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Nicole Klee Solomon Knight Justin Knox Kacie Kooiman Garrett Larson Garrett Larson Samuel Larson Damon Lee Pascal Lee Madelyn Lego Cierra Lehman Douglas Lemon Dalton Leslie Laura Lopez Tanairys Lopez Roth Lovins Courtney Lucas Karina Lugo Krista Luttrell Luke Lyvers Drake Maddix William Mahl Evelyn Malcomb Jessica Mao Conner Marshall Chase Maynard Katherine McAvoy Tiffany McCarty Shannon McDonald Zach McKinsey Gabrielle McLemore Caleb McMillan Joseline Medina Spencer Memering Jasmin Mendoza Matthew Meyer Paul Meyer Connor Millwood Dayton Moon Victoria Morgan Emily Morris Ryan Mulrooney Derique Narans Emily Nauert Sarthak Neema Alayna Nelson Dustin Newland Joshua Nichols Sydney Nickerson Paige Noe Katelyn Novak Megan Novak Payton Nowling Lindsey volume 92 senior issue may 29, 2013 O’Connel Wesley O’Dell Christopher Ojeda Anthony Oliver Connor Oren Claire Owens Mariel Padilla Kathleen Palacios Morgan Palmer Andrew Pannington Sam Parker Nathan Parkhurst Jayson Parlow Greicy Patiño Esveidy Perez Dallin Pesce Megan Peterson Logan Petro Jacob Phillips Amanda Pittman Forrest Plumlee Logan Poff Lee Polly Victoria Prestel Morgan Proffitt Zulema Quevedo Dayna Rangel Seth Reisinger Joshua Rentmeesters Emily Resnik Alex Rhoades Andrew Richardson Christopher Richardson Brandon Roberston Ryan Roberts Fernanda Rojas Ferrandes Rojas Lianne Roll Jaimi Rolston Jacob Rose Kevin Rudzinski Zachary Ruehman Ericka Russell Gabb Russell Jeremy Ryan Paul Salee Sheldon Salo Mia Salvaggio Autumn Sanders Evan Scarbrough Andrew Scher Andrea Schoenegge Sam Schreiner Landon Seavers Dillon Shaffe Kayla Shane Bradley Shaw Thomas Shoaf Quin Shoultz Megan Shrader Jacob Simo Morgan Sims Samantha Skirvin Shelby Slack Ian Smith Kelsey Smith Sawyer Smith Zac Smith Thomas Smythe Rachael Solman Ivan Somers Logan Sowash Justin Sprague Ann Steilberg Jacob Stewart Holly Stockhover Michael Sturgill Dylan Sullivan Taylor Summa Sarah Tam Alan Tarpley Cara Taylor Karson Tays Dylan Thixton Tyler Thomas Jesse Thompkins Kaci Thompkins Hannah Thompson Brianna Thorpe Kelsey Tindell Blaike Travis Allyson Turner Shelby Vace Alma Vera Ramya Vijayagopal Robert Von Hoene Brooke Waltz Carson Ward Michael Ward Dylan Wasmoth Chelsea Waxler Chelsea Weiland Ingrid Weiss Cody Wells Taylor Wheeler Jessica Whitehead Charles Whyte Jenna Whyte Marie Wildemann Rory Willats Hannah Williams Corey Willoughby Jaden Wilson Reid Wilson Trae Wilson Harley Wiltsey Nick Wingate Meagan Wolf Caryn Wolfe Emma Wyke Ernest Xi Jacob Yoder Tyler Young Kynsey Zapfe Avery Zeller Randi Zust Tatum Adkins Andrew Albers Jonathan Alessi Sadie Allman Miguel Alvarado Michelle Amlung Heather Anderson Patrick Angle Hannah Arbuckle Shaquille Ash Jonah Austin Daniel Ayers Robert Babcock Madison Baker Dom Bale Hanna Ballard Ann Bandy Tyler Barr Joshua Beiriger Phillip Bennet David Benson Skylar Berry Hannah Booth Detrian Braxton Lindsey Britt Devin Brock Brandon Brown Ethan Brown Dennis Brumfield Brandon Brush Seth Burton Olivia Cain Katie Calbert Jimmy Callahan Luis Cambron Matt Carey Claudia Chavira Mackayla Chelf Yuwei Chen Thomas Cherry Kizzy Childs Cody Clipp Jacob Coffey Mackenzie Coles Keely Collier Caleb Copeland Alex Cornn Christopher Cox Austin Crouch Clinton Cunningham Debra Dampier Molly Dana Zachary Davies Cayden Davis O’Mar DeLuna Christina DeSanto Christopher Diehn Eric Dobrinski Morgan Donnelly Chaevana Douglas Mitchell Duke Ashley Duncan Brandon Duncan Evelyn Duron Brooklyn Eaglen Joshua Eastman Andrew Easton Brenna Eddelman Mason Engle Erika Espinoza Dylan Everett Skyler Farmer Cheyenne Ferguson Elizabeth Fischvogt Nicole Fish Chase Francoeur Brooklyn Fraze Jessica Freudenthaler Elizabeth Frietzsche Grisel Garcia Joseph Gedeon Emma Geilker Bethany Gill Vishaljit Gill David Gipson McClain Goggin Tony Gonzales Christopher Gorbett Christina Gordon Gemm Gould-Doughtry Elijah Graham Nathaniel Green Olivia Greer William Gretsinger Jacob Griffith Adam Grimes Jason Gu Yorman Guerrero Ellen Hacker Ashley Haiderer Kyler Hall Sean Halstead Dakota Hamilton Rachel Hart Justin Heck Michael Henry Cesar Hernandez Andrew Hill Diana Hillycord William Hilt Dallin Hinckley Colden Hoeltke Jonathon Hoffman Malissa Hofmeister Darrion Holloway Robert Hughes Chloe Hundley Kaitlyn Hurt Toriano Jackson Elizabeth James Sydney Jarrard Sergio Jimenez Alex Jobe Bret Johnson Chase Johnson Gregory Johnson Jared Johnson Ryan Johnson Agne Jonaityte Caleb Jones