A quarterly-published, topically-based newsmagazine

Acumen

A quarterly-published, topically-based newsmagazine

Acumen

A quarterly-published, topically-based newsmagazine

Acumen

Senior Alex Rushinksy shows some of his coins which he collects. Rushinsky said the Philmont coin, shown in the photo is from New Mexico.

Antique Accolades

CHS students, teacher maintain collections to connect with friends, family, remind them of cherished memories
Austin Guo October 7, 2021
Senior Nash Cheslock does a “hockey stop” during practice with his teammate senior Joseph Youkilis. Cheslock said the practices are complex with different factors to focus on like timing.

Hockey Highs

Carmel Icehounds hockey team embraces “top dog” mentality heading into season
Aniket Biswal October 7, 2021
On Sept. 21, Shiva Viswanath, InvenTeam member and senior, shows off the makings of the InvenTeam’s newest invention.

Turning Gears

Engineering club members relay importance of collaboration, learning from mistakes
Daniel Kim October 7, 2021
The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music

Music evokes emotional responses in students, bands director
Addison Joyce October 7, 2021
Ladies First

Ladies First

Despite fan theories, Rose could not fit Jack on raft, she should prioritize herself first
Sowmya Chundi October 7, 2021
More Than Meets the Eye

More Than Meets the Eye

Students reflect on “iceberg illusion” of success
Maryam Hafeez October 7, 2021
Individual Icebergs

Individual Icebergs

HiLite staff members share personal icebergs, pet peeves
Matthew Du, Zainab Idrees, Avery Carlisle, and Eva Glazier October 7, 2021
No Man Left Behind

No Man Left Behind

Rose should have saved Jack, 20th Century Studios missed opportunity to strengthen film
Cady Armstrong October 7, 2021
A Ripple Effect

A Ripple Effect

See how the Titanic wreck impacted future ships, other technology
Riley Terbush and Maddie Misterka October 7, 2021
A Mythical Reality

A Mythical Reality

With increase in conspiracy theories, it is important to use credible sources for information
Lily Farrell October 7, 2021
Caroline Houck, co-host of  WHJE live show “In Her Zone” and senior, operates the sound board during her independent live show on Sept. 21. Her regular show, “In Her Zone,” which she co-hosts with senior Hali Papacharalambous, goes live every Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on 91.3 FM.

Loud and Clear

Student, WHJE adviser, NPR journalist share insight on importance of radio
Tsion Daniel October 7, 2021
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