Senior Elizabeth Kneifel creates, sells custom clothing

Senior Elizabeth Kneifel creates, sells custom clothing

Christian Ledbetter

August 13, 2020

What led you to start selling your butterfly sweatshirts?  I saw that specifically the butterfly sweatshirts I sell are really popular but (the originals are) really expensive. Most people don’t really wanna spend that much. So I thought if I make them myself just with craft supplies, it’s pret...

Senior Jaehee Kim starts embroidery business to pass time during quarantine

Senior Jaehee Kim starts embroidery business to pass time during quarantine

Da-Hyun Hong

April 29, 2020

Tell me a little bit about your embroidery business. I started it I think a month ago—a little into quarantine. The reason why I started it was because I always was interested in embroidering and I always liked doing it, but throughout the school year, I didn’t really have a lot of time that I f...

In light of COVID-19 pandemic, Asian restaurants face new challenges

Japanese restaurant Wild Ginger on 116th has temporarily closed in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and recent stay-at-home orders. Tiffany Zhou, co-owner and operator of the restaurant, said she is looking into offering takeout services.

Sam Hawkins

April 13, 2020

On March 16, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb announced that all restaurants would be required to close their dine-in services and shift to delivery and curbside pickup only. This has left many restaurant owners and their employees either with reduced income or no income at all, as many restaurants did...

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 course of action, a culmination of her lifelong curiosities.  Already, Sanders takes elective classes, such as bo...

Senior Loraine Lee

Senior Loraine Lee

May 23, 2019

“I used to be really involved in DECA, I still I am, but I used to be in love with DECA, DECA was like my life and everything I did and I was pretty good at it but sometimes you put in a lot of work for something and you don’t get that recognition that you want, it really makes you question how ...

Company Connection: Students, teacher discuss pros, cons of brand loyalty

Junior Connor Inskeep scrolls through the resell websites of Supreme clothing and accesories. He said most items tend to sell out within seconds on the original site.

Uday Lomada

March 22, 2019

Junior Connor Inskeep likes the fashion brand Supreme. Similar to others at CHS, Inskeep considers himself an avid follower of Supreme. Inskeep said his wardrobe has a whole section dedicated to Supreme and he keeps tabs on the new products the company produces. He said he recognizes the efforts Supreme ha...

DECA members to attend boot camp event on Feb. 16

Sophomore Sarah Ilmudeen uses the DECA website to access the calendar. She said,

Natalie Khamis

February 7, 2019

DECA members who have qualified for the state-level competition will attend a boot camp event on Feb. 16 at CHS. Loraine Lee, chief of roleplays and senior, said students who need to complete their 20 DECA points required for the state-level competition or want additional practice should plan to at...

DECA members to compete at district competition on Jan 12

Sophomore Zoha Aziz takes a practice roleplay in SRT to prepare for the upcoming district-level competition on Jan. 12 at CHS. She said,

Natalie Khamis

January 12, 2019

On Jan. 12, DECA members signed up in a roleplay cluster will compete at the district-level competition at CHS — the first competition of the season. Students will perform their roleplays in classrooms located in the business and English departments. Laura Cardamon, DECA co-sponsor and business teacher, said ...

Implementation of new software, tools in business classrooms to help DECA members practice for upcoming competition

 Senior Loraine Lee discusses potential roleplay categories with another DECA member. She said that she wants to help members find a roleplay that interests them because it will help motivate them to practice and do well.

Natalie Khamis

October 30, 2018

DECA members will use resources provided by the business department to practice for their events at the upcoming district competition scheduled for Jan. 12. Laura Cardamon, DECA co-sponsor and business teacher, said DECA has started to introduce a new software called “Competition University” to st...

DECA to host LEAD conference on Sept. 29

Sophomore Carolyn Rake helps a customer check out in the Carmel Café during SRT. She said,

Natalie Khamis

September 24, 2018

DECA will host its annual Leadership Experience and Development (LEAD) conference on Sept. 29 from 9 a.m to noon in the auditorium. “We’ve got speakers from around the community, experts in their fields, who are going to be coming in and talking about things like branding and marketing strategies...