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Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council to host Howl-o-Ween dog event

Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council to host Howl-o-Ween dog event

Angela Li

October 21, 2019

Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council (CMYC) will host the second annual Howl-o-ween event at West Park on Oct. 26, according to Nina Metaxas, CMYC vice president and senior. “It’s a dog halloween event. There’s an orange carpet and a dog pageant show, so they’ll wear costumes and they walk down the...

Construction by Door 21 to finish by early November

Construction by Door 21 to finish by early November

Da-Hyun Hong

October 20, 2019

Construction at Door 21 should conclude by Nov. 1, according to Principal Tom Harmas. The new secured entrance will not only feature a buzzer system but will also have an office window. Harmas said, “In the vestibule of Door 21, we’ll have an office window so people can drop off stuff without co...

Planetarium Club to host show on Oct. 24

Zainab Idrees

October 19, 2019

Planetarium Club will host a public show in the planetarium on Oct. 24. The show is called “Birth of Planet Earth”, which will focus on the formation of planets around the sun. Keith Turner, club sponsor and astronomy teacher, said, “It’s a new show. When the Performing Arts want to put on a new sho...

Math Club members compete in two new competitions

Math Club members compete in two new competitions

Leslie Huang

October 15, 2019

Math club members will be practicing for two new competitions that will replace the Mandelbrot competition, which ended last year. Joseph Broman, sponsor and math teacher, said, “We are working on two new competitions. One of them is called Math Madness through Arete labs; it’s an online math c...

Community Computer Repair Club Starts Work

Community Computer Repair Club Starts Work

Anna Klauz

October 6, 2019

Community Computer Repair Club has 25 active members this 2019-2020 school year. Andrew Lykenn, club president and senior talks about the club’s first meeting and their goals for upcoming club meetings. “The club is doing really good, today we are just teaching officers how to do things so we can ac...

K-8 mentoring club to begin going to elementary and middle schools on Oct. 18

Isabel VanZetta

October 6, 2019

K-8 mentoring club will begin traveling to middle and elementary schools in the Carmel school district on Oct.18. On this day, they will meet the new kids in the program. Club members will meet with students during period G3. Members will do various things with the kids throughout the year and will ha...

Democrats Club to focus on local campaigns in coming months

Democrats Club to focus on local campaigns in coming months

Michelle Lu

October 3, 2019

The Democrats club is preparing to work on local campaigns prior to city council elections until Nov. 5. According to Zoe Koniaris, club president and senior, city council campaigns allow smaller clubs a chance to make an impact. “We’re working with a few different local campaigns for city council, such ...

Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council to plan Howl-o-ween dog event

Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council to plan Howl-o-ween dog event

Angela Li

September 25, 2019

Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council (CMYC) will host the second annual Howl-o-ween event at West Park on Oct. 26, according to Nina Mexatas, CMYC vice president and senior. “It’s a dog halloween event. There’s an orange carpet and a dog pageant show, so they’ll wear costumes and they walk down t...

Senate to change Homecoming week, focus on more school-wide inclusion

Senate to change Homecoming week, focus on more school-wide inclusion

Uday Lomada

September 25, 2019

With Homecoming week happening right now, Senate is working on preparations for Friday, focusing on more making the events more inclusive and exciting throughout the week. “There have been a lot of changes that we have been working on for a while now that we finally are implementing,” Nina Metaxa...

New homecoming activities designed to fuel student interest, participation

New homecoming activities designed to fuel student interest, participation

Da-Hyun Hong

September 24, 2019

This year, student government has many new plans for homecoming week, according to Principal Tom Harmas. Changes such as having the senior football players dance at the pep rally, Kiss Queen changing to Hair Queen, and music playing during the walk to the stadium at the end of school on Friday were all...

Bringing the Blood: CHS to host annual fall blood drive Oct. 9

Tara Kandallu

September 23, 2019

CHS’s Senate plans to host its annual blood drive on Wednesday, Oct. 9 in partnership with the Versiti Blood Center of Indiana. During a school year, Senate usually hosts two blood drives: the fall blood drive and the spring blood drive. This tradition is something the club has done for at least 20 y...