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Cabinet member and senior Ryan Woock holds a piece that will be up for bid in the Dance Marathon Silent Auction. The event will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Freshman Cafeteria on Feb. 22.

Art Department to contribute to Dance Marathon Silent Auction

Lilly St. Angelo, Student Section Editor February 7, 2017

On Feb. 22, artwork from CHS art students and faculty will be up for bid at the Dance Marathon Silent Auction. The event will take place in the Freshman Cafeteria from 6-8 p.m. and tickets are available...

Cabinet member and senior Ryan Woock holds a piece that will be up for bid in the Dance Marathon Silent Auction. The event will take place from 6-8 p.m. in the Freshman Cafeteria on Feb. 22.

Art department to contribute to Dance Marathon Silent Auction

Lilly St. Angelo, Reporter February 2, 2017

On Feb. 22, artwork from CHS art students and faculty will be up for bid at the Dance Marathon Silent Auction. The event will take place in the Freshman Cafeteria from 6 to 8 p.m. and tickets are available...

Rachel Estrada, Silver in the City shop leader, puts a necklace in a display. Estrada said the shop is trying to give back to the community, so it is donating a portion of its sales to local charities.

Carmel businesses looking to give back to community

Melissa Yap January 24, 2017

   According to Nancy Heck, Carmel director of community relations and economic development, many local businesses are donating portions of their sales and holding fundraising events for charity. One...

Susan Jabaras, manager of clothing and furniture store ReStyled, stocks sweaters in preparation for fall. Many other Carmel stores like Highgarden Real Estate are also preparing for fall holidays, such as hosting events like trick-or-treating.

Carmel to host fall-themed festivals

Melissa Yap, Managing Editor October 25, 2016

According to Nancy Heck, Carmel director of community relations and economic development, the Arts and Design District will host many fall celebrations in the coming weeks. “I’m most looking forward...

Elyse Beggs, Tina’s Traditional Tearoom baker, prepares dough for baked goods for a Dr. Who-themed event at the Tearoom. The next event will take place Oct. 21, and be based around Sherlock Holmes.

Carmel to host gallery walk, themed dining events, dodgeball tournament

Melissa Yap, Managing Editor October 6, 2016

According to Nancy Heck, Carmel director of community relations and economic development, the city’s Arts and Design District will host a gallery walk from 5 to 9 p.m. on Oct. 8. Local galleries on...

At Porchfest on Sept. 10, Luke Belcher and William “Will” Rice, Main Street Jazz Band members and freshmen, prepare to play a song. According to Nancy Heck, Carmel director of community relations and economic development, many more arts festivals will take place in the Arts and Design District throughout September, like the International Arts Festival on Sept. 24 and 25.

International Arts Festival to feature CHS students, Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council to host frisbee tournament

Melissa Yap, Managing editor September 13, 2016

 On Sept. 24 and 25, Carmel will hold the International Arts Festival. The festival will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sept. 24 and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sept. 25. It will showcase 130 artists from...

Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council (CMYC) members lead community members at Zumba dancing. The CMYC will also help run a public dog festival on Aug. 27 at West Park. MELISSA YAP//PHOTO

City of Carmel to host festivals on weekends

Beats August 25, 2016

According to Nancy Heck, Carmel director of community relations and economic development, many festivals will take place during the weekends at the end of August and beginning of September. “We’ll...

Art Department to participate in Riley Dance Marathon Silent Auction on Feb. 24

Art Department to participate in Riley Dance Marathon Silent Auction on Feb. 24

Beats February 1, 2016

Artwork created by art staff and students will be auctioned off at the Dance Marathon Silent Auction that will take place on Feb. 24 in the Freshman Cafeteria. The auction will take place three days...

Fantastic Fantasies: CHS students, teachers participate in fantasy football leagues with different traditions

Fantastic Fantasies: CHS students, teachers participate in fantasy football leagues with different traditions

sports November 13, 2015

Fantasy football is a 2 billion dollar industry that has—and continues to—rapidly grow. CHS students and teachers are among over 56.8 million players in the growing cult of fantasy sports. “I like...

CMYC plans for upcoming winter events

CMYC plans for upcoming winter events

Beats November 3, 2015

Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council (CMYC) is on its way to prepare for upcoming events during winter after hosting club booths at the Pumpkin Fest on Oct. 24. Just a week ago, CMYC hosted the Pumpkin Fest....

A bus part of the Indy Express service travels downtown and back everyday. The new mass transit bill will allow for more transportation around the central Indiana area. CHRISTINE FERNANDO / PHOTO

Central Indiana mass transit bill passes legislature, awaits referendum

News May 22, 2014

After three years of bouncing around in the Statehouse, a proposal that would expand Central Indiana’s mass transit system was signed into a bill by Gov. Mike Pence in late March. The bill, which affects...

 SAT prep tutor Edgar Huang hosts an online class that trains students for the SAT. Huang said the biggest change is how the essay will be tested because it now requires evidence. ALEX YOM / PHOTO

College Board introduces reforms for spring 2016 including optional essay, different score

News April 24, 2014

College Board made some serious noise last month when it announced that it will roll out a redesigned SAT in spring 2016. The most notable changes include an overall score switch from 2400 to 1600, a shortened...

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