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2021 Grammy nominations lacked transparency, snubbed deserving artists

2021 Grammy nominations lacked transparency, snubbed deserving artists
January 16, 2021

It is safe to say that the 2021 Grammy Award nominee list resulted in many disagreements in the music world. Listeners, myself included, were shocked to hear that Abel Tesfaye, known as The Weeknd, received...

Engaging with feminine fashion provides creative outlet, enjoyment for male students

Senior Aidan Hurley smiles and poses outside. Hurley created the WHJE fashion podcast, Fashion Philosophy, as a way to interview and learn from various guests.
January 15, 2021

Recently, celebrities such as Harry Styles have come into the spotlight for wearing traditionally feminine clothing. Although entertainers have been breaking gender norms with their clothing for years,...

After Backbreaking Playoff Defeat, Uncertainty Lies Ahead (Tossing Horseshoes)

The Colts have not won a Super Bowl since moving into Lucas Oil Stadium in 2008.
January 14, 2021

Let's get this straight: The Indianapolis Colts were the better team last Saturday. In their rough-and-tumble nail-biter on the road against the Buffalo Bills, the Colts held the ball for 34 minutes to...

evermore: A Track By Track Review

evermore: A Track By Track Review
January 12, 2021

Taylor Swift has done it again, folks. If folklore came as a surprise, then evermore came as the shock of the century. In just 15 months, Swift has delivered three full studio albums: Lover, folklore and...

New board member Louise Jackson joins CCS during school board appreciation week

Superintendent Michael Beresford sits at his desk. He said he thinks newly elected board member Louise Jackson will be a great addition to the school board.
January 11, 2021

Starting from the first Carmel Clay Schools (CCS) board meeting of 2021 on Jan. 11, newly elected board member Louise Jackson, along with reelected incumbent Katie Browning, will be sworn in. Jan. 11 also...

CMYC continues meeting virtually, adjusts events due to COVID-19 restrictions

January 11, 2021

The Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council (CMYC) is currently adjusting many of their plans for second semester to follow Covid-19 restrictions and guidelines, as well as coming up with new, COVID-19 approved...

National Honor Society to continue virtual presentations in spring semester

January 11, 2021

National Honor Society (NHS) had declined to meet in-person first semester due to COVID-19 precautions; the club will continue this policy indefinitely in the second semester. During the fall semester,...

Club Med to host pathologist for Jan. 11 meeting

January 11, 2021

For Club Med’s next meeting on Jan. 11, club officers plan to host a pathologist as a guest speaker. The meeting will be virtual via Zoom, as will all second semester meetings. “It’s not beneficial...

Virtual students in Chinese II take on challenges, choose safety over risks of COVID-19

January 11, 2021

As school starts up for its second semester, students have the choice to switch between the all virtual or hybrid systems of learning. Some Chinese II class students who have chosen the all virtual path...

CMYC helps with Carmel Fire Department gift drive, continues to host meetings virtually

January 11, 2021

The Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council recently raised money to help the Carmel Fire Department with their annual toy drive. The group raised $1200 for the annual drive, which will benefit the department’s...

Students, teachers discuss the value of taking higher level courses

Junior Claire Qu quickly studies for her AP U.S. History final during passing period. Qu said that finals week was especially stressful given her course schedule.
January 8, 2021

There is a common stereotype for a student’s junior year, and it is simple: it can be chaotic. For junior Varsha Chandramouli, “chaotic” is an understatement regarding her academic standpoint. Chandramouli...

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