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Healthcare Heroes

Juniors Averie and Faith Miner pose for a selfie together wearing personal protective equipment. Averie said she is happy her mom is working an online job which keeps her family safe. She said her family hopes to make the best out of the situation they are in.

Anna Klauz

May 21, 2020

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, medical professionals across the country are working tirelessly in offices, hospitals and clinics to provide the best care for patients. Some of these people have another challenge they face every day: The looming possibility of bringing the virus into their homes every night...

Community Computer Repair Club Starts Work

Community Computer Repair Club member Aden Shaw learns the components of the computer. Shaw is required to be familiar with the computer hardware to assist in the refurbishing process.

Anna Klauz

October 6, 2019

Community Computer Repair Club has 25 active members this 2019-2020 school year. Andrew Lykenn, club president and senior talks about the club’s first meeting and their goals for upcoming club meetings. “The club is doing really good, today we are just teaching officers how to do things so we can ac...

Like and Subscribe: With YouTube’s new channel membership feature, more students should take advantage of it

Like and Subscribe: With YouTube’s new channel membership feature, more students should take advantage of it

Anna Klauz

May 23, 2019

Youtube, a Google-owned video-based company, has been used by billions of people for over a decade as its empire has been growing since the establishment of its brand in 2005. Over the last 14 years, YouTube has prided itself on the creation of an online media outlet that allows anyone across the  gl...

Computer Building Club talks community service

Evan Shi, club member and freshman, starts off the meeting by checking the computer he is working on for Net-Literacy. Shi starts off by plugging in the computer to make sure it is properly working.

Anna Klauz

March 22, 2019

Computer Building Club continues to produce refurbished computers for Net-Literacy with 15 active members attending club meetings every Wednesday. Ethan Welp, club president and senior, said he likes the positive edge the club gives to students who may want to give back to the community while doing som...

Here’s the Scope: Despite opposition, people should keep horoscopes alive, appreciate their true purpose

Here's the Scope: Despite opposition, people should keep horoscopes alive, appreciate their true purpose

Anna Klauz

February 22, 2019

Astrology dates back to the ancient days when the divination by the stars was an essential practice to find a glimpse of your future endeavors. A modern-day twist has been implemented shifting its focus more on the social science aspect of psychology rather the observational science it used to be enterta...

Computer Building Club to continue to refurbish for Net-Literacy

Evan Shi, club member and freshman, starts off the weekly meeting by checking the software of a computer donated by Net-Literacy. This is Shi’s first year as a Computer Club member.

Anna Klauz

February 1, 2019

Computer Building Club will continue to refurbish computers for Net-Literacy throughout the second semester. The club has refurbished around 80 to 90 computers this school year.  Ethan Welp, club president and senior, said he hopes to refurbish 10 to 15 more computers by the end of the third quarte...

Remembering the Holocaust: Jewish cooks on how they preserve Jewish Culture through cooking

Anna Klauz and Misha Rekhter

January 28, 2019

As part of Holocaust Remembrance day on January 27, social media editor Anna Klauz and managing editor Misha Rekhter ask Jewish Americans about preserving Jewish Culture through cooking.   Stacy Myra, First Generation Jewish American What type of food did you make? Blintzes, they are ...

Where Is The Love?: Retail stores should consider transitioning into a more culturally diverse music playlist during the holidays

Where Is The Love?: Retail stores should consider transitioning into a  more culturally diverse music playlist during the holidays

Anna Klauz, Reporter

December 14, 2017

In the spirit of the holiday season, the overplayed Christmas music craze has commenced. From “Santa Baby” to “White Christmas,” most of us can admit to songs like these being stuck in our heads at one point or another when coming out from our favorite retail or grocery stores. As an ethnic Jew,...

Russifying Carmel. Russian should be offered as a language at CHS

Russifying Carmel. Russian should be offered as a language at CHS

Anna Klauz, Reporter

October 26, 2017

As a first-generation American in my family, it is seemingly inevitable that I would exist in a multicultural, bilingual household. With English as my second language, I spoke solely Russian until age five. However as I was introduced to an American way of living, my grip on my Russian heritage has slippe...

Path to the future: Carmel City Council plans expansion of bike-friendly paths

Photography teacher Kevin Daly prepares his bike before commuting home after school. Daly said he supports the addition of new bike paths and trails in Carmel, especially because he bikes 22 miles to and from CHS on a daily basis.

Anna Klauz, Story

March 17, 2017

Bruce Kimball, City Council member and resident of Carmel, is a bike advocate. He shared his passion for new urbanism, walkable cities and bike friendly paths with the hopes of incorporating more of this into our city for attraction, convenience and opportunities. Kimball said he and his fellow City Council ...