Tag: Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: Pep Rally

Friday afternoon, the students gathered in the gymnasium for the annual end of Spirit Week Pep Rally. The expectations of high energy and enthusiasm quickly disappeared and were met with something completely contrary. The performances could be appreciated for organization and quality, but some of the other aspects of the pep rally were on the

2016 SAT: Change we can believe in

All across America, parents are spending millions of dollars to ensure their children score high on the SAT. In fact, Australian research company IBISWorld reported in March 2013 that the tutoring and test prep industry generates $840.4 million a year and employs 115,000 people. Everybody knows that a high score on the SAT is important,

Letter to the Editor: Putin and Crimea

Dear Editor, As I am sure most of you are at least tangentially aware, during the last few weeks the international community has been wracked by a developing crisis on the Crimean Peninsula, which may or may not be part of the Ukraine. For those out of the loop, here are the highlights. In February,

Summer reading: is Sparknotes cheating?

Dear Editor,   I believe it is almost impossible to find a student at Unionville High School who has never viewed Sparknotes for a quick reference. The popular database has become the go-to resource for information and summaries of well known novels. However, some critics view Sparknotes as a form of cheating if the student