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The Latest Scoop: Ice Cream Reviews

The Latest Scoop: Ice Cream Reviews

Kris Otten and Caitlyn Burns

March 23, 2018


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At first bite the tangy taste of raspberry followed by the bittersweet chocolate takes over the taste buds of those who try this beautifully purple-colored treat.

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Andrew Couchon, 12

Andrew Couchon, 12

Faith Dee

March 23, 2018


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“So my tongue—it’s 3/16 of an inch off of the world record for the widest tongue. That is, unless (the record has) been broken.”

John Love, Media Specialist

John Love, Media Specialist

Grace Xu

March 23, 2018


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“There are probably two events that really changed my life. My youngest daughter was premature, so it was a tough road for her, but through all of that, it taught me a lot of patience (and) a lot of kindness. She still teaches me a lot. She’s quite the fighter. She’s a student here actually at Carmel...

Vivian Zheng, 10

Vivian Zheng, 10

Riya Chinni

March 23, 2018


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“The last time I can specifically pinpoint a time where I was really alive or really happy was when I went back to China over the summer. I went back to my dad’s side of the family, and I haven’t been back in a really long time. My dad has a lot of siblings, so I have a lot of cousins back in ...

Isabella Fallahi, 9

Isabella Fallahi, 9

Faith Dee

March 23, 2018


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“My mother’s grandmother and grandfather met in a work concentration camp in Siberia during World War II. They were drafted to build railroads. My mom is from Sweden and she came to America as an exchange student. My dad was born in Colombia and his dad is from Iran. If you look up my last name ...

Reagan Hune, 11

Reagan Hune, 11

Riya Chinni

March 23, 2018


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“A moment that would change who I was is probably losing (basketball) regionals all three years because the pain is still with me. We play with so much heart and it really makes us realize that you can’t just talk the talk. You need to actually do something in order to strive for your goal and so...

Ethan Wakeman, 11

Ethan Wakeman, 11

Riya Chinni

March 23, 2018


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“There’s a lot of stereotypes (about autism). It’s just like if you really have autism, then you’re just really shy and you don’t talk that much and obviously, I’m the exact opposite… I can see (autism) is really hard for anyone to understand. I mean, it’s even hard for me—even having i...

Joshua Jun, 12

Joshua Jun, 12

Bryce Cheng

March 23, 2018


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“A lot of high schoolers have jobs, especially as waiters or waitresses. This is more special for me though, because my family actually owns the restaurant I work at: Cafe Korea.  Of course, a main priority for me is to give a helping hand in running my family’s business, but I also do value tha...

Chelsea Tinsley, 10

Chelsea Tinsley, 10

Harini Ravichandran

March 23, 2018


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“I’ve always been very curious about how things work. When I was little, my sister and I would always break things to see how they work. We would throw a dollhouse down the stairs and break it so we could see how it worked. Now that I’m older, I’m more interested in how psychological relationships...

Ask the HiLite: How can students reach “success?”

Ask the HiLite: How can students reach “success?”

Jessica Konrad

February 23, 2018


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Many students struggle with finding the right path for their future as they begin to prepare for college. How do you help students find answers to these difficult questions? “I think the first thing is really some self-assessment about what your skills and passions and gifts are, so I would recommend ...

Joey McGill

Joey McGill

February 23, 2018


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Just after college, therapist Joey McGill worked as an accountant, but she was unhappy. It was then that she opted for a change. She said, “I was lost; I didn’t know what to do in college. The biggest thing is that I had no idea. That’s probably the most lost I’ve ever felt: when I went to...