Book Review: One Hundred Years of Solitude [MUSE]

Book Review: One Hundred Years of Solitude [MUSE]

Grace Xu December 15, 2020

One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez follows the story of the Buendía family on the magical island of Macondo through, as you might expect, 100 years. I must admit, I went into...

The women’s swim team celebrated their 34th consecutive IHSAA state championship on February 15, 2020. According to Jim Inskeep, CHS athletic director, the women’s swim team holds the longest streak in the nation.
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Women’s swim team to compete against Hamilton Southeastern on Dec. 22, adapts to COVID-19 during the holiday season

Alivia Romaniuk December 15, 2020

The women’s swim team will compete against HSE on Dec. 22. The meet will take place in Fishers and begin at 6 p.m.  Chris Plumb, head coach of the women’s swim team, said he has two objectives for...

Members of the men’s varsity swim team feel confident in this year’s season despite COVID-19, feel ready for upcoming meet against Hamilton Southeastern High School on Dec. 22

Daniel Kim December 13, 2020

Ever since the beginning of this year’s swim season, members of the men’s varsity swim team has had to adapt to new safety protocols. However, despite these changes, varsity Head Coach Chris Plumb...

The Colts season comes down to a week in Vegas.

With Four Games to Go, the Colts’ Playoff Hopes Lie In the Balance (Tossing Horseshoes)

Ashwin Prasad December 10, 2020

It's hard to believe, but the Colts season is 3/4 of the way over. It has been topsy-turvy, unpredictable season, but I think it's fair to say that the Colts have met expectations. Some of my friends thought...

Performing arts department to renovate, expand

Olivia Stock December 9, 2020

Construction will soon begin to make modifications to the current performing arts department through renovation and expansion. According to Chris Kreke, performing arts department chairman, the school...

Maintenance worker Fred Napier works on his computer during SRT. Napier said that issues across the building can arise in seconds so it’s important that workers are always ready to deal with them.

Maintenance staff continues preparations for winter, sports

Pranav Jothirajah December 8, 2020

As the first semester nears its end, winter sports are in full swing and additional tasks remain for the maintenance staff. Maintenance worker Fred Napier says these tasks mainly revolve around keeping...

Graphic Perspective: Family Festivities

Graphic Perspective: Family Festivities

Chloe Sun, Sowmya Chundi, and Nathan Huang December 8, 2020

See how some HiLite staff members celebrate holiday season in following graphic perspectives Click the name to see more works by Chloe Sun, Sowmya Chundi, or Nathan Huang.

Carmel DECA considers limiting club to business students only, limits opportunity

Carmel DECA considers limiting club to business students only, limits opportunity

Pranav Jothirajah December 6, 2020

With a club size of almost 300 students, Carmel DECA has grown to become the biggest and one of the most dominant clubs at CHS. Carmel DECA’s success is unmatched by other DECA programs in the State,...

Political leaders need to spread unique, common message during times of distress

Political leaders need to spread unique, common message during times of distress

Archit Kalra December 6, 2020

We all know this year has been one of the most polarized, frustrating, and painful years we’ve lived through. It’s only an insult to injury that we can’t even seem to get along to do something about...

Bryce Beery, men’s varsity basketball player and senior dribbles the ball down the court during the game against Columbus North on Nov. 24.

Varsity Men’s basketball team adapting to changes, plays Lawrence Central on Dec. 4

Hannah Baer December 4, 2020

After a win in the men’s varsity basketball team’s season and home opener against Columbus North, the team looks to improve their record on Dec. 4. They will play Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference...

Jack Liu, co-president of the Math Club and junior, sits at his desk practicing problems for the Arete Math Madness Competition. Liu said that at the last meeting, on Dec. 1, the club members practiced problems geared for the competition, or at least types of problems that have frequently appeared in the competition over time.

Math Club to prepare for Arete Math Madness Competition

Kiersten Riedford December 1, 2020

Math Club's last meeting was on Dec. 1. The club members practiced for their upcoming competitions. According to Jack Liu, co-president of the Math Club and junior, the club members will be continuing...

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