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In light of recent Fair Oaks incident, students, dietitian explain experience with, reasoning behind vegan lifestyles

In light of recent Fair Oaks incident, students, dietitian explain experience with, reasoning behind vegan lifestyles

Grace Xu

August 13, 2019

The day after Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the winter of 2018, junior Carmen Broadnax suddenly decided to never eat meat again. And not just meat, either. She’d chosen to cut out all animal-related foods from her diet, including dairy, seafood and egg. In other words, she’d simply decided to beco...

School district to implement new anti- vaping program in middle, high schools

School district to implement new anti- vaping program in middle, high schools

Adam Spensley

May 23, 2019

The first section will discuss the consequences and dangers of e-cigarette use, the second section will emphasize making good choices, the third section focuses on advertising tactics and talking points of e-cigarette companies and the fourth section discusses refusal skills to avoid being pressured into e...

K-8 Mentors continue to meet with their students at Carmel elementary and middle schools

K-8 Mentors continue to meet with their students at Carmel elementary and middle schools

Michelle Hong

February 27, 2019

According to mentor and senior Cameron Clark, the K-8 mentors are continuing to meet with their assigned students every Gold Day during SRT. He said, "I joined the program because I’ve done a lot of work with like peer-facilitation and with special needs kids, like being able to help and mentor people....

Application for next year’s K-8 Mentors due late January

Application for next year’s K-8 Mentors due late January

Da-Hyun Hong

January 16, 2019

Robin Pletcher, K-8 Mentoring and AP Psychology teacher, said she is currently in the process of interviewing candidates for next year’s K-8 mentoring program. She said the application includes the completion of a rating sheet by three teachers and is usually due at the end of January. “I like to lo...

TWEET IT OUT: CHS students discuss the importance of public figures using social media platforms to bring awareness to social issues

TWEET IT OUT: CHS students discuss the importance of public figures using social media platforms to bring awareness to social issues

Da-Hyun Hong

December 14, 2017

BTS, one of the most representative korean pop (K-pop) boy bands, launched their “LOVE MYSELF” campaign to support UNICEF’s prevention of violence against children and teens this year. According to the K-pop group, the meaning behind the trending hashtag is to “Find love in myself, embrace people...

Makeup Your Confidence: Makeup can be used to build self-confidence and love

Makeup Your Confidence: Makeup can be used to build self-confidence and love

Da-Hyun Hong

November 28, 2017

RAVE ministries, a community of teenage girls “striving to live a more purposeful life,” established “No Makeup November” in 2012 to encourage women to not wear makeup all month and embrace their natural features. They made it clear that wearing makeup isn’t wrong, but having a healthy relationship...

Speech Team prepares for first competition on Nov. 5

Michelle Hong, Reporter

October 25, 2016

The members are preparing for their first competition on Nov. 5 in Fishers. According to club sponsor Jacleen Joiner, everyone participates in a specific event such as duo, drama, humor or interpretation.  Depending on the competition, there are three or four rounds, a final round, and an award ceremony.  ...