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    Everything You Need to Know About the Notre-Dame Cathedral

    by Olivia Hakes   On April 15, 2019, between 6:00pm-7:00pm, le Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris broke out into flames. The fire raged within the 856-year-old historical monument for at least 12 hours, causing the most damage to the wooden roof. Officials say that an alarm sounded around 6:20pm, and the building was evacuated immediately, but […]

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    Climate Strike

    by Gloria Davidova Editor’s Note: The following transcribes an interview with junior Ella Eskenazi, who helped organize the opportunity for University students to attend the Climate Strike in Indianapolis this March. Why did you go? Why is this important especially for the younger generations? Ella: I went to the Climate Strike to demand greater action […]

Bohemian Rhapsody: 3 J-Term Experiences

By Celina Kaur During J-Term, three different classes went to the AMC Theatres to see the movie Bohemian Rhapsody. The “History of Rock and Roll” J-term class went to see the movie to observe how the band, Queen, incorporated different ideas and mixed genres to produce their music. In the movie, there is a scene […]

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  • Political Divineness and Identity Politics

    By Ryan Ricks As this article is being written and developed, America has just been released from its longest government shutdown to date, lasting longer than the previously held record of 3 weeks. One of the main reasons for this complete lack of agreement is the increasing divisiveness of the political parties and the rising […]

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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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  • 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 Trends […]

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  • Voter Suppression in the United States

    By Sarah Naidu The closely contested governor’s race in Georgia has attracted national attention because if Democrat Stacey Abrams were to win, she would become the nation’s first African-American female governor. However, this race has highlighted a larger problem of voter suppression. The Republican candidate for governor, Brian Kemp, has faced allegations of suppressing minority […]

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  • Stewardship Update

    by Mary Rozembajgier We are only three months into school, yet Stewardship has accomplished major events and has even bigger plans for the future. After elections in mid-August, Stewardship representatives got right to work being the voice of the University community. So far, Stewardship has planned the Fall Dance and the first ULearn of the […]

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  • Black History Month

    By Grace Rozembajgier This year for Black History Month, The UPost had the privilege of speaking with Black Affinity Members, sophomore Austin Clark and freshman Zoe McMullen. Below are their thoughts about Black Affinity at University and their perspectives on Black History Month.   Austin: On Black Affinity – “So a big thing that we […]

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  • How NPR’s Tiny Desk Gives Modern Music Life

    By Keegan Priest In a world filled with trap high hats, 808s, and computer-generated pianos, modern music of all genres has seemed to fall into the trend of ‘artificial’ music. As much as one can appreciate the complexities and emotion constructed by many modern producers, not very many can play a real instrument. With a […]

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  • Girls Volleyball Celebrates First Ever Sectional Win

    by Olivia Hakes On October 13, the girls volleyball team won their sectionals against the International School of Indianapolis for the first time. After one of the longest seasons in volleyball history, the players’ relentlessness and hard work paid off. Player Lindsey Syrek, agreed that there was always “lots of energy on the court, and […]

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