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Review: “Cocaine Bear,” the most intriguing title you’ll find in 2023 [MUSE]

Review: “Cocaine Bear,” the most intriguing title you’ll find in 2023 [MUSE]

Ryan Zhang April 2, 2023

“Cocaine Bear.” It’s a title that made me think twice and then I came across the line, “Based on true events” and it truly drew my attention. In fact this event did happen to some extent. In...

A zookeeper holds a corn snake, a non venomous species, out for a young Holiday Zoo Lights attendee to touch. This is part of the event’s “creature encounters” program to encourage education about wildlife through hands-on learning.

Students, experts raise awareness to endangered animals

Helena Wang January 8, 2023

Sophomore Akshaya Lingala folds a blue Post-It note into the shape of an origami blue whale. Since elementary school, Lingala said she developed a passion for whales, but the blue whale is one of over...

Venckus holds Virginia, an albino Burmese python. She said during shows, the audience is allowed to pet all of the animals including a legless lizard and hissing cockroaches.

Sophomore Lisa Venckus conducts animal shows, called Hedgehog Hannah, with her family

Emily Sandy January 23, 2020

What is Hedgehog Hannah? Hedgehog Hannah is my family’s business and we basically bring animals—we have some exotic (and) some just normal—to birthday parties, festivals, schools and whoever wants...

Cold Turkey: New Hamilton county animal care laws to go into effect

Viyang Hao October 24, 2019

Starting on Nov. 9, Hamilton county will start to enforce a new animal ordinance that focuses on improv- ing the penalties for animal abuse, neglect, and endangerment, which includes leaving animals...

Tubby, a shelter dog at the IndyHumane center, goes out on a walk with Junior Shreya Bothra. She said Tubby is one of her favorite dogs; thus, she makes the effort to spend some time pampering him whenever she volunteers.

Housing the Hounds: With Clear the Shelter event this Saturday, CHS students discuss challenges, obstacles with adopting from shelters

Lin-Lin Mo August 14, 2018

In a common turn of events, even after years of pleading with her parents for a dog, senior Mayil Bhat’s parents did not cave in. But, as anyone who knows her will contend, her love for animals of all...

Recession leads to shelter overcrowding

News November 20, 2009

  By Kendall Harshberger and Priya Patel <[email protected]> <[email protected]> Every weekend Anita Wang, co-president of the Paws4Cause club and junior, spends her time...

No Horsin’ Around: Equines can make a good pet choice

feature May 21, 2009

By Erin Lowe <[email protected]> Standing large and majestic, horses are fairly popular animals for students here as they have been friends to man for centuries. Today, though, they’re used...

Dogs lead to an increase in happiness and health

perspectives May 21, 2009

By Shireen Korkzan <[email protected]> For 18 years I have been deprived of a childhood. I blame all of my problems in life on not having a dog. I was always jealous of my cousins and friends...

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