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A Stitch in Time: Sophomore Victoria Simich sews elaborate historical dresses

A Stitch in Time: Sophomore Victoria Simich sews elaborate historical dresses

Bianca Templeton

November 15, 2019

How long does it normally take you to make a dress? It varies. It depends on how busy I am. Two weekends ago, I made a dress in like a weekend because I knew what I was doing. But sometimes, it can take up to a month if I’m hand-sewing. I’ve done a regency era gown that I hand-sewed the entire t...

Model U.N. students recognized for 19 awards at IU conference, preparing for IUPUI conference

Model U.N. students recognized for 19 awards at IU conference, preparing for IUPUI conference

Sophia Hawkins

March 22, 2019

On Feb. 22 to 24, students from CHS Model United Nations competed at IU, and 19 out of 41 were recognized for awards. “That was actually the highest we’ve ever gotten in our history,” said Model UN adviser Sandy Gardner. She also mentioned plans to create a display case, which Model UN and the ...

Homecoming Past and Present: Students, staff discuss how Homecoming has changed over time, impacted on school spirit

Homecoming Past and Present: Students, staff discuss how Homecoming has changed over time, impacted on school spirit

Kassandra Darnell

September 25, 2018

With the football team in buses, the homecoming court in...

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...

CHS students, teacher to escort veterans to war memorials in Washington, D.C. on April 23

CHS students, teacher to escort veterans  to war memorials in Washington, D.C. on April 23

News

April 21, 2016

On Saturday, three juniors in IB History of the Americas will accompany veterans as guardians to visit Washington, D.C. The veterans range from World War II to the Vietnam and Korean Wars. Indy Honor Flight is an organization that honors veterans by sending them to the World War II monuments in Washington,...

National History Day (NHD) club members to compete in NHD state competition

National History Day (NHD) club members to compete in NHD state competition

News

April 21, 2016

On Saturday, 12 CHS students will compete in the National History Day (NHD) state contest at Ivy Tech Community College. Finalists from the regional competition were selected as one of the top three in their category. The categories include documentary, exhibit, paper, performance and website. Accor...

Black History isn’t black and white

Black History isn’t black and white

studentsection

January 21, 2016

Freshman audrey   Satchivi said her parents are from Africa and because of that, her family still strives to discuss their culture. “We always make an effort to talk about the history of Africans in America,” Satchivi said. African-Americans are the second largest non-white ethnic group in...

Pil-‘Grim’ History. People should acknowledge the true story of Thanksgiving’s oppressive history.

Pil-‘Grim’ History. People should acknowledge the true story of Thanksgiving’s oppressive history.

perspectives

November 13, 2015

Growing up in the suburbs of Boston, I was immersed in the history and culture of the northeast United States at a young age. I remember being in elementary school and learning about Thanksgiving and its origins. Everyone in the class was dressed as either a Pilgrim or a Native American as we discussed...