The Harbinger

Parking Lot Karaoke: Harbinger Edition

By Marissa Stacy, Managing Editor

October 31, 2016

Parking Lot Karaoke: Parking Lot Edition

By Marissa Stacy and Erin Patterson, Managing Editor and Writter

August 29, 2016

Thank you to Emme Shank (12), Chris Guerro (12), Grant Pullen (12), Cole Nalbandian (12), and Andrew Broecker (11) for joining Erin Patterson and Marissa Stacy in their first episode of Parking Lot Karaoke.

Team Spirit

By Owen Hasty, Staff

May 13, 2016

Recently the Zionsville Community High School Choralaires won the National Spirit Award, recognizing the hard work and dedication poured into this program by countless individuals. When asked what it meant to the program, member, and ZCHS student Kristen Michael, senior, had this to say, “It means...

One Dress, Two Ways

photo courtesy: Mickey's Girl

By Alex Leix, Print Editor

May 12, 2016

Everyone loves a soft, casual “swing dress.” If you do not own one, put it at the top of your shopping list. Not only are swing dresses soft, but they are also comfortable, airy, and easy. I chose this type of dress to feature in two different ways because it can be worn with absolutely anything,...

Summer at Klipsch

Summer at Klipsch

By Emma Wagner, Staff

May 4, 2016

June: 4th: Keith Urban 16th: One Hell of a Night with Joe Walsh and Bad Company 17th: Dead and Company 18th Florida Georgia Line 23rd: Jimmy Buffett 25th: Darius Rucker 26th: Phish 30th: Kenny Chesney July: 1st: Def Leppard 8th & 9th: Luke Bryan 12th: Weezer and Panic! At the Disco 13th:...

The Clubs of ZCHS: Philosophy and Theology

The Clubs of ZCHS: Philosophy and Theology

By Noah McCarty-Slaughter, Staff

May 3, 2016

Out of the many diverse and interesting clubs in Zionsville, Philosophy and Theology club is no exception. A place where students can discuss everything and anything, Philosophy and Theology club offers students a chance to learn about interesting and sometimes controversial topics.   Philosophy and Th...

Photo of the Week

Fun fact:  an ornamental gargoyle that is not constructed as a waterspout is technically called a chimera.

By Ari Boyll, Feature Editor

May 2, 2016

How to Make a Brownie Bowl

How to Make a Brownie Bowl

By Tea Wright, Staff

April 29, 2016

Things you will need: A tub of any ice cream flavor you choose Brownie batter of your choice (I chose to use Ghirardelli as my brownie batter) 2 muffin tins Cookie spray Chocolate sauce Rainbow Sprinkles 1 egg, 1/4 cup of water, and 1/3 cup of oil (for the brownie batter) Step...

What’s Coachella?

What's Coachella?

By Marillyn Heigl, Opinion Editor

April 27, 2016

Anyone who follows avid music-festival-attendees on Instagram or any celebrities definitely have heard of Coachella. They have seen the giant crowds, the boho-chic outfits along with lots of candids of people having what seems like a great time, but may not be sure what exactly people do at Coachella. For...

Photo of the Day

April 26, 2016

Counting Stripes

By Owen Hasty, Staff

April 26, 2016

On April 20th, 2016 it was announced by the WWF (World Wildlife Foundation) that the Indochinese species of tigers has become extinct in Cambodia. The species has been essentially erased from the nation of Cambodia where they were forced from their territory by humans. The expansion of towns and villag...

Girls Tennis Update

By Erin Patterson, Staff

April 25, 2016

The girls tennis teams are off to a good start this year, returning seven players who competed in the regional last year. The season is looking bright for a very talented team. The Varsity and Junior Varsity teams both have a 6-1 record on the season. Varsity lost to Avon 4-1, who is ranked 8th in...