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Being a jack of all trades promotes innovative thinking, should be embraced

Being a jack of all trades promotes innovative thinking, should be embraced

Lorna Ding February 9, 2024

I am a dabbler—a jack of all trades, master of none. I’ve played violin and cello and taken hip-hop dance and art classes. I wanted to be an actress for the longest time, so I joined an acting summer...

Students, counselors discuss motives for, benefits of early graduation for upperclassmen

Students, counselors discuss motives for, benefits of early graduation for upperclassmen

Evelyn Foster December 14, 2023

Junior Jatin Gourishetty said he has aspirations of being a Navy SEAL, and since he wants to do so as soon as possible, early graduation is the route he’s taking to accomplish his goal. Gourishetty said...

Junior Ariyanna O’Neal drawing for her Human Body System notes. “I love how Carmel is able to offer classes that can get you a headstart on your career path,” ONeal said.

Students, teacher share experiences across state education systems

Lily Hao November 17, 2023

Senior Claire Fackler, who attended school in Idaho up until this year, said she noticed major differences between the education she received in Idaho in comparison to CHS. “I have an IEP (individual...

Sophomore Eric Zhu sits on a toilet with his laptop open. Zhu said that his company Aviato is a way for people to engage in venture capitalism anywhere, anytime. (Submitted photo: Eric Zhu)

Students reflect on job experiences, apply them to future careers

Royce Brown April 8, 2023

Junior Hayden Kress fidgets with his pen as he works on completing his homework for precalculus/trigonometry. Tapping the pen on his desk, twisting the cap and clicking it, he does anything to keep himself...

New Polytechnic department: Q&A Brad Sever and Chard Reid

New Polytechnic department: Q&A Brad Sever and Chard Reid

Helena Wang January 27, 2023

Brad Sever, CHS assistant principal Could you briefly describe what the new polytechnic department is? Essentially, we’re not adding any new departments; what we’re doing is we are combining...

Members of the Rising Stars club discuss their excitement for the new year. According to junior Sam Tiek, the CHS theater programs have provided him with amazing opportunities to learn  about the world of theater.

Rising stars, former Broadway actress discuss goals, difficulties in pursuing theatre

Avery Carlisle January 20, 2023

January is National Rising Stars Month, and it aims to draw attention to people looking to showcase their talents. As junior Sam Tiek gets closer to graduating, he said he decided to continue his musical...

Chard Reid, Prairie Trace Elementary Assistant Principal, returns to CHS as first Internship Coordinator

Chard Reid, Prairie Trace Elementary Assistant Principal, returns to CHS as first Internship Coordinator

Ryan Zhang September 17, 2022

Chard Reid, incoming Internship Coordinator What led up to you becoming an Internship Coordinator? Well, just my experience at CHS was a piece that I think has prepared me for this role and then...

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...

Melinda Stephan

Curbing the College Cost: In light of National Scholarship Month, college and career programming and resources coordinator Melinda Stephan explains process for scholarships

Emily Sandy November 15, 2019

What are the different types of scholarships? Need-based aid is based on your family’s finances, meaning you can get a grant or a scholarship based on your need. There are also what we call merit-based...

Career Ready: Senior Lexi Dungey discusses her  experience in the J Everett Light program (JEL)

Career Ready: Senior Lexi Dungey discusses her experience in the J Everett Light program (JEL)

Anna Klauz September 20, 2019

What is JEL? It’s a program where students can learn more about different careers that they may be interested in and get training for the job they want to do. It’s at North Central High School every...

Sophomore Shannon Xie works on the finishing touches of her acrylic artwork during art cWlass. She said she is extremely picky with which types of paints she uses and usually brings them from home.

Creativity takes courage: With International Arts Festival this weekend, student artists weigh whether to pursue art as career

Emily Carlisle and Grace Xu September 21, 2018

This weekend, Carmel plans to host its 21st annual Carmel International Arts Festival (CIAF). The festival will consist of over 130 juried artists, food vendors, entertainment, as well as an “Art Rocks!”...

Griffin Gonzalez, CHTV anchor, WHJE director and senior, looks at the camera before going on air. Gonzalez said he loves broadcasting because he wants to inform his audience of important news.

Broadcasting into the future: CHTV, WHJE students reflect on potential impact of proposed budget cuts for broadcasting industry

Riya Chinni February 23, 2018

Radio transmissions have been around since the late 19th century, starting in 1894 with “wireless” transmissions of Guglielmo Marconi and his telegraphy system. In 1912, Marconi opened the world’s...

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