Month: November 2014

“A Gift” by Dana Dirnberger

When asked to recommend student essays from the 11th grade AP English Language and Composition course to be published on Indian Post Online, Mr. Dippell had only one to recommend. This is Dana Dirnberger’s narrative essay. Whipping our tiny, childishly hope-filled eyes around the corner, we make a break for it and stampede across the living room,

Mole Day with the AP Chemistry Classes

On October 23rd, the AP Chemistry classes here at Unionville celebrated everyone’s favorite science-related holiday: Mole Day! It’s a day spent honoring Avogadro’s Number (6.02 x 10^23), also called the Mole, that starts at 6:02am and runs til 6:02pm on 10/23. As is the tradition here at UHS, the AP Chemistry students had to make “moles” to kick off

Unionville’s Fall Events May Surprise You

Though students complain of the lack of entertainment in our area, in reality, the school district is surrounded by a rich culture.  From the historical Brandywine Battlefield, to the world-famous Longwood Gardens, to the numerous festivals that take place in the community, chances are, students can always find something to do – if they know

Origins of Halloween

With its sugar-coated princesses grimy ghouls, and crime-fighting power rangers, Halloween seems to be a complete jumble of tricks and treats. Everyone loves to put on an insane costume for pure purpose of receiving a sack full of candy. However, Halloween was not always a bundle of famly-fun. It originated from a Celtic harvest festival


It’s almost Halloween and that means that you’re about to go door to door begging strangers for candy that you can only hope isn’t poisoned. That also means you need to look absolutely fly when that Friday comes around. 10/10 scientists agree that this year’s Halloween will be the most dope Halloween of all time,

Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice

The changing leaves. The crisp, cool air. Days becoming shorter and nights becoming longer. These are all signs that fall is here. But while these gradual changes are all a sure sign that fall has come, there’s an even surer sign that can be described in just one (hyphenated) word: pumpkin-flavored-everything. Infiltrating our food aisles,

It’s Matson’s World

This season, freshman field hockey player Erin Matson has led the Indians to one of the most successful seasons in our history. She has provided a spark in the offense by leading the league in goals. We are honored and privilged to have had the opportunity to speak with the freshman phenom… 1. What is

Downington Rocks Community Fair

Select students from the Downingtown School of Rock performed at the Unionville Community Fair this year. The School of Rock is a performance-based music school where kids have weekly lessons on instruments of their choice. The school teaches guitar, bass, vocals, keyboards, drums and offers group band rehearsals to prepare students to take the stage