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Across the Screen: CHS students, IB film teacher share thoughts about spreading culture by remaking TV shows from foreign countries

Across the Screen: CHS students, IB film teacher share thoughts about spreading culture by remaking TV shows from foreign countries

Richa Louis

December 13, 2018

Premiering on Jan. 2, Fox will air a celebrity-singing-competition-guessing game called “The Masked Singer” based on Korea’s “King of Mask Singer,” which debuted in 2015. Many students at CHS, like junior Sarah Hao, have seen the Korean version of the upcoming show and the trailer for Fox’s and ...

Q&A with senior Audrey Satchivi, who competed in the Jeopardy! Teen Tournament

Q&A with senior Audrey Satchivi, who competed in the Jeopardy! Teen Tournament

Richa Louis

November 16, 2018

How did you get onto Jeopardy? I took a teen test in April; they were advertising it on Jeopardy the night before, so I signed up and took the test. (They said), “We’ll tell (you) within 18 months if you’re (going to) be on the show.” Two months later in June, I got an email from them; I had go...

Biking Boom: Students, community members discuss Bike Carmel events, including upcoming Ride, Dine, & Dance this Saturday

Biking Boom: Students, community members discuss Bike Carmel events, including upcoming Ride, Dine, & Dance this Saturday

Tara Kandallu

August 14, 2018

    On Saturday, the city of Carmel will host a casual 8-10 mile bike ride that ends with bikers enjoying a street party on main street called Ride, Dine, and Dance. The event was started in 2017 and usually sees around 150 bikers. Along with the Ride, Dine, & Dance, the city of ...

Piehl Power: New Assistant Principal Valerie Piehl reflects on past, new goals

Piehl Power: New Assistant Principal Valerie Piehl reflects on past, new goals

Richa Louis

August 14, 2018

Why did you choose to become an Assistant Principal at CHS? I’ve been the Assistant Principal at Fishers High School for the last 12 years, so I’ve been there for quite a while, and I was just looking for a new opportunity, a chance to work and do some different things, be involved in some different ...

Model U.N. to meet for last meeting of the year

Model U.N. to meet for last meeting of the year

Richa Louis

May 22, 2018

This Thursday, Model U.N. members will meet in Room E208 for their last meeting of the year. Sponsor Sandy Gardner said that the club had simulations in previous meetings to prepare for conferences next fall. Gardner said, “(We have been) prepping for next fall when we try to do a high school con...

Model U.N. to not meet for the next couple of weeks

Model U.N. to not meet for the next couple of weeks

Richa Louis

April 29, 2018

Last Thursday, Model U.N. members met to discuss the future of their club. According to Ayman Bolad, Model U.N. member and sophomore, said that the club agreed to not have meetings for the next couple of weeks due to many members occupied with finals and AP exams. Sponsor Sandy Gardner also said tha...

Pretty Produce: Students evaluate food waste caused by appearance of produce

Pretty Produce: Students evaluate food waste  caused by appearance of produce

Angela Qian, Beats Editor, Feature Reporter

April 20, 2018

The first time sophomore Thomas Gimeno planted corn in his backyard, he planted them too late in the season, and they were too far apart to pollinate effectively. He was only able to harvest five cobs from a total of 20 corn plants. Gimeno said, “I’m not a professional farmer or anything. Those people obvious...

Model U.N. to attend conference at IUPUI

Model U.N. to attend conference at IUPUI

Richa Louis

March 7, 2018

Model U.N. members to attend a conference at IUPUI for their Indianapolis Model United Nations (IMUN). IMUN is one of the two longest-running high school Model U.N.s in the world. Last Thursday, Model U.N. members met in Room E208 for their upcoming conference. The conference will take place on Mar. 1...

Rejecting Reasoning: CHS discusses the reasoning behind why some people reject facts

Rejecting Reasoning: CHS discusses the reasoning behind why some people reject facts

Raphael Li

February 23, 2018

There is growing discrepancy between the beliefs of the American public compared to the scientific community. For example, according to recent studies conducted in 2016 by Pew Research Center and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), 97 percent of climate change scientists believe climate change...

Model U.N. to attend conference at IU

Model U.N. to attend conference at IU

Richa Louis

February 17, 2018

Model U.N. members to attend a conference at IU. On Feb. 8, Model U.N. members met in Room E208 for an upcoming conference in Bloomington. The conference will take place on Feb. 23 to 25. Model U.N. members continue to use simulations to prepare students for the conference at their weekly meetings....

Model U.N. continue to prepare for conference at Earlham

Model U.N. continue to prepare for conference at Earlham

Richa Louis

January 26, 2018

Model U.N. members to attend a conference at Earlham College. Model U.N. members finished writing position papers and continue to do simulations for practice at their weekly meetings. The conference will take place on Jan. 26 to 27. “Position papers are one of the best ways to prepare ourselves b...

The Internship: Students at CHS begin to correlate electives they take with internships in order to boost their success in fields of interest

The Internship: Students at CHS begin to correlate electives they take with internships in order to boost their success in fields of interest

Marissa Ryan

January 25, 2018

After taking the required core classes, students at CHS have many opportunities to choose elective courses to take along with those classes, allowing them to incorporate creativity in their schedule.  Students like sophomore Meredith Ho take that opportunity one step further. Ho, a photography stud...