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One Tragedy, Many Victims. The Peter Liang verdict further exposes  racial bias in the law enforcement system.

One Tragedy, Many Victims. The Peter Liang verdict further exposes racial bias in the law enforcement system.

perspectives March 18, 2016

Picture yourself just getting out of the police academy and instead of getting sent to a city like Carmel, you get sent to a public-housing project in Detroit, Memphis, Tenn. or Oakland, Calif., cities...

PUTTING THE PAST BEHIND:
Sophomore Catherine Baker reads as a hobby. Baker said while the cyberbullying she experienced left mostly emotional memories,  she immerses herself in activities she enjoys to avoid dwelling on the incident.
SARAH LIU // Photo

CHS students who experienced, witnessed cyberbullying encourage others to speak up

feature February 19, 2016

Last year, sophomore Catherine Baker attended a private school. At that school, Baker’s closest friends made a hate account about her by posting pictures and following Baker’s followers on her real...

Our Greyhound Story to create scrapbook for Principal John Williams with memories of school year

Our Greyhound Story to create scrapbook for Principal John Williams with memories of school year

News January 21, 2016

Throughout the rest of the school year during its meetings, the Our Greyhound Story Club will make a physical scrapbook commemorating the school year to give to Principal John Williams. The club meets...

NOT A STROKE OF LUCK: 
Senior Claire Adams  practices her breast stroke during practice. Adams  will be a member of the state team hoping to break the national record  for the most consecutive state titles with its 30th consecutive state win. 
KYLE CRAWFORD // PHOTO

Women’s swimming has chance to set national record for most consecutive state titles

sports January 21, 2016

Quietly she took her headphones from her ears, the cheer of her team a dull howl in the background. With a quick glance at her team members cheering on the sidelines, she shook out her arms and legs,...

Tackling tragedy. Today’s social culture is most responsible for the prevalence of violence around the world.

Tackling tragedy. Today’s social culture is most responsible for the prevalence of violence around the world.

perspectives December 14, 2015

Today marks the second anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, CT. It’s been about a month since the attacks in Paris, Syria and Lebanon. Next year, it will have been 15...

INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC: Meet CHSs National Merit Semifinalists, 2016

INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC: Meet CHS’s National Merit Semifinalists, 2016

perspectives December 3, 2015

SARAH LIU // INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC  

DEALING WITH DIABETES:  Brooke Eckl, Type 1 diabetic and sophomore, uses an insulin pump to regulate her blood glucose levels. Eckl said she has used an insulin pump for approximately eight years. 
SARAH LIU // PHOTO

Rethinking Diabetes

News November 13, 2015

Diabetes may seem like an issue high school students don’t need to worry about being diagnosed with for at least a couple of decades. While the disease affects 29.1 million people in the United States,...

The First or Final Frontier? Science-related news deserves more public attention.

The First or Final Frontier? Science-related news deserves more public attention.

perspectives September 16, 2015

The current buzz of the news seems to focus intensively on politics. That’s actually understandable due to the upcoming election season and the TV reports on the debates that come with it. However, while...

CHSS NEXT TOP MODEL: Junior Brooke Smith takes the runway

CHS’S NEXT TOP MODEL: Junior Brooke Smith takes the runway

15min May 21, 2015

How did you get started with modeling? In eighth grade, I went to Chicago, and I met a photographer to just get started. I really enjoyed being behind the camera and had a great first experience....

Maddie Adkins, Environmental Club co-president and sophomore, presents ideas for the club’s Earth Day event during a club meeting. Adkins said the event is aimed at raising awareness for the environment. SARAH LIU / PHOTO

Environmental Club to host Carmel Earth Fair

News April 24, 2015

Environmental Club will host an event at the Community Garden on May 23 to celebrate Earth Day, according to club sponsor Maryellen St. Angelo. According to the Carmel Green Teen website, the Carmel Clay...

BEE-HOLD THE BUZZ: Senior Kyle Betelak is a beekeeper

BEE-HOLD THE BUZZ: Senior Kyle Betelak is a beekeeper

Beats April 23, 2015

Photos by Kyle Crawford What is beekeeping? So basically, you just have a bunch of bees to keep them for the environment and collect their honey. You monitor them every couple of days that they...

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