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Interview with Courtney Taylor; Community Relations Liaison for Carmel Clay School

Viyang Hao

January 23, 2020

Who have you tasked to do this job and why?  The “CCS Rebranding Project” began… in the fall of 2018. This project has always been comprised of two components–creating a new tagline for the district and then creating a new logo for the district. Last fall, we offered the opportunity to our CHS DECA s...

Prank Time: With the end of the school year coming up, faculty should consider allowing a senior prank

Prank Time: With the end of the school year coming up, faculty should consider allowing a senior prank

Apurva Manas

April 19, 2019

We seniors have spent nearly four years at this school and current seniors have gone through seven finals weeks, SATs/ACTs, ISTEP exams and much more. Most of us have experienced high amounts of stress with academics and athletics consuming most of our time. With that in mind, where is the time for ...

With Homecoming week approaching, students, staff reflect on long-standing CHS traditions, discuss new changes

Though much as stayed the same over its 131 years of existence, this year, CHS is making big changes

Rhea Acharya

September 21, 2018

Near the end of the school day on Aug. 17, as Lara Staton, varsity women’s tennis player and junior, walked through the E halls, crowds of students cheered her on from either side. This was not Staton’s first time being honored for her accomplishments in tennis; it was her first time, however, being...

A (Peaceful) Fight for Peaceful Change: Students, leaders reflect on the utilization of peaceful protests

MARCHING ON:
Senior Emily Pattyn protests along with others at the anti-Donald Trump rally on Nov. 12. “I don’t know how to get (Trump) to see what Emily Pattyn wants, but I think having him see the struggles people go through (is positive),” Pattyn said.

Lin-Lin Mo, Feature Reporter

March 16, 2017

Taking a leap of faith filled with democratic passion and a tinge of nervousness, Emily Pattyn, first time protest participant and senior, marched with hundreds of like-minded individuals from the Indiana State House to Monument Circle and back again on Nov. 12. Pattyn said she texted her mother ask...

#Activism. Why Ann Coulter is great and terrible.

#Activism. Why Ann Coulter is great and terrible.

perspectives

August 13, 2014

On Tuesday, April 16, 2014, 230 schoolgirls, as reported at cnn.com, were kidnapped by the Islamist extremist group, Boko Haram. The entire world reacted in horror and shock at the abduction. People all over the world took to the Internet, uniting under the rallying cry #BringBackOurGirls. Photos, ...

Community leaders work with federal government to address environmental concerns

News

January 23, 2014

Having served as co-chair of the Energy Independence and Climate Protection Task Force for the U.S. Conference of Mayors and having signed the conference’s Climate Protection Agreement, Mayor Jim Brainard now is also one of 26 members of the White House State, Local and Tribal Leaders Task Force on...

New technology brings change in media

acumen

March 13, 2009

By Shireen Korkzan <[email protected]> Not long ago, The Indianapolis Star issued two newspapers a day. Now it’s only one. In the near future? Probably none. Instead, The Indy Star might be exclusively online, like many other newspapers across the country have become recently. Print...