The Harbinger

Seeing into the Past

By Owen Hasty, Staff

April 25, 2016

Imagine being able to see images of the early stages of galaxies being formed. Now imagine them in more detail than a high definition television. This is possible now with the Atacama Large Millimeter Array or ALMA. Located in the Atacama Desert in Chile, this telescope is actually 66 individual telescopes...

The Return of the Headband

By Alex Leix, News Editor

April 21, 2016

     Blair Cornelia Waldorf is the main character in the popular hit show Gossip Girl. On the Upper East Side in Manhattan, New York, Blair is their teenage fashionista. Blair’s headbands appear in the pilot episode and are ever-present  for a few more seasons. They fit her preppy and pois...

Indiana Beach Renovations

Indiana Beach Renovations

By Kelly Babb, Staff

April 20, 2016

In the year of 1926, an amusement park very near and dear to our state’s heart opened for business. Throughout the years, Indiana Beach has undergone many different transformations and a lot of new owners to build it up and put their spin on it. The amusement park was popular among Hoosiers and even...

Which Witch

By Emma Wagner, Staff

April 12, 2016

Which Wich is finally coming to Zionsville/Whitestown. It will be located on Whitestown Parkway across the street from Meijer. The sandwich restaurant is expected to open by late March or early April. Which Wich offers twelve different sandwich bag options to pick from. Which Wich has so many options...

Breakout!

Breakout!

By Marillyn Heigl, Staff

April 7, 2016

For anyone who has ever wanted to see if they would be able to survive a stressful situation requiring an escape, Breakout Indianapolis would be perfect. According to Breakout Indianapolis’ website, their escape games are real-life escape room adventures for small groups where it's necessary to w...

Tennis Swings into Spring

By Alyssa Ilaria, Staff

April 6, 2016

Beginning this March, the girls’ tennis season has started full swing. Tryouts began last Monday, March 4th, ending with forty-one players for the 2016 roster. The team is divided into Varsity/JV and a freshman team, with Matthew Moore and Daveed Bubenichku coaching the Varsity/JV and Nelson Nguyen coa...

Zionsville Now and Then

By Anna Campbell, Opinion Editor

April 6, 2016

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April 1 – May 13 Concerts

April 1 - May 13 Concerts

By Megan Havlin, Student Life Editor

April 5, 2016

  Mutemath with Paper Route at Old National Centre on April 1st at 7:00 pm http://concerts.livenation.com/event/05004F57A0DB335D?_ga=1.94216989.1402007393.1458741850 Monster Energy Outbreak Tour Presents: Issues with Crown The Empire, One Ok Rock, and Night Verses at Old National C...

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Fun Fact: the pores in the epidermis of a leaf are called

By Ari Boyll, Feature Editor

March 27, 2016

French Event

French Event

By Kelly Babb, Staff

March 23, 2016

Get out your masks and big fancy dresses, French club is putting on a masquerade ball. Recently, French 4 classes have been reading The Three Musketeers. The teachers have decided to bring the book to life and are doing a celebration for the students getting through the book. For the most part Fre...

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Fun Fact: Some swans have been reported to only swim with one leg, the other being tucked above it's tail. This helps the swan to change direction more smoothly when the swan is swimming on the surface of the water.

By Ari Boyll, Feature Editor

March 22, 2016

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...