The (Band) Purge: Band program should consider adding  another band to accomodate for unfair placement

Amy Zhou, Entertainment Editor | May 18, 2018

Having been in the Carmel High School band program for all four years, I’ve seen a lot of changes take place. Before high school, you can choose to audition to be placed into a higher group right out of the gate. However, one trend I’ve noticed is that the band program is becoming significantly larger. For those who may not know, the band program is separated into four wind ensembles and two...

Da-Hyun Hong, Entertainment Reporter | May 18, 2018

Ambassadors continues to prepare for choral competitions

April 26, 2018

For the next two weeks, the Ambassadors will be very busy as they finalize their set for a state wide competition known as ISSMA on April 28, according to Kyle Barker, associate director and leader of Ambassadors. According to Barker, as fourth quarter continues, the Ambassadors are staying occupied getting ready for a new set of competitions. Unlike the previous competitions, these are all choral...

Under the Scene: Directors changing aspects of spring  musical, create a modern take on the show

Karen Zhang | April 20, 2018

This year’s spring musical will have CHS students going under the sea. On Aug. 7, 2017, the CHS Musical Twitter account announced this year’s musical was Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.” According to Sam Chenoweth, director of the spring play and associate director of choirs, “The Little Mermaid” was chosen to be the spring musical because it was a more light-hearted show, unlike previous...

Foresight on Fortnite: After release of Fortnite’s trial mode, there are potential drawbacks of actual mobile version

Raphael Li, Reporter | April 20, 2018

For those who don’t know, “Fortnite Battle Royale” is a game styled like The Hunger Games—a free-for-all survival game where only one team or individual can live till the end. Players can eliminate other players by acquiring weapons and materials from either materials spawned in at the beginning at the game or items dropped from dead enemies. Like The Hunger Games, “Fortnite” is a battlefield....

Game On: Game development becomes an  increasingly popular hobby, endeavor for students

Armaan Goel | April 20, 2018

Video games are a common pastime for many CHS students. Games such as “Overwatch” and “Fortnite Battle Royale” are becoming increasingly popular among the student body. But for some students like senior Matthew Konkoly, he’s more interested to see how games work and he’s started designing them from scratch. Konkoly developed the game “Impulse: Space Combat,” a first-person spaceship...