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Mixed Signals; Proposed Carmel ordinance may require turn signals on  roundabouts, editor and junior Cory Steele advises against it

Mixed Signals; Proposed Carmel ordinance may require turn signals on roundabouts, editor and junior Cory Steele advises against it

Cory Steele, Column

They’re the City of Carmel’s claim to fame – roundabouts, and lots of them. I’ll admit that I was once among the roundabout-naysayers – why clog up the city with construction detours to turn an intersection into a...

April 20, 2017No Comments

Mixed Signals; Proposed Carmel ordinance may require turn signals on roundabouts

Mixed Signals; Proposed Carmel ordinance may require turn signals on roundabouts

Carson TerBush, Story

The Carmel City Council is considering a new ordinance that would require Carmel drivers to use turn signals on roundabouts or face a fine of up to $100. The ordinance is currently in committee and the City Council will...

April 20, 2017No Comments

Going Back in History: Carmel Clay Historical Society to launch interactive app for Carmel residents

Going Back in History: Carmel Clay Historical Society to launch interactive app for Carmel residents

Adhi Ramkumar, Story

The Carmel Clay Historical Society recently announced its plan to launch an app that showcases the history of Carmel. According to Virginia Terpening, Carmel Clay Historical Society member and app coordinator, the society...

March 17, 2017No Comments

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Us vs. U.S.: With the coming of 4/20, CHS students, staff reflect on the implications of federal versus state power.

Us vs. U.S.: With the coming of 4/20, CHS students, staff reflect on the implications of federal versus state power.

Mary Salzmann, News Editor

Senior Colton “Cole” Ferguson said he thinks the benefits of decriminalizing cannabis far outweigh the disadvantages. Ferguson is the chairman of Indiana High School Democra...

April 20, 2017No Comments

Raising Awareness

Raising Awareness

Heidi Peng, Feature Reporter

As someone whose family has had an elaborate history of cancer, April, National Cancer Control Month, holds great significance to me. My grandma and great aunt are both breast ca...

April 20, 2017No Comments

  • STUDYING, SERIOUSLY April 20, 2017
  • Will Our Education System Be a Good Apple or a Bad One?: What could Betsy DeVos’s leadership mean for a school district like Carmel’s? March 17, 2017
  • Proud to be… American? Recent surveys show some Americans see language as a key part of our culture. What do CHS students and staff think? March 17, 2017
  • Slipping out of Science: While there is large interest in STEM fields at CHS, it is paralleled with large dropout rate during college. March 17, 2017

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Ask the HiLite: How can you be safe and smart while you party?

Ask the HiLite: How can you be safe and smart while you party?

Jessica Konrad, Student Section reporter

Q: As a school resource officer, what would you say is your biggest concern for students going out and partying? A: “Well, obviously any choices made that would be not hel...

April 20, 2017No Comments

(Deaf)ining history

(Deaf)ining history

Raiha Zainab, Student Section reporter

Growing up, sophomore David Leffler lived a normal life with his family with one difference: his father, Andy Leffler, is deaf. When he was a baby, along with learning En...

March 17, 2017No Comments

  • Ask the HiLite: Why are students taking ISTEP in high school now and what are the details involved in testing this year? March 17, 2017
  • An executive summary February 24, 2017
  • I’m just a bill, sittin’ on Capitol Hill February 24, 2017
  • Being Visible: Three different students, three different viewpoints on the most prevalent social issues in our country today February 24, 2017

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Our latest issue

A Moody Move. Administrators should reconsider decision to get rid of Moodle, as it takes away a valuable resource for students.

A Moody Move. Administrators should reconsider decision to get rid of Moodle, as it takes away a valuable resource for students.

Adhitya Ramkumar, Reporter

As students at CHS, we are provided with numerous tools to aid our learning. Whether it be the informative databases or the finest book collections, administrators have done a com...

April 20, 2017No Comments

  • Pass the Weed (Bill). On National Weed Day, the possible beneficial uses for marijuana should not be ignored. April 20, 2017
  • Learning the Hard Way: Teen pregnancy, STI rates significantly higher in conservative states due to inadequate sex education April 20, 2017
  • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: CHS administrators should increase Earth-friendly habits around the school. April 20, 2017
  • A Lesson to Learn: After the recent lawsuit from the Teens for Life poster, administrators should learn from the mistakes made. April 20, 2017

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French Club to watch Phantom of the Opera on May 13

French Club to watch Phantom of the Opera on May 13

Daniel Lee, Reporter

French Club will watch the CHS production of the Phantom of the Opera on May 13, according to sponsor Lisa Carroll. This performance is about a phantom who lives under the sewers of the Paris Opera House, and while he pri...

April 21, 2017No Comments

  • Carmel Clay Public Library Hosts Online Book Club in May April 21, 2017
  • Ambassadors Prepare for ISSMA on April 29 April 21, 2017
  • Unified Track brings students together through competition and sports April 20, 2017
  • Ambassadors Prepare for Evening with the Ambassadors and Accents on March 25 March 24, 2017

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