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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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    Eiteljorg Museum Hosts Day of the Dead Event on October 27

    by Elena Biglan and Karen Wang The Eiteljorg Museum in downtown Indianapolis is hosting a celebration of the Mexican holiday Day of the Dead on Saturday, October 27 from 10 AM to 5 PM. Admission to the museum is free and all are welcome to attend. Activities include music performances, presentations from Hispanic artists, a […]

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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 […]

Lady Blazers Take First Step Towards Number Five

The Lady Trailblazers (5-16) never trailed in a game that saw University grab its seventh win in as many tries against Bethesda Christian (12-9).  University scored the first four points of the game, but only led 8-7 at the end of the first quarter that saw both teams struggle—a combined 21 turnovers were committed in […]

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  • Athlete of the Week: Patrick Sanders

    Patrick Sanders, commonly referred to as “Paddy” or “Ronaldo Jr.,” is a senior midfielder for the University High School soccer team. He was co-captain of the team this year, leading them to an impressive season that surpassed all expectations. They succeeded largely due to Patrick’s contributions.  He is a great soccer player and an even […]

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  • TWiUA: February 3

    Those of you who were around University last year will remember a weekly “television” recap show entitled “This Week in University Athletics.”  TWiUA is back in a text format, looking back at the past week in UHS athletics while looking ahead to the upcoming week’s events! Girls Basketball: University 62, Fall Creek Academy 22 After […]

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  • Defending Champions or Sectional Underdogs?

    Each year, the IHSAA Champions Network unveils the draw for the IHSAA Girls Basketball State Tournament on a statewide television show, with in-house “experts” offering previews of the teams in each sectional.  When the Sectional 58 draw was revealed, the defending champions failed to garner even a mention as one of the contenders for the […]

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  • Athlete of the Week: Ellie Klemsz

    Ellie Klemsz is a junior at University High School. She is a three-sport athlete for the Trailblazers, participating in volleyball, basketball, and softball. She is a part of a very strong tradition of Klemsz children at this school and is extending it in dramatic fashion. Ellie is active in many community service opportunities, including volunteering […]

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