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4.12 News Briefs

4.12 News Briefs

Cady Armstrong April 12, 2021

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Sophomore Josie Paxton waters the plants in her windows. She said having plants is beneficial to her mental health.

With March 20 marking first day of spring, students, staff share benefits of gardening, spending time outside

Cady Armstrong and Tessa Collinson March 23, 2021

According to sophomore Josie Paxton, the changing seasons means she can once again go on long hikes and sit outside. Paxton said, “I spend a lot of time outside when the weather is nice... I go...

Summer Tullai, Key Club Officer and Sophomore, works at her computer. According to Tullai, she has been planning the event for a long time.

Key Club to host tree planting event on April 17

Olivia Stock March 22, 2021

Serve Carmel and Carmel Key Club plan to host a volunteer event to plant trees on April 17 in association with Tree-Plenish. The event is organized through Key Club’s Serve Carmel initiative, whose goal...

3.8 News Briefs

3.8 News Briefs

Cady Armstrong March 8, 2021

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Digital technology opens doors to new possibilities for self-expression

Digital technology opens doors to new possibilities for self-expression

Maddie Misterka and Wendy Zhu February 20, 2021

Yellow is sophomore Tatum Siebert’s happy color. For her, wearing the color makes her feel like a ray of sunshine, and it’s how she expresses happiness and contentment. She said fashion has always...

2.9 News Briefs

2.9 News Briefs

Cady Armstrong February 9, 2021

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Inoculated

Inoculated

Tessa Collinson and Gray Martens February 8, 2021

Sophomore Avery Guo poses with a sword in her dojang. Guo said the instructors at her dojang have taught her how to properly defend herself both with and without weaponry.

25 years after International Fighting Championship 4, instructors, female martial arts students evaluate female participation in martial arts

Saumya Somasi, Sam Hawkins January 16, 2021

Sophomore Avery Guo puts on her uniform for the third time this week. She fastens her black belt to her waist, sets her shoes aside and steps into her dojang—a term used in Korean martial arts to refer...

1.13 News Briefs

1.13 News Briefs

Cady Armstrong January 13, 2021

CHS to offer new Engineering and Technology Courses: Construction Trades I and Aerospace Engineering for the 2021-22 year

CHS to offer new Engineering and Technology Courses: Construction Trades I and Aerospace Engineering for the 2021-22 year

Raghav Sriram December 14, 2020

As part of the 2021-2022 school year, CHS plans to offer two new Engineering and Technology courses: Construction Trades I and Aerospace Engineering.  According to introduction to construction teacher...

12.12 News Briefs

12.12 News Briefs

Cady Armstrong December 12, 2020

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Student activists walk the home stretch of the Global Climate Strike at the Indiana Statehouse in September 2020. Maanya Rajesh, Green Action club president and junior, said the activists, many of whom were CHS students, marched in support of climate policy reform and greater awareness of the global issue.

Student activists, science teacher continue conservation efforts amid pandemic

Archit Kalra November 16, 2020

For Maanya Rajesh, Green Action Club president and junior, environmental conservation has never been more important, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. “The pandemic hasn’t really made that much...

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