School Resource Officer (SRO) Shane VanNatter sits in a chair at the Main Street Barber Shop in downtown Carmel at the end of the 2020 No-Shave November events. VanNatter said officers from the Carmel Police Department participate in the “Shave Off” to help raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. “We all go in that morning and they will shave (our beards) into patterns and stuff for us. Everybody has their photos taken and we try to raise some more money during the Shave Off, he said.

Q&A with School Resource Officer (SRO) Shane VanNatter on his, Carmel Police Department’s participation in No-Shave November

Royce Brown November 12, 2021

What is No-Shave November? “It’s a national effort to raise awareness and raise money for a number of health issues that generally affect men. We (at the Carmel Police Department) have an officer...

Q&A with senior Gurleen Kaur on her avid interest in astrology and zodiac charts

Q&A with senior Gurleen Kaur on her avid interest in astrology and zodiac charts

Maryam Hafeez October 22, 2021

How long have you been interested in astrology and what sparked your interest? I’ve been interested in astrology for as long as I can remember. It was always in the background of my life because...

English teacher Tony Dunham explains how to correctly analyze texts. He said he encourages his students to frequently ask questions.

Teachers explain importance of asking questions, understanding students

Chenyao Liu and Arya Pinnamaneni September 28, 2021

National Ask A Stupid Question Day on Sept. 28 was created to encourage students to ask questions they were previously afraid to ask.  Carl Sagan, scientist and educator, coined the phrase, “there...

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