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  • Performing arts department to prepare for Camerata orchestra concert on March 27
  • Teen Library Council Hosts Pop Fest on March 25
  • Students give interesting insight on St. Patrick’s Day traditions
  • Student athletes come back better than ever after suffering from major medical problems
  • 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?
  • (Deaf)ining history
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 17No Comments

Refer(end)um: Expiration of current referendum could end some AP programs and staff positions

Refer(end)um: Expiration of current referendum could end some AP programs and staff positions

Emily Dexter, News Reporter

Since the current referendum for the school district will expire on Dec. 31, a special election will occur on May 2 where Carmel citizens will vote on a new referendum to take its place. If this referendum fails, accordin...

March 17No Comments

Path to the future: Carmel City Council plans expansion of bike-friendly paths

Path to the future: Carmel City Council plans expansion of bike-friendly paths

Anna Klauz, Story

Bruce Kimball, City Council member and resident of Carmel, is a bike advocate. He shared his passion for new urbanism, walkable cities and bike friendly paths with the hopes of incorporating more of this into our city for ...

March 17No Comments

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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?

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?

Alina Yu, Feature Reporter

After moving halfway across the world from China to the United States in the summer before her sophomore year, Qitao “Rachel” Du, former English as a New Language (ENL...

March 17No Comments

Slipping out of Science: While there is large interest in STEM fields at CHS, it is paralleled with large dropout rate during college.

Slipping out of Science: While there is large interest in STEM fields at CHS, it is paralleled with large dropout rate during college.

Bethlehem Daniel and Manahil Nadeem

Meet senior Darren Chang. For the past three summers, Chang has worked eight to 10 hours a day for five days a week to complete his research project on transcription modul...

March 17No Comments

  • Profits vs People March 17
  • A (Peaceful) Fight for Peaceful Change: Students, leaders reflect on the utilization of peaceful protests March 16
  • Fitting In: For some students, clothing sizes are a struggle to find, understand February 23
  • Socially Underrated: CHS students, staff evaluate the role social workers, student mediators play February 23

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Ask the HiLite: Why are students taking ISTEP in high school  now and what are the details involved in testing this  year?

Ask the HiLite: Why are students taking ISTEP in high school now and what are the details involved in testing this year?

Jessica Konrad and Lilly St. Angelo

Q: How effective would you say is the ISTEP at evaluating students’ academic abilities? A: I think that it’s good to have some sort of a common measurement for students,...

March 17No Comments

An executive summary

An executive summary

Amber Zhao, Student Section reporter

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  • I’m just a bill, sittin’ on Capitol Hill February 24
  • Being Visible: Three different students, three different viewpoints on the most prevalent social issues in our country today February 24
  • Ask the HiLite: In today’s politically charged climate, how can students properly consume the news? February 23
  • The Valentines Day Guide January 27

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Our latest issue

A New Reality. Virtual reality can offer a wide range of new possibilities.

A New Reality. Virtual reality can offer a wide range of new possibilities.

Shiva Vallabhaneni, Managing Editor

Immersed in a game called “The Solus Project,” I was enthralled in the level of narrative and problem-solving in the game. Through this immersive experience, the bene...

March 17No Comments

  • Graphic Perspective: “April Fooled” March 17
  • Shades of Gray and Color. People should look beyond their points of view and hear others out. March 17
  • Where’s the Senior Prank? The tradition of a harmless senior prank should continue. March 17
  • Repeat the Referendum: The school-board proposed tax referendum will lead to positive improvement at CHS; students should support it. March 17

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Ambassadors Prepare for Evening with the Ambassadors and Accents on March 25

Ambassadors Prepare for Evening with the Ambassadors and Accents on March 25

Kalea Miao, Entertainment editor

 Wrapping up another competition season, the Ambassadors will be performing "Evening with the Ambassadors and Accents," on March 25 at 7 p.m. According to choir director John Burlace, "Evening wit...

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  • Club Spotlights 3/17 March 17
  • Voices United sues CHS for not allowing pro-choice poster March 10
  • Creative Writing Con to take place on March 9 and 10 in CHS Library March 9
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes schedules meeting Friday morning on March 3 March 2

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