The End of an Era

The End of an Era

Chelsea Dai, Pranav Sriram, Graphics Artist

May 18, 2017


Self-Driving and Electric Vehicle Policy Considerations

Self-Driving and Electric Vehicle Policy Considerations

Pranav Sriram, Online Copy Editor

March 8, 2017

Hi, here's a quick Tech Thoughts post about some extremely exciting developments surrounding self-driving and/or electric vehicles. The first thing that comes to mind when hearing about a vehicle with both self-driving and electric capabilities is undoubtedly the company Tesla. With the Model S...

Policing Policies: Students reflect on the challenges and strengths of new poster policy

TEDx officers (starting from left) Selin Oh, Shubhi Sinha, Shae Rickel and Hannah Paul discuss poster designs for their upcoming event. The club said it plans on meeting with Wiseman for poster approval soon.

Adhi Ramkumar, Entertainment Copy Editor

February 23, 2017

According to the center for Public Education, students’ freedom of speech at school has been a conflicting issue throughout the United States’ history. The recurrence of this conflict has resulted in a recent update to CHS’s poster policy to delineate students’ freedom of expression. (See “Poster Premise” at ...

Quick Tips: Earphones

Quick Tips: Earphones

Pranav Sriram, Web Copy Editor

November 10, 2016

Everyone has had their earphones and/or headphones break on them at some point. Whether its only one of the two earbuds working, the cord breaking, or a whole host of various problems, we have all had to deal with earphone problems at some point or another. In particular, this is an absolutely huge...

Views on scientific topics conflict between scientists, public

Allen Zheng, Feature Reporter

September 16, 2016

A Pew Research study conducted in 2015 showed subjects where research is an important factor have caused controversy among scientists and others. With a difference in large opinion, scientists and the public each often think the other is not as informed. For instance, genetically-modified foods have caused a major disp...

Funding the Kids

Funding the Kids


February 19, 2016

Sophomore  Isabella Simons’s life changed the day she was diagnosed with Craniopharyngioma. It is a non-cancerous brain tumor that occurs most commonly in children. She was whisked off to Riley Children’s Hospital immediately after her diagnosis where she underwent treatment and surgery according...

CMYC Hosts Pumpkin Fest on Oct. 24

CMYC Hosts Pumpkin Fest on Oct. 24


October 23, 2015

Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council (CMYC) will be hosting Pumpkin Fest on October 24 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Carmel Civic Square. It will feature club booths from Carmel High School, Brebeuf and Park Tudor along with a variety of other activities. Event head Molly Frank said via email, “Pumpkin Fest is a f...

The Beauty of YouTube: More students turn to online videos for fashion and beauty advice

The Beauty of YouTube: More students turn to online videos for fashion and beauty advice


October 9, 2015

She turns on her camera, angles it down, hits record and says, “Hey guys, it’s  Natalia.” Natalia Trevino Amaro, “Youtuber” and sophomore, has celebrated her two year anniversary on YouTube on Oct. 1, and has reached over 3,000 subscribers. She is a fashion and lifestyle “Youtuber,” often catego...