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    New Troubles and Relief Both Caused by Heavy Downpours in Australia

    By Edward Wang For four days, heavy rain in Australia has brought relief after months of destructive fires and years of droughts, but it has also brought new concerns of additional bizarre weather and flooding damage.       Australia has fought through drought for years. According to the Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, the 36-month […]

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    Lessons Learned From Cleaning Out My Watch Later

    by Ryan Ricks Over winter break, I engaged myself in activities most normal teenagers partake in when given an extended away from school. Sleeping, working, spending time with family and friends. Oh, and I cleaned out all 257 videos on my YouTube watch later.  It was a grueling process, spanning me over a week. However, […]

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    Student of the Week: Brooke Toombs

    By Nerissa Finnen Brooke Toombs is a junior who is very active in UHS’s girls soccer team and pep band. In her free time, she volunteers for non-profit organizations and she has organized numerous events for her fellow UHS classmates to get involved with the community.  1. What are some of the extracurriculars you participate […]

  • Comedy J-Term Inspired By The Onion

    To welcome everyone back from spring break, The U Post would like to share a few humorous pieces from our recent Comedy J-Term course. The Onion Articles In the comedy January Term, students wrote articles similar to the ones on The Onion. Here is a selection of sophomore Emma Troughton’s articles. Man Brings Stolen Kid […]

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  • Dancing For a Cause

    The following is a guest post from Kit Clark.  University hosted its second annual Dance Marathon this Saturday in support of Riley Hospital for Children. Dance Marathons are hosted by high schools and colleges alike across the state of Indiana to support Riley and their policy to turn no child away. Dance Marathon centers around […]

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  • Learn To Play

    This is a guest piece written by Kip Robisch.  When I was eight years old, a friend of our family sat me behind his gold sparkle Slingerland drum set and said, “There you go.” Since then, I have found through drumming not just a metronome but a compass—a righting agent for my life that has […]

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