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    The Case for Vinyl

    By: Keegan Priest  Since 2010, 110 million people have registered to a music streaming service. Companies such as Apple and Spotify have provided us the world’s largest music database. With thousands of hours of songs from all across the globe spanning from the past hundred years, some could say streaming is the best thing to […]

Ode to the Leprechaun

By Jordan McQuiston   Top of the [insert time you are reading this here] to ya! I’d like to tell you about my biggest guilty pleasure as far as media is concerned. It’s a “horror” series in which a leprechaun kills people in various ways in various locations. These movies are awful. Truly awful. And […]

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  • 5 Tips for March Madness Tipoff

      By Grace Rozembajgier Tomorrow marks the beginning of possibly the most exciting time of the year — March Madness — and this year’s bracket is a brutal one. There are an infinite number of ways to fill out your bracket, ranging from historical team stats to mascots. Since deciding the outcomes of 63 games […]

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  • Dreamer

    By Maddie Sersic Dreams are fascinating. Not the kind that we reminisce in the morning after we wake, but the kind that we can live. The type of dreams that are consistently paired with the words hope and want. These dreams that we aspire to and change our life around seem so important and relevant […]

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  • Athlete of the Week: Josh Alford

    By Grace Rozembajgier Senior Josh Alford recently committed to Franklin College to play basketball. With Senior Night coming up, Josh talked about his experience at University and his future at Franklin. What was the basketball recruiting process like for you? I mean, it really started toward the end of last year. Franklin was the first […]

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  • New Year, New Mindset

    By Ariana Katz The ball has been dropped and here we are with yet another year upon us. A year that each and every one of us has the full potential to shape and create whichever way we choose. Don’t worry, I’m not about to get all sentimental about how we should all sit in a […]

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  • Boys Basketball Recap

    By Jon Gray Basketball is arguably the defining sport of University. Walking into the average sectionals game, one could immediately spot the blue-and-white student section of UHS. Our Blazer boys received encouragement and support all throughout the 2016-17 season. While this season was one of ups and downs, we still came out on top. The […]

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  • Introduction to Spamalot

    Senior Jordan McQuiston created this great video debriefing the history of the musical Spamalot. Come see University’s rendition of the popular production April 21st, 22nd, and 23rd! Image: http://www.theatricalrights.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Spamalot-banner.png

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  • CTE In the NFL

    By Jay Maturi “If I knew back then what I know now, I would have never played football. Never.” – Bo Jackson, NFL All-Star and MLB Left-Fielder “CTE is a progressive degenerative disease which afflicts the brain of people who have suffered repeated concussions and traumatic brain injuries, such as athletes who take part in […]

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  • Sundance 2017

    Senior Charlie Vargas took part in the Film & Culture January Term class, and made this awesome video of their trip to Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. (Obviously, they spent most of their time watching movies, which Charlie could not film, but this video documents many other aspects and moments of their trip.)  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0y58XVK9SHw

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