A Thank You From Your Editor

By Sydney Tomlinson The U Post has played an integral role in my high school experience. Being a part of this truly student-run space for the past three years has shaped me in countless ways; so much so that I will be pursuing a journalism degree when I head off to college in the fall. […]

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  • CTE In the NFL

    By Jay Maturi “If I knew back then what I know now, I would have never played football. Never.” – Bo Jackson, NFL All-Star and MLB Left-Fielder “CTE is a progressive degenerative disease which afflicts the brain of people who have suffered repeated concussions and traumatic brain injuries, such as athletes who take part in […]

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  • New Year, New Mindset

    By Ariana Katz The ball has been dropped and here we are with yet another year upon us. A year that each and every one of us has the full potential to shape and create whichever way we choose. Don’t worry, I’m not about to get all sentimental about how we should all sit in a […]

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  • UHS Novel Writing

    By Jordan McQuiston You may have heard of the Great American Novel. It’s a term that has been applied to such works of literature as Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. Well, despite the fact that none of the novels written in UHS Novel Writing class this summer were quite to […]

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  • UHS Basketball: Starting off the Season Right

    By Jay Maturi The aroma of semi-burnt popcorn. A wave of Blaze Craze shirts. Mrs. Webster’s granddaughter running step by step with Mr. Blanding’s daughter. Pounding drums. Jon Gray. Horrendous referee calls. The name “Aaaaaaaayush Guptaaaaaaa.” An abundance of U’s held in the air with a hush in the crowd. Basketball season has arrived. The […]

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  • Reflections on Journalism

    By Lucia Ponader Indiana University High School Journalism Institute- July 2016 A dim hum of excited energy. People talking all at once, yet nobody really saying anything. Quick glances here or there; silent judging of how the next week will progress. The atmosphere, thick with nerves and questions, filling the room. I was in the registration […]

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  • Sundance 2017

    Senior Charlie Vargas took part in the Film & Culture January Term class, and made this awesome video of their trip to Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. (Obviously, they spent most of their time watching movies, which Charlie could not film, but this video documents many other aspects and moments of their trip.)  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0y58XVK9SHw

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  • Thoughts on Soon-to-be Endings

    By Emily Gardner When everything is culminating, you start to reminisce about everything that got you to this point. Every decision you made ultimately put you here (along with the choices of others muddling that up a little bit). Every relationship you formed and broke, every friendship, even the ones that didn’t last. You begin […]

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  • Athlete of the Week: Lindsey Syrek

    By Livi Nichols University High School’s third Syrek is making her mark on the girls’ basketball team. The 6’2” forward is a freshman that came from Creekside Middle School, with an exciting season ahead of her. Can you explain your position for someone who wouldn’t know? It’s kind of like, I can play both outside […]

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  • 101 Movies for Your Consideration: Part 3/10

    By Jack Paganelli Spoiler Alert: This piece contains spoilers for various films. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.  Casablanca (1942) Director:  Michael Curtiz Casablanca is one of the three or four movies on this list that I would grant the special qualification of being a Movie with a capital ‘M’.  It is anything anyone could […]

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