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In environmentally cautious efforts, students increasingly use sustainable alternatives rather than single-use plastics, trash

In environmentally cautious efforts, students increasingly use sustainable alternatives rather than single-use plastics, trash

Jillian Moore May 20, 2022

Recently, students considering their carbon footprint have turned to a growing movement: sustainable alternatives to daily products. This means using ethically sourced, renewable products with low negative...

 Sophomore Oliver (Ollie) Rosewell works on the engine of his car.

Sports investigate impacts of sport racing on environment

Austin Guo May 19, 2022

The Indianapolis 500, taking place on May 29 this year, is one of the largest sports events in the world, attracting millions of visitors to Indianapolis. Annually, over 300,000 spectators converge on...

With 10th anniversary of “The Avengers” series, significance of  hero diversity, community hero representation increasingly important

With 10th anniversary of “The Avengers” series, significance of hero diversity, community hero representation increasingly important

Chenyao Liu and Darshini Shankar April 22, 2022

May 4 marks the 10-year anniversary of the release of “The Avengers,” the first Marvel movie to include a team of superheroes with diverse backgrounds. In those 10 years, the Marvel franchise has reached...

Solomon Williams, varsity football player and senior, celebrates a touchdown. Williams said he is often stereotyped as less intelligent because he plays football, but he does not let it affect his academic performance.

Athletes, assistant athletics director address stereotypes in sports, effect of Scholar Athlete program

Riley Laferriere April 22, 2022

During the football season, senior Solomon Williams was on the field throwing passes to friends or making plays under the Friday night lights. However, Williams, who plans to attend Princeton University...

Walking into the children’s playground at Coxhall Gardens, the public is greeted by this construction sign. This is just one of the many different work sites around these public parks.

In light of Arbor Day, 10th anniversary of Lorax movie, student, Biology teacher, Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation member highlight importance of local parks

Tsion Daniel April 22, 2022

For Ella Yates, leader of the green action Club’s (GAC) tree planting initiative and senior, parks are not just a place to enjoy nature; they are a place to maintain it. “The parks are very important...

Clean It Up

Clean It Up

Grace Guo April 21, 2022

Seniors Claire Qu and Megan Shaffer teach business concepts to a group of middle schoolers. They said the winning groups project will implemented this week at Clay Middle School.

Q&A with seniors Claire Qu, Megan Shaffer about Ignite, their business project at middle schools

Aniket Biswal April 13, 2022

Claire Qu Q: What is the name of the project? What is the goal? A: Our project is called Ignite. Its overall goal is to fill an educational gap in our school district. Megan and I noticed that there...

Muslim students observe Ramadan next month,  discrimination still an issue both in CHS, Carmel community

Muslim students observe Ramadan next month, discrimination still an issue both in CHS, Carmel community

Royce Brown and Zainab Idrees March 25, 2022

Freshman Mariam Morad adjusts her hijab during class. The hijab is a head covering that is worn by some Muslim women and is typically worn in public.  For Morad, it reminds her of who she is: a Muslim.  According...

In light of Disability Awareness Month, everyone should work to include people with disabilities

In light of Disability Awareness Month, everyone should work to include people with disabilities

Emily Sandy March 25, 2022

I was raised in a family with three siblings with a variety of disabilities: cerebral palsy, autism, ADHD, and severe anxiety. Through the many tantrums thrown in the baking aisle to the physical therapy...

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