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    Why You Should Volunteer at Brooke’s Place

    By Avani Papadopoulos In Central Indiana, there is only one place children can receive support when they are grieving the death of a loved one, and that is at Brooke’s Place. Brooke’s Place is a safe place for children and their families to grieve and share the stories of their loved ones. Children sometimes need […]

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    The Climate Change Conversation Revisited

    By Allie Skalnik To talk about climate change, we have to first acknowledge the facts. Gases like carbon dioxide, methane, and water vapor are the largest contributors to the greenhouse effect. Now, the greenhouse effect is essential for human life on Earth, as its property of trapping heat on the Earth’s surface means we aren’t […]

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    The Smart Way to Prepare for Finals

    High school is already hard, but by the time finals roll around, you’re probably ready to sit down and take a break. Unfortunately, you still have to find a way to make it through your exams, which is not an easy process. So, to provide some support, Bring Change To Mind (BC2M) has compiled a […]

Athlete of the Week: Ellie Klemsz

Ellie Klemsz is a junior at University High School. She is a three-sport athlete for the Trailblazers, participating in volleyball, basketball, and softball. She is a part of a very strong tradition of Klemsz children at this school and is extending it in dramatic fashion. Ellie is active in many community service opportunities, including volunteering […]

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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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  • Athlete of the Week: Marvin Scott

    Congratulations to junior Marvin Scott, University High School tennis player and The U Post’s athlete of the week! Marvin Scott was born to roam the courts, picking up tennis at an early age.  He has been playing ever since. Scott played number 1 singles for the University High School Varsity tennis team during the fall.  […]

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  • Athlete of the Week: Eric Metzman

    Eric Metzman is a sophomore tennis and baseball team member. He was a key player last year for the Blazer baseball team as they won their first sectional championship in school history. He was a large contributor to the tennis team, and he is the primary spirit force of the currently undefeated Academic Team. Eric […]

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  • Sharla’s Top Ten Songs of the Week

    Here are Sharla Steinman’s favorite songs this week! Closer – Tegan & Sara Bad Girls – M.I.A. Kids – Sleigh Bells Sunset – The xx Girl On Fire (Inferno Version) – Alicia Keys Adorn – Miguel Forest Gump – Frank Ocean Stillness Is The Move – Dirty Projectors I Love it- Icona Pop Quesadilla – […]

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  • Stewardship Update

    Update from Morgan Wood, Class of 2013. Stewardship Council truly benefits University High School. It is one of the prominent resources for students in that they are able to make significant contributions to the school. For instance, just this year, Stewardship Council implemented a brand new vending machine full of healthier choices. This was a […]

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