CEHS News

The Food Pantry Is for YOU

The Food Pantry Is for YOU

Caroline Emerick, Content Editor

May 22, 2020

Now more than ever students and families are feeling financially strained. With the rise in food costs, many families find themselves short of adequate food supplies. Despite this, Bartholomew County School Corporation (BCSC) wants its students and families to know that the East food pantry is still o...

Coronavirus: The Pandemic That Shut Down the World

Coronavirus: The Pandemic That Shut Down the World

Maggie O'Connor, Staff Reporter

May 19, 2020

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is catastrophic. Worldwide, nations are facing economic turmoil and health crises. While these effects are all over the news, the local effect is just as critical, which is the focus of this story. Also included is the history of pandemics, and how that has affected...

Immigration Limitations

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Heidi Banaschak, Staff Reporter

May 13, 2020

Immigration has become a controversial topic in America. With the election of President Donald Trump back in 2016, the bickering only continued to grow more. Currently, Americans are under the Immigration and Nationality Act. For a while, this law allowed the United States to grant and confirm 675,000 pe...

The Parks and Rec Disaster

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Maggie O'Connor, Staff Reporter

April 22, 2020

While everyone is cooped up inside, it is nice to have some decent weather. The recent days of 65 degrees and sunshine have made plenty of people want to head outside and enjoy the great outdoors. While a backyard or a driveway can be fun, any neighborhood park would ordinarily be a go-to location for some ou...

The Second Person Cured of HIV

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Rylan Perkins, Staff Reporter

April 11, 2020

In 2011, Timothy Brown became the first person cured of the disease in Berlin. Now, less than ten years later, a man from London has become the second person to have ever been cured of HIV. HIV specifically targets CD4 cells, which are the body’s defenders against infection, since they use them to m...

Allie Cat News: Churches’ Responses to Coronavirus

Allie Cat News: Churches' Responses to Coronavirus

Allie Hall, Staff Reporter

April 6, 2020

With the COVID-19 outbreak, churches have had to quickly adapt to the new circumstances. Allie interviews Rebecca Malburg, a staff member from The Ridge in Columbus, to talk about how the church has responded to the pandemic. https://youtu.be/xKzgvoyIAlg

Nature Bounces Back

Nature Bounces Back

Grace Wolter, Staff Reporter

April 6, 2020

Ever since the outbreak of COVID-19, all that is seen on the news is virus-related information. Every day there is a new update and, what seems like, more and more bad news. Regardless of all the fear going around, there is some good coming out of the quarantining and social distancing. All over t...

Salt Lake City Earthquake Overlooked by Businesses

Salt Lake City Earthquake Overlooked by Businesses

Savannah Wells, Staff Reporter

March 24, 2020

With recent devastation involving the COVID-19, other tragedies have been disregarded. On March 18, a 5.7 magnitude earthquake struck Salt Lake City, Utah. This earthquake has caused many factories and airports to shut down, along with 73,000 people without power immediately following the disaster.  Wi...

Service Pups

Service Pups

Heidi Banaschak, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2020

Dogs have evolutionized over many centuries, becoming important helpers to human beings today. National Puppy Day, observed on March 23 this year, is a holiday expressed in America on where owners can settle down with their dogs and enjoy time together.  There are dogs, however, who are not seen as p...

The Politics of the Coronavirus

President Donald Trump speaks at a press conference on March 15.

Maggie O'Connor, Staff Reporter

March 17, 2020

While there is much to be said about the Coronavirus epidemic in itself, there seems to be much more going on than just the virus. The politics behind a national emergency can be overwhelming and seem chaotic, but there are a few simple factors that you need to know.  First, what is a national emergency, and why was the ...

National and Local Coronavirus Updates

National and Local Coronavirus Updates

Gaby Heredia, Content Editor

March 14, 2020

The infamous disease that seems to be traveling the world is continuing to get worse as the days go on. President Donald Trump just declared the pandemic of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) a national emergency. The term national emergency can have many definitions attached to it, which can lead to many unnecess...

BCSC Releases Coronavirus Statement

BCSC Releases Coronavirus Statement

Caroline Emerick, Content Editor

March 11, 2020

Something that has been on everyone’s minds is COVID-19 or Coronavirus disease. This virus has become a public health emergency and many countries are struggling under pressure to find a solution. As many cases around the U.S. are coming in, Indiana now has its own fair share of them.  Many s...