• CCHS
  • Netflix Hidden Gems

    By: Alexa Hanan As the days become darker and colder with the changing season, you will all be spending more time inside with the urge to watch something cozy. Netflix has an array of cozy shows, but two that I have been enjoying are Penelope and The Great British Baking Show. Penelope was released in […]

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  • Plainfield High School Publication Under Fire

      By: Clayton Lewis On October the 30th, the Indy Star shed some light on the most recent, and perhaps most controversial, issue of Plainfield High School’s student publication, The Shakedown; for those who don’t know already, The Shakedown magazine is published by Plainfield High School’s very own publications class. On the 23rd of October […]

  • CCHS
  • Cooking With Clay: Blue Powerade Brine Bathed Turkey

    By: Clayton Lewis Ingredients 2 gallons of Cold Blue Powerade 2 cups of kosher salt 1 whole turkey thawed 1 medium onion cut into fourths 1 medium carrot coarsely chopped 1 medium celery stalk coarsely chopped 1 teaspoon dried thyme leaves 3 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted Steps Mix cold powerade in a large, clean bucket […]

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  • Black Friday: Recommended Tips and Tricks

    By: Luke Roberts Every year, there is a day set aside that brings people rushing to stores and scavenging for the best ground-breaking deals offered at their local retailers. This day, known throughout the nation as “Black Friday,” kicks off the holiday season with overnight camps outside stores, people shoving you over to get to […]

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  • Less Talking, More Listening

    By: Luke Dryer There is a major epidemic in our country: the political climate in America is scary. I’m not writing this to say the current administration is ruining our country; in fact, I would dare to say the opposite. I’m writing this because there is a serious issue in our country, that both sides […]

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  • Syrian War

    By: Mitch Renbarger Syria is a country across the globe in the middle-east near Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, and Iraq, all of which don’t always come to mind as peaceful when thought of. If you didn’t know, Syria has been dealing with a large civil war in their country, dating back to March 15th, 2011. The […]

  • Profiles
  • Peyton, A Profile

    By: Clayton Lewis This past Friday, I had the privilege of interviewing Covenant Senior Peyton Broce. For those of you that don’t know, this is Peyton’s first year here at Covenant, having transferred from a school all the way in Toledo, Ohio. Intrigued by this, I asked Peyton about her school experiences from back in […]

  • Sports
  • Kneeling During Anthem Causes Stir Within NFL

    By: Luke Roberts and Luke Dryer The National Football League has been the centerpiece of sports in America for a long time now, consistently the most popular entertainment among players and fans for over three decades. Although it comes with its fair share of jaw dropping moments and high flying catches, the sport has recently […]

  • Creativity Corner
  • Netflix Hidden Gems

    By: Alexa Hanan Netflix is something that we are all familiar with. It enables us to fill our weekends with joy-filled, mind numbing binge-watching sessions because of its array of TV show and movie selections. Most people are familiar with the blockbuster shows and movies, but it also has things that are less noticed, but […]

  • Columns
  • Hurricane Coverage

    By: Mitch Renbarger and Clay Lewis Recently there have been a lot of natural disasters occurring towards the western half of the world. Everyone has taken notice of  the hurricanes like Harvey, Irma, and Jose, but there have still been a lot of other catastrophes taking place like hurricane Katia and the three huge earthquakes […]