Indian Post



POINT-COUNTERPOINT: Should kids know if Santa is real or not?

Hannah Bass December 16, 2014

Be-claus they deserve to be happy Parents should tell their kids that Santa is real. When kids are little, the idea of Santa is a special one that creates a sense of excitement around Christmas time. Children are in awe of the magical man who brings them presents every year. He is the man who… Continue Reading »


Point-Counterpoint: Trick or Treating Teens?

Opinions November 5, 2014

Trick or Creep  There is a time and a place for everything, so for once, lets grow up. We are simply too old to be out intimidating little kids on Halloween night, stealing candy, and deflecting evil stares from parents. We all remember as little kids watching the huge teenagers trampling through the neighborhood, and… Continue Reading »


Maintain political correctness

Sam Ross February 28, 2014

POINT-COUNTERPOINT Unionville Indians: Time for a change? In 1999, the NAACP called for the end of the use of Native American names, symbols, and mascots with backing from the U.S. commission for Civil Rights in order to address the racial insensitivity towards this particular minority. The use of Native Americans in athletics and high schools… Continue Reading »


P/CP: Should marijuana remain illegal?

Phoebe Landolt May 7, 2013

Benefits of legalization outweigh risks A hot topic of our generation is whether the government should prohibit the recreational and me­dicinal use of Marijuana. Three states have now passed laws stating that under certain confines Ameri­can citizens may possess and use Marijuana. Similar to the drinking laws, an individual may not drive under the influ­ence… Continue Reading »

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