After Indianapolis designated one of most wasteful American cities, Carmel community works to spread awareness, defy stereotype

After Indianapolis designated one of most wasteful American  cities, Carmel community works to spread awareness, defy stereotype

Sowmya Chundi

October 24, 2019

In his free time, sophomore Ethan Stoehr is an avid recycler and plastic collecter. In his room, Stoehr has bins full of plastic waste spanning from salad forks to shampoo bottles. He said that by creating a “plastic stockpile,” he’ll try and convince his mom to stop buying plastics once she ...

Best Buddies looks forward to annual Friendship Walk

Molly Crosby, Best Buddies member and freshman, talks to her buddy during SRT. Crosby has been involved with Best Buddies since she started middle school and is excited to participate in her fourth Best Buddies Friendship Walk this year.

Riya Chinni

April 15, 2019

Best Buddies club members are currently looking forward to the annual Best Buddies Friendship Walk which will take place at the White River State Park in Indianapolis on April 28. The Friendship Walk is the largest event the club participates in during the school year, as it invites all high school a...

Teens for Life club continues to look for sponsor, plans for national adoption month events

Sophia Tragesser, Teens for Life president and senior, and Michael Greener, Teens for Life treasurer and junior, meet in the library to discuss future club plans. The club has not found a sponsor yet, and the members have scheduled meeting with possible sponsors throughout the week.

Anushka Dasgupta

September 29, 2017

According to Sophia Tragesser, Teens for Life club president, Teens for Life club has not yet found a sponsor for this year and has meetings scheduled with possible sponsors throughout the next week. Tragesser said she encourages students to join the club, and to let her know if they have a possible s...

Students at CHS disagree with Trump’s former executive order

On Jan. 29, junior Alexis O’Brien went to a Trump protest at the Indianapolis International Airport to protest against the president’s executive order to temporarily ban immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries. O’Brien made a sign saying “We Love You,” in Arabic, French and English. She said that she doesn’t support Trump’s order because not all immigrants are terrorists and because the issue blocked some Americans who were returning back to the US from one of those countries.

Allison Li, Beats Editor

February 21, 2017

Junior Alexis O’Brien   Did you agree with Trump’s decision? Can you see where he’s coming from? Not at all. I don't agree with Trump’s policies. I agree that vetting could be a little stronger but that was extreme and I know plenty of people from those countries who aren...

Time to Ask for the Bill

Time to Ask for the Bill


May 17, 2016

Wow. Look where we are. After over a year of everything from appetizers to dessert, it is time to let go. We’ve reviewed Indy’s best, delivered top lists for every occasion, and truly given to you, the students, a valued food perspective on one of the nation's most underground and burgeoning food...

Students to run in Drumstick Dash for charity on Thanksgiving morning

Students to run in Drumstick Dash  for charity on Thanksgiving morning


November 13, 2015

On Nov. 26, there will be an estimated 16, 750 runners that will line up together in Indianapolis to run the annual Drumstick Dash. At this 13th anniversary run, the Drumstick Dash will entail three separate races: a 4.6 mile competitive run/walk and a 2.5 mile fun run/walk for a $28 registration fee...

Where to Go in Broad Ripple?

Where to Go in Broad Ripple?


November 11, 2015

From popsicles to acai bowls, you can bet that you will find it in Broad Ripple. Broad Ripple is Indy’s eclectic neighborhood on the Northside that historically has had a hippie-vibe, but recently has grown to become more of a foodie haven. Don’t know where to eat? I got you covered! Below is the...




October 28, 2015

Smell that scent? It's the greatest new business to come to Indy in 2015, Amelia’s Bakery! Although it has existed at farmers markets and in Bluebeard for a handful of years, this is the bakery’s first storefront location. The bakery is in the heart of the foodie haven of Fletcher Place. It is locate...

Artsy vs Diversity

Artsy vs Diversity


October 12, 2015

Walking through the streets of Broad Ripple, wanderers can find anything from a small French bakery with cake fit for a queen to vinyl shops crammed with old treasures. Junior Francesca Smith is one of these wanderers and has been one for far longer than most CHS students. A former resident of Indianapo...