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Men’s Varsity Basketball takes on North Central

sports December 12, 2008

By Ryan Duffy <[email protected]> The men’s varsity basketball team takes on MIC rival North Central tonight. The junior varsity team plays before the varsity game, which will start at 7 p.m...

Final Exams Schedule

Author Archives December 10, 2008

Wednesday, December 17th(students attend all day) – STUDENTS ARE TO REMAIN IN CLASS THE ENTIRE TESTING PERIOD. Testing periods 5 – 7 – 8  Period 5 7:50 – 9:20  90 minute EXAM Period 7 9:30...

“Twilight” movie a disappointment to even the most devout fans

entertainment November 24, 2008

By Min Qiao <[email protected]> The phenomenon that is Twilight is amazing. As a devout follower of Stephenie Meyer's series, I can vouch for the incredibly magical, yet believable plot that Meyer...

“Twilight” movie satisfies gushing fans with brooding, brooding and more brooding

entertainment November 24, 2008

By Meher Ahmad <[email protected]> The much anticipated "Twilight" movie was released on Nov. 21, and among crowds of worshipping fans, I was one among many who left with a sense of disappointment,...

State tickets on sale in Activities Office

Author Archives November 23, 2008

By Cathy Chen <[email protected]> After its 38-3 win over Penn on Nov. 21 at Semi-State, the football team will play against Center Grove at 7 p.m. on Nov. 29 at the Lucas Oil Stadium for the...

Men’s basketball looking forward to new season

sports November 20, 2008

By Ryan Duffy <[email protected]> The men’s varsity basketball team kicks off the season next Wednesday. Their first game is at home against the defending state champion Brownsburg Bulldogs....

A look back at the sequels to my favorite film

Author Archives October 30, 2008

It should be well-known by now that my favorite film of all time is "The Matrix." It is the perfect blend of "popcorn entertainment," thought-provoking philosophies, and human drama (the three main attractions...

Ready for the dawn?

Author Archives October 30, 2008

This year, movies are taking a refreshing change of direction. Although it was a great year for film, 2007 was awfully grim in overall tone. With stark thrillers like "Zodiac" and "No Country for Old Men"...

‘Body of Lies’ breaks spy thriller mold

Author Archives October 20, 2008

By Sam Watermeier <[email protected]> Get ready for a new type of super spy: He's fat, old, bearded, and tired. Look out James Bond. I'm referring to the two main characters in "Body...

National Scholastic Press Assocation features school publications

Author Archives October 14, 2008

Both the Carmel High School HiLite newspaper and Pinnacle yearbook were featured in the latest issue of the National Scholastic Press Association’s annual publication, Best of the High School Press....

Counselors to shorten college representative meetings

Author Archives October 10, 2008

By Cathy Chen <[email protected]> The counseling center cut short the NYU college representative’s visit to CHS on Oct. 10 after complaints that students were using college visits to avoid class. According...

Freshman magazine sales convocation rescheduled to Oct. 15

Author Archives October 8, 2008

By Erin Lowe <[email protected]> On Oct. 15 the freshmen will attend a convocation giving them information about the magazine sales. It was originally scheduled for Oct. 9 on the school calendar...

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