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Hear Our Voice: HiLite, other Indiana publications not immune to censorship unless New Voices Bill passes this legislative season

Hear Our Voice: HiLite, other Indiana publications not immune to  censorship unless New Voices Bill passes this legislative season

November 16, 2018

In 2017, it failed. in 2018, it failed again. but in 2019, if we make a strong case to our representatives, House Bill 1130 may finally pass and finally restore freedom of the press to student journalism in Indiana’s schools. HB 1130, known as the “New Voices” bill, would provide scholastic journalists...

CHS publications staffs earn awards from NSPA

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November 14, 2010

The HiLite newspaper staff received recognition in three Best of Show categories at the National Scholastic Press Association’s (NSPA) fall convention in Kansas City, Mo. The HiLite earned fourth place in the newsmagazine Best of Show category. In the newspaper special edition Best of Show category,...

Carmel High School publications win honors in national convention

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April 17, 2010

Twice a year, high school journalists from around the country meet at the National Scholastic Press Association conventions. Last fall, the locale was Washington, D.C., where Nick Clooney, father of George Clooney, gave the keynote speech. This spring, over 2,700 journalists congregated in Portland,...

HiLite staffers earn individual NSPA recognition

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September 11, 2009

Three members of the Carmel High School HiLite newspaper staff earned recognition from the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) in that organization’s annual contest to award individual achievement. Junior Rebecca Xu was one of only five finalists in the Editorial Cartoon of the Year com...

HiLite Online awarded NSPA All-American rating

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July 28, 2009

By Michelle Hu <[email protected]> Annually, the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) invites school publications to submit Web sites for critique. Sites are judged not only on their ease of use, but also substance. Judges seek out innovative ways to convey the story to viewers in the sch...