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Students, Director of Transportation evaluate environmental benefits, disadvantages of electric vehicles

Students, Director of Transportation evaluate environmental benefits, disadvantages of electric vehicles

Avery Carlisle May 2, 2023

Junior Akul Chinthala’s family is part of the small number of American families to own an electric vehicle, specifically a Tesla Model 3. He said his family decided to purchase the vehicle partially...

Ring Ring

Ring Ring

Maddie Misterka and Grace Guo March 30, 2023

With International Women’s Day on March 8, take a look at some movies that don’t pass the Bechdel test, learn about other diversity-based media tests [MUSE]

Maddie Misterka March 7, 2023

Media Tests: Bechdel Test: The Bechdel test is the most famous diversity test for media with three criteria. One, there are at least two named female characters, two, they speak to one another, and...

With World Scouts Day on Feb. 22, Scouts, Scout leader believe scouting is one of most rewarding experiences in their lives

With World Scouts Day on Feb. 22, Scouts, Scout leader believe scouting is one of most rewarding experiences in their lives

Maddie Misterka February 22, 2023

Alec Zeitlin, Eagle Scout and senior, joined Cub Scouts in first grade after hearing his dad tell him stories about his time in Boy Scouts of America (BSA), and said he thinks scouting has been a life-changing...

A couple holds hands in the CHS hallway. Junior Will Strines said that it is important to manage your own personal time along with your dating time well.

Students, teacher weigh positives, negatives of high school relationships

Royce Brown February 14, 2023

Junior Will Strines sat in his honors chemistry class last year taking notes until a girl caught his eye. He said she seemed cool, so he started getting to know her over Snapchat. Little did Strines know,...

Becca Howard, CHS Democrats vice-president and sophomore opens a meeting of the Carmel Democrats club to discuss political current events. Howard said she thinks schools should encourage students to be involved in their community more than they presently do to promote a more educated future generation of voters.

With political polarization increasing, students, teachers work to combat biases, improve governmental education

Maddie Misterka February 7, 2023

In Indiana, all high school students are required to participate in a government or civics class in order to graduate. According to social studies teacher Mickey O’Toole, this requirement is one of...

As winter holidays approach, people should engage more in holiday cheer

As winter holidays approach, people should engage more in holiday cheer

Maddie Misterka December 14, 2022

At midnight on Nov. 1, I routinely lay down and listen to two songs: Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You” and Straight No Chaser’s “12 Days of Christmas” holiday medley. Out of...

Sophomore Becca Howard reflects on the effects of self-improvement on personal identity.

In light of “It Girl” and “Glow Up” trends, effects of self-improvement, comparison at this school viewed positively, negatively

Maddie Misterka November 21, 2022

Senior Peyton “Pey” Henney has been posting on her fitness Instagram since September 2019. According to Henney, she wanted to make the account to teach people about self love and healthy ways to...

SROs introduce new officers, plan class involvement

Maddie Misterka October 7, 2022

The CHS School Resource Officers (SROs) (SROs) are planning on helping teach lessons to classes, meet students and continue to get new officers accustomed to this school. Their focus on safety continues...

SROs plan greater involvement in education, communication with students

Maddie Misterka September 14, 2022

The CHS School Resource Officers (SROs) look forward to the 2022-2023 school year with intentions to get involved in classrooms, meet more students and form a board of students to voice concerns and suggestions...

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...

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