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Monthly Archives: September 2014


The Giver’s Mediocrity

Uma Balaji September 29, 2014

  The dystopian young-adult genre has seen a surge in popularity, with high-action films like Divergent and The Maze Runner following in the footsteps of the hugely successful Hunger Games trilogy. But recently, a film adaptation of Lois Lowry’s The Giver, a more understated dystopian novel, was released to mixed reviews after being in the… Continue Reading »


Sam Wofford reflects on year abroad

Olivia Grim September 29, 2014

As many of us were preparing ourselves for another mundane school year, collecting our necessary pens, pencils, and notebooks, Sam Wofford was packing his necessities into a suitcase and collecting his plane ticket which would take him 15 hours away to Argentina. For those unaware, Sam spent his junior year in Sante Fe, Argentina. Submersed… Continue Reading »


Top Ten Binge-Worthy TV Series

RIPE September 29, 2014

Game of Thrones Having just finished up season 4, there is no shortage of episodes for this HBO summer must-see. Interweaving several plotlines, GoT explores issues of social hierarchy, religion, crime and punishment, and many more. Brilliant, epic, and bloody; this show transports viewers to another world that is brash and unforgiving. Breaking Bad With… Continue Reading »


Boys’ Soccer wins for the late Andy Joseph

Chad Rafetto September 29, 2014

High school sports may appear to be the pinnacle of most athletes’ lives during their teen years; however, there are certain things that transcend the importance of a high school sports game. One such example is the passing of beloved graduate Andy Joseph. Andy played soccer for Unionville from 2008-2011 and was also an actor… Continue Reading »


Looking ahead to the fall season

Drew Menninger September 29, 2014

Golf The golf team hopes to have another great season to cap off the impressive careers of captains Blake Hinckley and Matt Scargle. Achieving their 50th win of their careers, Scargle, Hickley, and fellow Senior Matt Kowash have gotten off to a hot 12-0 start.  After losing early in the playoffs for the past few… Continue Reading »


Artist of the month: Claire Kinane

Rachel Kinane September 29, 2014

Arts & Entertainment spoke with Claire Kinane, a 17-year-old aspiring artist at Unionville High School. Claire has been making art since she was five years old because she has always had a unique way of expressing what she sees around her. “In art, there are so many opportunities for creativity and you can do so… Continue Reading »


UHS Presents: The Fault in Our Stars Movie

Taylor Thornton September 29, 2014

This year marked the second anniversary  of the “One Theme: One Unionville” program, which has immensely helped unite our school through a book with a common theme. This year, students read John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars. This book is loved by people of all ages, and it was given an incredible rating of… Continue Reading »


Bonjour, France

Caroline Carpenter September 29, 2014

On June 26th, after a nearly 8-hour flight and a brief layover in Iceland, 22 disgruntled and sleep-deprived Unionville students rolled out of Paris’s Charles de Gaul Airport and set out on the cultural experience of a lifetime. Students of Unionville High School’s French program, along with two teachers who acted as chaperones, would spend… Continue Reading »

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