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Full version of Q&A with triathlete Julie Troyer

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April 3, 2008
Filed under Online only, STUDENT SECTION

1. What inspired you to start running triathlons? Last summer I actually decided to stop playing all the other sports I had been involved with and still wanted something to do to stay in shape. I had heard about a triathalon training group at Lifetime Fitness, where I work out, and thought, tha...

CHTV, WHJE jumpstart preparation for digital age

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April 3, 2008
Filed under NEWS

By: Tommy Sneider <[email protected]> Entering the classroom, it appears like a walk into the past. Cameras with books on them point towards the set for the anchors that day. Currently, both the television and radio programs here, CHTV and WHJE, are undergoing changes both in their equipme...

‘Leatherheads’ lacks football, focuses on period, relationships

entertainment
April 3, 2008
Filed under ENTERTAINMENT

By: Bennett Fuson <[email protected]> It seems that in the past few years, sports history, always an entertaining genre, has become the fodder for many “inspirational” films. Remember the Titans. Glory Road. Radio, sort of. The fad has become so popular that there has even been a send-up...

Wish You Were NOT Here

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April 3, 2008
Filed under FEATURE

Compiled quotes by Jade Luo <[email protected]> Sophomore Jason Wing, Vietnam “While in Vietnam, I got typhoid. My parents think it was the infected food. When I was there, I had diarrhea and I couldn’t eat, and I had to go to the restroom right away and it was really annoying. After tw...

Students audition for placement into next year’s concert bands

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March 17, 2008
Filed under NEWS

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT: Freshmen Katelynn “Katie” Wurtz and Kara Blewett practice their saxophones before their auditions for the concert band in the 2008-09 year. All underclassmen musicians in band participated in the four-day-long audition. “I have been practicing every night for at least hal...

Principal to recommend administrative replacements at board meeting

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March 17, 2008
Filed under NEWS

By: Jaclyn Chen <[email protected]> Although the women’s basketball team marked Carmel history by capturing the 100th State Championship, one person has seen 98 others. That one person, according to Principal John Williams, is Assistant Principal John Abell, who is retiring this year afte...

Men’s golf team begin training, getting in shape for season

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March 17, 2008
Filed under SPORTS

By: Daniyal Habib <[email protected]> The men’s golf team begins its first practice sessions Monday. The team hopes to build on the success they achieved last year under new Head Coach Chad Carr. “I am confident that we can accomplish great things this season,” Carr said. “In order...

Live Strong

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March 17, 2008
Filed under 15 MINUTES OF FAME

15 Minutes of Fame Interview with Dale Yessak By: Tommy Sneider <[email protected]> Why did you start riding your bike to school? My wife bought me a bike as a birthday present, January two years ago, and I started riding to work every day shortly after that, because it seemed like a go...

Spanish film paints dark 1940s fantasy

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March 14, 2008
Filed under Acumen

By: Reid Conner <[email protected]> Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy/thriller fairy tale is no ordinary story. It definitely isn’t a children’s tale either. Don’t have any misconceptions about this movie; it has more blood, gore and gruesome images than a traditional fairy tale. Howeve...

Cultural diversity expressed in traditional ethnic customs

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March 14, 2008
Filed under Acumen

By: Michael Wang <[email protected]> On the first day of eighth grade, Shalin Zia, who is now a sophomore, received smiles of recognition but also stares of curiosity. She said, “Some people acted normally and talked to me like they normally did and some just gave me stares. They were kind o...

Updated site built for readers

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March 14, 2008
Filed under PERSPECTIVES

By: Jaclyn Chen <[email protected]> A new survey released last month by We Media/Zogby Interactive shows that more than half of Americans primarily use the Internet for news and information. This figure is up nearly 40 percent from just a year ago. The survey of nearly 2,000 respondents also says...

Time to look beyond appearance

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March 14, 2008
Filed under PERSPECTIVES

By: Meagan McNulty <[email protected]> It was the summer after freshman year and before leaving for Rome, I specifically remember looking at the itinerary for the days we were to spend there and realizing, much to my surprise, I was probably going to be bored. Intermixed between visiting mu...

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