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World language department offers AP Spanish Literature to students for next year (Unabridged Edition)

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February 8, 2008
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By: Cathy Chen <[email protected]> Sophomore Emerson Woerner sits in SRT with his Spanish textbook open in front of him, concentrating on memorizing vocabulary words for his Spanish III class. Woerner said that after he heard from Spanish teacher Crystal Brim that the world language departme... Read more »

The downfall of dynasties

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February 7, 2008
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By: Stephanie Walstrom <[email protected]> Consider the dominance of the Chicago Bulls between 1991 and 1998, with six championships, or that of the New York Yankees between 1996 and 1999 with three straight World Series wins. Take the 10-year-old Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference (MI... Read more »

Reaching for 22

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February 7, 2008
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By: Daniyal Habib <[email protected]> The women’s swim team will look to make it to the State finals once again tonight, as they will compete in the State preliminaries at the IUPUI Natatorium tonight at 6 p.m. Should Carmel advance to the State championship, they will be back downtown tomorrow at... Read more »

Month part of ‘ongoing process’ to celebrate black achievement

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February 7, 2008
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By: Maria Lamagna <[email protected]> With its variety of holidays, February can be a month for reflection. From love and romance to commemoration of great presidents to the Earth’s orbit to groundhogs and their aptitude for predicting the weather, February makes people think. But for som... Read more »

Tired of the Traditional?

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February 7, 2008
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By Jade Luo ([email protected]) Indianapolis Zoo — Tropical Adventure Jan. 18 to Feb. 18 1200 W. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46222 Take a break from the cold, colorless winter and indulge yourself in the tropics. The Hilbert Conservatory will become a tropical paradise with famous and rare ... Read more »

Losing one of our own

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February 7, 2008
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By: Rebecca Xu <[email protected]> They sped down the road. Her mother instructed her to press a towel against the dog’s wounds to stop the bleeding and keep still. Gidget, a blonde, medium-sized, poodle and Pekingese mix, was still tilting her head and looking around with glassy eyes. Little did... Read more »

No Horsing Around

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February 7, 2008
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By: Mallory St. Claire <[email protected]> Most teenagers ask for cars for their 16th birthdays. Most teenagers do not get a magnificent black Friesian stallion instead; but such was the case for sophomores Alison and Kristina Mulry. The twins, who have been participating in sports with animals for 10 years, have a horse named George, who wa... Read more »

Eatery spreads wings with two locations

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February 7, 2008
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By Bennett Fuson ([email protected]) Until recently, Red Robin has been a culinary conundrum for me. I’m a sucker for a good burger, and this past summer I frequently saw a particular commercial in which an overweight, balding man dives through a window to get his Red Robin burger (a feat I l... Read more »

Students find media center policy stringent

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February 6, 2008
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By: Meher Ahmed <[email protected]> As students file into the media center, media department chairperson Bonnie Grimble awaits their confusion. As expected, the uncertainty was running high on the first day of the new policy. To attain a media center SRT pass, a student first needs a teacher print out a pass from that teacher’s computer. The te... Read more »

We’re all slaves 4 U

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January 25, 2008
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 By: Grace Baranowski <[email protected]> Please, no more about Britney. The whole thing is like a suffocatingly whiney friend who has called too many times, moaning about life’s problems. But the informational snippets don’t come in the form of texts or endless phone calls—they... Read more »

Subliminal sexism still present

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January 25, 2008
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By: Rosemary Boeglin <[email protected]> For anyone who knows her, there are no doubts my mother is a strong woman. My parents divorced when I was five, but my mom never let the lack of an adult male undermine the authority she holds. For this reason, it always astounds me how weak she seems... Read more »

Students must take precautions with valuables

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January 25, 2008
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By: HiLite Staff Carmel is one of the safer areas in the county, if not in the state or possibly country. There’s a handy police force patrolling the streets and neighborhoods around the clock, officers in school in case of emergencies and what seems to be a peaceful and safe place to live any time o... Read more »

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