Profile on Praseeda Govindadas

By Betsy Duck High school is by no means easy. There are exams, clubs, peer pressure, homework, and college applications, to name a few. In addition to these stresses, students are figuring out how they study best. Research has shown that most high school students have very different styles of learning and studying. While some […]

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  • Profile of Alicia LaMagdeleine

    By Tara Brugh Sitting down at the round table in her office, Alicia LaMagdeleine leaned back in her chair and looked over my head as she reminisced on an incident that left her temporarily blind for 36 hours. She brought her hand to her chin and repeated my question to herself. “Well, I don’t remember […]

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  • Obama Makes Address to the Nation

    By Jordan Dalton In an address to the nation on Wednesday, September 10th, President Obama outlined plans for dealing with the increasingly threatening Middle Eastern terrorist group known as ISIS. The president presented a four-step plan to not only defend against ISIS, but to move further into the offensive and “defeat them.” This came shortly […]

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  • C 7 Times in Row

    This piece was written by freshman Patrick Naremore.  CARMEL, IN— In the days leading up to fear and despair that is finals, University High School students prepared to test their knowledge. They studied last night in hopes of passing these treacherous finals. Local sources have reported that during a particularly hard freshman biology final, one […]

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  • Welcome to The U Post

    Welcome back to The U Post! It’s going to be a great year. We have so many ideas, ranging from Seth Meyers-like videos featuring senior Abby Troughton, to regular pieces covering local news. For new students, The U Post is University’s student publication. We started last October, so we’re still new. Like most things at […]

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  • Look For The Helpers

    You’re 26 miles in. You’ve been training for a year now, and no, it wasn’t easier than you expected. But you’re close. So close it doesn’t matter that the length of your calf is itching to stretch. So close that sweat starts to seem like a constant low-pressure showerhead that rests above your hairline. So […]

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  • Profile of Tom Fitzgibbon

    By Jordan Dalton You may know Tom Fitzgibbon as the secretive teacher of your AP European History class, or as the man you see filling up his water bottle “at least six times a day.” Maybe you know him as “Fitzy,” or as fellow teacher Derek Thomas’s comedic rival. But the truth, however shocking it […]

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  • I Post, U Post, We All Post for U Post

    I just finished editing Drake Jellison’s last piece. I can’t tell you how sad that makes me feel. Thus far, this whole editor thing has been one of the most valuable aspects of my high school experience. This exchange takes place and it’s really meaningful. The writer is willing to open up about a subject. He/she researches, […]

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  • The Cool Bus

    After winning the $10,000 grant from the MAKE 5X5 competition by People for Urban Progress, The Cool Bus is well on its way to becoming one of the coolest ideas out there today. Last year, the six who make up Word on the Street built the Micro-Library. The library not only created a sense of […]

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