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  • Senior Superlatives
  • Got Organic? Despite the rise in food-buying consciousness in the 21st century, some obstacles make that lifestyle difficult
  • Racing Family: A look into a Carmel family’s racing traditions
  • CHS athletes and coaches discuss the effect of outspoken parents on the players
  • Movies, Music, Memories: A look at the last four years of media at CHS

Carmel plans Redistricting

James Yin, Reporter, Graphics

The future of Carmel could see itself as a fairly active city, with businesses, offices, and housing all within a certain area. This is the goal of the proposed Unified Development Ordinance, which plans to rezone and repur...

May 18, 2017No Comments

A Chief Change

A Chief Change

Sabrina Mi, News Reporter

On June 1, assistant chief Jim Barlow will become the next police chief of the Carmel Police Department. Although it will be challenging to fill the shoes of retiring chief Tim Green, Barlow said he is looking forward to th...

May 18, 2017No Comments

News Briefs 5/18

News Briefs 5/18

Julianna Kessilyas, Briefs, Photos

May 18, 2017No Comments

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Loathing Loans: With the school year coming to an end,  students puzzle over how to pay for college

Loathing Loans: With the school year coming to an end, students puzzle over how to pay for college

Alina Yu, Feature Reporter

After a long and strenuous four years, senior Abby Leonard is ready to graduate CHS in the class of 2017. Although excited to attend Yale University this fall, Leonard said she ha...

May 18, 2017No Comments

Socialist Changes: Students, teacher contemplate the growing impact of socialism as the Trump administration is moving away from it

Socialist Changes: Students, teacher contemplate the growing impact of socialism as the Trump administration is moving away from it

Emily Worrell, Entertainment Reporter

Junior Genevieve Zircher said she identifies herself as a liberal. She supports LGBT-friendly politicians and abortion rights for women, similar to 55 percent and 56 percent o...

May 18, 2017No Comments

  • The Model Minority: During Asian American and Pacific Islander Month, CHS reevaluates the role of Asians in politics May 18, 2017
  • Academy Awareness May 18, 2017
  • World In Crisis: In recent years, new methods have emerged to help those who need it the most in times of crisis May 18, 2017
  • Us vs. U.S.: With the coming of 4/20, CHS students, staff reflect on the implications of federal versus state power. April 20, 2017

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The Ultimate Summer Guide

The Ultimate Summer Guide

Jessica Konrad and Raiha Zainab

Advice, events and bucket lists to plan your summer and make it the best one yet   ...

May 18, 2017No Comments

Sibling sets in the Senior Class write letters to each other: Carlee, Conner and Cooper Feeney

Sibling sets in the Senior Class write letters to each other: Carlee, Conner and Cooper Feeney

Carlee Feeney, Conner Feeney, and Cooper Feeney

Dear Cooper and Conner, All the way from being womb-mates up until now, we’ve shared some pretty special memories these past 18 years. I can say one thing for sure:...

May 18, 2017No Comments

  • Sibling Letters May 18, 2017
  • Sibling sets in the Senior Class write letters to each other: Ally and Emily Fleckenstein May 18, 2017
  • Working for the weekend April 20, 2017
  • Ask the HiLite: How can you be safe and smart while you party? April 20, 2017

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Our latest issue

The Book is Better. “13 Reasons Why” misrepresents the novel it was based upon and poorly portrays suicide.

The Book is Better. “13 Reasons Why” misrepresents the novel it was based upon and poorly portrays suicide.

Hannah Glazier, Reporter

In sixth grade, I remember reading Jay Asher’s original 288-page novel and explaining to my friends the basic premise of the story. I remember being asked, “Why would you ...

May 18, 2017No Comments

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Graphic Updates

Graphic Beats 2015-2017
Club Spotlights 5/18

Club Spotlights 5/18

Adhitya Ramkumar, Spotlights, Photos

National Art Honor Society Spring Art Show PRESIDENT: Senior Miriam Wright WHEN AND WHERE: CHS Auditorium Lobby, CHS Commons and Media Center on May 18 and May 19 WHAT...

May 18, 2017No Comments

  • French Club to watch Phantom of the Opera on May 13 April 21, 2017
  • Carmel Clay Public Library Hosts Online Book Club in May April 21, 2017
  • Ambassadors Prepare for ISSMA on April 29 April 21, 2017
  • A.C.T. coach to retire at end of year April 21, 2017

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After the recent science marches that happened in places throughout the world, do you believe that peaceful protests are successful in bringing change?

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