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Jillian Moore January 19, 2022

What is your talk show about? "My talk show, “Teenage Wasteland,” is basically about entertaining people and keeping them updated about what is going on in Carmel. It’s kind of letting people...

As Half Notes workshop approaches, choir members reflect on leadership roles within performing arts community

As Half Notes workshop approaches, choir members reflect on leadership roles within performing arts community

Avery Carlisle January 16, 2022

Erin Gordon, Ambassadors member and senior, said she grew up surrounded by choir because her older brother was involved with it throughout his high school years.  She said, “When I was little, I...

Using his headset and controllers, Harrison Carter, eSports member and junior, illustrates the capabilities of virtual reality (VR). Carter said the affordability of the Oculus Quest helped him learn about VR and he now uses it for games and to connect with friends.

Despite limitations, students engage with immersive virtual reality

Christian Ledbetter January 14, 2022

Virtual reality (VR) has been failing to capture its full potential, according to an article from ABC News. Still, Facebook, which acquired the VR startup Oculus in 2014, announced in October  that it...

Q&A with senior Alex Rushinsky on poetry, inspiration

Q&A with senior Alex Rushinsky on poetry, inspiration

Maddie Misterka January 13, 2022

Is there any specific poet whose work you enjoy? I generally just stumble upon poems I enjoy or I have friends recommend them to me. I obviously would have a hard time labeling what genres I read....

As National Book Lover’s month approaches, take a look at impact of technology on reading

As National Book Lover’s month approaches, take a look at impact of technology on reading

Cady Armstrong January 12, 2022

I used to be a reluctant reader. At the start of 2021, the only time I was reading was when I had to for my English class. I spent the majority of my free time watching TV. However, last January, I set...

At a Chinese New Year celebration, dancers wear traditional clothing during a performance. They also utilize umbrellas with designs throughout the dance. Wang said her family usually attends local celebrations like this one, but COVID-19 has made in-person gatherings difficult.

Students challenge, walk away from traditions in favor of new ones

Christian Ledbetter January 10, 2022

According to Chinese teacher Tungfen Lee, Chinese New Year is a centuries-old celebration held on the first day of the lunar calendar, which for this year lies on Feb. 1. According to Columbia University,...

Junior Inia Narayanan wears an outfit she put together. She said she enjoys researching fashion trends but has her own personal style.

STEM, arts collide as students observe impact of trend forecasting on fashion industry with New York Fashion Week approaching

Jillian Moore January 10, 2022

Trend forecasting represents the intersection of statistics and economics; one of the most noticeable fields in which trend forecasting is increasing is the fashion industry. Feb. 10 to Feb. 14 will mark...

The Matrix” characters Neo and Trinity are shown with weaponry after an action sequence. Played by Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss respectively, the actors worked together closely in many scenes.

Cyberpunk Playlist: Beyond Neon (MUSE)

Christian Ledbetter, Chenyao Liu, and Jillian Moore December 22, 2021

In 1999 The Wachowskis released the Matrix, an anime and Hong Kong action inspired sci-fi film borrowing philosophical terms and names to speak about free will, the digital world and as one of the directors...

Students talk about “camp,” niche, non mainstream aesthetics

Students talk about “camp,” niche, non mainstream aesthetics

Avery Carlisle December 7, 2021

Q&A with Senior Regan Wakeman How would you describe your style? Honestly, I wouldn’t categorize my style as any certain subculture or any niche I’m trying to fit into. I think I’m just...

Senior Riley Dugan talks about the impact of older
music on modern music. Dugan said she has
enjoyed music from the ‘60s since she was a kid.

With upcoming release of “The Beatles: Get Back” on Nov. 25, students share love for older tunes

Sam Hawkins November 12, 2021

Though she was born after the year 2000, senior Riley Dugan, grew up listening to music from the 1960s. “My dad always played ‘60s music (when I was) a kid. Like, he would always have the Beatles...

As supply chain issues arise before Black Friday, students’ resale, online businesses increase in popularity

As supply chain issues arise before Black Friday, students’ resale, online businesses increase in popularity

Saahas Kandru November 12, 2021

In recent months, there have been numerous supply chain issues. The pandemic has disrupted nearly every aspect of the national supply chain including manufacturing, and transportation. As consumers are...

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