 2024
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