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Q and A with Veronica Holford

Q and A with Veronica Holford

Taylor Carroll, Student Section Reporter October 22, 2021

What are you proud of in your life? “I am proud of a lot of things, but I’m proud of my son and everything that he has accomplished with my help as a single mom.”  What motivates you? “My...

Sophomore Gigi Welp

Sophomore Gigi Welp

Eddie Sun, Student Section Reporter October 22, 2021

My best Halloween tradition is trading candy with my friends after trick or treating. I’ve been doing this since I was about 7 years old and my friends and I have never missed a year.

Q and A with first responder Brian Hammet, daughter

Q and A with first responder Brian Hammet, daughter

Michelle Wan, Student Section Reporter October 22, 2021

Name: Brian Hammett What is your role? Or what do you do in the first responder's department?  I’m a captain on a ladder truck in an apraxia operations house for the Indianapolis Fire Department. How...

Senior Sneha
Srivasta poses
with traditional
Indian food
from her culture.
She says that
although she
has adapted to
the differences
in culture in the
United States, her
family still eats
traditional food
like dosa which is
an Indian bread
that has been
incorporated as
the United States
diversifies its
culture.

Students and teachers both see challenges, positives and negatives of immigration

Matthew Du, Student Section Reporter October 22, 2021

National Immigration Day, which will occur next Thursday, is a day geared to reflect on the numerous cultures that make up the melting pot culture that makes up the United States.  However, according...

Dave Romano, faculty

Dave Romano, faculty

Lauryn Weninger, Student Section Reporter October 19, 2021

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

Kevin Russo, sophomore

Kevin Russo, sophomore

Zoe Tu September 28, 2021

“The stupidest question I’ve ever asked is when I asked my dad why there were little people trapped in the TV. His...response was laughter, and looking back on it I feel like it was very embarrassing.”

Jeana Yeo, junior

Jeana Yeo, junior

Zoe Tu September 28, 2021

“The stupidest question I’ve ever asked has to be how to spell my name. In elementary school, I think second grade, it’s when I first moved to the US, and I didn’t even know how to say my name...

Peter Rozmaryn, sophomore

Peter Rozmaryn, sophomore

Zoe Tu September 28, 2021

“The stupidest question I’ve ever asked is probably asking my grandparents if the world used to be black and white. They showed me pictures of back when they were kids and everything was black and...

Adam Madni, freshman

Adam Madni, freshman

Zoe Tu September 28, 2021

“The stupidest question I’ve ever asked is probably when a kid had his two front teeth knocked out and I asked if he was ok, and he kind of just stayed there and cried.”

Asking Around

Zoe Tu September 28, 2021

Brooke Cummings, sophomore

Brooke Cummings, sophomore

Zoe Tu September 28, 2021

“I asked my mom what my dog’s name for me is. We name our dogs, but in our dog’s head, do our dogs have a name for us because we have a name for them?”

Jessica Ding, freshman

Jessica Ding, freshman

Zoe Tu September 28, 2021

"One time in a high-level math class, I asked what an integer was. And I genuinely didn’t know, but everyone looked at me like I was stupid. Honestly, it was really embarrassing.”

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