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We reviewed three fall activities available near Carmel, this is what we found

We reviewed three fall activities available near Carmel, this is what we found

Kris Otten

October 25, 2018

STUCKEY FARM ORCHARD AND CIDER MILL Stuckey Farm Orchard and Cider Mill is the perfect location to have a fall photoshoot with friends or spend time with family. It costs $7.50 to get into the apple orchard, where there are thousands of trees with 27 varieties of apples to pick from. The apple orc...

Halloween Costume Contest

October 25, 2018

CONTEST WINNERS:     Best Group Costume (left): Junior Jayana Hammonds Funniest Costume (right): Junior Olivia Roop...

Humans of CHS: Sophomore Sophie Guo

Humans of CHS: Sophomore Sophie Guo

October 25, 2018

“I’m in the marching band here at CHS. Marching band is a lot of hard work and is quite stressful, but when you win it is really worth it. Winning Grand Nationals was probably the most memorable part of marching band, winning felt really good because we beat everyone else in the country.”...

Humans of CHS: Junior Maddie Nagel

Humans of CHS: Junior Maddie Nagel

October 25, 2018

“The time I felt most alive was last summer. I was with my brother and my sister, and we went to an amusement park the entire day. All day it was the typical amusement park. But we stayed until after dark and my brother, sister and I went on this one roller coaster during the day, but when we wen...

Humans of CHS: Junior Megan Daggett

Humans of CHS: Junior Megan Daggett

October 25, 2018

“I really love the unified sports at Carmel High School. I am currently one of the captains for the unified football team and being around the students with disabilities just really inspires me to have a better day.”

Students, staff explain deeper impact of building Homecoming playhouses

Marissa Ryan

September 21, 2018

Senior class president Meredith Lipps is a veteran of the annual Homecoming playhouse build. While she participates in other charitable activities, the three year veteran said she values the event, which involves building and decorating a child’s prefabricated playhouse from beginning to end in one a...

Senior Cameron Harless

Senior Cameron Harless

September 21, 2018

“I’m really passionate about running because I like it a lot, and it’s really fun. I started running in fourth grade, when I joined Pup’s Running. It was mostly just because (of) my family — my older brother’s a runner, my younger sister’s a runner. No one really played football, so I kind...

Sophomore Alexandra Ortiz

Sophomore Alexandra Ortiz

September 21, 2018

Ortiz said she experienced firsthand the variety in how different countries celebrate culture, as she moved from San Juan, Puerto Rico last May, where Ortiz grew up. She said although American culture is very different, she will continue taking part in Hispanic traditions.  I identify as a Hispanic or Latina or Puerto Rican; (it) has al...

Senior Joey Gutierrez

Senior Joey Gutierrez

September 21, 2018

Despite growing up in the United States, Gutierrez said he is very in touch with his Hispanic culture—speaking Spanish with his parents at home and celebrating holiday traditions. There’s this one tradition where we go to people’s doors, and we sing at the doors, and they sing back to us...in the ...

Spanish Teacher Kay Vazquez

Spanish Teacher Kay Vazquez

September 21, 2018

Vazquez, whose husband is Puerto Rican,  experiences the difference between Puerto Rican culture and Hispanic culture found in America— and she said food was the biggest contrast. She mentioned traditional foods such as pasteles, arroz con gandules and lecon asado....

Business Teacher Richard Reid

Business Teacher Richard Reid

Victoria Nopporn

September 21, 2018

“I’ve had plenty of mistakes and plenty of successes. I think the most important thing is that I’ve been the kind of person that doesn’t get discouraged by failure or setbacks. I’m rather someone who learns from those things, and I try to figure out what I can do today that is better than the...