Humans of CHS

Humans of CHS

Emily Sandy and Marissa Ryan

May 21, 2020

Senior Lindsay Bickett At the beginning of the quarantine, I mainly focused on the negatives. I would get really upset and angry that this virus had to come at the end of my senior year. However, as quarantine went on, I came to terms with what I had lost and instead focused on how what we were doing...

With Mardi Gras on March 5, CHS students, staff discuss impact of francophone world

MARDI GRAS MASKS: Andrea Yocum, French teacher and world language department chairman, presents a mask for Mardi Gras and a New Orleans mug, where Mardi Gras originates. Most French classes at CHS celebrate Mardi Gras each March to experience the culture of New Orleans, the primary francophone region in the United States.

Marissa Ryan

February 22, 2019

While french is only one  of the many world languages offered at this school, the concept of  the francophone world, which educators teach to French students here, poses an impactful statement on international cultural influence. Francophonie encompasses more than justthe language spoken in France...

Students use athletic talent to give back during holiday season

Students use athletic talent to give back during holiday season

Marissa Ryan

November 16, 2018

Victoria Nopporn This thanksgiving, while many families will wake up, ready to smell turkey roasting in the oven, Audrey Kaul, women’s cross country runner and junior, plans to be at the annual Wheeler Mission Drumstick Dash. The race not only donates to Wheeler Mission, a foundation that prov...

Health center starts the school year back up and welcomes students with health related needs

RN Kandyce Hardie looks through paperwork information on her computer. Hardie got early paperwork out of the way while no students were requesting her help.

Marissa Ryan

August 28, 2018

The health center continues to provide a healthy place for students as RN Kandyce Hardie already carries a full plate for the beginning of the 2018-19 school year. Hardie said the health center is multitasking finishing the start of the school paperwork, as well as helping the large number of students ...

Phoning at the Fair: CHS students, teachers discuss the use of phones at the Indiana State Fair

Marissa Ryan

August 15, 2018

As summer rears to a close, the festivities don’t have to. The Indiana State Fair, rated one of the top state fairs in the midwest by Forbes magazine is just beginning. Not only is the fair voted one of the best entertainment attraction in the region but offers a wide array of opportunities for stud...

Health center finalizes end of school year work and prepares for the fall

RN Kandyce Hardie helps a student with medication. Hardie made sure the student took the appropriate pills at the right time of day.

Marissa Ryan

May 15, 2018

The health center continues to provide a healthy place for students as RN Kandyce Hardie waves goodbye to cold and flu season, and welcomes students embodying stress and anxiety for the end of the semester. Hardie said via email, “ Our main focus is to ensure all medications are picked up by parents or d...

Within the Lens: With rise of social media platforms, CHS students explore different modes of artistry

Sophomore Ayman Bolad takes a photo of sophomore Maclean Wood on a retro car. Bolad contacted Wood to collaborate on setting up the outdoor photo shoot.

Hannah Gretz, Kassandra Darnell, and Marissa Ryan

April 20, 2018

It didn’t take long for sophomore Ayman Bolad to become interested in photography. “A friend of mine was working on something with photography and I thought it was so cool; I wanted to do that. That is when I became interested in photography,” Bolad said. “I take pictures to simply take pictures....

Transparency: As Transgender Day of Visibility on March 31 approaches, CHS student shares his insight about the environment for transgender students at Carmel

Senior Eli Lucas stands in front of a colorful angel wing mural in the freshman center. He said being accepted as transgender was very uplifting. A YouTuber himself, Lucas said watching other transgender YouTubers gives him an “If he can do it, so can I” attitude.

Riya Chinni

March 23, 2018

March 31 marks international transgender Day of Visibility— a day established in 2009 as a way to celebrate transgender people and to raise awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide.

Health center involvement in school blood drive

Kandyce Hardie sits in the health center on her computer. Hardie scrolled through updates of spring blood drive plans.

Marissa Ryan

March 18, 2018

The health center continues to provide a healthy place for students as RN Kandyce Hardie works to equip for the end of the school year. As the end of the school year nears, the health center prepares for involvement in the spring blood drive. Hardie said via email, “We will assist in recovering stu...

Broadcasting into the future: CHTV, WHJE students reflect on potential impact of proposed budget cuts for broadcasting industry

Griffin Gonzalez, CHTV anchor, WHJE director and senior, looks at the camera before going on air. Gonzalez said he loves broadcasting because he wants to inform his audience of important news.

Riya Chinni

February 23, 2018

Radio transmissions have been around since the late 19th century, starting in 1894 with “wireless” transmissions of Guglielmo Marconi and his telegraphy system. In 1912, Marconi opened the world’s first radio factory, and in 1920, a station in Detroit broadcast the first radio news program. Sixt...

The Internship: Students at CHS begin to correlate electives they take with internships in order to boost their success in fields of interest

Sophomore Elissa Hage looks at a jarred specimen with her teacher during her principles of biomedical science class. Hage said she enjoys pairing her class with her internship.

Marissa Ryan

January 25, 2018

After taking the required core classes, students at CHS have many opportunities to choose elective courses to take along with those classes, allowing them to incorporate creativity in their schedule.  Students like sophomore Meredith Ho take that opportunity one step further. Ho, a photography stud...