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African-American students sport natural hair,  celebrate Natural Hair Movement this Black History Month

African-American students sport natural hair, celebrate Natural Hair Movement this Black History Month

Anushka Dasgupta and Riya Chinni February 21, 2020

When people ask senior Kiara Garcia if they can touch her hair, she’s never offended. Instead, she said she uses these situations as an opportunity to educate others about her natural hair texture. As...

With scheduling for next school year underway, CHS classes attempt  to combine benefits of knowledge acquisition, real-world application

With scheduling for next school year underway, CHS classes attempt to combine benefits of knowledge acquisition, real-world application

Sam Hawkins and Uma Kandallu January 23, 2020

Senior Ruby Sanders wants to be an ecologist when she leaves high school. When she was younger, she loved being outdoors and was deeply fascinated by the inner workings of nature. Ecology seemed the natural...

Developing Carmel: Although it comes with downsides, Carmel’s increasing metropolitanization is beneficial

Developing Carmel: Although it comes with downsides, Carmel’s increasing metropolitanization is beneficial

Anushka Dasgupta, Ray Mo October 24, 2019

When driving through Carmel, there always seems to be more construction: a new roundabout, building or neighborhood. To many, these constant projects can be annoying—a hassle to avoid when trying to...

Senior Ellie Dyas rides her bike—cycling can be a team or individual sport. Dyas said she will often cycle in the front during team events so that her teammates behind her conserve energy to win at the end, since aerodynamics play a large factor in fast-paced road cycling.

Biking to Victory: Q&A with Ellie Dyas, award-winning cyclist and senior

Raphael Li October 24, 2019

When did you start cycling? I got into it about seven years ago. My dad had been doing it for a little bit, and then I went to a race and it looked really fun, so I started pretty soon after that. When...

New club, Timmy Global Health, raises  awareness for global medical issues

New club, Timmy Global Health, raises awareness for global medical issues

Pranav Jothirajah April 19, 2019

Can you give a brief description of what CHS Timmy is? CHS Timmy is a club that works to reduce global health inequity. Why was the club started? I am very passionate about helping others,...

COFFEE CHOICES:
Senior Mallory Cole twists the lid of a coffee jar at Soho Cafe. Many students currently go to Soho after school to study.

Soho Cafe to replace Monon Cafe and Sweets in March

Pranav Jothirajah February 22, 2019

In the coming months, the Monon Cafe and Sweets, which was located in the Carmel Clay Public Library (CCPL), will soon be replaced by Soho Cafe. The Monon Cafe and Sweets has been around the library...

CODING CRACKDOWN:
Evan Kenyon (center) and Joseph Paavola (left), Code for Change officers and seniors, work together on code. The club meets after school on Tuesdays.

Evan Kenyon, winner of Congressional App Challenge, Code for Change officer and senior, develops SRT pass app

Lillian He January 24, 2019

How did you get involved with coding? It started a long time ago. My dad has always been interested in it, and in elementary school I got a book (about) really basic coding because I was fascinated...

12.13 Entertainment Briefs

12.13 Entertainment Briefs

December 13, 2018

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Recycling Renovations: New recycling policy is an improvement, but would benefit from clearer instructions

Recycling Renovations: New recycling policy is an improvement, but would benefit from clearer instructions

December 13, 2018

In this day and age, with the planet’s temperature consistently increasing and sea levels rising, it’s vital to make little changes to culminate to a greater overall effect. However, it’s not hard...

MONEY MARKER:
Bryce Hull, DECA chief financial officer and senior, checks bills with a marker to ensure authenticity. Hull said this is part of DECA’s new protocol with larger bills.

CHS considers the recent rise in counterfeit money circulating throughout Carmel businesses, ways to prevent the influx

Natalie Khamis September 21, 2018

While on her way to work at Amanda’s Exchange, a local consignment shop on Carmel Drive, junior Katie Sankey received an unusual message from her manager. According to Sankey, the message warned all...

Interim Study Committee of Education discusses graduation pathways, no requirement for ISTEP

Interim Study Committee of Education discusses graduation pathways, no requirement for ISTEP

Pranav Jothirajah September 21, 2018

On Aug. 23, the Interim Study Committee of Education sat down at the Senate Chamber in Indiana to discuss issues related to counselor workload and a new way to attain a diploma, known as graduation pathways....

My Spine Doesnt Hold Me Back: CHS students discuss scoliosis, lack of awareness, impact on their daily lives

My Spine Doesn’t Hold Me Back: CHS students discuss scoliosis, lack of awareness, impact on their daily lives

Anushka Dasgupta May 18, 2018

By all measures, senior Lauren Salmon is very good at the viola. Salmon currently plays in the Camerata and Symphony orchestras at CHS and will attend the IU Jacobs School of Music in the fall to continue...

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