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Teacher reacts to six class change

This school year, some teachers have gained an extra class they have to teach, leaving them with no study hall and a tenth period prep. In some cases, the number of students in each...

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Restaurant Review: Red Robin

Though their commercials are not appearing every 30 seconds anymore, their catchphrase is  burned onto the inside of your brain. Red Robin is in an interesting restaurant. You walk in and it seems like...

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Prom Gallery

Photography done by Lela Boys-Sibley.

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Prom Court Members Selected

Each year, prom is a major event in which a good portion of the junior class students attend. In recent years attendance has been around 700 students. Many students look forward to the nominations...

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Students Prepare For Prom

This coming weekend junior prom will take place on April 13. Many students start their preparation in about a weeks advance. Typically girls start buying their dresses in January and accessories a couple months...

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Restaurant Review: Next Door

It looks like another up and coming restaurant in Indianapolis. You can not tell, from the road, that the place is owned by the brother of the tech billionaire Elon Musk, Kimberly Musk. This...

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NC Olympics Review

The first NC Olympics were held last Friday, April 5. The event kicked off with a three point competition where Senior Savaya Brockington got an early lead for the seniors hitting 22 three pointers...

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“A Night at the Louvre”

On Saturday, April 13, prom will take place at Old National Centre in the Egyptian Room at 8 p.m. The theme for this year’s dance is “A Night at the Louvre,” inspired by the...

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NC Olympic Judge: Kevin O’Shea

The first ever NC Olympics April 5, three faculty members will judge some of the events. Superintendent Dr. Nikki Woodson, athletic trainer Miho Sayles, and head football coach Kevin O’Shea. Today we will feature...

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NC Olympic Judge: Miho Sayles

This is the first year for the North Central Olympics, all grades will be participating in this event. There will be 9 different special olympic events such as a team puzzle, SAT-type test, 3-point...

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NC Olympic Judge: Nikki Woodson

Nikki C. Woodson is the Superintendent of Schools for the Metropolitan School District of Washington Township. Woodson has lead the district to be one of few nationwide to offer International Baccalaureate to all students...

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NC Olympics This Friday

On Friday April 5, students and faculty will compete in different events to represent their grade. Some events include a puzzle, simon says, dance-off, and eating contest. Students participating should arrive between 6-6:15 p.m....

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Five Things To Know For Prom

Five Ways Juniors Can Prepare for Prom With prom coming up on April 13, juniors are in a rush to find a nice outfit to wear and someone to go with in less than...

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Five Things to Know About Applying to College

It’s best if you apply early, rather than later, so you have a higher chance of being admitted into college. When you’re a senior, you should do the Financial Aid (FAFSA) packet as soon...

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MYP Personal Project Calls for Another Early Release

On Thursday, March 21, all grades besides the sophomores, will have an early release schedule. The sophomores are encouraged to stay after school to work on their Middle Years Program Personal Project. The personal...

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Restaurant Review: Canal Bistro

There is a lot of meat in this place. Canal Bistro, just off of Guilford Ave., on the bank of the canal in Broad Ripple, is a mediterranean-themed restaurant that has been in service...

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Showchoir State Recap

On Saturday, March 16 show choir groups Counterpoints and Descants performed in the ISSMA State Show Choir Competition at NC. The Descants received the third place award for the unisex division and also took...

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Softball Practice Begins

Softball tryouts took place last week on March 4 through March 6. Unlike last season, there will be a C team due to the amount of girls this year. Varsity has eight returning players...

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Chinese Teacher’s Journey to Becoming Language Teacher

Hong Sweitzer began teaching chinese in 2013. She became a teacher after she graduated from three universities, Xiamen University in China, Ochanomizu University  and Ochanomizu University in Japan receiving her PhD. After receiving all...