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Greyhound Connections plans to host new student breakfast on April 17

Greyhound Connections plans to host new student breakfast on April 17

Armaan Goel

March 22, 2019


Filed under CLUBS, Online Only, Recent Updates

Greyhound Connections, a club helping sophomores, juniors and seniors new to CHS adjust to the school, plans to host a new student breakfast on April 17. “We are also planning a breakfast for new students and their teachers that we are going to do on April 17 during the Late Start,” Sloan Belve...

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

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

Lillian He

January 24, 2019


Filed under NEWS, Recent Updates

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 with the way computers worked and I knew I wanted to change the way they worked and just make progra...

Greyhound Connections Hosts New Student Breakfast

Armaan Goel

November 2, 2018


Filed under CLUBS, Online Only, Recent Updates

Greyhound Connections, a club helping sophomores, juniors and seniors new to CHS adjust to the school, is hosting a new student breakfast this Wednesday, during Late Start. “(This) Wednesday, its a late start on Halloween, we are doing a breakfast,” Jackson Adams, Greyhound Connections president and senior, s...

Data Defense: EU’s data protection regulation may safeguard CHS students’ privacy at expense of higher cost

Armaan Goel

October 25, 2018


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Print, Recent Updates

The EU recently passed legislation called the general data Privacy Regulation (GDPR), which places tighter restrictions on the data that technology companies can collect and what they can do with it. This puts more power in the user’s hands to decide what companies are allowed to have their data a...

Dealing with Dyslexia: Students, teachers reflect on new bill regarding dyslexic students

Dealing with Dyslexia: Students, teachers reflect on  new bill regarding dyslexic students

Armaan Goel

May 18, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Print, Recent Updates

The recently passed Indiana Senate Bill 217 looks to provide dyslexic students with additional assistance to overcome their disability. It states that schools must screen students for risk factors of dyslexia, as well as employ a reading specialist to work with dyslexic students. Alissa Bandejas...

Game On: Game development becomes an increasingly popular hobby, endeavor for students

Game On: Game development becomes an  increasingly popular hobby, endeavor for students

Armaan Goel

April 20, 2018


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, entertainment-top, Recent Updates, Top Story

Video games are a common pastime for many CHS students. Games such as “Overwatch” and “Fortnite Battle Royale” are becoming increasingly popular among the student body. But for some students like senior Matthew Konkoly, he’s more interested to see how games work and he’s started designing t...

Convenient or Creepy? : With technology innovations, students should consider the privacy implications of the products they choose to use

Convenient or Creepy? : With technology innovations, students should consider  the privacy implications of the products they choose to use

Armaan Goel, Entertainment Reporter

February 23, 2018


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Print, Recent Updates

Tech companies try their hardest to further integrate technology into our lives. Not only do companies have access to a device we carry around everywhere—our phones—the current push for an “internet of things,” the interconnection via the internet of computing devices in everyday objects, enabling...

Under Construction: Carmel Plans for new construction projects to develop and beautify the city

Under Construction: Carmel Plans for new construction projects to develop and beautify the city

Armaan Goel and Emily Dexter

October 26, 2017


Filed under Carmel Community, NEWS, Uncategorized

Over the coming months, some parts of Carmel will begin to look a bit different, with multiple large-scale construction projects underway or about to break ground. According to Joshua Kirsh, engineering administrator and city planner, one of these projects, a new ice skating rink, is set to open ar...

A Sporting Difference: Students, teachers discuss inequality seen in sports at this school

A Sporting Difference: Students, teachers discuss inequality seen in sports at this school

Darrell Cheng, Writing Coach

May 19, 2017


Filed under Online Only, SPORTS

CHS offers its students a wide variety of sports in which its students may partake in. Despite the vast quantity of available sports, however, quality remains as a discrepancy. Currently, some CHS sports such as hockey and lacrosse are unequally recognized by the school. CHS lacrosse player and junior...

More than Music

More than Music

Armaan Goel, Reporter

May 1, 2017


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Recent Updates

The 2016 election was one of the most polarizing elections in recent years, leading all groups of people to use different platforms to discuss political ideas. From newscasters to YouTubers, intense discussions happened over controversial issues. Rappers are just one of the groups getting involved wi...

Second Chances: Samsung has a chance to rebound after complications with the Note 7

Second Chances: Samsung has a chance to rebound after complications with the Note 7

Armaan Goel, Entertainment Reporter

February 23, 2017


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Print, Recent Updates

When the Note 7 was unveiled on Aug. 2, 2016, it seemed to be the perfect handset. It had a gorgeous display, a wouldn’t say best-in-class camera and an innovative iris scanning technology. As verge.com put it, “The Note 7 is quite a few steps ahead its competitors.” However, news coverage of the ...

After earning InvenTeam grant, CHS InvenTeam goes to MIT to present project at Eurekafest

After earning InvenTeam grant, CHS  InvenTeam goes to MIT to present project at Eurekafest

Armaan Goel, Story

January 24, 2017


Filed under NEWS

This year CHS InvenTeam has been selected to be one of the 15 teams from around the country to receive the prestigious InvenTeam grant. The InvenTeam is program is offered by Lemelson-MIT an organization that is the cooperation between the Lemelson Foundation and MIT. InventTeams are groups of high sch...