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    The Model Minority Myth

    By Allie Skalnik When people use the phrase ‘model minority’, they are usually referring to a racial minority that is perceived to hold a higher socioeconomic status than other minority groups. But this phrase holds many important connotations as well. In addition to socioeconomic status, it is not uncommon for the perceived privilege of model […]

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    Why Is Discussing Mental Health Important?

    By Avani Papadopoulos We’re always asking our family and friends how they feel on a certain day, but do we really recognize the importance of asking “How are you today?” Those words are pretty impactful and can mean a lot to people who are having a stressful day or are going through a difficult period […]

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    Is the Myers-Briggs Personality Test Accurate?

    By Avani Papadopoluos The Myers-Briggs Personality Test measures psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions. However, is it really accurate and justifiable to say that this test can determine your personality?   To answer this, first we have to take a step back and understand what personality is. The Google dictionary […]

Time Bending

This piece was written by junior Lizzie Berry.  In AP Language and Composition, we read a play called Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller. In this play, he challenges not only our idea of time, but also our idea of reality. Miller wrote the play around a thoroughly thought out and complex topic called […]

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  • Noah’s Nifty Top Fifteen

    Pictured: Noah Matthews, music aficionado, sits by the piano admiring the flow and beauty emulating from the ivory keys. Hey, I’m Noah Mathews.  This article is the first edition of my bi-weekly musical selections, Noah’s Nifty Top Fifteen. In this article, I will give a list of fifteen of my favorite songs every two weeks.  Here […]

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  • She

    This article was written and submitted by sophomore Olivia Gardner. It is a fictional piece. It started with thoughts and feelings of a different nature, a feeling of misplacement that crowded and confused her. She learned at an early age that what she was feeling was wrong. She grew up with a Catholic mother, a […]

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  • Photography by Hannah Norman

    This week we are featuring the amazing work of Hannah Norman. While discussing her photography, Norman said, “These photos best represent the spectrum in the format I use and what I like to photograph. I have learned to photograph in Digital, 35mm film and Medium format film. Medium format has become my favorite. My favorite […]

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  • Confessions of a College Visitor

    By Jordan Dalton and Naomi Farahan Last weekend, we took a trip to a small liberal arts college in a nearby state. It will remain unnamed. Apparently, there is a science to college visiting, and it is one we have yet to perfect. We started off our long car ride far too early. After a […]

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  • Drake Jellison and Radioactive Coal

    [Insert Harry Potter theme] Now, I might just be scientifically sheltered, starved and otherwise oblivious, but this was serious news to me. ‘This’ being this–> http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=coal-ash-is-more-radioactive-than-nuclear-waste Er, before I get to the Journalism-muse-science business, it’s best that I give you a nice excuse so you don’t fire me and/or say mean things to me in school […]

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  • Athlete of the Week: Zach Johns

    Zach Johns is one of the few athletes at our school that does not participate in a school sport. Zach is a swimmer for the Carmel Swim Club. Zach is a dedicated swimmer: he has practice twice a day, six days a week. Zach is still very involved even with his busy swimming schedule. He […]

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  • Fall Sports Update 2013

    The Fall Sports seasons are coming to an end, so it’s time for another Sports Update!  Only here at The U Post can you get hard-hitting University sports news. Volleyball The Volleyball team has had a successful year led by captains Ellie Klemsz, Taylor Rodgers, Curissa Jones-Dabney, and Lillian Egloff.  The team has had great […]

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  • Shall We Dance

    Written by sophomore Sarah Sigman It’s Friday night, and it’s been on the calendar for months: your mother planned to go to the ballet with your family. The beauty and perfection during the performance is breathtaking, but what you see is not even the half of it. There is a lot behind the scenes work […]

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  • Athlete of the Week: Taylor Rodgers

    Taylor Rodgers is a four-year varsity volleyball player here at University. She leads the team in points and assists. Aside from volleyball, she is also a member of the Community Service Club, the youth board chair of Youth as Resources with the United Way, and a part of the Spirit Run committee. Taylor is also […]

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