The Harbinger

An Undefeated Season

An Undefeated Season

By Anna Murphy, Sports Editor

April 10, 2019

The girls step out on stage eagerly waiting to hear the final decisions from the judges. Huddled together, they listen with excitement hoping to hear their name called. And, finally, they all celebrate together when they hear the words, “Zionsville Choraliares, Grand Champions!” Week after week...

Stable Relationships

Stable Relationships

By Rachel Shultz, Student Life Editor

March 22, 2019

     When you see a person riding a horse, it looks easy, like anyone could do it. What you don’t see is the countless hours spent in lessons and training, as well as time developing relationships with the horses they ride.      Equestrian sports are often overlooked and underappreciated. ...

Model Citizens

Model Citizens

By Kylie Heagy, Opinion Editor

March 21, 2019

At first glance, the Model United Nations club is a bit confusing. For the average student who knows absolutely nothing about the United Nations or the way it works, the concept can be difficult to grasp. However, the members of Zionsville Community High School’s Model U.N club have managed to naviga...

Boys Basketball Faces Defeat Against Carmel at Regionals

By Mikayla Owens, Multimedia Editor

March 18, 2019

On Sat. March 10, 2019, your Zionsville Boys Basketball team began their regional run at Logansport. The boys team began their day with game one of a possible two-day game schedule against Huntington North. The Eagles led throughout the game finishing with a 52-41 win over Huntington North. Scoring...

Basketball Wins Back-To-Back

Basketball Wins Back-To-Back

By Anna Murphy, Sports Editor

March 7, 2019

On Mar. 2, 2019, the Zionsville boys basketball beat McCutcheon 64-41, effectively winning the sectional title for the 2nd year in a row. The boys basketball team won two very hard fought games this past weekend, defeating a tough Lafayette Jefferson team on Friday night and then advancing to soar pa...

The Craze of 2019

The Craze of 2019

By Jillian Bond, Staff

March 7, 2019

It has been just a few months since 2019 began and the year has brought some of the most popular trends yet. It seems like everyone you know has the newest clothes, shoes, or technology, and that’s because most students are up to date with the latest movements. From Airpods and Hydro Flasks, to high...

AirPods: What’s the Big Deal?

AirPods: What’s the Big Deal?

By Anna Murphy, Sports Editor

February 26, 2019

Apple is constantly releasing new products left and right. From the iPhone XR to the Apple Watch. Most of these releases make the headlines for a day, then are forgotten about a week later. Although, one recent product has made waves on social media over the past couple of months. What is it? AirPods. On...

Combo Rehearsal

By Grace Gogis, Staff

February 7, 2019

Sadie’s Switch-Up

By Grace Gogis, Staff

February 7, 2019

Every January, ZCHS students get geared up for the biggest school event of the winter: Sadie’s. Known as the school’s “girls ask” dance, this dance has always been a fun way to flip conventional gender roles and put a unique twist on a school dance. So it was evident that students were confused and curious whe...

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 ...