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Regifting leaves previous gifter, recipient unsatisfied; Regifting is beneficial when proper etiquette is used

Regifting leaves previous gifter, recipient unsatisfied; Regifting is beneficial when proper etiquette is used

Uma Kandallu and Calina He

December 12, 2019

As we approach the holiday season, many people frantically try to figure out what their friends and family would enjoy for gifts. Sometimes, the lack of money or time that we have catches up to us and we regift something we have already received. While this practice may prove to be an inexpensive and t...

O’ Christmas Tree: Students put up Christmas decorations, not necessarily for religious aspect

Sophomore Elle Nichol sets up miniature Christmas trees over her fireplace.  Nichol said she incorporates her German tradition with Christmas.

Richa Louis

December 14, 2017

Like many people  during this time of the year, freshman Shreya Sinha has a Christmas tree full of lights and ornaments sitting prominently in her house. But Sinha isn’t a Christian, and she said she puts up the decorations for other reasons. “We decorate (Christmas trees) because it’s fun,...

Giving Back. Donating to others is important all year round, not just during holiday season.

Giving Back. Donating to others is important all year round, not just during holiday season.

HiLite staff

December 14, 2017

Care to Share, the annual holiday fundraiser sponsored by the student senate, starts in November and ends right before finals week. Senate assigns the SRTs a goal value of money raised and collect funds throughout the entire month. SRTs then use money to buy gifts such as clothes and toys for peopl...

Avoiding the Brand Mania: As holiday season approaches, CHS students should keep in mind products associated with name brands are not necessarily of higher quality

Alanna Wu

November 26, 2017

Adhi Ramkumar Last year, I discovered the phenomenon that is Supreme for the first time. I remember seeing the iconic red box with white lettering pop up on magazine covers, in my social media feeds and my daily life in general. At first, I was terribly confused as to why everyone had collectively d...

Working students able to spend time with family, friends when stores close during holiday season

Senior Savannah Federspiel spends time with her brother at home. She said workers deserve to spend time with family and friends during the holiday season.

Contributor

December 12, 2014

Senior Savannah Federspiel won’t be working at Piada on Christmas, one of the busiest shopping days of the year. She didn’t work on Thanksgiving, either. Because of Piada’s company policy, she won’t be working on any other major holidays. Like Federspiel, many other working students will not...

World language department to organize Christmas caroling

Beats

December 8, 2013

With the upcoming holiday season, the world language department will have its annual Christmas caroling on Dec. 11 and 12. According to Andrea Yocum, activity organizer and French teacher, participation depends on each teacher and their class schedules. However, should they choose to take part in...

Economic situation threatens dance ticket sales

perspectives

November 20, 2008

By Amy Flis <[email protected]> With performances of the “Nutcracker” fast approaching, dance companies around the country look forward to their biggest revenue-provider of the year. However, the economic downturn this year could spell trouble for the companies. Read More »...

Students need to find positive in economic downturn

perspectives

November 20, 2008

OUR STAND: Instead of dwelling on financial difficulty this winter, students should keep in mind what the season is all about. The current economic situation is clearly taking a toll on everyone, and despite Carmel’s perceived well-to-do location, the city is not excluded from that equation....