Senior Jaehee Kim starts embroidery business to pass time during quarantine

Da-Hyun Hong | April 29, 2020

Tell me a little bit about your embroidery business. I started it I think a month ago—a little into quarantine. The reason why I started it was because I always was interested in embroidering and I always liked doing it, but throughout the school year, I didn’t really have a lot of time that I felt like I could dedicate to create a little business out of it. But thankfully, one good thing that...

Movie Playlist: Avengers Assemble [MUSE]

Shruthi Ravichandran | April 28, 2020

For the past seven years, I have been fully obsessed with all things Marvel. Since the release of Ant-Man, I have seen every single Marvel movie the day it was released, in theaters. So, with today being National Superhero day (and my opinion that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is way better than the DC Extended Universe), here is my personal ranking of all 23 MCU films released as of Apr. 2020. (THIS...

With in-person classes canceled, sophomores Abigail Ko, Natsume Wu continue to train as violin soloists at Indiana University (IU) pre-college String Academy program

Christian Ledbetter | April 23, 2020

Abigail Ko When did you first play violin? “I think I was 5 or 6 and my friend's mom was a violin teacher and I was at that friend's house. I saw a girl come in and she was playing having her lesson and I wanted to play. That's how I started." What are the classes that you take at IU like?  “It happens every Saturday on the weekends because a lot of the kids come from outside of Bloomington,...

Book Playlist: Free resources for quarantine & Coronathon Part Two [MUSE]

Grace Xu | April 13, 2020

I have finally started to read books for fun again during this (much too long) corona-cation, so what better time to recommend some novels? Additionally, a lot of companies and organizations have been providing free reading resources for quarantined students, so reading digitally has been about the easiest it's ever been. Perhaps you can treat this as your next “Coronathon Challenge” (check out...

Members of art-focused clubs debate whether unequal distribution of 2020 City of Carmel Arts Grants is justifiable

Valliei Chandrakumar | April 9, 2020

Earlier this month, the City of Carmel, in accordance with the 2020 Arts Grant Program, donated $3,500 to the Carmel High School Orchestra Parents Club. The CHS Art Club and National Art Honor Society (NAHS) received no financial support from the organization although a majority of the clubs' funds come from the pockets of the members. Alexandra “Ali” Strznyski, NAHS member, Art Club member...