• Dancing For a Cause

    The following is a guest post from Kit Clark.  University hosted its second annual Dance Marathon this Saturday in support of Riley Hospital for Children. Dance Marathons are hosted by high schools and colleges alike across the state of Indiana to support Riley and their policy to turn no child away. Dance Marathon centers around […]

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  • Meet Our Newest Blazers!

    I had the opportunity to interview our newest Blazers – they all joined at the beginning of this semester. They are a great group of students from a variety of grades – from 9th to 11th, with three sophomores in between. They come to us from all over the state (most recently Carmel) and even […]

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  • Jellison Journalism

    Greetings, reader! I am Drake Jellison, and this is my corner of The U Post. Here I’ll be discussing anything from the outstanding achievements of UHS seniors and faculty to simply mulling over amusing concepts, such as “What if University High School was in Gary, Indiana?” and explaining the images that come to mind. However, […]

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  • An Event to Remember: Invisi-Fall-Fest

    I spoke with Invisi-Fall-Fest coordinator Robin MacKellar about the preparations leading up to the event. Robin said that the people involved have been planning since the start of the year. We both thought the dance floor was empty in the beginning, but later on in the night people came onto the dance floor to have […]

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  • I might’ve angered the gods. My bad.

    The title explains what I have to say pretty well. All throughout the beginning of winter, I was fairly disappointed. There was no snow, and there was no moisture. There was only a dry, chilly wind that forced me to blink every second or so to once I got indoors to acclimatize my eyes. I […]

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  • Emma Troughton: Making a Difference at UHS

    Sophomore Emma Troughton is known for many things around University. She’s the soccer goalie with a knack for concussions, the excited Chemistry student without an off-button, and the singer whose voice seems to burst at regular intervals. And in her opinion, those images should not be altered just because she recently came out as a […]

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  • Stewardship Update

    Update from Morgan Wood, Class of 2013. Stewardship Council truly benefits University High School. It is one of the prominent resources for students in that they are able to make significant contributions to the school. For instance, just this year, Stewardship Council implemented a brand new vending machine full of healthier choices. This was a […]

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