Students began the 2023 session of the UJW in person at American University on Saturday, March 4 2023.
Bismarck Macauley and Dailyn WraySpring 2022 TRANSCRIPT DEVONTE SANDERS – HOSTThe travel industry was hit hard early in the coronavirus pandemic with demand plummeting domestically according to The Bureau of […]
Michael JoynerUJW-DC Spring 2022 Signs of life pre-covid are appearing more and more. With some level of restrictions on movement and safety guidelines in place since March 2020, many people […]
Miyah Powe Senior, Bullis High School, Potomac, MD Spring 2016 This Spring was raining purple as cities across the United States and around the world mourned the death of music legend […]
Nick Mortensen Senior, Annandale High School, Annandale, VA Spring 2016 Listen to the story Your browser does not support the audio element.
By Carmen Edwards The Prince William County School System (PWCS) is the third most diverse school system in Virginia, but it offers no classes dedicated to race relations in the […]
By Chloe Thompson Payton Beach, a junior at Kent Island High School, took sex education her sophomore year, but said there was one thing missing — a discussion about sex. […]
By Arman Azad For many parents, independent schools provide an alternative to the public school system–an alternative in which small class sizes and hand-selected students have access to an ostensibly […]
By Tayah Harper UJW Staff Writer WASHINGTON — Adam Mayhew serves a customer as many others wait patiently in the long line. Most of the customers are waiting to buy […]
By Gabrielle Headly UJW Staff Writer WASHINGTON — The National Cherry Blossom Festival was filled with people from all walks of life who came together to partake in the Japanese […]