• Freshman Featurette: Shelby Wood

    This article was written by senior Monica Chavan. Freshman Featurette is new to The U Post this year. Every two weeks, an upperclassman will write a short blurb about a freshman or transfer student that he/she would like to introduce to the school community. Freshman Featurette will hopefully become a way for the UHS community to […]

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  • How 9/11 Impacted Patriotism

    By Jake Thurman  Every year around September 11, most of us undoubtedly spend time discussing and reflecting on the events as they occurred in New York, Washington DC, and Summerset County, Pennsylvania. We are all familiar with the profound tragedy, the heroic tales of self-sacrifice, and the uplifting stories of a wounded nation coming together. […]

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  • Fall Sports Update

    This article was written by seniors Isaac Mervis and Daniel Healey! Boys Soccer After graduating 9 of 11 starters this past year, the outlook was grim for the UHS Boys Soccer Team. Senior Captains Jake “Bumblebee” Tanner and Daniel “Tickle Fight” Sanders were the only two returning starters and knew they had a lot of work […]

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  • Boys Soccer Update

    By Isaac Mervis and David Flickner Heritage Christian August 19 Varsity – The first game of the season was a hard-fought battle.  The teams were deadlocked at 0 at the end of the first half.  The team fell behind early in the second half 1-0, but bounced back and tied it up off of a Patrick Naremore […]

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  • Lollapalooza 2014

    This article was written by Amelia Eskenazi, Tara Brugh, and Emma Troughton On the first of August, we took a trip to Chicago to attend a music festival called Lollapalooza, which was located in Grant Park. The roads around the park, and the park itself, had to be closed down to accommodate the approximately 150,000 […]

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  • How 9/11 Impacted Patriotism

    By Jake Thurman  Every year around September 11, most of us undoubtedly spend time discussing and reflecting on the events as they occurred in New York, Washington DC, and Summerset County, Pennsylvania. We are all familiar with the profound tragedy, the heroic tales of self-sacrifice, and the uplifting stories of a wounded nation coming together. […]

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