Erin Jones Jermaine Jones Lou Jorgenson Akitoshi Kato Hannah Kestler Rachel Kimsey Aliie King Mayce Kinsey Sloane Kirsch Nicole Klee Solomon Knight Justin Knox Kacie Kooiman Garrett Larson Garrett Larson Samuel Larson Damon Lee Pascal Lee Madelyn Lego Cierra Lehman Douglas Lemon Dalton Leslie Laura Lopez Tanairys Lopez Roth Lovins Courtney Lucas Karina Lugo Krista Luttrell Luke Lyvers Drake Maddix William Mahl Evelyn Malcomb Jessica Mao Conner Marshall Chase Maynard Katherine McAvoy Tiffany McCarty Shannon McDonald Zach McKinsey Gabrielle McLemore Caleb McMillan Joseline Medina Spencer Memering Jasmin Mendoza Matthew Meyer Paul Meyer Connor Millwood Dayton Moon Victoria Morgan Emily Morris Ryan Mulrooney Derique Narans Emily Nauert Sarthak Neema Alayna Nelson Dustin Newland Joshua Nichols Sydney Nickerson Paige Noe Katelyn Novak Megan Novak Payton Nowling Lindsey O’Connel Wesley O’Dell Christopher Ojeda Anthony Oliver Connor Oren Claire Owens Mariel Padilla Kathleen Palacios Morgan Palmer Andrew Pannington Sam Parker Nathan Parkhurst Jayson Parlow Greicy Patiño Esveidy Perez Dallin Pesce Megan Peterson Logan Petro Jacob Phillips Amanda Pittman Forrest Plumlee Logan Poff Lee Polly Victoria Prestel Morgan Proffitt Zulema Quevedo Dayna Rangel Seth Reisinger Joshua Rentmeesters Emily Resnik Alex Rhoades Andrew Richardson Christopher Richardson Brandon Roberston Ryan Roberts Fernanda Rojas Ferrandes Rojas Lianne Roll Jaimi Rolston Jacob Rose Kevin Rudzinski Zachary Ruehman Ericka Russell Gabby Russell Jeremy Ryan Paul Salee Sheldon Salo Mia Salvaggio Autumn Sanders Evan Scarbrough Andrew Scher Andrea Schoenegge Sam Schreiner Landon Seavers Dillon Shaffer Kayla Shane Bradley Shaw Thomas Shoaf Quin Shoultz Megan Shrader Jacob Simo Morgan Sims Samantha Skirvin Shelby Slack Ian Smith Kelsey Smith Sawyer Smith Zac Smith Thomas Smythe Rachael Solman Ivan Somers Logan Sowash Justin Sprague Ann Steilberg Jacob Stewart Holly Stockhover Michael Sturgill Dylan Sullivan Taylor Summa Sarah Tam Alan Tarpley Cara Taylor Karson Tays Dylan Thixton Tyler Thomas Jesse Thompkins Kaci Thompkins Hannah Thompson Brianna Thorpe Kelsey Tindell Blaike Travis Allyson Turner Shelby Vace Alma Vera Ramya Vijayagopal Robert Von Hoene Brooke Waltz Carson Ward Michael Ward Dylan Wasmoth Chelsea Waxler Chelsea Weiland Ingrid Weiss Cody Wells Taylor Wheeler Jessica Whitehead Charles Whyte Jenna Whyte Marie Wildemann Rory Willats Hannah Williams Corey Willoughby Jaden Wilson Reid Wilson Trae Wilson Harley Wiltsey Nick Wingate Meagan Wolf Caryn Wolfe Emma Wyke Ernest Xi Jacob Yoder Tyler Young Kynsey Zapfe Avery Zeller Randi Zust Tatum Adkins Andrew Albers Jonathan Alessi Sadie Allman Miguel Alvarado Michelle Amlung Heather Anderson Patrick Angle Hannah Arbuckle Shaquille Ash Jonah Austin Daniel Ayers Robert Babcock Madison Baker Dom Bale Hanna Ballard Ann Bandy Tyler Barr Joshua Beiriger Phillip Bennet David Benson Skylar Berry Hannah Booth Detrian Braxton Lindsey Britt Devin Brock Brandon Brown Ethan Brown Dennis Brumfield Brandon Brush Seth Burton Olivia Cain Katie Calbert Jimmy Callahan Luis Cambron Matt Carey Claudia Chavira Mackayla Chelf Yuwei Chen Thomas Cherry Kizzy Childs Cody Clipp Jacob Coffey Mackenzie Coles Keely Collier Caleb Copeland Alex Cornn Christopher Cox Austin Crouch Clinton Cunningham Debra Dampier Molly Dana Zachary Davies Cayden Davis O’Mar DeLuna Christina DeSanto Christopher Diehn Eric Dobrinski Morgan Donnelly Chaevana Douglas Mitchell Duke Ashley Duncan Brandon Duncan Evelyn Duron Brooklyn Eaglen Joshua Eastman Andrew Easton Brenna Eddelman Mason Engle Erika Espinoza Dylan Everett Skyler Farmer Cheyenne Ferguson Elizabeth Fischvogt Nicole Fish Chase Francoeur Brooklyn Fraze Jessica Freudenthaler Elizabeth Frietzsche Grisel Garcia Joseph Gedeon Emma Geilker Bethany Gill Vishaljit Gill David Gipson McClain Goggin Tony Gonzales Christopher Gorbett Christina Gordon Gemm Gould-Doughtry Elijah Graham Nathaniel Green Olivia Greer William Gretsinger Jacob Griffith Adam Grimes Jason Gu Yorman Guerrero Ellen Hacker Ashley Haiderer Kyler Hall Sean Halstead Dakota Hamilton Rachel Hart Justin Heck Michael Henry Cesar Hernandez Andrew Hill Diana Hillycord William Hilt Dallin Hinckley Colden Hoeltke Jonathon Hoffman Malissa Hofmeister Darrion Holloway Robert Hughes Chloe Hundley Kaitlyn Hurt Toriano Jackson Elizabeth James Sydney Jarrard Sergio Jimenez Alex Jobe Bret Johnson Chase Johnson Gregory Johnson Jared Johnson

