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Battle of the Nest: Chinese Edition

Battle of the Nest: Chinese Edition

By Morgan Galer, Assistant Web Manager

March 22, 2016

For as long as time can remember, Chinese food has been prevalent in our society. Zionsville is not very diverse in terms of people, however in terms of food, we have it all. We have two main Chinese restaurants in this town, Rice Cooker and Happy Kitchen. These restaurants vary in a plethora of ways...

From Zionsville to Nationals

From Zionsville to Nationals

By Lindsey Mills, Staff

March 21, 2016

ZCHS has a multitude of clubs to pick and choose from to join, there is certainly at least one everyone would enjoy. Though all are unique in their own way, today we will focus on one. That club being the Business Professionals of America club. To those in the dark about what the club is all about, it...

ZCHS Concert and the Man Behind It

ZCHS Concert and the Man Behind It

By Emma Kershner, Staff

March 15, 2016

David Ashton David Ashton David Ashton David Debrota Victor Wooten and the Zionsville Community High School Jazz band put on a concert on March 4 in the Performing Arts center. “It was incredible. Wooten was an amazing person and musician, and it was a great opportunity for those of us who were involved,” Annie Faulkne...

But the Children Love the Books: Illuminae

But the Children Love the Books: Illuminae

By Abigail Winters, Staff

February 23, 2016

For those looking for a new book to immerse themselves in, Illuminae by Amie Kaufman is a brilliant book to read. “This is one of those rare books that will truly keep your heart pounding and the pages turning as you peel back the layers—and you hope that the characters you love survive,” Marie Lu...

February-March Concerts

February-March Concerts

By Megan Havlin, Student Life Editor

February 22, 2016

Music: The key to the soul Rap Old National Centre Mike Stud with OCD: Moosh & Twist and Futuristic (Back 2 You Tour) on February 17th at 8:00 pm http://concerts.livenation.com/event/05004F57DB6E7FBE?_ga=1.176145634.1762952779.1444181148 Monster Energy Outbreak Tour Presents...

Zionsville Now and Then

By Anna Campbell, Opinion Editor

February 17, 2016

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But the Children Love the Books: An Ember in the Ashes

But the Children Love the Books: An Ember in the Ashes

By Lindsay Herhusky, Staff

February 17, 2016

Every once in a while, a person will stumble upon a good book, and fall deeply in love. They will become attached to the novel, maybe even form deep emotional bonds to the fictional characters. For us avid readers, we are constantly searching for the next book to delve into. When we find one that pul...

Alum Turned Idol: Extended Edition

Alum Turned Idol: Extended Edition

By Julia Steele, Editor-in-Chief

February 12, 2016

The extended version of this interview began after Kendall Phillips, two time American Idol contestant, made the statement that she could not call herself a pianist after hearing other piano players. Q: What about Harry Connick? He is an amazing pianist. A: Harry Connick. He is so handsome in pe...

Athlete of the Month

Athlete of the Month

By Emma Wagner, Staff

February 10, 2016

Sydney has been playing basketball since 5th grade, and in her free time she likes to go on runs on the trails on a nice day. Sydney will not be continuing her basketball career in college, she will be playing Lacrosse. This year the lady eagles have had a record breaking season, they have set the record...

Feature Teacher

Feature Teacher

February 9, 2016

The Zionsville Town hall is currently going through a relocation process. The Town Hall is currently located at 1100 Oak Street right across from our friendly neighborhood McDonalds’. Before the town hall was relocated to its current location on Oak Street, it was referred to as Castle Hall and was...

Winter Fun, Winter Reading

Winter Fun, Winter Reading

By Abigail Winters, Staff

February 1, 2016

Winter break was a perfect time to read. There was no homework and plenty of time to waste, especially if you were sitting in a car for 12 hours. “If I’m reading a fun book, then I can just sit down and read it and forget about everything else that’s stressful in my life,” Grace Weston, sophomore,...

Kate Buckland

Kate Buckland

By Alyssa Ilaria, Staff

January 15, 2016

“Last year when I did the Optimist Speech, I was really nervous. I knew that I did not win semi-regionals, but I still knew that I did really well. I was really proud of all the hard work that I had put into it. The car ride there I was super nervous; I am not a huge fan of talking in front of people....