The Harbinger

Maan Murad

By Alyssa Ilaria, Feature Editor

December 16, 2016

It’s Beginning to Feel A Lot Like Christmas

It's Beginning to Feel A Lot Like Christmas

By Abigail Winters, Staff

December 7, 2016

 The Zionsville Village really embraces holidays, from the Fourth of July fireworks to Christmas in the Village, which has already begun. Christmas in Zionsville started Saturday, November 26, with the lighting of the Christmas tree. This event is widely attended every year since it started in 1974....

Thankful For A Chance To Give Back

A few shirts and a bib from fundraising races in the past.

By Lindsay Herhusky, Sports Editor

November 27, 2016

Today was the Outback Scramble, and I ran it for my fifth year in a row. It is an insane run, but all of the money raised goes straight to Gleaners Food Bank. This race is incredibly fun, but very challenging. You do not follow a path, instead you just look for pink ribbons tied to trees to lead the...

Dance Fit with Erin

By Kelly Garcia, Assistant Web Editor

November 3, 2016

photo courtesy: Dance Fit with Erin Facebook "Dance Fit" is a cardio workout class in Zionsville run by Erin Bivans Johnson. She prides herself in that her class incorporates the newest top hits/hip hop music and burns tons of calories at the same time, creating a fun and enjoyable workout. Pe...

Halloween Festivities in Zionsville

Halloween Festivities in Zionsville

By Lindsay Herhusky, Sports Editor

October 31, 2016

This time of the year is filled with "spook-tacular" activities and events if you know where to look! This quaint town of Zionsville has a lot of fun things for you and your family to do. The main thing being: trick or treating. Trick or treating will take place from 5:30PM - 8:00PM on October 31st ....

To State and Beyond!

To State and Beyond!

October 19, 2016

  The Zionsville Community High School marching band has been kicking off to another great year. With state finals just around the corner, they have been working hard to perfect their shows. This year’s theme is “Into the Light”, and has had a progressing story that you may have picked...

WIFI Problems

WIFI Problems

By Addie Ashton, Writer

October 5, 2016

When it comes to the wifi at Zionsville High School, many students are irritated, confused, or in certain situations, happy about the breakdowns. Alyson Dehaii, sophomore, is in the same boat as many other students. “We’re a four-star school with one-star wifi,” Dehaii said. It seems li...

Princess One, Princess Two, Princess Me, Princess You

Elizabeth Turnbull, Ginny Tran, Marissa Stacy, Claire Drew, Cassidy Sampsom

By Morgan Galer, Student Life Editor

September 23, 2016

Homecoming, the well anticipated first dance of the year, was held on September 17 this year. As always, the ballads for Homecoming princesses go in about two weeks prior to the dance, followed by the reveal of the freshman, sophomore, and junior princess as well as the senior princesses at the end of...

What was the Happiest Moment of Your Life?

By Lindsay Herhusky and Abigail Winters, Sports Editor and Staff

September 15, 2016

Everything to Know About Fantasy Football

Everything to Know About Fantasy Football

By James Sheridan, Writer

September 13, 2016

As the NFL football season starts up, so do the all the fantasy football leagues that go along with it. There are many traditions and league expectations that are kept up with from year to year. In Fantasy Football each person in the league will have a quarterback, running backs, wide receivers, a...

Rachel Ranieri

Rachel Ranieri

By Alyssa Ilaria, Feature Editor

September 9, 2016

"I regret stressing as much as I have through high school, instead of enjoying it. Especially my junior year, I studied a little too much and stressed out a lot about it. It ended up bringing my self-esteem down, my grades down, and the amount of sleep and my mental health decreased. I wasn't able to...

State Fair Fun

State Fair Fun

By Addie Ashton, Staff

September 1, 2016

          When you think of a stereotypical state fair, normally people think of ridiculously greasy food, deep fried everything, and questionable fair rides. This year’s annual state fair, held in Indianapolis, was no different.                 “I went the second day it was o...