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Making the Cut: As students schedule for next year, classes at J. Everett Light prepare them for professional careers

Making the Cut: As students schedule for next year, classes at  J. Everett Light prepare them for professional careers

Kalea Miao and Jessica Mo

January 25, 2018

On the campus of North Central High School in Indianapolis lies the J. Everett Light Career Center. In the cosmetology department, music plays as student cut, color and style hair. Senior Windle Fray chats with her client as she cuts, blow dries and straightens the light-blonde locks of her client. The two l...

Senate Holds Winter Dance, Plans for Future

Senate Holds Winter Dance, Plans for Future

Kalea Miao

January 20, 2018

According to Senator and junior Tim Metken, the winter dance was last night in the Fieldhouse after the men’s basketball game against Pike High School. Admission was $5 and the theme was anti-formal, Metken said. “We’re hoping a good turn-out. I think last year our attendance was 200, so if we...

Senate Plans for Care to Share Presents Delivery

Senate Plans for Care to Share Presents Delivery

Kalea Miao

December 7, 2017

According to student body president Ben Goldberg, Senate is currently working on collecting gifts from SRT classes for Care to Share. Goldberg said SRT classes have received their assignments and will be giving the gifts to Senate during SRT today and Wednesday.             “For Care to S...

Senate Continues to Work on Care to Share

Senate Continues to Work on Care to Share

Kalea Miao, Reporter

November 20, 2017

  According to Senator and senior Dalton Thompson, about 100 SRT classes have signed up for Care to Share, resulting in about 56 total people being sponsored. SRT classes should have gifts ready for collection by Nov. 19, Thompson said.             "The majority of people requested three ...

Not Just Teens. Adults, teens alike should be aware of dangers of texting and driving

Not Just Teens. Adults, teens alike should be aware of dangers of texting and driving

Kalea Miao, Managing Editor

November 17, 2017

As a teen driver, i follow all the rules: hands on nine and three, feet comfortably on the pedals and phone out of my hand. With Teen Texting and Driving week upon us, teen drivers will hear that last rule more than they already do, as teens are stereotypically seen as the most common perpetrators, too...

Senate Plans for Care to Share with New Donation Levels

Senate Plans for Care to Share with New Donation Levels

Kalea Miao

October 24, 2017

According to Michelle Foutz, Senate sponsor and economics teacher, Senate is now planning for Care-to-Share, an annual fundraiser to buy gifts to support underprivileged families in Hamilton County. SRT classes can sponsor on 3 levels: full person, half of a person, and a quarter of a person. This year,...

Senate Plans for Bus Driver and Administration Appreciation

Senate Plans for Bus Driver and Administration Appreciation

Kalea Miao, Reporter

October 3, 2017

According to Michelle Foutz, Senate sponsor and economics teacher, Senate is now planning for Administration Appreciation Day and Bus Driver Appreciation Week starting Oct. 16. According to Foutz, appreciation weeks are a large part of what Senate is involved in. "We've got a calendar for all the different...

Senate Continues to Work on Homecoming

Senate Continues to Work on Homecoming

Kalea Miao, Managing Editor

September 11, 2017

After finishing the Blood Drive last Friday, according to Senate sponsor Michelle Foutz, Senate is now working on Homecoming this week. She said Homecoming is Saturday at 8 p.m., and tickets are available during lunches for $15. They will be $20 at the door. “(This) week is Homecoming week, so we have spirit days and we ha...

Coming Together: IB Students Participate in World Conference, Show Growth of Program

Coming Together: IB Students Participate in World Conference, Show Growth of Program

Kalea Miao, Reporter

August 15, 2017

The International Baccalaureate (IB), is an educational foundation founded in 1968 but has only been offered at CHS for a little over a decade. In these past years, the program has grown in enrollment and, recently, offered a major opportunity to Alyssa Highberg and Carly Chia, IB students and seniors. ...

Water You Doing: While citizens of Flint, Mich. fail to get clean water, Hollywood makes a movie out of the problem.

Water You Doing: While citizens of Flint, Mich. fail to get clean  water, Hollywood makes a movie out of the problem.

Kalea Miao, Section Editor

February 23, 2017

Since April 2014, Flint, Mich. has faced an ongoing water crisis. The event has been discussed by news stations, celebrities and politicians, yet remains unsolved. Now, according to Deadline, the TV station LifeTime is planning a TV movie entitled “Flint” which covers the crisis. Though the mo...