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    Voter Suppression in the United States

    By Sarah Naidu The closely contested governor’s race in Georgia has attracted national attention because if Democrat Stacey Abrams were to win, she would become the nation’s first African-American female governor. However, this race has highlighted a larger problem of voter suppression. The Republican candidate for governor, Brian Kemp, has faced allegations of suppressing minority […]

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    Girls Volleyball Celebrates First Ever Sectional Win

    by Olivia Hakes On October 13, the girls volleyball team won their sectionals against the International School of Indianapolis for the first time. After one of the longest seasons in volleyball history, the players’ relentlessness and hard work paid off. Player Lindsey Syrek, agreed that there was always “lots of energy on the court, and […]

  • in: Student Life  | 

    Stewardship Update

    by Mary Rozembajgier We are only three months into school, yet Stewardship has accomplished major events and has even bigger plans for the future. After elections in mid-August, Stewardship representatives got right to work being the voice of the University community. So far, Stewardship has planned the Fall Dance and the first ULearn of the […]

Voter Suppression in the United States

By Sarah Naidu The closely contested governor’s race in Georgia has attracted national attention because if Democrat Stacey Abrams were to win, she would become the nation’s first African-American female governor. However, this race has highlighted a larger problem of voter suppression. The Republican candidate for governor, Brian Kemp, has faced allegations of suppressing minority […]

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  • Girls Volleyball Celebrates First Ever Sectional Win

    by Olivia Hakes On October 13, the girls volleyball team won their sectionals against the International School of Indianapolis for the first time. After one of the longest seasons in volleyball history, the players’ relentlessness and hard work paid off. Player Lindsey Syrek, agreed that there was always “lots of energy on the court, and […]

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  • 2018 Midterm Election Candidate Profiles

    By Grace Rozembajgier Tomorrow marks the national midterm election, where in addition to local political offices, all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 35 Senate seats will be up for grabs. Here’s a quick run-down of the candidates on Indiana ballots.   US Senate Mike Braun, Republican Currently the CEO of Meyer Distributing, […]

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  • What to Do If You Feel Like Giving Up

    By Gloria Davidova As a society, we often get involved in activities or interests that may not interest us, but we are trying to follow a trend or please someone else. Whether that is a celebrity, friend, or family member, after some time has passed you lose interest and may ask yourself, What’s the point? […]

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  • Which Musicians Will Stand the Test of Time?

    By Rhea Sharma There aren’t many people who don’t know the lyrics to songs such as “Hey Jude,” or  “Bohemian Rhapsody.” What did artists like The Beatles and Queen all have in common? They stood through the test of time! But what makes them stand out more from the other artists of their generation? What […]

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  • A “Wax Museum” Brings Spanish 4 Class to Life

    By Olivia Hakes In new teacher Mercedes Peredo’s Spanish 4 classes, students participated in a project that “came to life.” Students in these classes did extensive research on a celebrity with Hispanic heritage, and then brought them to life in a wax museum or “museo de cera.” They either created a model of their person […]

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  • Stewardship Update

    by Mary Rozembajgier We are only three months into school, yet Stewardship has accomplished major events and has even bigger plans for the future. After elections in mid-August, Stewardship representatives got right to work being the voice of the University community. So far, Stewardship has planned the Fall Dance and the first ULearn of the […]

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  • Google and Censorship

    By Sarah Naidu The Chinese government has long been known for its extensive Internet censorship, blocking information regarding political opponents, foreign outlets, human rights, freedom of speech, and news that the Communist Party does not approve of. The government had even restricted access to Google through the country’s Great Firewall; however, that will soon change. […]

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  • Carmel Arts Festival Recap

    by Katherine Zhong   The 21st anniversary of Carmel Arts Festival presented by the City of Carmel has welcomed worldwide artists to share their unique creations in art, music, film, and literature. Among those pieces of art, seventeen students from University High School featured their work in this grand celebration. The art of these students […]

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