Learn To Play

This is a guest piece written by Kip Robisch.  When I was eight years old, a friend of our family sat me behind his gold sparkle Slingerland drum set and said, “There you go.” Since then, I have found through drumming not just a metronome but a compass—a righting agent for my life that has […]

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  • Following AP Art: Morgan Wood

    University’s student body is an exceptionally creative bunch. This is clearly visible in the spectacular art pieces displayed around the school, as well as the astounding number of awards and ribbons awarded to UHS students for their work. With this new series on The U Post, we hope to further display the wealth of talent […]

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  • Cinder Ellie

    This is a fictional piece written by sophomore Moriah Atlas.  I see dirt on the dishes. I see dust on the mantle. I see a little girl in rags standing before me, asking to go to a party when she hasn’t finished her chores. Maybe next year, if you learn to do as you’re told. […]

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  • Jeff Mangum Concert Review

    Written by Chandler Waugh with help from Mackenzie Waugh. I am having a little bit of trouble typing this review because there is a cat bundled very closely and very cutely up by my side. But I will persevere! Onwards! Last month, on the 15th, Kenz (formally known as Mackenzie) and I drove down to […]

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