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Members of the Black Student Alliance (BSA) play a trivia game during a meeting. Vanessa Rasaki, junior and president of the BSA, said, “Trying to get people educated is a big thing for us this (Black History Month).”

Students, teachers confront stigma, reflect on perception of African-American Vernacular English (AAVE)

Royce Brown and Chenyao Liu February 17, 2022

Vanessa Rasaki, co-President of the Black Student Alliance (BSA) and junior, has spent the past couple of months planning for Black History Month. “(The BSA) met with the school administrators so...

Senior Riley Dugan talks about the impact of older
music on modern music. Dugan said she has
enjoyed music from the ‘60s since she was a kid.

With upcoming release of “The Beatles: Get Back” on Nov. 25, students share love for older tunes

Sam Hawkins November 12, 2021

Though she was born after the year 2000, senior Riley Dugan, grew up listening to music from the 1960s. “My dad always played ‘60s music (when I was) a kid. Like, he would always have the Beatles...

Briana Chen, AP Physics C student and senior, performs a demonstration that demonstrates the existence of magnetic fields.

Students, science professionals discuss impact of scientist stereotypes on science education during Global Citizen Science Month

Tsion Daniel and Archit Kalra April 22, 2021

For Briana Chen, Physics Club member and senior, extracurricular activities are important in exploring her passion: astrophysics. However, her passion does come with a drawback—stereotypes. Chen said,...

Senior Lauren Lee plays a Korean Board game called baduk with her father Kristian Lee. She said it is similar to the Chinese game Go, where the objective is to have the players cover as much of the board. as possible.

Students, professor discuss Korean representation in school curriculum

Tsion Daniel January 14, 2021

For senior Lauren Lee, Korean culture isn’t just a part of her, it is her identity, an integral part of who she is, and as Korean American Day is Jan. 13, students at this school like Lee said they are...

In preparation for Christmas, their family’s celebration around the time of the winter solstice, sophomore Catherine Byrne and her mother set up their Christmas tree. “For us, the focus is not all about the decorations and the presents and more about our religion. And we always talk about how much we care for each other and how grateful we are for each other. It’s a very sentimental 
time for us,” 
Byrne said.

CHS students celebrate winter solstice in different ways, describe cultural significance

Raghav Sriram December 21, 2020

While it might seem unusual to celebrate the winter solstice, the shortest day and darkest time of the year, many students at this school look forward to holidays around this time and have already begun...

Jenna Carter, right, Civics Club co-president and senior, announces the results of their voter registration drive in SSRT. According to Carter, the club discussed voter registration, ideas on how to reach voters and how to present unbiased information about candidates most effectively at their Oct. 2 meeting.

Q&A With Jenna Carter, co-founder and president of Civics Club

Sam Hawkins October 19, 2020

Q&A With Jenna Carter, co-founder and president of the civics club and senior. What initiatives is the civics club taking this year to get people to sign up to vote? Civics Club overall is trying...

Junior Diego Valencia (far left) participates in drills with fellow Sea Cadets as a part of the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps, an organization dedicated to teaching and training aspiring military servicemembers about naval operations and teamwork. Valencia said he hopes to enlist in the Navy after college to serve his country.

Aspiring, current military personnel consider benefits, impacts of new Space Force

Archit Kalra October 14, 2020

When Junior Diego Valencia said he was considering joining the Navy after college, he said one of the most important factors that influenced his decision was his desire to give back to his community. “Comradeship,...

Senior Sarah Konrad takes notes for class during online-learning time.She said she had trouble for the first few days, but did her best to find a schedule to help her get things turned in on time.

This year’s virtual learning to focus on social-emotional learning, bonds between teachers, students

Wendy Zhu August 13, 2020

In the 2019-2020 school year, teachers taught the final quarter of school entirely online after Carmel Clay Schools (CCS) closed on March 16 and Gov. Holcomb later ordered all K-12 schools in Indiana...

Model U.N. students discuss plans for the IUPUI conference. At the competition on Feb. 22, 19 out of 41 delegates who attended were recognized for awards.

Model U.N. students recognized for 19 awards at IU conference, preparing for IUPUI conference

Sam Hawkins March 22, 2019

On Feb. 22 to 24, students from CHS Model United Nations competed at IU, and 19 out of 41 were recognized for awards. “That was actually the highest we’ve ever gotten in our history,” said Model...

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