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Back in Business: As Abercrombie & Fitch recently reopened in Indiana, students, staff consider how companies recover from past mistakes

Back in Business: As Abercrombie & Fitch recently reopened in Indiana,  students, staff consider how companies recover from past mistakes

November 16, 2018

Abercrombie & Fitch (A&F) recently reopened at the Fashion Mall at Keystone on Nov. 9. While A&F closed down at the Circle Center, Castleton and Fashion Malls in 2016 due to sales decreases, the company is now making a rebound in Indiana. According to Robert “Bob” Browning, IB Business...

Following a year of controversy, Duke Energy expects to begin construction on Rohrer Rd substation this month

Following a year of controversy, Duke Energy expects to begin construction on Rohrer Rd substation this month

Lillian He, Aditi Kumar, and Hari Patel

October 25, 2018

During the fall of 2017, Duke Energy announced it would be build a new 12 kilovolt (kV) substation and install 69 kV power lines north of the Autumn Overlook neighborhood on Rohrer Road. According to Community Relations Manager, Mark LaBarr, though Duke believed the new substation was necessary to meet...

Don’t Ignore It. CHS students should address, not ignore controversial issues.

Don’t Ignore It. CHS students should address, not ignore controversial issues.

Raiha Zainab

December 14, 2017

Here in our lovely city of Carmel, everything has always looked appealing and attractive. After all, we live in the number one city in America. We go to a great school. Everyone seems to be rich and happy. Everything is just perfect. Except it isn’t.  Moving to Carmel in seventh grade, I had a cer...

Controversy Caution. Think about gratitude instead of current controversies this Thanksgiving season.

Controversy Caution. Think about gratitude instead of current controversies this Thanksgiving season.

HiLite staff

November 17, 2017

Feeling tense on the Internet? it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the current political climate in our society, with controversies constantly bringing tension to people all across the country. While such internal conflicts are far from being resolved, everyone should pause and remember that differences in opinions can...

CHS students express opinions on the controversy behind historic film

CHS students express opinions on the controversy behind historic film

Janzen Greene, Reporter

October 13, 2016

"The birth of a nation” was released to thousands of theaters across the U.S. last Friday. The movie is based off a true story and is set in America during 1831. The film is about Nat Turner, the slave who historically led a uprising in hopes of freeing him and his fellow slaves. Leading up to the film...

Views on scientific topics conflict between scientists, public

Allen Zheng, Feature Reporter

September 16, 2016

A Pew Research study conducted in 2015 showed subjects where research is an important factor have caused controversy among scientists and others. With a difference in large opinion, scientists and the public each often think the other is not as informed. For instance, genetically-modified foods have caused a major disp...

Cutting Edge Comedies pushes boundaries

Cutting Edge Comedies pushes boundaries

entertainment

April 24, 2014

Cutting Edge Comedies, a comedic CHS production that will show twice on April 27 at Studio 15, will consist of several shorts that aim to cover taboo topics while entertaining the audience. According to Michael Muldowney, student director and junior, the show is unprecedented in that it is completely stude...

Say Goodbye, Richard Sherman. Excessive trash talk can overshadow players’ skills.

Say Goodbye, Richard Sherman. Excessive trash talk can overshadow players’ skills.

sports

February 27, 2014

If you ask any fan, the biggest matchup to watch in the last Super Bowl would have been that between the two quarterbacks, Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson, the veteran who already had a title and the sophomore who was taking the league by storm. However, as the final seconds ticked away in the NFC ...

Olympic Controversy. Homosexual discrimination remains a major concern as Sochi Olympics approach.

sports

January 23, 2014

While the world turns their eyes to Sochi, Russia this February for the Winter Olympics, many will see some of the most daring and gifted athletes in the world compete in a variety of events that will test their minds, bodies and souls. They will witness the beautiful resort city of Sochi, nestled in...