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Top 2019 Concerts

Top 2019 Concerts

By Jillian Bond, Staff

April 10, 2019


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When scrolling through Instagram on summer break, you’ll often see posts of people at concerts. Teens posing in the lawn at the Ruoff Home Mortgage Center or with the flashing lights of Bankers Life Fieldhouse in the background. There are singers like Ariana Grande, Luke Bryan and LANY coming to Indy...

Which College Fits You?

Which College Fits You?

By Jillian Bond, Staff

March 20, 2019


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As a fellow high school student, I have constant thoughts about which college is best for me and there are many other students, my age and older, who have no idea where to start in terms of finding the right fit. Components of schools vary in terms of size, religions, and programs. Many private universities...

What’s the Big Deal?

By Sadie Graham, Staff

March 18, 2019


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For many, it seems like the presidential election is already being shoved down our throats. From social media to the news on TV, and even your grandpa, it seems like the 2020 election is already here. Many people in school right now will be eligible for voting in the next election. “You must...

Basketball Wins Back-To-Back

Basketball Wins Back-To-Back

By Anna Murphy, Sports Editor

March 7, 2019


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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...

Boys Swimming Sectionals

By Ruth Cronin, News Editor

February 26, 2019


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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...

Are Delays and Snow Days Worth It?

Are Delays and Snow Days Worth It?

By Jillian Bond, Staff

February 12, 2019


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With winter being a big part of where we live, snow days and two-hour delays are always being looked forward to by students, especially here at ZCHS. The question is though, do the E-Days and schedule changes cause more stress during the days off rather than relaxation? Ever since I can remember,...

Sadie Graham

Sadie Graham

January 29, 2019


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Hi, my name is Sadie and I am a staff member on the Harbinger. I'm a sophomore, and this is my first semester on staff. I play soccer for the school and Indy Fire.

Jillian Bond

Jillian Bond

January 29, 2019


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Hi, I'm Jillian Bond. I am sophomore and this is my first semester on staff for Harbinger! I enjoy traveling, going to concerts and writing. I'm excited to experience my first semester in this class and make new memories!

Throwback: Freaky Fridays

By Kylie Heagy, Staff

December 20, 2018


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If there’s one thing that every student at Zionsville knows, it’s that Fridays were disastrous for a three-week time period towards the beginning of the year. The second week of school ended on a strong note, with an early dismissal due to a power outage, and the following Friday nearly brought the...

Welcoming Winter

By Katie O'Beirn, Staff

December 20, 2018


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Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, the winter and holiday festivities are in full swing. Many people argue that the holiday spirit is the best part of winter time. Although this season is a stressful time of year, many students look for the silver lining that winter has to offer. Christmas music...

The Complex Characters of “I’ll Give You the Sun” And Why I Love Them

The Complex Characters of “I’ll Give You the Sun” And Why I Love Them

By Anna Murphy, Sports Editor

November 15, 2018


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Jandy Nelson’s book, “I’ll Give You the Sun” has to be one of my all-time favorite stories in the entire library. It is a story about twins who are so alike, yet total opposites at the same time. Nelson has the unique ability to tell one story from many different character’s perspectives, while...

Super Troupers

Super Troupers

By Ruth Cronin, News Editor

November 15, 2018


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From November 15th to the 17th, ZCHS will put on their annual fall musical. This year the popular show Mamma Mia! was chosen and many talented students have been working hard to bring the performance together. “The talent and energy from the cast will make everyone in the audience want to get u...