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

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 t...

Within the Lens: With rise of social media platforms, CHS students explore different modes of artistry

Within the Lens: With rise of social media platforms, CHS students explore different modes of artistry

Hannah Gretz, Kassandra Darnell, and Marissa Ryan

April 20, 2018

It didn’t take long for sophomore Ayman Bolad to become interested in photography. “A friend of mine was working on something with photography and I thought it was so cool; I wanted to do that. That is when I became interested in photography,” Bolad said. “I take pictures to simply take pictures....

Rising Stars to have club meeting Thursday, April 5 in Studio Theater, prepares for banquet on May 3

Rising Stars to have club meeting Thursday, April 5 in Studio Theater, prepares for banquet on May 3

Bryce Cheng

April 3, 2018

 The Rising Stars Club plans to host its monthly meeting on Thursday, April 5 right after school in the Studio Theater.  According to sponsor Jim Peterson, the purpose of this meeting is to prepare for the Rising Stars banquet on May 3 at the banquet hall in the Market District supermarket at 6 p.m. ...

Rising Stars to have club meeting Thursday, April 3 in Studio Theater, prepares for banquet on May 3

Rising Stars to have club meeting Thursday, April 3 in Studio Theater, prepares for banquet on May 3

Bryce Cheng

March 30, 2018

 The Rising Stars Club plans to host its monthly meeting on Thursday, April 3 right after school in the Studio Theater. According to sponsor Jim Peterson, the purpose of this meeting is to prepare for the Rising Stars banquet on May 3.             “We typically give away captain and techni...

Drone Zone: CHS students build drones from scratch for competitive launches

Drone Zone: CHS students build drones from scratch for competitive launches

Uday Lomada

March 23, 2018

On a sunny day, a group of students walk to a park with sets of high-powered drones. Sophomore Abraham Levine, nervously puts his drone down and starts to perform the usual checks before his first competitive drone race. As he sets his drone down on the pad, he puts on goggles connected directly to ...

Asmrtists: Social media editor Jai Sanghani shares his views on ASMR

Asmrtists: Social media editor Jai Sanghani shares his views on ASMR

Jai Sanghani

March 23, 2018

My recommendation page on YouTube is a sight to see. There is a mixture of skincare, beauty, car, technology and talk show videos. Most of the time, I come across a video on my recommended page and I tend to enjoy it. However, during last summer, the recommendation page was extremely wrong. That infamous ...

Forte in Florida: This year, CHS Orchestras travel to Florida for their triennial out-of-state school trip

Forte in Florida: This year, CHS Orchestras travel to Florida for their triennial out-of-state school trip

Amy Zhou, Entertainment Editor

March 23, 2018

Unlike many in her class, Min Hua Li, senior and orchestra member, decided not to join the 130 orchestra students going on the Disney World trip this spring. The orchestra performing arts trips are optional, and Li said she came to the decision not to go due to several factors. “Even though it’...

Sweet Melody: CHS a capella group Select Sound finds voice as new choir in time for concert

Sweet Melody: CHS a capella group Select Sound  finds voice as new choir in time for concert

Hannah Gretz

March 23, 2018

As a school with 10 choirs, Select Sound prepares to take the stage as a single choir for the second year in a row. The concert, “Ear Candy,” will entail a multitude of pieces, sung a capella, by the choir. “Last year was the first year we had ever done an ‘Ear Candy’ concert,” choir d...

Competition season for Ambassadors comes to a close

Competition season for Ambassadors comes to a close

March 7, 2018

According to Kyle Barker, associate director and leader of Ambassadors, the choir does a total of four competitions during its season, three of which are already finished. The show choir has its biggest competition yet in Calif. The group will spend the weekend there, competing and representing Carmel. Asid...

Performing arts department to prepare for Evening with Accents and Ambassadors

Performing arts department to prepare for Evening with Accents and Ambassadors

Adhi Ramkumar

March 6, 2018

The CHS performing arts department is preparing for the upcoming Evening with Accents and Ambassadors on March 24 at 7 p.m. It will be in the Dale E. Graham Auditorium. According to director of choirs Kathrine Kouns, the concert will have performances from the top-most choirs: the Accents and Ambas...

A Jig For Irish Culture

A Jig For Irish Culture

Kassi Darnell

February 23, 2018

Since she was about 5 years old, sophomore Annie Rose wanted to be an Irish dancer; her grandmother was an Irish dancer, so Rose began dancing at the Richens/Timm Academy of Irish Dance in sixth grade. Through Irish dance, Rose said she not only feels more connected to her grandmother, but also to the Irish culture. “(I fe...