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Nina Godbole and her family take a selfie while traveling in Poland Godbole said I guess I dont relate to one group completely but at home, its just my family so balancing has never really been an issue.
 (Submitted Photo: Nina Godbole)

Multiracial students, parents, professor share experiences, challenges with discrimination

Lorna Ding June 7, 2023

“What are you?” This is a question familiar to multiracial individuals—people who may identify with more than one race or ethnicity—like senior Aiko Ileleji, who is half-Nigerian and half-Japanese. “When...

CHS students, teachers observe evolution of feminism

CHS students, teachers observe evolution of feminism

Pahal Sehgal May 22, 2023

According to PEW Research Center, 80% of adults believe in gender equality, yet only 61% of women identify as feminists. Junior Amanda Pan, a self-titled feminist, said this is because the definition of...

Tori Tomalia competes on home field. Tomalia said she is excited to continue to play in college.

Athlete Spotlight: Tori Tomalia named Athlete of the Month

Safin Khatri May 18, 2023

What is the biggest challenge you have faced this year?  Our biggest challenge is definitely coming (out) of losing state and having that to try to win it again. And we're kind of struggling to find...

Students, teacher, food bank CEO address importance of community involvement, volunteering

Students, teacher, food bank CEO address importance of community involvement, volunteering

Isaac Hsu May 11, 2023

Clubs at this school can come and go, but some desire to have lasting effects within the community. Julia Dong, Key Club co-president and senior, said she believes in the value of giving back to the community...

CHS theater students rehearse for their upcoming play, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The musical is set for May 11 and 12 at 7 p.m. Additionally, performances are held on May 13 at 2 and 7 p.m. at the high school auditorium.

CHS to bring “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” to the stage

Jenny Li and Helena Wang May 11, 2023

The production of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” marks the first full-scale musical CHS has mounted since 2019. Involving almost 200 students, the musical is set for May 11 and 12 at 7 p.m. Additionally,...

Government teacher Dominique Camara checks in with her students during an activity in class on April 20. Camara said people tend to have the similar political views as their parents.

Students, teachers discuss shifts in political ideologies

Ayaan Nadeem April 30, 2023

According to a study conducted by Penn State University in 2015, 51.2% of children reject their parents political ideology or political affiliations. Erika Lawrence, member of Young Democrats Club and...

Junior and soccer player Adam Keleher plays in CHS soccer game. Keleher says play against his former teammates motivates him to preform better. SUBMITTED PHOTO

As athletes transition from club to high school soccer they maintain friendly rivalries

Safin Khatri April 28, 2023

While more than 400,000 high school students across the country play men's soccer, many players, including Adam Keleher, Carmel and Indiana Fire player and junior, participate in club soccer in addition...

CHS student texts their mom during a lockdown. Lieutenant Adam Miller says that CHS takes gun violence seriously, “We encourage all students to take the lockdown drills seriously and think about what they would do if it was a real incident.  The key to surviving a tragedy is preparation. 

CHS students, SRO address school safety procedures

Maggie Meyer April 28, 2023

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the increase in school shootings in America from 2009 to 2021 has increased by 88%. With the number of school shootings on the rise in America...

Sophomores Lynn Perrin and Izzy Holtz partake in a discussion about issues that trans students face at school and in life in general during the GSA meeting on Wednesday, April 19.

Students, assistant principal respond to new anti-LGBTQ legislation

Lorna Ding April 28, 2023

Deadnaming is the act of referring to someone by the name they no longer use, and if junior Ren Olson had to come out as transgender again today, he said there would be a possibility he would choose to...

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