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Rage Against the Machine. Students should think rationally about results of the election.

Rage Against the Machine. Students should think rationally about results of the election.

Shiva Vallabhaneni, Managing Editor December 12, 2016

A time of year where we should be united, we are divided. After witnessing the aftermath of the 2016 election, the riots as well as the peaceful protests. It struck me how divided the country really was...

Trump Trumps Clinton

Trump Trumps Clinton

Allison Li, Beats Editor November 10, 2016

On the morning of Nov. 9, it was announced that Donald Trump is the new 2016-2020 president-elect. U.S. History teacher, Gordon Copee, believed that this election, in particular, was different from...

Will Ellery, former mock election sponsor and social studies teacher, reviews past mock election binders. Ellery said that these binders were student creations about the political issues.

CHS did not host mock election this year

James Yin, Sports Copy Editor November 9, 2016

CHS did not have its quadrennial mock election for the 2016 election cycle. According to Will Ellery, previous mock election sponsor and social studies teacher, the major reason for the lack of an election...

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

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...

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

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....

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

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....

2014-15 Class Officer Elections Results Revealed

2014-15 Class Officer Elections Results Revealed

Beats May 9, 2014

The following are the winners of the 2014-15 class officer elections: Class of 2015 President Krishna Pathak Vice President Maddie Binion Secretary Radhakrishna Vishnubhotla Treasurer Joy...

Global Giving to host next meeting Feb. 10

Beats February 10, 2014

Global Giving is scheduled to host its first meeting of the semester on Feb. 10 after its Feb. 4 meeting was cancelled due to members' conflicting schedules, according to sponsor Ryan Ringenberg. During...

2012 State of the Union Address

2012 State of the Union Address

Author Archives January 23, 2012

Join our live conversation as you watch the 2012 State of the Union address. Tune in on Jan. 24 at 8:45 p.m. to contribute your thoughts and participate in polls. Enter your email address in the space...

First black President brings new significance to history month

perspectives January 23, 2009

February is Black History Month, a month many Americans pass by as being just another reason for stores to have sales, people to hang posters in schools and TV stations to play specials. However, while...

Thought for both parties key in upcoming election

perspectives October 17, 2008

By Matt Kanitra <[email protected]> As a conservative living in Carmel, it is weird to feel like I am becoming part of the minority among my peers. While Carmel has historically been a conservative...

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