The Harbinger

Unbiased Review: Waist Trainer

Unbiased Review: Waist Trainer

By Kelly Garcia, Assistant Web Editor

May 20, 2016


Filed under Opinion

After I wrote my story for the print issue of the Harbinger, I began to wonder, what is the big deal with the waist trainers? The Kardashians have really influenced the female population in thinking that they need this item in their wardrobe. I know that there are a lot of health concerns that come alo...

Review of Captain America: Civil War

May 19, 2016


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Civil War is directed by the Russo Brothers and stars a whole lot of people. The main players are Captain America played by Chris Evans and Iron Man played by Robert Downey Jr. This movie is all that Batman VS Superman wasn't, fast paced and action packed with an actual reason for in-fighting throughout ...

Nikon vs. Canon

Nikon vs. Canon

By Robert Takesue, Staff

May 11, 2016


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For all photographers, the camera is obviously an essential tool in creating photographs. For many photographers, a DSLR, SLR or mirrorless camera is the preferred choice. These cameras offer higher image quality, but at a high price. Starter DSLRs go for 300 dollars while professional cameras and lenses...

Prom Promiscuity

Prom Promiscuity

By Morgan Galer, Student Life Editor

April 29, 2016


Filed under Opinion

As every high school student knows, public display of affection (PDA) is something that, unfortunately, happens way too often. From hallways to the back of the classroom, hormonal teenagers just cannot seem to cool off enough to save it for later. While it is no secret that prom is the birthplace of PDA (among ...

Talk2Us: Dating a Second Semester Senior

By Marissa Stacy and Claire Austin, Managing Editor and Staff

April 28, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Q: Is it worth it to start dating a second semester senior this late in the year?   A: There are pros and cons to dating a second semester senior this late in the year. We would like to point out the pros.   The first real deciding factor is if you like him or her, and we mean actually like...

Taste of Zionsville: Which Wich

Taste of Zionsville: Which Wich

By Cam Pokrifcak, Sports Editor

April 27, 2016


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My search for the best, cheap eateries for ZCHS students has brought me to one of the newest additions in Anson – Which Wich.

Journey through the Political Playground: Capitalism

By Maeve, Staff

April 22, 2016


Filed under Opinion

For many years, I have listened intently as those around me have praised and discounted the various political belief structures available to us.  I could no longer stand idly by and allow others have all the fun. I decided that in order to differentiate between fact and fiction, I would need to immerse...

Amnesty For Immigrants

Amnesty For Immigrants

By Ella Peavler, News Editor

April 19, 2016


Filed under Opinion

The topic of illegal immigration has frequently presented itself in the 2016 presidential election. Even before that, it has been a heated topic of discussion. According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, there are an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in the country, and that number...

High Fashion Meets High Privilege

High Fashion Meets High Privilege

By Lindsey Mills, Staff

April 15, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Some of today’s most popular runway models are in fact living the dream. They have a plethora of social media fans, jet between New York and Paris, and live basically the lushest lifestyle imaginable. But do you ever wonder if some are more deserving than others? As it is known, teens these days, ...

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

By Addie Ashton and Katie Anderson, Staff

April 15, 2016


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  Topic: Thumbs… (Up, Down, Both) Reason/Details Recent Weather Conditions Down 30 degrees in April? What a bummer. I think we had warmer weather in January… you know, when it was actually winter. After school Sushi Snack Up A definite thumbs up for all the sushi lovers in the school. (Not s...

But the Children Love the Books: Every Fifteen Minutes

But the Children Love the Books: Every Fifteen Minutes

By Abigail Winters, Staff

April 14, 2016


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  The dystopian novels have been in for a while now. The doom and gloom of the future have been pounding away at our brains. For those who are needing an escape from the dystopias but wanting a fiction novel set in the present time still filled with action and intensity, Every Fifteen Minutes by L...

Dictator on the Down-Low: Vladimir Putin

By Ella Peavler, Staff

April 13, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Vladimir Putin has been president of Russia since August of 1999, and as it looks right now, he’s going to stay in power for even longer. He’s been a topic of discussion in the 2016 presidential election and while many people know that Putin has had a dictatorial amount of power in Russia, not many...