Month: February 2015

News in Brief

Technical College High School announces students of the quarter Every quarter, TCHS recognizes students for their exceptional work. This quarter, Shannon Himes was chosen for the morning Allied Health program, and Micayla Flores was honored for the afternoon program. In Computer Information Systems, Trevor Phaneuf was chosen. Carol Vidal Hernandez was also recognized for Early

What to hear in 2015

1.  Madonna, Rebel Heart Madonna’s new album, Rebel Heart, features guest producers Kanye West, Diplo, and Avicii and writers Alicia Keys, Avicii, and Thomas Wesley Pentz.  In her songs, she addresses topics such as subversion, misanthropy, love, and redemption.  Several songs on the album have already been released after some of the music was leaked. 

Emergency Medical Technician

Recently, I became a volunteer EMT at the West Grove Fire Company. This certification allows me to actively ride on an ambulance and administer care to patients in need. While this job entails a lot of responsibility, it is also extremely rewarding. The duties of an Emergency Medical Technician involve prehospital, non-invasive care. For example:

A morning with the Maestro

This month, Sports editor Jimmy Nowoswiat and Opinions editor Henry Shafer took their talents to room 311 to interview the gold standard of life, Maestro Lacianca. Under his tutelage, Maestro has led the program to 12 straight league titles and two straight appearances to Nike Nationals. IP: Please state your name. ML: Mr. Lacianca. IP:

Beyond these w a l l s

Allison Hsu, 2014 graduate of Unionville High School, is currently studying at UCLA.  She landed a prestigious internship with Giorgio Armani and was able to share details of her past year . Indian Post: What was your experience graduating from Unionville in 2014? Allison Hsu: I graduated from Unionville this past summer and I spoke

FBLA sends sixteen to state competition

Future Business Leaders of America, or FBLA, is the nation’s largest business career student organization.  Membership is open to high school students, and students in fifth through eighth grade are eligible for middle-level membership.  During the last school year, Pennsylvania alone had 281 active FBLA chapters, incorporating over 13,300 members. The goal of FBLA is

Is Katniss dangerously naive?

As the Hunger Games series, by Suzanne Collins, has gained popularity, it has, naturally, gained critics as well. Some claim that the books’ ideas are simply recycled from other books, while others have more of a problem with the bland writing style. However, in light of recent protests—  such as 2014 pro-democracy protests in Hong

What to see in 2015

1. Mr. Robinson One of the many shows coming out this summer is “Mr. Robinson,” a comedy about a music teacher at a middle school. The show stars Craig Robinson, a comedian and television actor from “The Office” and a guest star on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” Robinson has also been in many recent comedy films such

Gymnastics Coach

After devoting 14 years of my life to gymnastics, it only seemed right that I got a job as a gymnastics coach. Since the end of summer last year, I have been coaching at Metzlers Gymnastics. After school on Wednesdays and Fridays, I head to the gym for non-competitive team practices. There, I coach kids

Dance Instructor/Party Enhancer

More times than not I am forced to answer texts about plans with “I can’t, I have dance.” I think I have been to a total of four football games throughout my high school career due to my Friday night dance classes. It’s worth it, though, because I love what I do. And I’m also