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Class of 2018 Future Plans

Rachael Tan and Jai Sanghani

May 18, 2018


Filed under Print, Recent Updates, Uncategorized

The link to the spreadsheet containing all of the Class of 2018's future plans can be found here.

Don’t do the JUUL: CHS students should recognize dangers of JUULing

Don’t do the JUUL: CHS students should recognize dangers  of JUULing

Emily Worrell

May 18, 2018


Filed under PERSPECTIVES, Print, Recent Updates, Top Story

However, I find the prevalence of one particular drug among high school students disturbing.

Learning in Digital: CHS students should reconsider taking online courses during summer

Learning in Digital: CHS students should reconsider taking online courses during summer

HiLite Staff

May 18, 2018


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In light of the addition of AP Government as an online course this summer, many students have been eagerly seizing the opportunity to add the class to their schedule. The combination of a flexible schedule, a full-weight credit and the ability to work from the comfort of one’s own home seems to make f...

Sophomore Jiwon Yu

Sophomore Jiwon Yu

May 18, 2018


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Artist and sophomore Jiwon Yu uses colored pencils to work on her Frida Kahlo portrait. Yu said she added her own twist to the portrait in order to personalize it.

Junior Katie Phan

Junior Katie Phan

May 18, 2018


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Artist and junior Katie Phan displays her art show piece. Phan said she wanted to use vibrant colors in her piece to convey an idea of boldness.

Sophomore Natalie Wells

Sophomore Natalie Wells

May 18, 2018


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Artist and sophomore Natalie Wells colors in final touches with white chalk on one of her pieces. Wells said she tries to redraw pictures and express what she’s feeling at the moment.

Stop the Spam: With students receiving barrage of notifications, colleges should stop sending unnecessary, misleading emails

Stop the Spam: With students receiving barrage of notifications, colleges should stop sending unnecessary, misleading emails

Jessica Konrad

May 18, 2018


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"Dear Jessica, we’d like to encourage you to consider Harvard,” read the first line of an email I received earlier this year. After I finished reading, I felt elated. To learn a university as prestigious as Harvard was courting me specifically made me feel special and important. However, as I lat...

My Spine Doesn’t Hold Me Back: CHS students discuss scoliosis, lack of awareness, impact on their daily lives

My Spine Doesn’t Hold Me Back: CHS students discuss scoliosis, lack of awareness, impact on their daily lives

Anushka Dasgupta

May 18, 2018


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By all measures, senior Lauren Salmon is very good at the viola. Salmon currently plays in the Camerata and Symphony orchestras at CHS and will attend the IU Jacobs School of Music in the fall to continue her education. However, her journey into the instrument has been, at the least, unconventional. In...

Senior Alex Waples

Senior Alex Waples

Livvie Hurley

May 18, 2018


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Alex Waples, track team member and senior, eats an apple before practice on April 25 at the CHS stadium. Waples likes to keep a balance of eating healthy and exercise in her daily life.