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Video Review: Carmel Christkindlmarkt offers solid sweet treats [MUSE]

Siri Byrisetty, Lorna Ding, and Saahas Kandru December 18, 2023

Set your video quality to 720p for the best viewing experience. On this blog, members of the Carmel High School chapter of the Quill and Scroll International Honorary Society for High School Journalists...

Junior Madi Fleischer poses for photos, showing her continuous glucose monitor. “As I’ve gotten older, I’ve just gotten used to it. It’s not anything different anymore, because it is just part of my day-to-day life. I don’t really think of it as anything different,” she said. (Submitted Photo: Madi Fleicher)

Students, nurse discuss struggle with diabetes

Pahal Sehgal November 20, 2023

Almost 300,000 teenagers live with Type 1 Diabetes in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Junior Madi Fleicher was barely 12 when she received the diagnosis,...

Students, coach weigh benefits, harms of gym addiction

Students, coach weigh benefits, harms of gym addiction

Jasmine Zhang October 31, 2023

For Matthew Paraboschi, self-proclaimed “gym rat” and senior, mornings are not for sleeping in. While his fellow students are most likely sleeping in the early hours before school starts, Paraboschi...

Students, teacher discuss benefits of recent student-led composting grant

Students, teacher discuss benefits of recent student-led composting grant

Eddie Sun May 18, 2023

Junior Ashlyn Walker said she believes in composting and its benefits at home and at school. Through composting the amount of garbage sent to the landfill is reduced, she said, the organic matter is reused...

Review: The Summer I Turned Pretty season two must live up to high fan expectations [MUSE]

Review: “The Summer I Turned Pretty” season two must live up to high fan expectations [MUSE]

Siri Byrisetty April 26, 2023

As it is almost summertime, Amazon Prime’s “The Summer I Turned Pretty” is scheduled to return soon for a second season. Although no particular date has been set, the network revealed in April that...

Sophomore Eric Zhu sits on a toilet with his laptop open. Zhu said that his company Aviato is a way for people to engage in venture capitalism anywhere, anytime. (Submitted photo: Eric Zhu)

Students reflect on job experiences, apply them to future careers

Royce Brown April 8, 2023

Junior Hayden Kress fidgets with his pen as he works on completing his homework for precalculus/trigonometry. Tapping the pen on his desk, twisting the cap and clicking it, he does anything to keep himself...

School should consider moving spring break to mid-March

School should consider moving spring break to mid-March

Lorna Ding March 29, 2023

If there were three words we could use to describe the feeling of second semester, it would be over-kneaded bread dough. To make bread, you need to mix flour, water and yeast, but you can’t mix it for...

Senior Kyle Sarjent assists a customer in finding a movie on March 4, 2023. Junior Sam Hankins said COVID has affected hiring by reducing the amount of workers that can be on the clock at the same time and we now use more cleaning and sanitation methods like wearing masks and gloves.”

Students, CCRC counselors explore premise of part-time jobs for students, finding pros, cons

Matthew Du March 17, 2023

Junior Sam Hankins works at Flix Brewhouse, a theater and restaurant. He said the experience of working at a part-time job has helped him in other areas. “I run people's food, I make drinks sometimes...

Pinterest Cores

Pinterest Cores

Siri Byrisetty and Zoe Tu February 1, 2023

Junior Grace Larkey presents during a meeting for the Students for Safer Learning Club on January 18, 2023. At the meeting, Larkey discussed how it is extremely important for students to recognize the importance of digital safety.

Students, SRO examine school safety procedures, new student ID policy

Lorna Ding and Pahal Sehgal January 30, 2023

According to the CDC, guns are the leading cause of death for American teens and children. In fact, there have been six school shootings with fatalities in the United States as of January 2023, according...

Review: SZA’s new album, S.O.S, represents attempt to diversify her musical creativity [MUSE]

Review: SZA’s new album, S.O.S, represents attempt to diversify her musical creativity [MUSE]

Siri Byrisetty December 12, 2022

SZA finally dropped her second album S.O.S. after her famous album Ctrl in 2017. SOS was released at midnight on Dec. 9, 2022. This album consisted of 23 songs with collaborations from singers Don Toliver,...

Sophomore Becca Howard reflects on the effects of self-improvement on personal identity.

In light of “It Girl” and “Glow Up” trends, effects of self-improvement, comparison at this school viewed positively, negatively

Maddie Misterka November 21, 2022

Senior Peyton “Pey” Henney has been posting on her fitness Instagram since September 2019. According to Henney, she wanted to make the account to teach people about self love and healthy ways to...

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