Diverse Thinking

By Marcelius Lewis One of the most important things for a child’s development is to be educated in a diverse environment. Children educated in diverse environments are exposed [to different viewpoints] and are better able to produce new and innovative ideas. They are also better prepared to function in the real world outside of school. […]

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  • The Shining Review

    By Patrick Naremore The Shining, directed by Stanley Kubrick in 1980, is perhaps one of the best and most profound horror movies of all time. Not only is it made by one of the most highly regarded directors of all time, but it is also based off of the novel by Stephen King. Stanley Kubrick and […]

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  • 2014 Fall Sports Sectional Results

    By Isaac Mervis Boys Soccer The Boys Soccer Team took on Park Tudor at Guerin Catholic in the first round of Sectionals. The audience was expecting 12th ranked Park Tudor and 20th University to be competitive until the final buzzer, and the players did not disappoint. The teams were neck and neck throughout the first half. […]

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  • Senior Advice

    These quotes were collected by Lizzie Berry. The Class of 2015 has finished 81.25% of their high school career. With this experience under their belts, it’s only fair that they impart some of their wisdom to the younger classes. Here are some of the University High School seniors giving their best, most thought-out advice to the […]

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  • My Journey Back Home

    By Collin Lawrence I was raised in Elmhurst, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago that is similar to Carmel in many ways. I did well there. I got good grades, had friends, and in high school became a good cross country and track runner. Nevertheless, by the time I was a senior, I was ready […]

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  • Social Media: Helpful or Harmful?

    By Lori Bowes So, here you are, presumably sitting on the couch, slumped between the cushions, probably eating potato chips or something. It’s most likely already late, or getting there, and I bet you haven’t even started your homework yet. You probably mindlessly scrolled through your emails, jumped over to Buzzfeed to take one of […]

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  • Indianapolis Colts: Behind the Scenes

    By Luke Turgeon   Before the first whistle ever blows, the Indianapolis Colts front office staff is hard at work preparing for the upcoming football season. From ensuring that tickets are sold to managing the travel details of the professional football team, the staff at the Indianapolis Colts’ practice facility and headquarters keeps the team […]

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  • Emily Gardner’s Playlist

    By Emily Gardner This playlists consists of 15 songs that will be stuck in your head. They are beats that you can bob your head and bounce to in your seat (at least I hope I’m not the only one who does this). I leave you with a list of 15 terrific tunes that I […]

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  • Ace and Luther

    I always end up starting my homework way too late and I have to pull all-nighters. How can I manage my time better? Dear Procrastinator, First of all, as a true artist with a sophisticated view of the universe, I don’t believe in time. I consider it to be an artificial man-made construct that employers use […]

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