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    2020 Presidential Candidates

    By Sarah Naidu   With the 2020 presidential race on the rise, several candidates have announced their bid. Here are the names that you should know:    Democrats: Andrew Yang “Humanity First” Yang served as the CEO for a test preparation company and then went on to start Venture for America, a non-profit focused on […]

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    Kudos Box: A New Way to Build the UHS Community

    By Gloria Davidova A new way to build community and strengthen the core values has come to University. Stewardship has made a Kudos Box. How it works: Once a member of the community writes a Kudos statement to someone or a group of people, they should put it in the designated Kudos Box in front […]

2020 Presidential Candidates

By Sarah Naidu   With the 2020 presidential race on the rise, several candidates have announced their bid. Here are the names that you should know:    Democrats: Andrew Yang “Humanity First” Yang served as the CEO for a test preparation company and then went on to start Venture for America, a non-profit focused on […]

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  • Procrastination: The Ultimate Dilemma

    By Avani Papadopoulos We all procrastinate, you can’t deny it. Then, we all complain that we went to sleep late last night because of a soccer game or too much homework. Is that always the case though? What are the chances that it was because you chose to procrastinate too much and that’s why you’re […]

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  • Dear Hank Vol. 2

    “Dear Hank, have been having issues with getting my ideas out there. I feel like my ideas aren’t that good and I don’t like it when people share them because it makes me feel more embarrassed if anything. I want to break out of my shell and feel comfortable enough with sharing some of my […]

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  • American Rhythmic Gymnastics Team Makes History

    By Gloria Davidova On September 16-22, the 37th FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships took place in Baku, Azerbaijan. These serve as a final qualification for the Olympic Games occurring next summer in Tokyo. Winning two guaranteed spots into the games for individuals and the guaranteed spot for groups, the American team made history.  Every participating […]

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  • Horoscopes for Week of 10/1/19

    By Audrey Priest * Disclaimer- these horoscopes are based on the original 12 zodiac signs, not the 13 that are now used  Hello everyone! It’s late September, so you know what that means—Libra season! In this new segment, I will be doing biweekly horoscopes. Stay tuned to learn what your fortune will be this week!  […]

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  • Reviewing The Music of Summer 2019

    By Keegan Priest   As the leaves fall and the temperature drops, summer time has come to end. And as we wear our sweaters and drink our apple cider, we can finally listen to the overbearing amount of music released in summer 2019. Here is a guide on what music looked like this summer:   […]

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  • Orchestra: Looking Beyond the Strings

    By Avani Papadopoulos Have you ever thought about the instruments in an orchestra? First, you have the violin, the most commonly played string instrument in the orchestra that everybody thinks they want to play. Next, there’s the instrument that all violinists wish they played because it doesn’t take ten years to sound good if you […]

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  • ScarJo: Hollywood’s Most Versatile Actress?

    By Karen Wang Since learning that she believes that playing a person of color or a transgender person is comparable to playing a tree, one question has been weighing heavily on my mind: why hasn’t anyone cast Scarlett Johansson as a tree yet? I truly believe we have been robbed of an amazing performance, one […]

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