Q&A with junior Abigail Abby Culver on  her art, poetry social media campaign

Q&A with junior Abigail “Abby” Culver on her art, poetry social media campaign

Pallevi Pillai September 23, 2021

How does your art impact your daily life? My art is my life. I find my purpose through taking my anger, love, childhood and injustice and turning it into something beautiful, usually music. What...

Yumi Colombo, president of Accents and senior, rehearses after school for the upcoming community shows. The shows’ set will be 1940s-themed, and Colombo said she cannot wait to perform again.

CHS show choirs modify spring competition season

Emily Carlisle March 18, 2021

This year, most groups and teams that compete or perform in any aspect have had to drastically change their plans of attack; the show choirs at this school are no exception. Last year’s show choir competition...

Graphic Perspective: The Fall of Good Music

Graphic Perspective: The Fall of Good Music

Joshika Sathyamathan March 18, 2021

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Q&A with junior Kendall Frobig on Girl Talk weekly podcast

Q&A with junior Kendall Frobig on “Girl Talk” weekly podcast

Emily Sandy February 20, 2021

Introduce yourself! Hi, my name is Kendall Frobig, I am a junior at Carmel High School and I have my own podcast at WHJE, the school’s radio station. It’s called “Girl Talk.” Girl Talk is a female...

Q&As with students on playing music through their church and impact on spirituality, themselves

Jillian Moore January 29, 2021

Sophomore Oliva Caves, Music Production When did you start to get involved with music production? I got involved with (music production) about a year ago, almost exactly. Religion was a factor because...

evermore: A Track By Track Review

evermore: A Track By Track Review

Wendy Zhu January 12, 2021

Taylor Swift has done it again, folks. If folklore came as a surprise, then evermore came as the shock of the century. In just 15 months, Swift has delivered three full studio albums: Lover, folklore and...

Mackenzie Edwards (right), lead singer of band Lightning in a Bottle and sophomore, sings outside with accompaniment from her bandmates. Edwards said that being involved with the band has allowed her to interact with a vibrant community and share music with others.

Entertainment Spotlight: Mackenzie Edwards, lead singer of band “Lightning in a Bottle” and sophomore, talks passion for music

Jillian Moore January 4, 2021

What inspired you to pursue music?   I can't really remember. I was like six when I started singing. But I don't know. What inspired me to go on was, I don’t know, singing or music, generally....

Brayden Meng, Daniel Ahn and Zachary Fan practice together. The group is planning to release a music video later this month.

Sophomores Daniel Ahn, Zachary Fan, Brayden Meng, Elliot Shi, Larry Wei make up singing, dancing hip hop dance group “Revelations2023”

Maggie Wheeler September 25, 2020

Tell us about Revelations2023. What are your goals as a group? Why did you create it? We’re a dance group made up of all sophomores. We formed because we wanted to do something impactful during our...

Q&A with Madison DelValle on interest in glam, hair metal

Q&A with Madison DelValle on interest in glam, hair metal

Emily Sandy September 25, 2020

What type of music are you interested in? I love eighties hair metal, glam metal, and heavy metal. And they're all sort of different, but they're all in the same kind of category.  Would you be able...

Sophomore Abigail Ko practices at the IU Jacobs School of Music as a part of the pre-college String Academy program. Ko said there is nothing like the program in Indiana and it’s the best she has experienced.

With in-person classes canceled, sophomores Abigail Ko, Natsume Wu continue to train as violin soloists at Indiana University (IU) pre-college String Academy program

Christian Ledbetter April 23, 2020

Abigail Ko When did you first play violin? “I think I was 5 or 6 and my friend's mom was a violin teacher and I was at that friend's house. I saw a girl come in and she was playing having her lesson...

Chad Andrews, DJ and English teacher, mixes music for the Yule Ball at the Carmel Clay Public Library. The event, inspired by the dance of the same name in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, was filled with food, music and dancing.

English teacher Chad Andrews is a professional disc jockey (DJ)

Cady Armstrong March 20, 2020

How did you first get into Djing? I first got into DJing when I was 14 years old. I just really enjoyed music. I wanted to do something, but I really didn't find my niche. I was in (a) band but it wasn’t...

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