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Chair-itable: Senior Danielle Rothchild started her own organization “Danielle Cares for Chairs”.

Chair-itable: Senior Danielle Rothchild started her own organization “Danielle Cares for Chairs”.

Jordyn Blakey, 15 Minutes of Fame editor

November 17, 2017


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Why did you start this organization? I am actually in an organization called FCCLA which is in the school. It’s for Family Consumer Sciences; it stands for Family Career Community Leaders of America. They actually have a competitive event. Last year, I competed in an event called “Recycle and Redesi...

On the Ropes: Freshman Jenna Hohne boxes noncompetitively.

On the Ropes: Freshman Jenna Hohne boxes noncompetitively.

Jordyn Blakey, 15 Minutes of Fame editor

October 26, 2017


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When did you start boxing? I started boxing at the beginning of May; it was a birthday present from my mom. Could you describe what a typical training session is like? It’s about an hour and 15 minutes (and begins with) a warm-up, like push-ups, jogging in place and all that stuff, so that your...

Fresh Flute: Freshman Connie Zhang participates in Wind Symphony I.

Fresh Flute: Freshman Connie Zhang participates in Wind Symphony I.

Jordyn Blakey, 15 Minutes of Fame editor

September 21, 2017


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How did you get into Wind I? I auditioned for it last year before school ended, and I played the audition music and, I played my ISSMA pieces from last year. I play two instruments: flute and piccolo. I think the ISSMA pieces showed off my technical skills. Could you describe what it’s like to be i...

Leading the Way: Q&A with Ben Goldberg and Sam Johnson, the new student body president and speaker of the House.

Leading the Way: Q&A with Ben Goldberg and Sam Johnson, the new student body president and speaker of the House.

Jordyn Blakey, 15 Minutes of Fame editor

September 6, 2017


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Q&A with student body president Ben Goldberg Why did you decide to run for Student Body President? Ever since I came to the Senate as a freshman, I knew that I always wanted to run for student body president, I put my head to the grind and put all the work in and I felt like it was the right ...

Music To My Ears: Q&A with freshman Chendi Liu, who competes in piano

Music To My Ears: Q&A with freshman Chendi Liu, who competes in piano

Cory Steele, 15 Minutes Editor

May 17, 2017


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How long have you been playing the piano? I've been playing piano for 9 years. Why did you start playing? I started playing piano at 5 and I thought it was a cool instrument. I had friends who played and all the songs sounded beautiful. It was the innocent type of fascination with such a huge instrum...

A Different Kind of Artist: Q&A with junior Charlotte Seidensticker, stage and special effects makeup artist

A Different Kind of Artist: Q&A with junior  Charlotte Seidensticker,  stage and special effects  makeup artist

Hannah Glazier, Entertainment Reporter

February 23, 2017


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How did you get into makeup? It kind of started that I was just watching makeup youtube videos and thought, “Oh this is cool. I'm going to see if my mom can get me makeup at the drugstore and I try that.” Freshman year I joined makeup crew for the fall play and it ended up being fun and I enj...

Social Media Sensation: Q&A with senior Elizabeth Shelton, who runs her own popular YouTube channel

Social Media Sensation: Q&A with senior Elizabeth Shelton,  who runs her own popular YouTube channel

Cory Steele, 15 Minutes Editor

December 12, 2016


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“For me, it’s more about the message than putting on makeup or showing people my room... it’s about making people happy and sharing my story as well.”

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Another String To Her Bow: Freshman Abirami “Abi” Meyyappan plays the carnatic violin

Another String To Her Bow:  Freshman Abirami “Abi” Meyyappan plays the carnatic violin

Cory Steele, Editor

November 17, 2016


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Talk a little bit about the instrument you play. I play the Indian carnatic violin. In Indian carnatic music there’s a set of notes, and there are a lot of different sets of the same notes, just in different pitches… It often accompanies a singer. For people who sing carnatic music, a lot of vi...

Finding how it works (Q&A): Parker Lawrence is a CHS student who is working on his own game engine, programming language, and computer.

Finding how it works (Q&A): Parker Lawrence is a CHS student who is working on his own game engine, programming language, and computer.

Michelle Yin, Reporter

October 20, 2016


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What inspired you to pursue these projects in making your own game engine, and computer? PL: I’m really fascinated with how things work, so if I get an explanation of how something works, I don’t feel like it’s enough. So I like doing things myself, I like building things myself, with the eng...

Marching to her Own Beat (Q&A): Caroline Heyl is the only sophomore drum major in marching band this year

Marching to her Own Beat (Q&A): Caroline Heyl is the only sophomore drum major in marching band this year

Hannah Glazier, Reporter

October 13, 2016


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What is your role in Marching Band and why is it important? Drum majors during competitions their most major role is conducting and stuff like that. During practice, it's a lot more micromanaging such as leading small exercises, rehearsal, warm ups and helping people be the best marchers and player...

Jazzing It Up: Emma Hedrick, Luke Belcher, Will Rice

Jazzing It Up: Emma Hedrick, Luke Belcher, Will Rice

Adhi Ramkumar

September 16, 2016


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  Can you describe your personal history with music? Are there any jazz performers who inspired you? Hedrick (EH): I joined the Indianapolis Children’s Choir, and we did some jazz music. We learned “It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)” by Duke Ellington, and I really liked ...

Leaders of the Pack

Beats

August 17, 2016


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Georgia Simmons, Speaker of the House Why did you decide to do House? I decided to become a member of house after realizing Carmel High School is so big, and I wanted to find a way to get involved. Why did you decide to do Cabinet? The reason I ended up deciding to interview for cabinet was ul...