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Striking a Perfect Pitch

Angela Kodokian November 24, 2015

Every year the music department puts on concerts to show parents the culmination of what their child has learned for the semester. Because the department is so large, there are two concerts that occur each semester: one for orchestra and band, and one for the various choral groups, including the newly-formed acapella club.     In recent… Continue Reading »


Drumline Leaves its Mark

Drew Hunt November 24, 2015

As the first marking period wraps up, students reflect upon what the new school year has brought to the table. New teachers and students have arrived, classrooms are no longer deserted, books are being reopened, and extra-curricular activities have resumed. Whether we participate in sports, the arts, or service-oriented clubs, we have all felt the… Continue Reading »


A Cappella Club

Rachel Kinane November 24, 2015

Students may know Karalyn Joseph from her outstanding performance as Maria in last year’s school musical West Side Story. Now, she has decided to begin an a cappella club at Unionville High School, that is currently under decision by the school board to become an official club. The club will appeal to passionate music lovers… Continue Reading »


What to hear in 2015

Natalie Minella February 11, 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. … Continue Reading »


Is Katniss dangerously naive?

Uma Balaji February 11, 2015

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… Continue Reading »


What to see in 2015

Drew Hunt February 11, 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… Continue Reading »


Oscar Predictions 2015

Ryan Nilsen February 11, 2015

February 22nd: It’s Hollywood’s biggest night, The Academy Awards! Having seen almost all the films nominated, I present to you my “Should, Would” list of the nominees I think WILL win, SHOULD win, and the dark horse that COULD win. Best Director: Would: Richard Linklater – It’s revolutionary in film. Yes, maybe a gimmick, but… Continue Reading »

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