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All Summer Long

Tyler Semler, Staff Writer and Mascot

May 29, 2018

PAGE18_FEATURES_NEW Check out whose coming to the Indy area this summer!

Abuse is not love

Kaleigh Newton

May 28, 2018

     The numbers are undeniable. According to The National Council on Crime, nearly one in three adolescents experience some form of abuse from a dating partner, a figure that far exceeds rates of other types of youth violence. Despite these facts, abuse isn’t often discussed, especially when it’s intertwined with lo...


Caitlin Kinkead and Celeste Schultheiss

May 23, 2018

The Game of Life is more than simply a board game. In reality, life is where you must follow a path that you choose. Life can be overwhelming at times and it can be stressful to just think about the idea that the choices you are making now, during high school and after, could affect you in the future.  Follow the path of l...

Play On

Play On

May 23, 2018

     Transforming into a Hoosier “hillbilly,” a brave grandmother, and a police officer… it’s ...

Painting Something Different

Lexi Leisure, Features Editor

May 23, 2018

  Why make a portrait when you can do something abstract? That’s junior Ally Harp’s motto, as she uses her artistic skills to make unique creations; art has always been in the back of her mind. “I’ve always wanted to be an artist since I was little. When people would ask me, ‘What do you want to be ...

Passing the ball

Passing the ball

May 23, 2018

Sooner than expected, the NHS football program is entering a new era of leadership. After announcing...

It’s the night of nights

Sammy Snyder, Photo Editor

May 1, 2018

Hannah Dwyer US History and World History      Ms. Dwyer went to Perry Meridian High School.      She went to prom twice, and attended prom with friends, and a “really good guy friend.”      Favorite part of prom: “I enjoyed senior year over junior year. I rarely dress up, so it was really cool to see ever...

Let it grow

Skye McLaughlin, Marin Thomas, Christina Nguyen, and Caitlin Kinkead

May 1, 2018

We’ve all heard the aphorism, “It’s a small world.” But in the eyes of those who are dedicated to the preservation of the planet, it’s an infinite one. Or at least it was. These green-thumbed folk don’t just see leaves, but also the veins, the blade, the petiole, the stipules, and more. They see the infinite specie...

Stan the man

Emily Whitcomb, Staff Writer

May 1, 2018

       Banana stickers: Something that one does not often think of when you think about teachers. But this helps paint the picture of Stanley Abell, who currently teaches World History, and European History here at Noblesville.     After starting off his teaching career in Carmel, Abell left teaching for ministry in...

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