Q&A with Madison DelValle on interest in glam, hair metal

Q&A with Madison DelValle on interest in glam, hair metal

Emily Sandy September 25, 2020

What type of music are you interested in? I love eighties hair metal, glam metal, and heavy metal. And they're all sort of different, but they're all in the same kind of category.  Would you be able...

Junior Faith Austin poses with her Best Delegate award after a Model United Nations (U.N.) event. For other high schoolers also interested in law,  she recommended joining organizations geared toward history and communication like Model U.N. “You need to learn how to communicate efficiently with other people while understanding what’s happened in the past and having knowledge of what you’re defending,” she said.

Q&A with Faith Austin on her internship at local law firm, interest in law

Wendy Zhu September 24, 2020

Why are you passionate about politics and law? My sophomore year was when I joined Model United Nations and debate, and I remember joining and being like, ‘Why didn’t I do this before? This is so...

Student Athletes, staff reflect on the affect the decreased revenue has on CHS sport seasons

Cady Armstrong September 22, 2020

This year, because of COVID-19 restrictions, tickets to sporting events have been in short supply. Schools, including CHS, have limited the supply of tickets to regulate social distancing and to keep spectators...

Sophomore Maleeha Mahbub interacts with Rohingya student refugees at a refugee camp in Bangladesh. She spent a few days there during the summer of 2020 and helped Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar to escape targeted violence and human rights violations.

Q&A with Sophomore Maleeha Mahbub on volunteering at Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh

Daniel Tian September 14, 2020

Where did you go last summer? Last summer I went to Ukhia in Bangladesh at the Kutupalong Rohingya refugee camps.  What are the Rohingya refugee camps? What happened to the people there? Since the...

Student body president (SBP) Julia Heath, speaker of the  House (SOH) Drew Miller reflect on altered election process, plans for year

Student body president (SBP) Julia Heath, speaker of the House (SOH) Drew Miller reflect on altered election process, plans for year

Sowmya Chundi August 13, 2020

Julia Heath How did you feel about campaigning primarily through social media? I think that it was the best approach that we could have taken this year given the circumstances. It was easier in the...

Rising junior Claire Qu assembles necklaces by hand. She started selling them about a month ago and has raised more than $120 so far.

Rising Junior Claire Qu sells handmade necklaces to contribute to World Health Organization Covid-19 Response Fund

Thea Bertolini May 27, 2020

What are you making? I’m making seed bead necklaces! They are clasp necklaces with different glass seed beads strung onto them. The necklaces are simple but cute and they are great to wear during the...

Senior Sarah Hao remains in Japan for foreign exchange program despite pandemic

Senior Sarah Hao remains in Japan for foreign exchange program despite pandemic

Angela Qian May 21, 2020

How did you get involved with the Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE) program? I asked (my parents) if I could study abroad, and my dad was like, “Actually, I think this would be a really good opportunity.”...

Junior Marissa Cheslock threads her sewing machine. When determining when do repurpose clothes or start from scratch, she said, If its something big, itd be very hard to find something to repurpose for that because theres so much fabric involved.

Junior Marissa Cheslock repurposes old clothes, posts her creations on her sewing Instagram

Grace Xu April 2, 2020

How did you become interested in sewing? My grandma taught me how to sew, and I did sewing lessons with her for a while. I kind of did it because I thought I had to. Then I started taking sewing lessons...

Chad Andrews, DJ and English teacher, mixes music for the Yule Ball at the Carmel Clay Public Library. The event, inspired by the dance of the same name in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, was filled with food, music and dancing.

English teacher Chad Andrews is a professional disc jockey (DJ)

Cady Armstrong March 20, 2020

How did you first get into Djing? I first got into DJing when I was 14 years old. I just really enjoyed music. I wanted to do something, but I really didn't find my niche. I was in (a) band but it wasn’t...

Junior Isabel Jensen and her grandfather watch a music video together for a TikTok. Jensen said she thinks her videos went viral because they involve interacting with other people, which is a heartwarming experience.

Junior Isabel Jensen’s TikTok was featured in TikTok ad

Emily Sandy February 21, 2020

What are your goals with TikTok? The goal is to make other people happy, but the main priority is just because I like to do it. So I just make the videos that I like to make. It makes me happy. And if...

Venckus holds Virginia, an albino Burmese python. She said during shows, the audience is allowed to pet all of the animals including a legless lizard and hissing cockroaches.

Sophomore Lisa Venckus conducts animal shows, called Hedgehog Hannah, with her family

Emily Sandy January 23, 2020

What is Hedgehog Hannah? Hedgehog Hannah is my family’s business and we basically bring animals—we have some exotic (and) some just normal—to birthday parties, festivals, schools and whoever wants...

Junior Shannon Xie paints on a sheet of plastic hung from the ceiling. She said she likes doing both digital and traditional painting, with her traditional art pieces being mainly oil and acrylic paintings.

Junior Shannon Xie does art commissions through her Instagram, @hunnypuffs

Angela Qian December 12, 2019

How would you describe your style? I don’t really do realism anymore, now that I have more free reign so what I like to draw, so I go for more of an illustrative style that’s kind of semi-realistic....

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