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MOVIE REVIEW: Squid Game

MOVIE REVIEW: Squid Game

Saumya Somasi October 16, 2021

SPOILER ALERT AHEAD “Do you still have trust in people?”  Hwang Dong-hyuk’s Squid Game delves into all aspects of human nature, focusing on new bonds of friendship and the tenacity of trust....

2022 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

2022 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

October 11, 2021

Carmel, IN - Carmel Clay Schools congratulates the 56 Carmel High School students named 2022 National Merit Scholarship Corporation Semifinalists. These outstanding seniors have the opportunity to compete...

White(washed) Lies

White(washed) Lies

Leah Tan October 8, 2021

CONTENT WARNING: Non-descriptive language about genocide of Native American people “In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue,” or so they say. This simple line was only part of the ignorant and whitewashed...

All Availability for Abortion Rights

All Availability for Abortion Rights

Avery Carlisle and Lily Farrell October 1, 2021

Abortion rights should be available to all women no matter the circumstances With the recent Supreme Court bans on most abortion rights in Texas and other places around the country, many women have...

Taking Initiative

Taking Initiative

Alivia Romaniuk September 27, 2021

On July 27, Simone Biles shocked the world when she withdrew from the team finals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after a poor vault performance. Biles was visibly distressed during her vault warm up. She appeared...

MOVIE REVIEW: The First Asian Marvel Superhero

MOVIE REVIEW: The First Asian Marvel Superhero

Karolena Zhou September 27, 2021

In the first in history, Marvel Studios has ventured out of their normalcy, by creating a superhero movie with an Asian lead: “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.” Director Destin Daniel Cretton...

20th Anniversary of 9/11 with Ms. Laumeyer

Sarah Zheng September 11, 2021

Where were you when 9/11 happened and what were you doing?  I was at school, administering the ISTEP test.  How did you hear about it happening? What was your initial reaction and thoughts  to...

Advice Colomn

Joshika Sathyamathan August 12, 2021

I didn’t know what to expect from the transition from middle school to high school. I didn’t have any older siblings to give me advice, and both my parents didn’t go to school in the U.S. Our middles...

Q&A with Senior Ava Hedrick in National Golf Month Regarding Her Experience with the Sport

Jillian Moore August 1, 2021

What made you want to start playing?   “Well my dad played (golf) growing up but he never got into the serious stuff, like the tournaments for the high school team, so he just wanted his kids...

Q&A with Hollis Glover a Car Hobbyist

Riley Laferriere July 15, 2021

As Collector Car Appreciation day approaches on July 11, rising Junior, Hollis Glover, dives into his own relationship with car shows and his car. What is your experience with cars? So, I like...

Misinformation: the Deadliest Virus

Archit Kalra June 20, 2021

Regardless of political affiliation or personal beliefs, it’s universally agreed that one of the hallmarks of the past few years has been rampant discord and disunity. The cause? Misinformation. Misinformation...

Q&A with E-Sports Club Members Spencer Daymunde, Dylan Boyer, and Kate Reister

Q&A with E-Sports Club Members Spencer Daymunde, Dylan Boyer, and Kate Reister

Riley Laferriere May 17, 2021

Dylan Boyer Why are more people being drawn to esports, if for other reasons than your own? A lot of it is just growth. Being able to get better at a game you’re already good at, being able...

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