The Harbinger

Boys Swimming Sectionals

By Ruth Cronin, News Editor

February 15, 2019

After the boys swim team’s successful night at sectional prelims on Thursday, they are ready for great results at finals this Saturday. “I think after as well as we swam at prelims, that we have a lot more in the tank, and when we suit up on Saturday, we will have some fast swims,” coach Scott...

A Different Side of Music

By Kylie Heagy, Opinion Editor

February 12, 2019

The students of ZCHS are no strangers to possessing musical talent. Our bands and show choirs put on professional-grade concerts, and individual students have started their own musical careers. But, outside of school, musical students are finding other opportunities than just the ones provided at schoo...

A Deeper Look: The Lightwine Family

A Deeper Look: The Lightwine Family

By Rachel Shultz, Student Life Editor

February 4, 2019

When people hear that Victoria Lightwine’s mother, Anne, is deaf, they often make a huge deal out of it. However, for Victoria, a freshman, growing up with a deaf parent was never something she considered a struggle.     “I don’t really think [my life] is that much different. The only thing ...

Snuffing Out The Bias

Snuffing Out The Bias

By Patrick, DaPuzzo

January 31, 2019

Many people today struggle to detect news bias and tell what media outlet is leaning which way on the political spectrum. With all the different news sources covering the same topic or event, it can hard to tell if the article is trying to attack or make one side of the political spectrum better than ...

On Pointe

On Pointe

By Kylie Heagy, Opinion Editor

January 22, 2019

     In the wings of the Monon Center stage, there is an almost tangible excitement. Ballerinas in pointe shoes and tutus wait anxiously to begin the run through of their upcoming show. This is the moment where months of their hard work will finally be seen in its entirety: costumes, hair, makeup, and, of...

Finals Week AKA Death

By Anna Murphy, Sports Editor

December 10, 2018

It’s no secret that the worst time of year is almost upon us. Finals week. But for the students in my specific class of 2020, it is our junior year final exams. These tests are arguably the worst and hardest tests of our high school careers. So, I reached out to some intelligent juniors and asked them...

SoundCloud Stars

SoundCloud Stars

By Ella Q. Peavler, Print Editor

November 14, 2018

Below are links to the SoundCloud accounts of Inspectah KP and 2000, as well as the track "Wet Bag of Meat" by the Chocolate Milk Milkman. The full article, "SoundCloud Stars," can be found in the November 2018 issue of the Harbinger.  Inspectah KP https://soundcloud.com/user-421223561/ 2000 https://soundcloud.com/user-523281977 The Chocolate Milk Milkman https://soundcloud.com/u...

Riding Outside The Lines

Riding Outside The Lines

By Katie O'Beirn, Staff

October 22, 2018

Many athletes who participate in unique or less common sports that are not offered within the school district are required to represent a club that funds and organizes their activities. Equestrianism, better known as horseback riding, falls perfectly into this category. Emily Brown, junior, is an...

Things to do at Home During Fall Break

By Becka Bash, Staff

October 22, 2018

Next week is fall break, and while some people go out of town, a lot of people stay home. Many of these people have no idea what to do while they’re at home and just end up watching Netflix all day, but actually, there is a lot to do at home. For instance, you can go to a haunted house, go apple pi...

Students Vying to Volunteer

Students Vying to Volunteer

By Marillyn Heigl, Student Life Editor

April 26, 2018

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, teenagers between the ages of 16 and 19 have a volunteer rate of 26.4 percent. This volunteer rate reflects itself among the ZCHS population with many students actively seeking out volunteer opportunities. Senior Molly Dzurisin has learned a lot from her...

Indiana Politician Profiles

Indiana Politician Profiles

By Marillyn Heigl, Student Life Editor

March 26, 2018

After the school shooting that occurred in Parkland, Florida on February 14, there has been a surge of student activism in schools throughout America. From becoming a part of political discussions to organizing marches to walk-outs, students have become very politically active. One of the major ways s...

Club Spotlight: Model United Nations

Club Spotlight: Model United Nations

By Catie Shultz, Staff

February 23, 2018

The Zionsville Model United Nations (MUN) Club is a program at ZCHS that focuses on researching the politics and perspectives of different countries, allowing students to learn about global issues. MUN clubs can be found in many high schools throughout the United States and in various other countries ...