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Archit Kalra | March 2, 2021

For sophomore Jordan Seigel, the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting hybrid schedule brought some changes to his AP Seminar class. “For virtual days we're just told to read some articles and then write some stuff about them most of the time,” Seigel said via email. Seigel said he believed having half the in-person time normally allotted for the class limited the amount of interactiveness of the...

Kruti Subbannavar | March 2, 2021

According to theater department headtheater Jim Peterson, the theater classes will start preparing for their upcoming stand-up comedy and devised theater unit. Peterson said the stand-up comedy performance will take place on Apr. 13 and the devised theater performance will take place on Apr. 15 live in the Studio Theater. Peterson said students would be able to choose their interested area of study...

Sam Hawkins | March 2, 2021

According to Logan Tullai, Key Club vice-president and senior, Key Club will be helping plant trees in the Carmel area on Apr. 17. The event was organized by Summer Tullai, Serve Carmel President and sophomore, and will be a collaboration between Serve Carmel and the national non-profit organization Tree-Plenish. Its goal is to offset this school’s paper usage by planting 1500 trees near businesses...

Maddie Misterka | March 2, 2021

The Pinnacle Yearbook staff is wrapping up work on the main portion of the yearbook in the upcoming weeks and is looking forward to working on supplement pages. According to staff adviser Claire Burke, editors are finishing final edits and work on index pages. After their work is done, pages will be sent to the printer for the books to come together. “I think this year it will be extremely rewarding,...

Zainab Idrees | March 1, 2021

According to Zoey Foley, junior and AVID student, students are learning many college preparatory skills. Foley said,” I think AVID is very helpful in the process of helping us become aware that there are a lot of resources to look into when applying for college.” According to Foley, students are currently planning beyond their high school education. “I’m not really sure exactly what I want...

Valliei Chandrakumar | March 1, 2021

In their choir classes and rehearsals, Accents members are in the process of familiarizing themselves with the choreography of all songs that will be performed for their 1940s-themed, COVID-safe performances in May and April. In the next few weeks, they will begin to combine both singing and choreography when practicing and rehearsing. The Accents members will be performing these themed shows for nursing...