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Senior Maylee O’Brien took this picture in the summer of 2018 at the Cliffs of Moher. O’Brien said, “I was especially excited for the Cliffs of Moher because they’re a site for ancient Irish legends and Harry Potter films.”

With St. Patrick’s Day on March 17, students, teachers talk about Irish culture, stereotypes at CHS

Chenyao Liu March 17, 2021

Despite growing up in the U.S., senior Maylee O’Brien always felt connected to her Irish heritage. “A couple years ago, my family visited Ireland and it was probably my favorite trip of all time,”...

In light of Veterans Day, military connection greatly impacts military families, veterans

Maddie Misterka, Student Section Reporter November 11, 2020

With Veterans Day, occurring today on Nov. 11, people all over the world remember the sacrifices and efforts of veterans and current military personnel. Specifically, military families and veterans are...

Freshman Joseph Sandy sits in the Freshman Cafeteria by himself. “I expected negativity, but instead I got positivity,” Sandy said.

Students reflect on experience of coming out of quarantine after having COVID-19

Kruti Subbannavar, Feature Reporter September 24, 2020

It’s hot in the classroom. Junior Emily Long lowers her mask to take a sip of water. A classmate jokingly quips, “Don’t pull down your mask,” and Long is reminded of the fact that she is a COVID-19...

That's a (long) Wrap: “How To Train Your Dragons 3” shows how large  time gaps between originals, sequels affect viewership

That’s a (long) Wrap: “How To Train Your Dragons 3” shows how large time gaps between originals, sequels affect viewership

Isabella White February 22, 2019

The "Incredibles,” “Finding Nemo,” “How To Train Your Dragon”—all were movies that wedged their way into the hearts of children and adults alike, despite having one other commonality that would...

Freshman Gracie Coleman crafts the edge of a clay pot. Coleman said she expects far less cheating in her ceramics class, especially when compared to her more traditional classes. NIVEDHA MEYYAPPAN / PHOTO

Honesty is the Only Policy in Project Based Classes

feature September 12, 2013

During second period on Blue Days, the easiest thing to notice in Room C123, where freshman Gracie Coleman is in her Ceramics I class, is the whirring sound of the pug mill, which mixes up dry clay with...

Foreign-born students balance American and immigrant identities

Foreign-born students balance American and immigrant identities

News May 23, 2013

Senior Victor Rodriguez said he took his favorite vacation in the summer of 2007: a road trip through Mexico, from Mexico City to the Yucatan Peninsula. He and his family spent time exploring Mayan ruins,...

Model U.N. members to have convention March 13 and 14

Beats March 12, 2013

Model U.N. members will travel to the IUPUI campus in downtown Indianapolis on March 13 and March 14 to debate about their countries and committees. Members have been preparing for the convention all season...

Females can apply for combat positions but must prove equal in physical strength

Females can apply for combat positions but must prove equal in physical strength

News February 22, 2013

In the span of two minutes, senior Melissa Williams completes 49 push-ups while the guy behind her reaches 46. She’s holding her own during the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) at the Muncie Armory... ...Rewind...

Females can apply for combat positions but must prove equal in physical strength

News February 22, 2013

In the span of two minutes, senior Melissa Williams completes 49 push-ups while the guy behind her reaches 46. She’s holding her own during the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) at the Muncie Armory... ...Rewind...

Model U.N. members to start studying

Beats February 7, 2013

Recently, Model U.N. had a meeting to discuss the committee assignments and topics. Students should now begin to prepare in anticipation the Model U.N. convention in March. Last week, sponsor Peter...

Model U.N. still waiting for groups

Beats January 10, 2013

Before winter break, Model U.N. members turned in their registration forms and their requests for the countries that they would like to represent at the Model U.N. convention in March. Students have yet...

Although students and staff accept he possibility of the world ending, preparation methods vary

Although students and staff accept he possibility of the world ending, preparation methods vary

acumen December 4, 2012

About three years ago, freshman Mehar-Un-Nisa “Mehroo” Athar had an epiphany. Earlier that evening she and her friend went to see “2012,” a science fiction movie portraying the end of the world....

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