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The student news site of Fishers High School, Fishers, Indiana

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The student news site of Fishers High School, Fishers, Indiana

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Reviewing the options for munching in the morning
Tanner Guillot, Reporter • September 26, 2023

Senior Lily Sharp smiles and laughs while being crowned homecoming queen. Looking out and supporting Sharp from the stands was Junior Larkyn Muth, who looked back on the night and said, “The game was super fun, my choir got to sing the national anthem and one of my best friends won homecoming queen,” Muth said. “It was just an overall fun night!” The Homecoming football game was on Sept. 22.
Partying in the endzone
Evie Briar and Madeleine DavisSeptember 26, 2023

The class of 2027 elects 7 freshmen for student government.
Fishers freshman lead the way
Elliot Haan, Reporter • September 19, 2023

    Every year when the freshman class comes in there are class officers and a class president elected. They can bring news ideas to the table...

Former President Trump’s pride in his mugshot causes potential for outside criticism of America as a whole.
Making a meme of U.S.
Malak Samara, Editor in Chief • September 19, 2023

    America’s image to the outside world is something that should be held to a certain set of standards. Otherwise, other countries could...

Members of the student section watch the football game. “As a spirit leader, my role is to keep the energy hype and positive no matter what the score is,” Baranovsky said. “We all want the same thing: to beat HSE. I always want to make sure that we are cheering loud and getting all the classes involved.” Fishers lost the game to HSE with a final score of 35-34 on Sept. 8, 2023.
One point to win
Emerson Elledge, Copy and Design Editor • September 13, 2023

Orchestra concert reviewed by participants

Orchestra’s first concert of the year took place in the auditorium on Tuesday, Oct. 9 from 7-8 p.m. The cost was three dollars for students and five dollars for adults.

The String Orchestra, made up of mostly freshmen, opened the concert with a fiddle tune called “Wabash Cannonball.” The last two pieces they played were an arrangement of “The Phantom of the Opera” and “March Militaire.”

“If we’re focused and can play well, we’ll be fine. But it depends,” cellist Chloe Snipes of the String Orchestra said before the concert.

Next, the Philharmonic Orchestra played their three pieces. These pieces were called “Ancient Ritual,” “Lullaby” and “Fire Dance.”


“It could have gone better, but we didn’t do too terribly,” sophomore Liam O’Sullivan, a violinist from the Philharmonic Orchestra said.

The Symphony Orchestra played the last three pieces, “The Barber of Seville,” “Bradenburg Concerto no. 6” and “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. Since the Symphony only played movement two out of three of “Bradenburg Concert no. 6,” orchestra director Steven Meurer combined the movement with “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” to finish off the concert.

“We all did pretty well. There were mistakes throughout the three orchestras, but that’s kind of expected,” Taylor Bird, a freshman violinist of the String Orchestra said.

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