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Studying Abroad: Broader than you think: Students assess benefits of studying abroad in high school compared to traditional classroom

Studying Abroad: Broader than you think: Students assess benefits of studying abroad in high school compared to traditional classroom

Leah Tan and Angela Chen April 10, 2020

Like many students here, junior Zoe Edwards is currently enrolled in a world language class; however, unlike many of them, Edwards participated in the IU Honors Program in Foreign Languages (IUHPFL)...

Junior Ava Hutchison (left) visits the Academie Nationale de Musique with her IUHPFL exchange group in France over the summer of 2018. Hutchinson said her summer program allowed her to learn more about France.

Fighting a Language Battle: Students, staff discuss Carmel’s foreign language learning opportunities throughout high school compared to internationally

Tara Kandallu, Maddie Kosc, Robbie Ge, and Raphael Li January 24, 2019

Junior Ava Hutchison walks down the hall with purpose, but stops when she sees someone who is familiar to her, her French II teacher, Kim Manlick. Although she was planning to go class early to study,...

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.

Students at CHS disagree with Trump’s former executive order

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...

Finding how it works (Q&A): Parker Lawrence is a CHS student who is working on his own game engine, programming language, and computer.

Finding how it works (Q&A): Parker Lawrence is a CHS student who is working on his own game engine, programming language, and computer.

Michelle Yin, Reporter October 20, 2016

What inspired you to pursue these projects in making your own game engine, and computer? PL: I’m really fascinated with how things work, so if I get an explanation of how something works, I don’t...

Students, teachers reflect on the  importance of continuing one’s desire to learn

Students, teachers reflect on the importance of continuing one’s desire to learn

entertainment May 19, 2016

The most notable observation when describing high school students is that the large majority of their time is usually spent in traditional classrooms acquiring knowledge and learning. However, several...

Every Single They. We should accept and embrace the natural evolution of language.

perspectives April 23, 2016

Language is ever-changing. there’s a reason why you don’t hear Shakespearean English while walking down the street. I’m not using “doth” or “thou” in my writing, and that’s because, over...

Bilingualism offers students advantages in cognitive control

Bilingualism offers students advantages in cognitive control

feature April 27, 2012

Fluent in both French and English, junior Eleanor Spolyar considers herself to be a bilingual. At home, Spolyar’s mom speaks to her in French while her dad speaks to her in English. Spolyar said,...

Latin Club to have callout Sept. 7

Beats September 5, 2011

Latin Club will have its first callout meeting of the year on Sept. 7 after school. Caren Rickett, club sponsor and Latin teacher, said, “Latin Club is getting together outside of the classroom, hanging...

The Universal Language

feature March 25, 2011

Although English is widely taught and spoken around the world, students discover importance of learning other languages when traveling abroad. By Sarah Yun <[email protected]> It was three years...

Lost in the Melting Pot

feature November 20, 2009

Second-plus generation immigrants are losing their heritage in modern American society, especially the ability to speak another language By Rebecca Xu <[email protected]> The music blares. People...

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