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Black Student Alliance president, student, teacher discuss importance of educating students about the civil rights movement

Evelyn Foster and Katie Maurer May 24, 2024

Hayden Houston, Black Student Alliance (BSA) president and senior, has been learning about the civil rights movement for years. Houston comes from a family that values open discussion about Black history,...

Students, teacher discuss Noah Kahans abrupt rise to fame and Grammy nomination

Students, teacher discuss Noah Kahan’s abrupt rise to fame and Grammy nomination

Elsie McAndrews February 1, 2024

Noah Kahan is a 26-year-old folk-pop artist, raised in rural Vermont and New Hampshire. After releasing his third album “Stick Season” in October, his monthly listener skyrocketed from 8 to 16 million,...

Students, counselor, teacher debunk AP and IB stereotypes, discuss how to find best fit for students

Students, counselor, teacher debunk AP and IB stereotypes, discuss how to find best fit for students

Jenny Li and Jasmine Y. Zhang January 14, 2024

According to the College Board, the Advanced Placement (AP) program is defined as “college-level courses and exams that you can take in high school.” The International Baccalaureate define the International...

Opposing viewpoints: are Varsity Letter requirements fair?

Opposing viewpoints: are Varsity Letter requirements fair?

Maggie Meyer and Ali Persinger January 5, 2023

The varsity letter requirements are unfair and inconsistent throughout CHS sports Varsity letters are given to athletes when they have a major accomplishment such as going to sectionals or breaking...

AP Biology students created self-sustaining ecosystems for their ecology unit project. Senior Chloe Winn said, “I like this project because we had to take things around us outside that we might not notice and shrink it all down to put in a jar.”

AP Biology students, teacher, discuss self-sustaining ecosystem project

Kate Loper May 19, 2022

Over the past three weeks, AP Biology students have been working on a biodiversity project. For this project, students used large mason jars to create a self-sustaining ecosystem that is either aquatic...

 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...

Lisa Venckus (LEFT), women’s track and field member and senior, runs during her race. Venckus should transgender athletes should be able to participate in the sport that matches their gender identity.

Students discuss role of gender identity in sports, co-ed teams

Addison Joyce and Maggie Meyer March 31, 2022

Note: Governor Eric Holcomb vetoed the bill on March 21, citing concerns about the scope and writing of the bill and stating he found "no evidence" to suggest that there was an issue with transgender athletes...

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