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Payton Russel, 12

Payton Russel, 12

Jessica Konrad

January 24, 2018


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“My greatest struggle in life has been being five-foot since I was in sixth grade. Multiple people just ask me if I’m ever going to grow and not only has it affected how people look at me, but how I think about myself.”

HiLite Baking Contest Winners

HiLite Baking Contest Winners

December 14, 2017


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This December, the HiLite held its second annual holiday baking contest in which we asked students to submit traditional holiday recipes. The following are our first and second place winners, as well as other student submissions. First Place Winner The first place winner is junior Zach Beeler for h...

Maddie Snyder, 10

Maddie Snyder, 10

Livvie Hurley, Student Section Reporter

December 14, 2017


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“It’s kind of hard to live with my grandparents, especially being the only kid living there. Because they are two generations older than me, they don’t really understand some things that parents would. Also, people get confused by my situation and always ask me to explain why I’m living with ...

Michelle Foutz

Michelle Foutz

Riya Chinni, Student Section Reporter

December 14, 2017


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“More than anything, (having adopted my daughter) forces me to create more work-life balance. It was very easy for me to focus on work, work, work. Having her, I feel like I have a lot more balance and that’s something that I want, that I like. Sometimes you come home with stress and you’re worri...

Thea Nikolaou, 11

Natalie Khamis

December 14, 2017


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“I moved here five years ago from Greece so it was really hard for me to adjust to the life here. I thought that learning a different language would set me back from reaching my number one goal: to become successful in life.”

Sam Perin, 12

Sam Perin, 12

Livvie Hurley, Student Section Reporter

December 14, 2017


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“I just feel like it’s not really okay to  go around and be mean to people all the time. I understand saying joking things to friends and stuff, but walking up to a random person and being a jerk to them is not okay. I saw a lot of people get bullied in middle school. Even if someone does someth...

Jenny Chen, 9

Jenny Chen, 9

Riya Chinni, Student Section Reporter

December 14, 2017


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“I’m a Christian, and some of the best advice I’ve gotten from people is to trust God and that he has a plan for you. When I’m struggling with stuff or I have too much homework or I’m put in a situation that I don’t like, I’ll just sort of be like, ‘Oh, that’s probably just what I...

The Legacy of Hope Baugh: With the recent death of a loved librarian, members of the community spread her legacy

The Legacy of Hope Baugh: With the recent death of a loved librarian, members of the community spread her legacy

Angela Li

November 17, 2017


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Hope Baugh, Carmel Clay Public Library (CCPL) young adult services manager and sponsor of the CCPL Teen Library Council (TLC), died on Sept. 20 after serving at the library for 16 years. However, according to those who knew her, Baugh’s legacy continues to live on. Jordan Barker, TLC member and junior, said d...

More Than Their History: A Native American student shares her experiences being an underrepresented minority

Riya Chinni

November 17, 2017


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Junior Bridget Chemberlin said she has grown up with a background that many people misunderstand. Coming from the Mohawk tribe of the Iroquois Alliance, Chemberlin said she has experienced many instances when peers have tried to pin her to various American Indian stereotypes upon hearing of her herita...