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Senior Class active as Graduation quickly approaches

Senior Class secretary Hannah Nist reads the New York Times Upfront Magazine published by Scholastic Inc. The publication is specifically driven towards highschool students. According to Nist, she reads it in order to gain inspiration for her Yearbook class.

Leah Tan

May 18, 2019

The Senior Class is currently active as the school year closes to its last month. According to Senior Class secretary, Hannah Nist, the officers helped the Junior Class officers plan for prom, which took place on Saturday, May 4, and are now preparing for graduation on May 30. “We mainly just helped the junior...

Senior Class is inactive but officers still prepare

Leah Tan

December 6, 2018

The Senior Class is currently inactive. According to Meredith Lipps, Senior Class President, the officers have yet to receive any instructions from the sponsors and administrators, so little action has been taking regarding the next upcoming event: graduation. Despite that, the officers have been pr...

Big Game Club teams with Cabinet to support cancer research

Club president Meredith Lipps plans future events for Big Game Club. “We would love the support from more students as we continue the sports seasons,” Lipps said.

Robbie G­­­­­­e

November 15, 2018

Brad Pearson, sponsor of Big Game Club, has announced that the club has united with Cabinet to raise money for cancer research. “We joined forces with Cabinet to raise money for pediatric cancer research in honor of Tyler Trent, whom is a Purdue student and Carmel resident,” Pearson said. Notably,...

Senior Class takes a break before preparing for graduation

Leah Tan

November 11, 2018

The Senior Class is currently inactive before they prepare for their next big event, graduation. Their previous event that they were responsible for was Homecoming, so as of now they have been taking a break. Meredith Lipps, the Senior Class president, talks about graduation and the committee’s respons...

Students, staff explain deeper impact of building Homecoming playhouses

Marissa Ryan

September 21, 2018

Senior class president Meredith Lipps is a veteran of the annual Homecoming playhouse build. While she participates in other charitable activities, the three year veteran said she values the event, which involves building and decorating a child’s prefabricated playhouse from beginning to end in one a...

Greyhound Nation Executive Board works to raise spirit for upcoming baseball games, also raise money for teachers battling cancer

Math teacher Wendy Bass schedules some events. While Bass isn’t an integral part of the Board, she helps out with administration related issues.

Uday Lomada

May 16, 2018

As many of the spring sports have either already started or start very soon, the Greyhound Nation Executive Board is using this upcoming baseball match to help raise spirit for the CHS baseball team as they start season. However, they are also working to help raise money for two teachers who have can...

Greyhound Nation Executive Board works to raise spirit for upcoming baseball games, works around weather and academic problems

Greyhound Nation Executive Board works to raise spirit for upcoming baseball games, works around weather and academic problems

Uday Lomada

April 18, 2018

As many of the spring sports have either already started or start very soon, the Greyhound Nation Executive Board is using this upcoming baseball match to help raise spirit for the CHS baseball team as they start season. “As always, we are working to raise attendance to all of the events that CHS...

Prom tickets to start selling in late April

Prom tickets to start selling in late April

April 1, 2018

Prom sponsor Cristen Cassler said the tickets for this year’s prom will begin selling in late April. She said the Junior Class officers decided to stick with the modern contemporary design concept they arranged for the dance for the ticket design as well. Cassler also said she scheduled Lifetouch ...

Greyhound Nation Executive Board works to raise spirit for upcoming match

Math teacher Wendy Bass typing out some notes for Greyhound Nation Executive Board. While Bass isn’t an integral part of the Board, she helps out with administration related issues.

Uday Lomada

March 23, 2018

As many of the winter sports come to an end and spring sports start next week, the Greyhound Nation Executive Board is using this upcoming basketball match to help raise spirit for the CHS basketball team as they play in the State Tournament tomorrow, March 24. “At this upcoming game I think we are ...

Greyhound Nation Executive Board works to figure out leadership for next year

Math teacher Wendy Bass typing out some notes for Greyhound Nation Executive Board. While Bass isn’t an integral part of the Board, she helps out with administration related issues.

Uday Lomada

March 1, 2018

As many of the winter sports come to an end and spring sports start next week, the Greyhound Nation Executive Board uses this lull to figure out leadership positions on the Board. “Since there isn’t as much going on right now and we have already planned out as far as we are willing to go, we ar...

Greyhound Nation Executive Board wins award, continues to show support for winter sports

The banner that the Greyhound Nation Executive Board made hangs in the varsity gym. This banner is just one of many projects.

Uday Lomada

December 12, 2017

           Throughout Indiana, schools have been competing to win the award of the WISH-TV Zone Championship Banner, given to the school with the most student support throughout all of the events, games and matches that have transpired. Recently, CHS has won this award thanks to the help that Bi...