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Students wear red, white and blue to showcase USA themed school spirit at the Carmel vs Cass Technical football game. According to sophomore Siddarth “Sid” Chavali, spirit wear themes bring more excitement and people to the games.

As football season begins, students dive into spiritwear, its traditions

Aksi Adilet-Sultan September 9, 2022

With football season in full swing this year at Carmel High School, students cheer not only with shouts and applause from the stands, but also through their spiritwear. This year, Carmel’s five home...

Students, teacher consider environmental implications of thrifting

Students, teacher consider environmental implications of thrifting

Lorna Ding May 20, 2022

Sophomore Christine Hu has been thrifting since she was 3 years old. Thrifting, which first became popular during the Great Depression, is the process of shopping at stores that sell secondhand clothing.  “It’s...

Junior Natasha Tikhomirova poses in front of her self-made garden. Tikhomirova said she first got into gardening after planting an apple tree and enjoying the process.

Students, teacher enjoy benefits of gardening

Eddie Sun May 18, 2022

Saswat Una, amateur gardener and sophomore, said he enjoys gardening as a fun hobby. “I got into gardening from my grandparents; at a young age, I would help them garden everyday during summer for...

Sophomore Sara Standish picks up a tree sapling. Green Action Club (GAC) was giving out tree saplings as a part of city councilor Miles Nelsons 10,000 Trees in Carmel Campaign.

Members of Green Action Club address ever-changing environment, climate change

Maryam Hafeez May 17, 2022

Junior Gracie Belt, one of the co-President’s of Green Action Club (GAC), considers herself an environmental activist. “I’m one of the founding members of Green Action Club,” Belt said.”We...

Students, teacher reminisce about favorite Disney memories, impact on lives

Students, teacher reminisce about favorite Disney memories, impact on lives

Eddie Sun, Student Section Reporter April 26, 2022

National Winnie the Pooh Day, which was on Tuesday, Jan. 18, has been around since 1882. Its purpose, according to the National Heritage Academies, is to honor Pooh’s creator, A.A. Milne, on his birthday....

Freshman Ian Slate

Freshman Ian Slate

Matthew Du, Student Section Reporter April 26, 2022

My favorite superhero is Ghost Rider, by far, because he just looks so cool and he’s also been my favorite superhero as a kid, and as a teenager now. First off, it’s the character design, and I like...

Junior Hyrum Humiston

Junior Hyrum Humiston

Matthew Du, Student Section Reporter April 26, 2022

I like the old Batman, the original TV series Batman, because he was comical, it was old, and it was also funny because of the old setting and the CGI wasn’t very good, so it made it more funny because...

Freshman Ella Odom

Freshman Ella Odom

Matthew Du, Student Section Reporter April 26, 2022

My favorite superhero is Black Panther, as he kind of reminds me of the Lion King but more modernized, as he was one of the main black superheros that were in the Avengers, and it is a turning point nowadays...

Senior Chris Carmichael

Senior Chris Carmichael

Matthew Du, Student Section Reporter April 26, 2022

My favorite superhero is Black Widow. I’ve loved her since I was a little kid, I think she stands for a really cool message of female empowerment and I love that she carries her own really well. I really...

Sophomore Aila McKeown

Sophomore Aila McKeown

Matthew Du, Student Section Reporter April 26, 2022

My favorite superhero is probably Black Widow since she’s a strong female character and I think in this day and age it’s really cool to see strong female characters documented in television. She’s...

Q&As with students, teachers on using world languages to connect with cultures

Lorna Ding, Student Section Reporter April 26, 2022

Why did you decide to take Chinese? “I decided to take Chinese because of my heritage. I consider myself an American, but I can’t ignore my heritage on my mother’s side. I can’t say that...

Students, teachers discuss benefits of humor in light of National Humor Month

Students, teachers discuss benefits of humor in light of National Humor Month

Eddie Sun and Helena Wang April 26, 2022

National humor month was conceived as a means to heighten public awareness of the therapeutic value of humor. Laughter and joy, the benchmarks of humor, lead to improved well-being, boosted morale, increased...

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