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    Dear Hank Vol. 3

    “I met a guy 2 weeks ago in one of my classes, and I had no idea that he was a junior until after I started to have feelings for him. I am a freshman btw! I have had a few conversations with him and he seems very nice, we have also studied together out […]

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    The Fall of Our Malls

    By Ryan Ricks When I was a kid, I always looked forward to my family’s semi-regular trips to the mall. We’d go maybe once a month, but having a couple of malls around, with all their nifty and versatile little stores, ensured that I would never grow bored with what they had to offer. Of […]

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    Searching for Answers: An Internal Investigation of the U Post

    By Karen Wang  A question has been plaguing the staff of the U Post. A dark and frightening question.  “I don’t know where they’re coming from,” said editor Sarah Naidu. “They just keep appearing and appearing.” “It’s really weird,” said co-editor-in-chief Ryan Ricks. “Like, super weird. I don’t like it.” “What are you even talking […]

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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  • Welcome Back!

    Welcome back, everyone! We hope you enjoyed J-Term. As we start our second semester, I want to talk about some new and exciting things happening with The U Post. We’re working on implementing a semi-regular schedule that will include a variety of new contributors to the site. Our new staff writer, junior Drake Jellison, will […]

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  • University in Wonderland

    Once again, the University High School Stageblazers have shown their ability to interpret a well-known and well-loved story into a hilarious, fun-filled work of art. The collaboration between the students and artistic director Ty Stover made the incredibly well-written production a unique experience. The story that the cast portrayed highlighted some of the best scenes […]

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  • Athlete of the Week: Kevin Bates

    Kevin Bates graced University with his presence last year when he transferred from Carmel High School.  He made immediate contributions to the varsity basketball and cross country teams.  His hustle and determination was a key part of the basketball team’s success in the sectional championship win last year. This year, Kevin has added varsity soccer to […]

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  • Artist of the Week: Brittany Fukushima

    This week’s featured artist is senior Brittany Fukushima. Over the summer, she attended a three-week intensive at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). We discussed her inspirations, her experiences, and her views on art. Who is your favorite artist?It’s hard to narrow down to just one artist. Egon Schiele is a huge […]

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