With prom and a graduation ceremony being accompanied with a large and ominous question mark at this point in time, many 2020 graduates, including myself, may feel helpless and robbed of their anticipated high school experiences. Our last days with our friends in our favorite classes or clubs are not guaranteed. While it may be […]
With social distancing becoming the norm and school getting pushed back, high schoolers are most likely spending a lot of time at home. All this time at home can get boring fast, as there’s only so much one can do. One of my personal solutions to this problem has been binge-watching […]
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation hosts an annual event where volunteers get their heads shaved in order to raise money for childhood cancer research. While finding cures is the ultimate goal, the money also goes to finding ways to prevent the lifelong damage many survivors go through after countless surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation. As he has […]
Watching an open heart surgery isn’t part of a normal student’s schedule at Crown Point High School. But for the Biomed students, it’s part of their curriculum. Biomed teacher Kelly Chevalier and her students saw a live open-heart surgery in the auditorium, as well as the Biomed class from Lowell High School. Chevalier explains why […]
From the closure of schools and businesses to empty aisles in supermarkets, the COVID-19 outbreak has seen its effects on multiple aspects of daily life. As of now, all schools in Lake and Porter counties have been closed temporarily. Gov. Eric Holcomb has also required all restaurants and bars to close within the state of […]
With the cancellation of schools across the country, students are left at home struggling to come to terms with having to quarantine themselves in their houses. Although staying home for weeks with only infrequent, or no trips outside of the house may seem frustrating, it is a necessary step in the containment of COVID-19. This […]
Alliance Club President Noah Thomas shares his motivations for forming his club, the Alliance which is sponsored by social studies teacher Jim Ingelhart. For more information about the club, students can contact either Thomas or Ingelhart.
Junior Mia Depta, who in involved in the Crown Point High School education internship program, shares her desire to pursue a career in teaching with co-editor-in-chief Madelyn Whitaker. Depta notes the impact that her career choice will have on students in the future.
NAHS, The National Art Honor Society, is no stranger to projects to benefit the community. It is more than just an art club. They do a variety of projects throughout the year to benefit the school and give back to the community. “It [NAHS] stands for National Art Honor Society and it is more than […]
Well, “American Horror Story” took us on a trip to 1984 and it was a crazy one. If you were like me, and went onto Netflix and binged the old seasons this summer, then you know what I’m talking about. This season was my favorite as it took a turn from the casual creepy season […]