Key Club members volunteering for Mental Health Fair

March 2, 2018

With Mental Health Awareness week going on, Key Club members are volunteering to help promote the event. Executive and class board members will be running booths during lunch hours on March 2. Each booth has different information for the students who visit. The booths will be at the cafeteria with a c...

Key Club volunteering for daddy-daughter dance, interviewing for next year’s staff

February 8, 2018

Key Club members are currently getting ready to volunteer at the daddy-daughter dance hosted at the Monon Center and the YMCA on Feb. 9. The Monon Center and the YMCA both host this dance every year for elementary school girls and their dads to go. Key Club President Kiki Koniaris said, “We have a l...

Key Club members collecting for the Indiana Youth Group

January 23, 2018

According to Kiki Koniaris, Key Club president and senior, Key Club members are currently volunteering for the Indiana Youth Group. They are creating a collection for donation. She said, “We’re collecting various items for them, like snacks, office supplies and cleaning supplies.”  The Indian...

Key Club to do bellringing and help with Holiday Spectacular

December 3, 2017

Key Club members are volunteering to bell ring at local Kroger stores to collect donations for the Salvation Army. Katie Kelly, assistant sponsor of Key Club, said, “We’ll have 25 or 30 [members] help out with bell ringing.” Key Club members will take time to work shifts on this weekend and the upco...

Hands of Hope: With natural disasters becoming increasingly common, CHS students, staff think about how to plan for the future

English teacher Danielle Jansen works with senior Noah Huber during SRT. According to Jansen, IB Creativity Activity Service students are working to help raise funds for hurricane disaster relief from Hurricane Harvey.

Avery Thorpe

October 26, 2017

One hundred thirty two mile per hour winds, nine days of rainfall and $190 billion worth of destruction. This is the impact Hurricane Harvey had on southeast Texas, where the tropical storm hit the hardest. Harvey was a Category 3 storm. A few weeks later, a similar scenario played out when Hurricane Irma...

Key Club members work on Coats for Kids drive

October 24, 2017

Key Club members are currently working on the Coats for Kids drive, a program where used coats are donated to Hamilton kids in need. Key Club is only one of the groups who have collected coats for the drive. Club president Angelike "Kiki" Koniaris said via e-mail, “We’ll help Hamilton County Kids ...

Mixing It Up: Students, professors reflect on the definition of mixed race in modern society

Allison Li, Beats Editor

December 12, 2016

Junior Kiki Koniaris is Korean, Pennsylvanian Dutch and Grecian. Despite being of mixed race, Koniaris said she believes race should not define a person. “I feel like (how you define yourself) should be based off of personal attributes in general,” Koniaris said. “Because if you start definin...

Key Club to help run Cherry Tree Elementary School science fair

Kiki Koniaris, Key Club member and freshman, plans to volunteer for the Cherry Tree Elementary School science fair. There, club members will run check-in and judge and score projects. MELISSA YAP / PHOTO


February 4, 2015

In the past month, Key Club members worked alongside Cherry Tree Elementary School students, helping them prepare for their science fair by planning displays and gathering research. On Feb. 5, club members will finish their work with the Cherry Tree students at the science fair from 5:30 to 8 p.m. ...