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    A Goodbye From Your Editors-In-Chief

    Ryan Ricks: Oh man, where do I begin? I’ll miss the U-Post so, so much. The U-Post was the first club that I got heavily involved in after transferring to UHS at the beginning of sophomore year. At that point, the only writing experience I had was a handful of stories I wrote as a […]

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    Every COVID-19 Commercial Ever

    By Karen Wang [DRAFT FOR “NOW, MORE THAN EVER” AD] We are in quarantine. We are isolated. We cannot see each other in close contact anymore. We cannot do the things we used to. Our lives have been disrupted. We are living a “new normal,” and that can be scary. We are living in a […]

I Capture the Castle: The Question of Feminism

By Allie Skalnik  I was given this book for my eighth-grade graduation along with a raving review of the book’s brilliant female protagonist, Cassandra Mortmain. I only got around to reading the book recently, which is unfortunate because I now believe that my eighth-grade self would have been able to learn a lot from Cassandra. […]

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  • 10 Things to Do While Quarantined

    By Avani Papadopoulos Go on a walk/run every day. It’s important to keep exercising during this time, especially because we don’t know for how long we’ll be quarantined. If you can’t play sports because you don’t have the equipment or are missing playing the sport as a team, then running is a good way to […]

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  • The Importance of To-Do Lists

    By Ryan Ricks  Now that many of us are stuck at home during this quarantine, the importance of schedules and routines in our lives has become increasingly pronounced. And of all of our scheduling tools, perhaps the most famous and wide-spread is the simple to-do list. Whether you use the Notes app on your phone, […]

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  • Dear Hank Vol. 4

    “I feel like as I’m stuck in quarantine, I’m slowly losing my mind. I’m beginning to struggle to keep up with classes and I feel like I’m slowly going insane. What can I do to keep myself entertained and keep up with classes?” Dear Not Well,  During these trying times, it’s important that as we […]

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  • What is IYO?

    By Avani Papadopoulos If you’re a die-hard musician, then the Indianapolis Youth Orchestra is the perfect place for you. The IYO, previously known as the New World Youth Orchestra (NWYO), is a place where musicians of all levels can practice music outside of school or private lessons. The IYO is categorized into three orchestras—Concert, Philharmonic, […]

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  • The Harmful Rhetoric of Black History Month

    By Ryan Ricks You’re probably aware that February was Black History Month. How could you not be? Every news outlet had put out at least one article about the subject weekly. Tweet after tweet about it trended during the month. Even Spotify got in on the action, creating playlists centering on black artists. However, the […]

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