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Senior Sophia Hanna works on the roof of the Tiny Home during construction class. Hanna said she believes more women should take construction classes. I think you need both a man’s view and a woman’s view in order for things to function properly and to make changes that will be the most beneficial for us, she said.

Students, teachers challenge gender stereotypes in light of Women in Construction Week

Lorna Ding and Claire He March 10, 2022

Senior Sophia Hanna climbs a ladder to work on the roof of the “Tiny Home,” a house that will have running water, electricity and gas when it is completed. Hanna is one of two girls out of the 27 students...

In honor of popular girl group TLC’s reunion shows starting Feb. 17, read about career statistics, modern girl groups

In honor of popular girl group TLC’s reunion shows starting Feb. 17, read about career statistics, modern girl groups

Maddie Misterka February 17, 2022

Q&A with Hilary Ma, Sophomore and girl band lover Do you see a different appeal to boy bands and girl groups? In singing, (different groups) have different tones and vocal ranges, but also...

Q&A with senior Alex Rushinsky on poetry, inspiration

Q&A with senior Alex Rushinsky on poetry, inspiration

Maddie Misterka January 13, 2022

Is there any specific poet whose work you enjoy? I generally just stumble upon poems I enjoy or I have friends recommend them to me. I obviously would have a hard time labeling what genres I read....

Sophomore Vaishu Majji explores various Christmas candies, decorations and apparel. Majji said she enjoys celebrating Christmas as a secular holiday with her friends and family. “A lot of it is time with family, eating good food, and a lot of lights and presents,” she said.

Non-Christian students, teacher describe experiences celebrating Christmas

Claire He December 3, 2021

For sophomore Vaishu Majji, Christmas can be a unique way to spend time with family. Christmas is a Christian holiday which commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ. It is also statistically one of...

New Women’s Wrestling

Maddie Misterka November 23, 2021

Junior Maria Vega-Lara was a member of the girls rugby team when she was first introduced to wrestling.  “Our coach told us that she was helping out (with the new wrestling team) and so she encouraged...

Q&A with freshman Jackson Bowers on nature, Bob Ross inspired artworks

Avery Carlisle November 12, 2021

What sparked your interest in Bob Ross style painting? (I was) 12 or 13 and I was just watching a lot of videos back when those came out. Then one time for Christmas my parents didn’t really have...

Ella Ohrvall, softball player and senior, prepares to swing while at bat during a game. Ohrvall, who verbally  committed to DePauw University, said she plans on signing a National Letter of Intent in November to officially commit to DePauw.

Athletes, coaches ponder benefits of verbally committing to colleges before officially signing

Rohan Mahesh October 22, 2021

Ella Ohrvall, varsity softball player and senior, started her softball career when she was just 6 years old. Last year, when she was a junior, she verbally committed to play at DePauw University. She said...

Music Video Playlist: Staff Introductions  [MUSE]

Music Video Playlist: Staff Introductions [MUSE]

Hi everyone and welcome to Muse!  We’ve got a big crew this year that can’t wait to keep the ball rolling with MUSE. Instead of doing a simple introduction we thought it’d be best to switch things...

Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation accepts land donation, renovates parks

Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation accepts land donation, renovates parks

Chenyao Liu May 20, 2021

According to Michael Klitzing, Executive Director of Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR), the CCPR Board voted to accept a donation of 63 acres of land to build a park near the southwest corner of...

Q&A with junior Charlie Schuman  on playing, doing tricks with kendama

Q&A with junior Charlie Schuman on playing, doing tricks with kendama

Maddie Misterka May 17, 2021

Could you explain what kendama is? It’s basically a Japanese ball and stick game. There’s a “ken,” which has three cups on it, a bottom cup, and then two side cups, and then a spike. And then...

In light of Veterans Day, military connection greatly impacts military families, veterans

Maddie Misterka, Student Section Reporter November 11, 2020

With Veterans Day, occurring today on Nov. 11, people all over the world remember the sacrifices and efforts of veterans and current military personnel. Specifically, military families and veterans are...

Senior Alex Oritz wears a typical Bomba and Plena outfit, typically used to do traditional dances tracing back to afroindigenous roots.

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, students connect, honor their Hispanic background in different ways.

and Jasmine Zhang September 14, 2020

With Hispanic Heritage Month starting September 15, people all over the United States and countries such as Spain, Puerto Rico, and Mexico, will honor this month by recognizing and celebrating the history,...

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