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Bring It Back: As Internet users, students should push the reinstitution of net neutrality

Bring It Back: As Internet users, students should push the reinstitution of net neutrality

Raphael Li

January 25, 2018

On Dec. 14, the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) voted to abolish net neutrality, taking away the internet’s classification as a “common carrier. Net neutrality, as mentioned in a previous HiLite perspective, is the law forcing Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to treat all data equally,...

Ritz Charles to host the Taste of the Chamber on Jan. 18

Ritz Charles to host the Taste of the Chamber on Jan. 18

Allen Zhang

January 18, 2018

According to Melanie Lentz, project manager of the community relations and economic development department of the city of Carmel, the Taste of the Chamber will occur on Jan. 18 at the Ritz Charles. The event will be run by One Zone, the local Chamber of Commerce. “[One Zone is] our local chamber, a...

Christkindlmarkt: A Review

Christkindlmarkt: A Review

Allen Zhang

November 30, 2017

Rating : 4/5 I visited the Carmel Christkindlmarkt this Sunday and stayed for about an hour. The featured events I attended were an alphorn performance by Alphorngruppe and a woodworking demonstration with Christian Werner. Any onlooker could tell they were extremely skilled at their craft. Werner’...

Carmel to host fall events

Carmel to host fall events

Allen Zhang, Managing Editor

September 7, 2017

According to Nancy Heck, director of community relations and economic development of the city of Carmel, the Arts and Design District will host many events in the month of September. The first of these events will be the Chinese Mooncake Festival, which takes place on September 9 in the Indiana De...

Net Neutrality: On the issue of net neutrality, both sides should work together to create a stronger solution.

Net Neutrality: On the issue of net neutrality, both sides  should work together to create a stronger solution.

Allen Zhang, Management

August 15, 2017

On May 18, the Federal Communications Commision (FCC) voted to scale back net neutrality protections. Net neutrality, which is the concept that internet service providers should treat all data on the internet equally regardless of the source, has been a pressing issue for a while, and hence it i...

Learn about National Jelly Bean Day with some savory statistics

Learn about National Jelly Bean Day with some savory statistics

entertainment

April 21, 2016

Every year on April 22, candy lovers across the United States celebrate the holiday that is known as National Jelly Bean Day. One such sweet tooth is senior Gregory Dexter, who said he enjoys eating jelly beans, especially around Easter and spring. According to Holiday Insights, Boston confectioner William Schra...

Jazz Ensembles to showcase at upcoming performance Jazz Expressions

Jazz Ensembles to showcase at upcoming performance Jazz Expressions

entertainment

March 18, 2016

On march 22, at 7 p.m. in the auditorium, the four CHS Jazz Ensembles will have their first concert of the year, Jazz Expressions, to showcase music they have been working on since before winter break. The CHS Jazz program will not be attending any competitions this year, instead focusing on refining p...

With upcoming release of Oculus Rift, students, teachers reconsider use of virtual reality in classes

With upcoming release of Oculus Rift, students, teachers reconsider use of virtual reality in classes

feature

March 18, 2016

In one of the internal rooms of the CHS media center sits a row of black smartphones clothed in what appears to be goggle-shaped cardboard boxes. “Google Cardboard,” as these boxes are called, is a virtual reality headset several CHS teachers are currently test-running for future use in the classroom. Furthermore,...

CHS Theater to perform rendition of ‘Romeo and Juliet’

CHS Theater to perform rendition of ‘Romeo and Juliet’

entertainment

January 21, 2016

This year, the CHS  winter production will be “Romeo and Juliet” — with modern twists. The CHS theater will use a shortened 90-minute adaptation written by professor of theatre Diane Timmerman at Butler that has abridged the classic play by William Shakespeare but still incorporates the origina...

All in the Holidays: Classic Christmas music, movies remain popular at CHS

All in the Holidays: Classic Christmas music, movies remain popular at CHS

entertainment

December 14, 2015

Unlike the catchy  pop tunes and action-filled blockbusters of warmer weather, some time-tested Christmas melodies and movies released decades ago still remain popular with CHS students and faculty today. Sophomore Reese Nordeen considers himself a holiday-loving person. Around Christmas, he’ll decorate hi...

The Beauty of YouTube: More students turn to online videos for fashion and beauty advice

The Beauty of YouTube: More students turn to online videos for fashion and beauty advice

entertainment

October 9, 2015

She turns on her camera, angles it down, hits record and says, “Hey guys, it’s  Natalia.” Natalia Trevino Amaro, “Youtuber” and sophomore, has celebrated her two year anniversary on YouTube on Oct. 1, and has reached over 3,000 subscribers. She is a fashion and lifestyle “Youtuber,” often catego...