4 Albums Out Now That You Should Listen To

By Keegan Priest Crushing Julia Jacklin A- Break-up records aren’t uncommon. If anything you’ve heard this record a million times in different variations. But there’s something about Australian songwriter Julia Jacklin’s ability to lay herself down so vulnerably throughout every track of this album. In an interview with Dork magazine, Jacklin says “There are so […]

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  • Trump Administration to Redefine Gender

    By Karen Wang According to The New York Times, members of the Trump administration are considering re-defining sex as a “biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth.” The move is in direct contrast to an Obama-era policy of loosely defining sex to also encompass an individual’s personal identity, not determined by sex designation at […]

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  • Black History Month

    By Grace Rozembajgier This year for Black History Month, The UPost had the privilege of speaking with Black Affinity Members, sophomore Austin Clark and freshman Zoe McMullen. Below are their thoughts about Black Affinity at University and their perspectives on Black History Month.   Austin: On Black Affinity – “So a big thing that we […]

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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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  • Crazy Rich Asians: Worth The Hype?

    By Karen Wang If there’s one thing that can be said about Crazy Rich Asians, it’s that it definitely brings the Asian, and it does it well. The film, which began screening across the US on August 15, has reached a level of commercial and critical acclaim and recognition once thought to be impossible for […]

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  • Bohemian Rhapsody: 3 J-Term Experiences

    By Celina Kaur During J-Term, three different classes went to the AMC Theatres to see the movie Bohemian Rhapsody. The “History of Rock and Roll” J-term class went to see the movie to observe how the band, Queen, incorporated different ideas and mixed genres to produce their music. In the movie, there is a scene […]

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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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  • 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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