Girls In Engineering: The Importance of IndyRAGE

By Allie Skalnik Karen Wang founded Robotics at University in her freshman year and participated in VEX Robotics for two years before starting an FRC team (The F.I.R.S.T Robotics Competition) just last year. Meredith Hogan also started as Lead Mentor last year. Andy Tang and Karen Wang served as Team Captains for the 2018-2019 season […]

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  • Student of the Week: Maya Callan

    By Nerissa Finnen Maya Callan is a singer and actress at University who participates in many of the musical programs provided by the school. She is in her senior year and working tremendously hard to juggle her college applications and perform in the plays. Recently, she worked in UHS’s production of The Abridged Works of […]

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  • Dear Hank Vol. 2

    “Dear Hank, have been having issues with getting my ideas out there. I feel like my ideas aren’t that good and I don’t like it when people share them because it makes me feel more embarrassed if anything. I want to break out of my shell and feel comfortable enough with sharing some of my […]

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  • Dear Hank Vol. 1

    “I have no friends because everyone is mean. What do I do?”  Dear Friends,  I’m sorry to hear that you’ve been having trouble making friends. However, there are many ways to make friends here at University! If you believe the people you are with regularly are mean, maybe you should try doing something new so […]

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  • After Hours: Madame Swann

    By Cordell Wilson & Regan Hooker Originally exclusively published in the May 2019 print edition.  UHS’s French and ENL teacher since ‘02 Due to popular demand, we interviewed Shannon Swann for this edition of After Class. While sitting down and talking with Madame it became very clear that everyone should, at some point in their […]

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  • Procrastination: The Ultimate Dilemma

    By Avani Papadopoulos We all procrastinate, you can’t deny it. Then, we all complain that we went to sleep late last night because of a soccer game or too much homework. Is that always the case though? What are the chances that it was because you chose to procrastinate too much and that’s why you’re […]

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  • Orchestra: Looking Beyond the Strings

    By Avani Papadopoulos Have you ever thought about the instruments in an orchestra? First, you have the violin, the most commonly played string instrument in the orchestra that everybody thinks they want to play. Next, there’s the instrument that all violinists wish they played because it doesn’t take ten years to sound good if you […]

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  • After Hours: Wes Priest

    By Cordell Wilson and Regan Hooker When one thinks of Wes Priest they immediately think of soccer, books, and Apple products. Although these things may play a huge role in Wes’s life, there are many other factors to what makes him an amazing teacher, coach, mentor, and friend.  Wes has been teaching at University for […]

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