by Tascha Folsoi Steven Barnhill wrote to inform Uni High that his father, Kenneth Barnhill, from the Spring Class of 1946, had recently passed. In 1953, Kenneth earned his J.D. from Colorado University at Boulder and then joined the Air Force. He went on to be lawyer and ultimately a district court judge. Here is some video of that photo along with some questions for today’s students to contemplate. We received this photo when we returned to school at the end of April. Needless to say, it has been a […]
To be seen or not to be seen? That is the question.
What can I say dear Warriors and Wildcats? These are strange times. If you’re like me, you knew something was coming. You just didn’t know what it was. Would the effects of climate change finally accelerate like a swimming pool in need of cleaning, slightly cloudy one day and completely opaque the next? Would the rise in homelessness lead to an uprising of people with nothing left to lose against people who have more than they can ever use? An earthquake? A war on our turf? A robot takeover? Who […]
Ivan Finkle, Class of 1950, was born in the Bronx the year these images of Uni were taken
For the first time in my life, I really wish I’d worked harder in physics. If I had, I would surely have been able to ask Ivan Finkle, class of 1950, more intelligent questions about the work he did in physics. But I did the best I could to find out about the life of an important member of the Uni High Education Foundation. Ivan was born in the Bronx in 1933. This year was a fateful year for the future of humanity, and the events of that year would […]