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Trumping Expectations: Students, staff compare expectations during Trump’s campaign to those now

Trumping Expectations: Students, staff compare expectations during Trump’s campaign to those now

Angela Qian

October 26, 2017


Filed under FEATURE, Print

Junior Sasha Matsuki said she is generally disappointed but not surprised when she sees the latest news regarding President Donald Trump and his policies. However, Matsuki said she wanted to have positive expectations going into his presidency. “Before (Trump) won the election, everything that could have happe...

More than Music

More than Music

Armaan Goel, Reporter

May 1, 2017


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Recent Updates

The 2016 election was one of the most polarizing elections in recent years, leading all groups of people to use different platforms to discuss political ideas. From newscasters to YouTubers, intense discussions happened over controversial issues. Rappers are just one of the groups getting involved wi...

Future, Feminism, Fundamentalism: CHS students, teachers discuss how new TV show portrays current political and social climate

Future, Feminism, Fundamentalism: CHS students, teachers discuss how new TV  show portrays current political and social climate

Hannah Glazier, Reporter

April 20, 2017


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Print, Recent Updates

On Wednesday, the television version of Margaret Atwood’s, “The Handmaid’s Tale” will premiere on Hulu. The story follows the life of a handmaid named Offred as she journeys through a dystopian society which restricts women’s role solely to childbearing. At this school, The Handmaid’s Tale is a c...

Shades of Gray and Color. People should look beyond their points of view and hear others out.

Shades of Gray and Color. People should look beyond their points of view and hear others out.

Raiha Zainab, Reporter

March 17, 2017


Filed under Print Columnists, Top Story

"I would never be friends with someone who supports Donald Trump” were words I found coming out of my mouth during yet another political discussion with my friends one afternoon. My friends, a majority of whom share my political beliefs, nodded their heads vigorously and then proceeded to add even...

Politically Active Students: Gabi Ruderman, Women’s March

Politically Active Students: Gabi Ruderman, Women’s March

Raiha Zainab, Reporter

February 10, 2017


Filed under Online Only, Top Story

Surrounded by streets full of people and signs held up high, sophomore Gabi Ruderman was one of over three million worldwide who marched on Jan. 21. In downtown Indianapolis, she proudly held her sign saying, “Love is love and love trumps hate and we are stronger together.” For her, the march held the goa...

Late-night talk show hosts influence perceptions of presidential candidates

Late-night talk show hosts influence perceptions of presidential candidates

Amy Zhou, Reporter

October 13, 2016


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Print, Recent Updates

Late-night talk show hosts such as Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon are well known for their humorous takes on topics that may seem dull for some, such as politics. To some extent, talk shows influence how the audience views political candidates. According to Sebby Thatcher, Carmel High School Democrats C...

Who is on the ballot for the May 3 Indiana Primary

Who is on the ballot for the May 3 Indiana Primary

Contributor

May 1, 2016


Filed under NEWS, Recent Updates, Top Story

With the Indiana Primary coming up on May 3, many CHS students are eligible to vote. For a primary, voters will elect one person for every position to represent their party in the general election in November. In addition to the presidential nomination, Republican and Democratic primary voters will nominate...

Remember Who We Are. In light of issues discussed in political election, people should recall America’s optimistic culture.

Remember Who We Are. In light of issues discussed in political election, people should recall America’s optimistic culture.

perspectives

February 19, 2016


Filed under Print, Print Columnists

As I see more politics creeping into the news each day, I can’t help but cringe.  Don’t get me wrong; this election will be one of the most critical decisions we’ve made as a nation in a long time. It will also be the first time I get to put my ballot in the box. But all the finger-pointing, name-calling...

Divided We Stand. America is losing the gray zone between Democrats and Republicans.

Divided We Stand. America is losing the gray zone between Democrats and Republicans.

perspectives

October 9, 2015


Filed under Print, Print Columnists

In my IB History of the Americas class, many discussions include a conservative denouncing liberal views or vise versa. Ironically, in the same classroom, we learned about the first president of the United States warning Americans against a divided government due to political parties. With the 2016...

What we love (and hate) about political commentary:

blogs

February 28, 2014


Filed under Online Only

Political commentary: where the great intellects of our time appear together to discuss ideas about our country, and express concerns about the future of our democracy. Or a bunch of angry “journalists” who talk as loud as they can for ratings. Both inhabit the media and have audiences that they...

Olympic Controversy. Homosexual discrimination remains a major concern as Sochi Olympics approach.

sports

January 23, 2014


Filed under SPORTS, Sports Features, Uncategorized, Winter Sports

While the world turns their eyes to Sochi, Russia this February for the Winter Olympics, many will see some of the most daring and gifted athletes in the world compete in a variety of events that will test their minds, bodies and souls. They will witness the beautiful resort city of Sochi, nestled in...