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Q&A with sculptor and senior Julia Emerson, who uses recycled materials for pieces

DEFYING THE ROLE:
Sculptor and senior Julia Emerson smiles down at her piece, titled “Marital Law.” Emerson created the piece to comment on the roles of housewives in the 1950s and how many resented the role they were put into.
December 13, 2018

Why do you think people should explore art? I think it’d be good for people to take the Intro to 3D arts or some of the more three-dimensional arts to get some more exposure, because I wouldn’t...

HERE’S THE (BUBBLE) TEA

HERE'S THE (BUBBLE) TEA
November 16, 2018

 

Q&A with DJ, music producer Ethan Meneghini

METAL MAYHEM: DJ and sophomore Ethan Meneghini plays his set. Meneghini opened the show for the metal band Blizzard Time.
October 25, 2018

How did you start DJing? When I was eight- it was near my birthday that year and I was about to turn nine- my step dad introduced me to Skrillex’s music, and that was the first introduction to electronic...

Replace the Replacement: Although all-school convocations have been replaced, they prove to be better for athletes, participants

Replace the Replacement: Although all-school convocations have been replaced, they prove to be better for athletes, participants
September 21, 2018

Last month, I was one of  several athletes who walked in the Walk of Champions, a replacement tradition for the previous all-school convocations. However, what I thought would be a fun, stress-free celebration...

Q&A with Sophomore Jenna Presley who competes in horseback-riding, gymnastics fusion: vaulting

Q&A with Sophomore Jenna Presley who competes in horseback-riding, gymnastics fusion: vaulting
September 21, 2018

How'd you start vaulting? I wanted to do this thing called “trick riding” which is similar to vaulting but it’s a completely different discipline. There’s nowhere around here that (offered)...

Carrying on the Legacy

Carrying on the Legacy
August 14, 2018

Tim Metken Describe your role as SBP. So there’s the Senate, and that’s what I oversee and get to be a part of. We put on a lot of (the) homecoming festivities; there’s two blood drives every year,...

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Local Businesses: As Nov. 25 marks Small Business Saturday, CHS students reflect on how small businesses persevere in a large-business world

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Local Businesses: As Nov. 25 marks Small Business Saturday, CHS students reflect on how small businesses persevere in a large-business world
November 17, 2017

Seven years ago, a former Broad Ripple train station became the local ice cream store Broad Ripple Ice Cream Station (BRICS), a well-loved business that has blossomed in the past few years. For junior...

Hands of Hope: With natural disasters becoming increasingly common, CHS students, staff think about how to plan for the future

English teacher Danielle Jansen works with senior Noah Huber during SRT. According to Jansen, IB Creativity Activity Service students are working to help raise funds for hurricane disaster relief from Hurricane Harvey.
October 26, 2017

One hundred thirty two mile per hour winds, nine days of rainfall and $190 billion worth of destruction. This is the impact Hurricane Harvey had on southeast Texas, where the tropical storm hit the hardest....

School vs. Sports: CHS students struggle to balance academics, athletics

School vs. Sports: CHS students struggle to balance academics, athletics
September 21, 2017

Slowly but surely, the days of the gladiator have been swept to the wayside and the age of the modern, intellectual warrior has emerged. As such, the evolution of sports has been drastically altered by...

Through the Lens: With photos becoming progressively more prevalent in everyday life, CHS students and staff reflect on their purpose

Sophomore Reagan Smiley practices
September 21, 2017

For sophomore Reagan Smiley, she said she has been in love with photography for her whole life. “I’ve been doing a photography for a pretty long time. I think I had my first camera when I was eight,”...

STUDYING, SERIOUSLY

Sophomore Seema Dhungana reads her notes out loud to study for a test. Dhungana said reading the material and saying it at the same time helps her remember key points.
April 20, 2017

STUDYING, SERIOUSLY As testing season approaches, students begin to study vigorously with various methods The first week of may is approaching, meaning AP testing and all the cramming for final exams...

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