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Students explore Zoom fashion
Features

Anna Mossing | September 22, 2020

Glancing through the gallery view of a Zoom call, one can see a variety of outfits in each square. Some students choose to dress as if they are going into school, others just roll out of bed, and a few…

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Seven Minute Civics: presidential power
Audio

Carter Hanefeld | May 7, 2020

How powerful is the president really?

This story was originally published on N the Red on May 2, 2020.

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The FHS Sports Showcase (March 26, 2020)
Coronavirus

Nate Albin | March 31, 2020

In this episode, quarantined Fletcher and Nate talk about the coronavirus. They discuss its effect on sports, how the IHSAA and other leagues will move forward and have an exclusive interview with sophomore…

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Muslim families will modify their usual Ramadan celebrations in anticipation of COVID-19
Coronavirus

Sydney Territo | March 26, 2020

Ramadan is a special month for Muslim families. It is a time to get together and celebrate their religion for a month while also self-reflecting on how they can self-discipline in the coming months. This…

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eLearning Week 1: Students miss school community
Coronavirus

N the Red Staff | March 26, 2020

For the first week of eLearning, teachers assigned 20-30 minutes of work for each class, each day. Social distancing began on March 15 to slow the spread of COVID-19, but it posed new challenges for students.

Question:…

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Churches cancel services due to COVID-19, digital services offered
Coronavirus

Lily Thomas | March 24, 2020

To slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, gatherings should be limited to 10 people or less as recommended by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. This limitation poses difficulties for places…

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Athletes work around postponed seasons
Coronavirus

Andrew Haughey | March 20, 2020

Amid the outbreak of COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus, athletes and sports staff everywhere are being forced to postpone or even cancel their season. The NBA, MLS, MLB and NHL are among a few of…

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Seven Minute Civics: Impeachment
Audio

Carter Hanefeld | February 18, 2020

This story was originally published on N the Red on February 5, 2020.

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I hate AP Capstone. Here’s why.
Opinions

Ellie Albin | December 10, 2019

I’m not a great student. Seriously. I haven’t ever been, really.

I’ve certainly had my moments – don’t get me wrong. I’ve done exceptionally well in some courses. But, in terms of what I…

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Underclassmen awards ceremony creates feeling of unimportance
Opinions

Ellie Albin | May 15, 2019

I have never been invited to the underclassmen awards ceremony, but it has shaped my educational and emotional experience more than any other event since I entered high school.

Last week, an envelope…

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HSE School Board should protect LGBTQ+ students, staff from discrimination
Opinions

Katie Wiseman | May 15, 2019

Every student is entitled to an education, every person is entitled to the opportunity of equal employment, and every person is entitled to receive respect regardless of race, religion, etc. There are…

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One year later the Get Schooled Tour still fails to grasp students mental health concerns
Opinions

Curren Gauss | April 19, 2019

On March 27, 2018 I posted my first article on Fishersnthered.com titled “Get Schooled Tour fails to grasp extent of mental health”, detailing the convocation I attended days before: the Get Schooled…

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Transportation department combats polar vortex
News

Helen Rummel | February 7, 2019

Indiana reached record low temperatures on Jan. 30 according to WTHR. The HSE school district canceled school for both Wednesday and Thursday due to “extreme cold temperatures.”

Buses are often considered…

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‘Battlefield V’ handles women in warfare with respect, accuracy
Arts & Entertainment

Benjamin McHenry | December 18, 2018

Women in violent video games remains a contentious topic. Go to Reddit, Twitter, or any other social media and you can find threads filled with cries of historical inaccuracy and accusations of pandering…

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Road to College: Seniors meet early action deadlines
Features

Carson Lilley | November 15, 2018

Senior Luke Dubec trudges down the stairs, still groggy from being woken up. Moments later the doorbell rings and he answers it, stunned to find himself face-to-face with lights, cameras and Trip the bulldog…

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Pasta bowl rooted in history of activism
Features

Grace Mossing | October 4, 2018

For Fishers locals, changing a life can start with bringing in a small box of pasta. The HSE and FHS rivalry, which has been a part of HSE Schools’ tradition for years, kickstarted the Pasta Bowl: a simple…

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Pep rally critics win tug of war over debated tradition
News

Marie Gabbard | October 1, 2018

Cheering students, marching band playing in the background and bringing the school together through various activities to prep for the homecoming game were once staples of the yearly pep rally. However,…

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