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Valentines Day highlights the downfall of rom-com genre, potential for re-brand [opinion]

Valentine’s Day highlights the downfall of rom-com genre, potential for re-brand [opinion]

Nora Mariano February 14, 2024

We can all think back to that specific era in pop culture that was the 2000s rom-com obsession. My personal favorite is “The Proposal” with Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock but there are many notable...

Q&A with students over Lunar New Year traditions, photo gallery of celebration at CCPL

Q&A with students over Lunar New Year traditions, photo gallery of celebration at CCPL

Isaac Hsu February 13, 2024

Mizuki Yoshimura, Senior and Secretary of National Chinese Honors Society What will NCHS be hosting at the library on 2/14, and what station are you looking forward to? NCHS will be hosting a Lunar...

Strike a Chord

Strike a Chord

Roman Gralak and Nora Mariano February 12, 2024

The Dreamscapes mural faces the Teens Department at the Carmel Clay Public Library. The mural was designed by CHS graduate Conner Heagy and is the new theme for the Teen Library Council event formerly known as the Yule Ball.

Q&A with Caroline Niepokoj, Teen Services Librarian, Teen Library Council Coordinator on renaming of Dreamscapes event

Grace Guo February 7, 2024

Caroline Niepokoj, Teen Services Librarian and Teen Library Council Coordinator What is Dreamscapes, and who is it for? So, Dreamscapes is an event (on Feb. 10 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the...

Social media’s sudden hype around Gypsy Rose Blanchard is getting too creepy [opinion]

Social media’s sudden hype around Gypsy Rose Blanchard is getting too creepy [opinion]

Avery Carlisle February 7, 2024

Since her release from prison on Dec. 28, 2023, the media has been blowing up with the press revolving around Gypsy Rose Blanchard. Blanchard was a victim of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, in which her...

Seniors Teddy Rayhill (left) and Juliet Malherbe (right) play Theodore Laurie Laurence and Jo March in Little Women on Jan. 31. The show was performed in the Studio Theatre and included four showings from Feb. 1 to Feb. 3.

Q&A with “Little Women” performers on the play storyline and their characters

Laxumi Chandrakumar February 4, 2024

Senior Juliet Malerhbe Plays: Jo March Why do you think it was important to show "Little Women"? It’s really just a story about family, a story about womanhood and girlhood and just growing...

Students, teacher discuss Noah Kahans abrupt rise to fame and Grammy nomination

Students, teacher discuss Noah Kahan’s abrupt rise to fame and Grammy nomination

Elsie McAndrews February 1, 2024

Noah Kahan is a 26-year-old folk-pop artist, raised in rural Vermont and New Hampshire. After releasing his third album “Stick Season” in October, his monthly listener skyrocketed from 8 to 16 million,...

As the anniversary of Pride and Prejudice occurs, students, librarians compare the portrayal of sisterly relationships in media to their real life counterparts

As the anniversary of Pride and Prejudice occurs, students, librarians compare the portrayal of sisterly relationships in media to their real life counterparts

Katie Maurer January 28, 2024

As senior Lindsey Dykes approaches graduation, she says she feels like she is relying on her older sister more than ever to help manage her stress and as a confidant for all her feelings. One thing they...

The Mean Girl trope embodies the evolution of female anger [opinion]

The Mean Girl trope embodies the evolution of female anger [opinion]

Ivy Zhen January 16, 2024

The Mean Girl–a complex character, meant to be loved, hated and feared–has been a recurring role in media, most notably in the 2004 film “Mean Girls,” co-written by Tina Fey. Fey recently told...

Crocodile tears: The rise of the influencer apology [opinion]

Crocodile tears: The rise of the influencer apology [opinion]

Mahitha Konjeti January 9, 2024

As social media influencers rise in popularity, their scandals are often exposed to the public, which prompts them to deliver tear-filled and shallow responses to serious allegations like grooming or racism....

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