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    2018 Best Albums

    By Keegan Priest 1. Room 25 Noname With her debut album Telefone, Noname crafted a perfect blend of spoken word poetry of bubbly production that created a new standard for what modern jazz-rap is supposed to be and began to popularize the rise of young Chicagoan artists like Saba, Smino, Mick Jenkins. But maturity seemed […]

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    Seven Things You Should Know Going into Finals

    by Olivia Hakes Finals week can be stressful, especially if you don’t know how to prepare for them. Here are a few helpful tips that can help you get the best grade possible. Make a study guide One of the best ways you can prepare for a test is to make your own study guide. […]

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    Dear Hank: Answers 1

    “Where Can I Find Out About The Clubs in UHS?”   Dear Clueless About Clubs, Not to worry! Stewardship is working on getting information on all the clubs. If you have any questions regarding how to access that information, I recommend you ask your stewardship representatives. Best, Hank   “What are some of the Hottest […]

Google and Censorship

By Sarah Naidu The Chinese government has long been known for its extensive Internet censorship, blocking information regarding political opponents, foreign outlets, human rights, freedom of speech, and news that the Communist Party does not approve of. The government had even restricted access to Google through the country’s Great Firewall; however, that will soon change. […]

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  • Which Musicians Will Stand the Test of Time?

    By Rhea Sharma There aren’t many people who don’t know the lyrics to songs such as “Hey Jude,” or  “Bohemian Rhapsody.” What did artists like The Beatles and Queen all have in common? They stood through the test of time! But what makes them stand out more from the other artists of their generation? What […]

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  • A “Wax Museum” Brings Spanish 4 Class to Life

    By Olivia Hakes In new teacher Mercedes Peredo’s Spanish 4 classes, students participated in a project that “came to life.” Students in these classes did extensive research on a celebrity with Hispanic heritage, and then brought them to life in a wax museum or “museo de cera.” They either created a model of their person […]

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  • Lush by Snail Mail Album Review

    by Keegan Priest Rating: A- (91%) In a genre like Indie-Rock, sounds become blurred. With 40-50 years of genre evolution, creative innovation has become a scarce thing. And it’s because of this lack of progression that has turned me off to lots of modern rock music. Although it’s a cynical way of thinking about it, […]

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  • Crazy Rich Asians: Worth The Hype?

    By Karen Wang If there’s one thing that can be said about Crazy Rich Asians, it’s that it definitely brings the Asian, and it does it well. The film, which began screening across the US on August 15, has reached a level of commercial and critical acclaim and recognition once thought to be impossible for […]

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  • Carmel Arts Festival Recap

    by Katherine Zhong   The 21st anniversary of Carmel Arts Festival presented by the City of Carmel has welcomed worldwide artists to share their unique creations in art, music, film, and literature. Among those pieces of art, seventeen students from University High School featured their work in this grand celebration. The art of these students […]

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  • Dear Hank Submission Box

    This is an advice column from UPost. We take in advice from anything relating to school to friends and to existential crises. Don’t worry, this is completely anonymous so send in whatever you want (but inappropriate messages will be deleted). Thanks, Hank

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