Letter from the Editor: Welcome to The U (Post)

By Sydney Tomlinson Hey Blazers, welcome to The U Post! We’re glad to be back! If you don’t already know, The U Post is University’s version of a student newspaper; it’s entirely digital, entirely extracurricular, and entirely student-run. Our mission is to inform, entertain, and uplift the UHS community through multimedia storytelling across platforms, providing […]

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  • The Death Of Justice Antonin Scalia

    By Jonathan Wiersema  News of the death of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Antonin Scalia came as a shock to many this past weekend. However, he was not always known as one of the strongest, outspoken voices on the Court bench. Scalia’s first major job as a public official came during the Nixon administration when […]

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  • October Identities

    By Maddie Sersic When we think about October, flashes of auburns, golds, oranges, and browns swirl in our minds. We are settled into school and it’s finally the perfect sweater-weather. You may feel nostalgic about trick-or-treating memories from when you were a child, or maybe you are planning the perfect Halloween costume as I write […]

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  • With a Little Help: A Profile of Chuck Webster

    By Lauren Hall  “I was an inconsistent high school student to say the least.” It is surprising to hear such a mediocre self-assessment come from Chuck Webster, the head of University High School.  Webster oversees one of the best college preparatory schools in the nation, with a strong and commanding presence. But his firm commitment […]

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  • Chris Morrison: Complacency’s Worst Enemy

    By Isaac Mervis “But when I stopped learning… I realized, you know what?  I kind of liked that learning thing,” said the man driving the soccer bus, swerving, and failing, to circumvent the pothole. Chris Morrison, now teacher, soccer coach, and honorary bus driver, at University High School of Indiana, has always had a passion […]

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