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Do Something Club to host Walk-a-Thon for Veterans

Do Something Club to  host Walk-a-Thon for Veterans

Adam Spensley

April 19, 2019


Filed under Carmel Community, CLUBS, NEWS, Print, Recent Updates, School Updates

On May 11, noon to 5 p.m. at the Carmel Stadium, the 22nd International Festival and Walk-A-Thon will take place through efforts from the Do Something Club. The main goal of the event is to generate funds in order to support veterans who are struggling with mental illnesses and Post Traumatic Stress...

CHS to begin building new crosswalk near trail this spring

CHS to begin building new crosswalk near trail this spring

Rhea Acharya

January 24, 2019


Filed under Carmel Community, NEWS, news-top, Print, Recent Updates, School Updates

During this spring and summer there will be construction at the trail end intersection as well as along 136th Street in order to allow for safer pedestrian traffic here. Ron Farrand, director of facilities and transportation for the Carmel Clay Schools District, said, “(The construction will) provide a defined crosswalk that will have flashing lights that...

Q&A with sculptor and senior Julia Emerson, who uses recycled materials for pieces

Q&A with sculptor and senior Julia Emerson, who uses recycled materials for pieces

Selena Liu

December 13, 2018


Filed under 15 MINUTES OF FAME, Recent Updates

Why do you think people should explore art? I think it’d be good for people to take the Intro to 3D arts or some of the more three-dimensional arts to get some more exposure, because I wouldn’t have known I was good at art if I didn’t take jewelry class. If I (had) taken a drawing class, ...

School Board President Layla Spanenberg discusses plans for upcoming term following reelection

Rhea Acharya

December 13, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Recent Updates

Apurva Manas As a group, do you think you work well together? Why do you think you all got re-elected?     “I think we work very well together. I think what is unique to our board is that we have five individuals from different backgrounds and different perspectives. And the fact that we can all bring to the board these different perspectives can ...

Q&A with senior Audrey Satchivi, who competed in the Jeopardy! Teen Tournament

Q&A with senior Audrey Satchivi, who competed in the Jeopardy! Teen Tournament

Richa Louis

November 16, 2018


Filed under 15 MINUTES OF FAME, Recent Updates, Uncategorized

How did you get onto Jeopardy? I took a teen test in April; they were advertising it on Jeopardy the night before, so I signed up and took the test. (They said), “We’ll tell (you) within 18 months if you’re (going to) be on the show.” Two months later in June, I got an email from them; I had go...

Q&A with DJ, music producer Ethan Meneghini

Q&A with DJ, music producer Ethan Meneghini

Josie Cruzan

October 25, 2018


Filed under 15 MINUTES OF FAME, Recent Updates

How did you start DJing? When I was eight- it was near my birthday that year and I was about to turn nine- my step dad introduced me to Skrillex’s music, and that was the first introduction to electronic music that got me into producing electronic music. I started producing later that year when I...

Tennis players,coaches reflect on adding recreational team, “Ex-O Squad,” to accommodate larger team size

Satvik Kandru

October 25, 2018


Filed under Men's Tennis, Recent Updates, SPORTS

Carmel tennis is one of the few “no-cut” sports at this school. That itself can create a problem unique to the sport: a lack of space to accommodate all of the players on the team. To combat that problem, former Head Coach Spencer Fields added the “Ex-O Squad,” formerly known as the exhibition section of the team. This addition brou...

Carrying on the Legacy

Carrying on the Legacy

Selena Liu

August 14, 2018


Filed under 15 MINUTES OF FAME, Recent Updates

Tim Metken Describe your role as SBP. So there’s the Senate, and that’s what I oversee and get to be a part of. We put on a lot of (the) homecoming festivities; there’s two blood drives every year, there’s the winter dance, and a few other random (events). Also, a lot of us help out with rai...

Playing Off the Field: Students reflect on importance, benefits, trade-offs of off-season training

Playing Off the Field: Students reflect on importance, benefits, trade-offs of off-season training

Sameen Siddiqui

May 18, 2018


Filed under Recent Updates, SPORTS, Uncategorized

For many sports, off-season training has been a vital part for student athletes to help prepare for their regular seasons. According to Joey Schmidt, varsity football outside linebacker and junior, off-season training is important because it helps athletes build their strength and speed for the following se...

Short on STEM: CHS STEM teachers share thoughts on teaching qualifications as new Senate bill addressing teacher shortage is proposed

Short on STEM: CHS STEM teachers share thoughts on teaching qualifications  as new Senate bill addressing teacher shortage is proposed

Michelle Yin

April 20, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Recent Updates, School Updates

Last month, Indiana Republican Senators Andy Zay, Dennis Kruse, and Jeff Raatz authored a bill to address the lack of qualified teachers in Indiana. Senate Bill 387 would create a career specialist permit, which allows individuals who have professional experience but have not obtained a teaching license...

Making the Cut: As students schedule for next year, classes at J. Everett Light prepare them for professional careers

Making the Cut: As students schedule for next year, classes at  J. Everett Light prepare them for professional careers

Kalea Miao and Jessica Mo

January 25, 2018


Filed under Cover Story, FEATURE, Recent Updates, Top Story, Uncategorized

On the campus of North Central High School in Indianapolis lies the J. Everett Light Career Center. In the cosmetology department, music plays as student cut, color and style hair. Senior Windle Fray chats with her client as she cuts, blow dries and straightens the light-blonde locks of her client. The two l...