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    Indiana Youth Move Mountains

    By Allie Skalnik This article was revised on 4/16/21 and updated to include the Muncie Climate Resiliancy Resolution. It was previously titled, “How Indiana Youth Are Making A Difference In Climate Change”.  Across the globe, climate activism is increasingly being taken up by young people. With Greta Thunberg as arguably the most recognizable face of […]

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    Defining Greatness in Basketball

    By Weber Morse “(Insert any athlete ever to play a sport) is the G.O.A.T. (Greatest of All-Time).” I bet if you watch sports, you’ve probably heard this many times. Whether it be “experts” or an average Joe, every avid sports fan swears a single player is the G.O.A.T.. When the phrase was birthed, only a […]

  • 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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  • What’s In a Rival?

    If you’ve ever been around me at a sporting event and asked who we’re playing, you’ve likely heard me end my answer with “…and I don’t really like them.”  And that’s true—there are a lot of schools we play that for whatever reason I really don’t like—some of them more than others. That’s not to […]

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  • Summer in Minnesota

    Sophomore Jordan Dalton wrote this fictional short story. Enjoy! Where I live it’s winter all year round. I’ve never seen the pink bloom of a flower, the changing colors of the leaves, red, orange, yellow, green, mingling beautifully on one tree, mixing together like rainbow syrup on a snow cone. I’ve never even seen the […]

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