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Higher Education: Students, Teacher Reflect on Impact of College on Employment

Higher Education: Students, Teacher Reflect on Impact of College on Employment

Alanna Wu

February 21, 2018


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In current times, it seems like the emphasis on higher education is greater than ever — the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce predicted that at least 65 percent of jobs by 2020 will require some form of higher education after high school. At first glance, this statistic seems to indicat...

Up To Us: Our generation determines social media trends

Up To Us: Our generation determines social media trends

Hannah Gretz

February 20, 2018


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Since 2005, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and many other social media platforms have emerged and made their way onto many teeanagers cellphones. Year by year, these apps have steadily gained new users, many of which are teenagers. However, within this time period, highschool social media users h...

Carmel police arrest two students in connection with social media threats

Carmel police arrest two students in connection with social media threats

February 20, 2018


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According to Amy Dudley and Roger McMichael, interim superintendents of Carmel Clay Schools, two students were arrested on Feb. 19 in connection with gun threats posted on the social media app, Snapchat. Dudley and McMichael's message is posted below: Good evening, In our ongoing desire to keep you...

The Monsters in Your Head [Café Libro]

The Monsters in Your Head [Café Libro]

Carson TerBush

February 20, 2018


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Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia tells the story of Eliza Mirk, a high school senior who struggles to relate with her life offline. Online, however, she is LadyConstellation, creator of the wildly popular webcomic Monstrous Sea, and she can do anything. Though her comic has amassed millions of followers, Eliza remains anonymous in her real life, avoiding contact with anyone except her online friends and spending most of her time on her computer, working on weekly installments of Monstrous Sea. However, when Wallace Warland moves to her school and Eliza beg...

School to operate on ‘a normal schedule’ on Tuesday with ‘enhanced security plans in place’

School to operate on ‘a normal schedule’ on Tuesday with ‘enhanced security plans in place’

February 19, 2018


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Carmel High School is taking additional security precautions against social media threats; a message to TCP students.

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Principal Tom Harmas responds to alleged threats

Principal Tom Harmas responds to alleged threats

February 15, 2018


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On Feb. 15, Principal Tom Harmas addressed the students with the following message: Good morning everyone.  I know the events of the last few weeks have put some of us on edge and to help all of us I wanted to tell you the facts instead of you reading rumors on social media. So, let’s look...

‘You have to practice achieving through other people’s low expectations of you’ and other things Michelle Obama said in Indianapolis

‘You have to practice achieving through other people’s low expectations of you’ and other things Michelle Obama said in Indianapolis

Jessica Mo

February 14, 2018


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Former First Lady Michelle Obama spoke with moderator Alecia DeCoudreaux in the Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Feb. 13. After being greeted by a screaming audience and a standing ovation, Obama discussed her upbringing, her time in the White House and what advice she would give to the 12,000-strong audi...

Speak-ups: $8.2 Million For CHS Improvements

Speak-ups: $8.2 Million For CHS Improvements

Satvik Kandru

February 10, 2018


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Carmel Clay Schools recently approved a bond of $8.2 million for Carmel High School improvements. What would you like to see this money go towards?

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11 CHS Seniors Recognized as U.S. Presidential Scholar Candidates

11 CHS Seniors Recognized as U.S. Presidential Scholar Candidates

Armaan Goel

February 9, 2018


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11 CHS seniors have been selected as candidates for the U.S. Presidential Scholar Program.

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Q/A With 2018 Riley Champion Rik Bag

Q/A With 2018 Riley Champion Rik Bag

Bryce Cheng

February 9, 2018


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Becoming a Riley Champion is a magnificent honor. Being able to represent everyone in any department who suffer from adverse health conditions means so much to me. It is so gratifying to know that I am able to speak for those who have suffered in ways I have and even worse.

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Police, Principal respond to Feb. 8 incident

Police, Principal respond to Feb. 8 incident

Manahil Nadeem

February 9, 2018


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On Feb. 8, a male student wielding a knife approached a female student in the restroom. Here are the principal's and police's statements about the incident.

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Column: Don’t Blame the Education System

Column: Don’t Blame the Education System

Pranav Sriram

February 7, 2018


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The U.S. public education system is routinely blamed for poor American academic performance and interest. While I acknowledge the U.S. education system isn’t perfect (no education system is) and is drastically underfunded, I firmly believe most problems surrounding education in the U.S. are a result of soc...