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Students show off their "I voted" stickers after they voted in the primary election. Last March, Mr. Waddle took eligible students from his classes to vote. Mr. Waddle has also been registering students for the election in his classroom.
Young Voters Ready to Make a Difference in 2020 Election
Brigid Hull
Students from Carmel have taken on the responsibility of educating themselves for the election. Eric Acevado told me that he has prepared for the election by taking online quizzes that match his views with candidates. He has also learned about the needs of his community through volunteer work where he helped with census and voter registration.
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Mustardseed the Fairy braids Peasblossom
Social Distanced Production
Sarah Wiseman, Staff Writer • October 22, 2020

The bright lights shine on the actors onstage as the curtain opens and the show begins. The audience is brought into another time period, with...

Carmel Celebrates First Mass of the School Year
Carmel Celebrates First Mass of the School Year
Brigid Hull October 19, 2020

Mass of the Holy Spirit, Wednesday September 30, 2020: “It is a long held tradition at Carmel and Catholic schools across the country to...

Carmel Catholic Celebrates Banned Book Week
Carmel Catholic Celebrates Banned Book Week
Mrs. Eccles, CCHS Crossroads Co-Sponsor • October 14, 2020

September 28- October 2 Carmel Catholic celebrated Banned Book Week, a national event organized and supported by a coalition of groups that promote...

College & Career Tips from Mr. Bargar (No.1)
College & Career Tips from Mr. Bargar (No.1)
October 2, 2020

College Application Season is upon us again.  If you are looking for information on the College Application process, follow Mr. Bargar on Twitter @NateB_Admission and the...

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Flames above vehicles on Highway 162 as the Bear Fire burns in Oroville, Calif., on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020.
Devastating Wildfires in the West
Willie Gillespie, Weather Expert • October 27, 2020
Smoke from the wildfires has traveled thousands of miles and now covers a significant portion of the United States, including northern Illinois.
COVID-19: Is the Worst Yet to Come?
COVID-19: Is the Worst Yet to Come?
Naomi George, Staff Writer • October 22, 2020

“Don't ever, ever underestimate the potential of the pandemic. And don't try and look at the rosy side of things," Dr. Fauci warned during...

How to Vote Amid Covid-19
How to Vote Amid Covid-19
Tori Nagode, Editor-in-Chief • October 23, 2020

While many Americans are still stuck in March, the 2020 Presidential Election is quickly approaching. Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. ...

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Donald Trump (L), Joe Biden (R)
The Race For The Presidency
Dan Tourville, Staff Writer • October 27, 2020

As the nation faces a fiercely polarized and contested election, President Donald Trump and Former Vice President Joe Biden vie for the nation’s...