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Members of Write A Book Club aim to foster community of writers, participate in NaNoWriMo

Members of Write A Book Club aim to foster  community of writers, participate in NaNoWriMo

Lillian He

November 16, 2018

One of the newest clubs   formed this year is the Write a Book Club. The club’s founders said they formed the club for a variety of reasons, but one of the main ones was the community of writers they hoped to create. Jasmine Hsu, vice president of Write a Book Club and sophomore, said, “Me and...

Media Mindfulness: As September is National Literacy Month, students should appreciate CHS media center more

Media Mindfulness: As September is National Literacy Month, students should appreciate CHS media center more

Carson TerBush

August 14, 2018

As a self-proclaimed literary connoisseur, I would rank the CHS media center high on my list of places to get books. Complete with a wide, ever-increasing selection of fictional novels, a plethora of informational textbooks and an extremely convenient location, the media center is ideal for any student looking f...

A Vacation In Your Brain [Café Libro]

A Vacation In Your Brain [Café Libro]

Carson TerBush and Emily Dexter

March 29, 2018

Stuck on a staycation? Escape Carmel with some exotic reads! Click to view an interactive graphic with Carson and Emily’s book recommendations for some good books to read over spring break.

Winter Reads [Café Libro]

Winter Reads [Café Libro]

Emily Dexter and Carson TerBush

December 24, 2017

Click to view an interactive graphic with Carson and Emily's book recommendations for some good reads over winter break. Hover your cursor on each book to learn about Carson and Emily's ratings as well as a brief introduction to the plot. Happy reading! On this blog, Emily Dexter and Carson TerBush will put their book recommendations to the test. Each week, one will challenge the other to read a...

Loving Literature: CHS students, staff consider how reading can impact their school life, future

Loving Literature: CHS students, staff consider how  reading can impact their school life, future

Angela Qian

December 14, 2017

It all began around fifth grade for sophomore Madalyn Sailors when reading history textbooks changed the way she read for the worse. According to Sailors, reading used to be really fun, but now it’s boring and monotonous. Sailors said, “I don’t like (reading) because a lot of times it’s ...

Creative Writing Con to take place on March 9 and 10 in CHS Library

Creative Writing Con to take place on March 9 and 10 in CHS Library

Jai Sanghani, Social Media Editor

March 9, 2017

The Creative Writing Con will take place at the CHS Library on Thursday, March 9 and Friday, March 10. Students will attend with their classes, but may also request a MUSE pass for Thursday's SRT (already passed). Many authors will be attending including Shannon Lu Alexander (Love and Other Unknown Var...

CHS students should consider spending more time reading in their free time

CHS students should consider spending more time reading in their free time

Raiha Zainab, Reporter

September 16, 2016

When I was a child, if you ever wanted to know where I was, there was a 95 percent chance you would find me with my face buried in a new book. The other 5 percent of the time comprised of me going to school, eating or sleeping, most likely wishing I could go back to the book I was reading at the mom...

Enjoying Reading. English classes should emphasize the fun of reading.

Enjoying Reading. English classes should emphasize the fun of reading.

perspectives

August 13, 2014

Recently, I was reading a piece of literature when I came upon a surprising realization - I was actually enjoying what I was reading. That’s actually not a common occurrence for me. Well, perhaps my reading habits aren’t as healthy as they should be. Honestly, my reading habits are akin to ho...

Students find success in both SAT, ACT despite statewide gap

Students find success in both SAT, ACT despite statewide gap

feature

October 11, 2013

As a state, Indiana has traditionally had a low average on the SAT, ranking at number 41 in the country with an average composite score of 1484 according to a study conducted by Statisticbrain.com. However, the state does have one of the highest average scores on the ACT tests of any state. A composite...

Keep reading. Despite recent shifts in the significance of libraries, students should enjoy more productive, deep reading.

Keep reading. Despite recent shifts in the significance of libraries, students should enjoy more productive, deep reading.

perspectives

September 12, 2013

In early August, according to the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, since the Internet took over as the primary way of getting information, the significance of libraries, or as Pew called it, the “building filled with books,” has declined significantly in peoples’ live...

Sony announces PS3 ‘Super Slim’; has up to 500 GB

Sony announces PS3 ‘Super Slim’; has up to 500 GB

Author Archives

September 19, 2012

Yesterday at the Tokyo Game Show, Sony revealed much rumored the PlayStation 3 'Super Slim', the second revision of the console released in 2006, according to IGN. The new model will be smaller, yet boast more memory than ever before. The 250 GB Uncharted 3/Dust 514 bundle will hit retail stores Sept. 2...

The End of Books?

News

November 19, 2010

Schools throughout the country transition to digital forms of education, but Carmel is slow to follow the trend By Ryan Zukerman <rzukerman@hilite.org> Senior Catherine “Catie” Surette reads. A lot. She reads novels and magazines, newspapers and poetry, catalogs and classics. Surette, ho...