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Senior Class is inactive, officers plan to help for other events before graduation

Leah Tan

January 16, 2019


Filed under Online Only, Recent Updates

The Senior Class is currently inactive; however, the officers themselves have been continuing to work. The next event that the Senior Class officers are responsible for is graduation; however, planning has yet to start. Senior Class Secretary Hannah Nist said, “We have not started to plan yet regardin...

Cafeteria offers more options second semester, asks for additional feedback

Andrew Caito

January 13, 2019


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In the new year, the cafeteria has started selling new items. The main differences to the lunch items from last semester are the Cuban sandwich and an extra day of French toast on the three-week cycle. “I was excited for the Cuban sandwich and after yesterday, it really turned out pretty good,” Ma...

Analyzing the Epidemic: Despite Juul Lab’s declared efforts to stop the youth vaping epidemic, it should face severe consequences for its role in initiating the problem in the first place

Alanna Wu

January 11, 2019


Filed under Online Only, Recent Updates

I’ll be the first to admit that I haven’t had much experience with Juuls, aside from the occasional empty pod in the stadium parking lot or the sickly-sweet smell of mango clouding the bathroom air. But it’s hardly a secret that vaping is a serious issue at CHS, as well as in most high schools...

Let’s get this Banana Bread [Food From Yu]

Let’s get this Banana Bread [Food From Yu]

December 20, 2018


Filed under BLOGS, Food From Yu, Online Only, Recent Updates, Top Story, Uncategorized

It's the holiday season! That means lights strung on homes, shopping for gifts to the family, and spending time watching movies and enjoying time with your loved ones. For me, the holidays mean...FOOD!

From the Heart: In face of excessive consumerism, students should consider making handmade gifts during holiday season

From the Heart: In face of excessive consumerism, students should consider making handmade gifts during holiday season

December 13, 2018


Filed under PERSPECTIVES, Print, Print Columnists, Recent Updates

As a 16-year-old girl, one might assume I spend countless hours on end shopping and going to the mall, as many of my peers do. To be fair, I was once in a similar place to those people, sleeping overnight outside waiting for the best deal on Black Friday and spending countless hours and money on gi...

Be Ethical: Students should research brands to encourage fair labor practices, dissuade exploitative child labor

Be Ethical: Students should research brands to encourage fair labor practices, dissuade exploitative child labor

Raiha Zainab

December 13, 2018


Filed under PERSPECTIVES, Print, Print Columnists, Recent Updates

The holiday season is all about love, food, snow—and best of all: gifts. ‘Tis the season when Santa comes to town and we show our love for each other through a pile of presents underneath the Christmas tree. However, while this season of giving is an amazing time for most, there is an underlying cost...

Junior Ellie Austin

Junior Ellie Austin

Kris Otten

December 13, 2018


Filed under Humans of CHS, Recent Updates, STUDENT SECTION, Uncategorized

“During the holidays, I do a lot to help out, specifically through my church. I often help out at the Carmel United Methodist food pantry which is really eye opening. I also sell Christmas trees in the parking lot to help raise money for the Youth Program which I am very active in. It’s like a fa...

Extended Culture: Students, teachers consider impacts of having extended family live far away, cultural benefits that come along

Extended Culture: Students, teachers consider impacts of having extended family live far away, cultural benefits that come along

Grace Xu

December 13, 2018


Filed under FEATURE, Recent Updates

This winter break, junior Maria “Mars” Stefanidou will be visiting her relatives for the holidays. However, for Stefanidou, it won’t be the run-of-the-mill driving to grandma’s house type of visit—instead, she’ll be flying all the way to Greece. “We’re going to be going (to Greece and...

Oreo Pop-Tarts

Oreo Pop-Tarts

December 13, 2018


Filed under Recent Updates, STUDENT SECTION

This recipe was submitted by junior Thomas Gimeno, who said he tried out this recipe for the first time during one of his annual hiking trip in North Carolina for a part of the Appalachian Trail with his mother. He said now it's a tradition for the two of them to eat these treats before the hikes. ...

Soft Sour Cream Cookies

Soft Sour Cream Cookies

December 13, 2018


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This recipe was submitted by junior Julianne Sendon, who said this recipe is relatively new to her family, as it belongs to the family of her sister's boyfriend. She said this new recipe represents the changing of traditions, as well as growth in their household. She said although these are just cookies,...

Senior Nathan Aditya

Senior Nathan Aditya

Kassandra Darnell

December 13, 2018


Filed under Humans of CHS, Recent Updates, STUDENT SECTION

“I’m part of Select Sound, which is the audition only a capella group, and what we do during the holidays is go around to retirement homes, other schools, charities (and) fundraisers, and we carol. It’s really good because not only do we draw a lot of people in, (but it’s also) good for us ...