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AP Biology students created self-sustaining ecosystems for their ecology unit project. Senior Chloe Winn said, “I like this project because we had to take things around us outside that we might not notice and shrink it all down to put in a jar.”
AP Biology students, teacher, discuss self-sustaining ecosystem project
Kate Loper May 19, 2022

Over the past three weeks, AP Biology students have been working on a biodiversity project. For this project, students...

May News Briefs
May News Briefs
May 17, 2022
As public figures become more prominent in student’s  lives, we should review their impact on environmentalism
As public figures become more prominent in student’s lives, we should review their impact on environmentalism
Arya Pinnamaneni May 20, 2022

The 21st century many  social issues and reforms have surfaced. Public figures, from billionaires to actors, have spoken about these issues and taken a stance on them. However, with the incorporation...

Party of the Year
May 3, 2022
Students, teacher consider environmental implications of thrifting
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Graphic: carbon criminals

Recent PERSPECTIVES Stories

Dietary criteria in school lunches should be updated to students’ needs

Dietary criteria in school lunches should be updated to students’ needs

May 20, 2022

For as long as I can remember my parents have been telling me to eat my whole plate and to not be wasteful...

Graphic Perspective: putting on a face

Graphic Perspective: putting on a face

May 18, 2022

Performative activism unconstructive, prevents progress in climate movement

Performative activism unconstructive, prevents progress in climate movement

May 18, 2022

Uniqlo, H&M, and Lululemon are just a few names of brands who are taking part in sustainability initiatives,...

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Elsa Barron,
community
organizer
with Hoosier
Interfaith Power
and Light (HIPL)
and Christian,
speaks at a
climate rally
in the Indiana
Statehouse.
Barron said,
“The good
work that is
happening
through things
like creation
care is still good
work, and it is
important to
continue it.”
Students, activist are inspired by religion to improve environment, engage in activism
Sumedha Kota and Claire He May 19, 2022

Senior Luca Kim, who identifies as a Christian, said she believes there exists an important intersection between Christ and the environment. According to Kim, faith has helped her connect with the Earth.  “Church...

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Members of the women’s lacrosse team celebrate their 2021 state victory. According to Hanna, while many girls in this group graduated last year, the team aims to defend its state title.
Photo from @CarmelGirlsLAX on Twitter
Women's Lacrosse team defeated Culver in first round of Sectional, moves on to championship game
Alivia Romaniuk May 20, 2022

The women’s lacrosse team will compete against Penn High School in the Sectional Championship game on May 20, with the hopes of moving on to Semi-State...

CCRC to host Skilled Majors and Careers fair; college list-building workshops

CCRC to host Skilled Majors and Careers fair; college list-building workshops

April 18, 2022

On April 26. the CCRC is hosting a Skilled Majors and Careers fair for students who want to...

WHJE to host annual Radiothon fundraiser in May

WHJE to host annual Radiothon fundraiser in May

April 18, 2022

As the school year is coming to an end, WHJE is working on their last initiative: Radiothon. Radiothon...

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Keeping Up with Carmel: Disappearing Classes
Dariush Khurram and Yichen Liu April 10, 2022

When determining whether or not a class will be available for students to take in the following year, Joseph Schaller, who is the administrator of assessments and recognition, said that the primary factors...

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Tiny House, Big Help
Tiny House, Big Help
Kent Fujita May 20, 2022

Clean It Up
Clean It Up
April 21, 2022
Journey to the Past
Journey to the Past
March 25, 2022
Lights, Camera, Action!
Lights, Camera, Action!
December 13, 2021
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