Junior Margaret Clisham is well known around the school for her various works of art. Indian Post: When did you first develop an interest in art? Margaret Clisham: I’ve always been into it; I’ve always drawn in my notebooks and stuff during class, and when I was in preschool and kindergarten, I took classes at
Indian Post: When and why did you join the marching band? Linghai Wang: I joined in freshman year because I thought it would be fun. I first heard about it from some friends and I thought it would be an interesting experience. IP: What is your favorite part about being in the band?
Thea Toocheck, a member of the class of 2017, is the self-published author of the Transcendence Series. She is currently working on her fourth and final installment of the series. Indian Post: Could you give a quick summary of your books? Thea Toocheck: The Transcendence Series centers on a teenage girl named Ide Noapte (EE-duh
Eva Sheppard, a member o f the class of 2018, attended a performing arts camp this past summer. She has performed in many productions and is considering a career in theater. Indian Post had the chance to talk to her about her experience. Indian Post: How were you first introduced to music and performing? Eva
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
In promotion of the upcoming production of Grease, Arts & Entertainment spoke with one one of the musical’s stars, Julia Madrak, who plays the role of Sandy. Indian Post: How did you first get into acting? Julia Madrak: I had thought about becoming a part of the theater department all of high school, but
Ashish Streatfield, senior, has performed in twelve Unionville productions, is nominated for Cappie’s Lead Actor for his perfor- mance in The 39 Steps, and will be directing this year’s May Play, Moon Over Buf- falo. Indian Post: How did you first get started act- ing? Ashish Streatfield: I first started acting in elemen- tary
After winning an honorable mention at the Marple Newtown Jazz Festival for her solo on tenor sax, senior Jackie Xu took the time to talk music with A&E. Indian Post: What/who are your inspirations? Jackie Xu: Countless people throughout my life have inspired me to keep playing: band directors, UHS graduates, even random people who approach