Tag Archives: Elizabeth Harrison

Denizens of CHS reflect on year well-spent

As the end of the school year—or, for some, the end of high school—rapidly approaches, we students have a tendency to cast the prior nine months in a rose-tinted light,…

Desert Trip: Are we really sharing the love?

The desert trip, described as cultish by some and transformative by others, is notorious on campus for being either exclusive or heart-opening—depending on whether you went. The “Desert Trip Glow,”…

I guess I’m ready for Hillary 2K16

So, unless you’ve been living on the actual moon for the past couple of weeks, you’ve definitely heard that Hillary Clinton (former senator, secretary of state and first lady) is…

Anti-social types find solace in online shopping

As an avid member of the 21st century, I have often come into contact with a computer and, therefore, the Internet: that endless expanse of information, cat videos and people…

New classroom feature ensures improved campus safety

A new safety feature, however initially perplexing, was added to Carmel High’s classrooms and classrooms throughout the district over February break. Block Locks, best described as bright yellow pull cords,…

Does ‘Fifty Shades’ depict an abusive relationship?

Let’s talk about “50 Shades of Grey.” For those of you who don’t know what I’m talking about, firstly: Where have you been? Secondly, it’s a trilogy about a rich…

The padre mascot a socially offensive fright

So, Padres. I kind of wonder whose idea that was—when CHS was founded in 1940, who was like, “YES. THIS MASCOT. TOO GOOD.” Because, honestly, it’s not even that fun:…

Controversial film challenges global misogyny

“Girl Rising,” a new documentary about the lack of women’s education around the world, is scheduled to show at the Carmel High School Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, Feb. 10….

How to (not) over-eat in the holiday season

Folks, it’s that time of year again. The time of year that people seem to interpret as fair game to get fat, which is obviously the worst thing a person…

Adolescent depression present at Carmel High

Depression is a much more serious problem at Carmel High than some might assume. With suicide reported as the third-highest cause of death among American youth aged 10-24, it’s clearly…