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Students at CHS disagree with Trump’s former executive order

On Jan. 29, junior Alexis O’Brien went to a Trump protest at the Indianapolis International Airport to protest against the president’s executive order to temporarily ban immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries. O’Brien made a sign saying “We Love You,” in Arabic, French and English. She said that she doesn’t support Trump’s order because not all immigrants are terrorists and because the issue blocked some Americans who were returning back to the US from one of those countries.

Allison Li, Beats Editor

February 21, 2017

Junior Alexis O’Brien   Did you agree with Trump’s decision? Can you see where he’s coming from? Not at all. I don't agree with Trump’s policies. I agree that vetting could be a little stronger but that was extreme and I know plenty of people from those countries who aren...

Despite growing international threats, Carmel residents still feel safe

Despite growing international threats, Carmel residents still feel safe

feature

February 19, 2016

In recent years, a greater amount of conflicts have popped up all around the world. Terrorist attacks, gun violence and war crimes have all affected people in one way or another. This leads to one major question: What do people, based on their location, view as the most immediate international threat...

I think I’ll go to Boston. What can we learn from the most recent national tragedy?

I think I’ll go to Boston. What can we learn from the most recent national tragedy?

perspectives

April 25, 2013

Last week, our nation shook in fear and anger as two young men wreaked senseless violence throughout Boston. Even now, exact details are still hazy; it will take weeks for this topic to fade from the national discussion. But though we may not know every minute bit of information regarding these tragedie...

Middle Easterners should be proud of their heritage

perspectives

April 2, 2009

By Shireen Korkzan <[email protected]> After 9/11, we became more aware of the existence of Persians, but not in a positive light. Many Americans started calling these people “terrorists” because “they” were the ones who killed 2,974 civilians in one day even though the 19 terrori...