Jacob Young, senior

Emily Sandy, Student Section Editor | December 7, 2020

"One thanksgiving tradition in my family is what we call unthanksgiving. Since I have a big family every year we wouldn’t be able to see each other on thanksgiving because everyone was going all different directions trying to see family, and my siblings spouses family, and there were simply a lot of different thanksgivings happening and we wouldn’t be able to see each other. So we around 5 years...

Sarah Warf, junior

Emily Sandy, Student Section Editor | December 7, 2020

"I usually go to my grandma’s house, but I can't this year. We are doing a Zoom thanksgiving. We love going to hockey games on thanksgiving. My aunt is actually the manager of the Fort Wayne Comets, so she gets us tickets every year. Me and my grandma always get up early to watch the Macy thanksgiving day parade, everyone else in my family sleeps in. My mom and my aunt always make mashed potatoes...

Maddie Misterka, Student Section Reporter | November 11, 2020

With Veterans Day, occurring today on Nov. 11, people all over the world remember the sacrifices and efforts of veterans and current military personnel. Specifically, military families and veterans are more greatly impacted by military-centered holidays due to their connection to military service.  Sophomore Lauren Lloyd, said she and her family are reminded of family and friends in other military...

In celebration of National Cappuccino Day, staff of Carmel Cafe share the impact of coffee

Saumya Somasi, Student Section Reporter | November 8, 2020

Coffee affects students and teachers’ lives all over the world. To celebrate its importance, Cappuccino Day is celebrated on November 8. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 14.8% of all American high school students drink coffee on a daily basis. Nathan Seketa, senior who runs the Carmel Cafe, said he has seen the interest that CHS students have with coffee in his daily interactions...

Tommy Oliver, teacher

Lauryn Weninger, Student Section Reporter | November 6, 2020

"(I started playing football when) I was 9 years old and in 4th grade. (My favorite part about coaching football is) watching the players develop and improve as players and young men as the season goes on."

Dave Romano, instructional assistant

Lauryn Weninger, Student Section Reporter | November 6, 2020

"(When I was a kid, my favorite house to trick-or-treat at was this)  house that the adult always dressed up in a costume and the entire entryway was all decorated with lights, cobwebs and spooky music."