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    A Goodbye From Your Editors-In-Chief

    Ryan Ricks: Oh man, where do I begin? I’ll miss the U-Post so, so much. The U-Post was the first club that I got heavily involved in after transferring to UHS at the beginning of sophomore year. At that point, the only writing experience I had was a handful of stories I wrote as a […]

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    Every COVID-19 Commercial Ever

    By Karen Wang [DRAFT FOR “NOW, MORE THAN EVER” AD] We are in quarantine. We are isolated. We cannot see each other in close contact anymore. We cannot do the things we used to. Our lives have been disrupted. We are living a “new normal,” and that can be scary. We are living in a […]

Memorial Day

This spring, I traveled to Europe in an effort to learn more about our country’s history, specifically the events and battles in which we participated during World War II. Gazing out from the reinforced window of this German bunker on the beaches of Normandy, with a view marred by copious amounts of barbed wire, I […]

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  • The Cool Bus

    After winning the $10,000 grant from the MAKE 5X5 competition by People for Urban Progress, The Cool Bus is well on its way to becoming one of the coolest ideas out there today. Last year, the six who make up Word on the Street built the Micro-Library. The library not only created a sense of […]

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  • Hints for Elements 2013

    This week, we’ll have a collection of pieces from the Yearbook class. Everything — from the ideas, to the writing, to the pictures — was supplied by the staff. This was written by Lilly Snodgrass. 1.What’s black and white and read all over? 2. Cover to cover we cover all the headlines. 3. Bringing U […]

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  • The Blazers’ Toughest Opponent: The Weather

    This week, we’ll have a collection of pieces from the Yearbook class. Everything – from the ideas, to the writing, to the pictures, was supplied by the staff. This was written by Zach Duncan.  This spring, University High School’s spring sports teams had high hopes for their upcoming seasons. Intense winter workouts prepped them for […]

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  • Outside of the Art Department (There’s Art)

    This week, we’ll have a collection of pieces from the Yearbook class. Everything – from the ideas, to the writing, to the pictures, was supplied by the staff. This was written by Jordan Dalton.  This month, students set out to get creative. “What’s the big deal?” you ask. “Why, that happens everyday.” And yes, you’d […]

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  • Smash Bros. at UHS

    This week, we’ll have a collection of pieces from the Yearbook class. Everything — from the ideas, to the writing, to the pictures — was supplied by the staff. This was written by Kevin Bonar.  Over the last few months, two Super Smash Bros. tournaments have come to University High School. Co-creators of the tournament, […]

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  • My Grandfather’s Land

    This poem, entitled “My Grandfather’s Land,” was written by senior Victoria Overdorf. Enjoy!       I was allowed pie after dinner If I helped my grandfather in the fields. We harvested; he didn’t believe in modern machines ‘cause they made people too comfortable. There wasn’t another house for a mile, Or so it seemed […]

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  • Seniors Close Out Theatre Career with YAGMCB

    This week, we’ll have a collection of pieces from the Yearbook class. Everything – from the ideas, to the writing, to the pictures, was supplied by the staff. This was written by Tara Brugh.  For eight seniors, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown (YAGMCB) was the last production they had the opportunity to be a part […]

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