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SPECIAL SENIOR EDITION MONEY MATTERS

CHASE MAYNARD 19

Senior Chase Maynard dreams of becoming a high school English teacher. But first, he’ll travel the world as an air traffic controller for the United States Navy. Turn to page 19 to read about his plans for the future

Wed. May 15, 159 seniors received at least one scholarship. Some of them, like Mariel Padilla, received many more. Take a look!

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BY THE NUMBERS

Remember that survey you took a few weeks ago? Here are the results!

THIS IS OUR FUTURE

Check out our graduating classmates, and see where they’re headed next year!

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WHEN I WAS LITTLE...

Take a stroll with us down “Memory Lane” and revisit the trends and experiences of childhood in the late ‘90s

TECHNOLOGY TIMELINE

Take a look at how technology has progressed through our lifetimes

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YOUR SENIOR YEAR

You were asked to desribe high school in five words. Check out the results!

ON THE COVER

CARTOON FLASHBACK

Several seniors shared their favorite childhood cartoons

Rather than featuring one face, the cover of this issue’s Triangle features many more: those of the class of 2013! designed by Erika Espinoza

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT

We’ve highlighted three seniors in this last issue of The Triangle for the 2012-13 school year. Check out pages 18 and 19 to read about Chase Maynard, Grace Fischvogt and Carson Ward!

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OUR SENIORS

Thank you for your support. We love what we do and we hope you enjoy the last issue of the year! Keely Collier Erika Espinoza Roth Lovins Raya Vijayagopal

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LAST-ING IMPRESSIONS

See who Sydney Jarrard, CJ Copeland, Randi Zust, Ryan Mulrooney, and Jacob Phillips chose as their most influential faculty member

THE TRIANGLE

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BY THE NUMBERS

SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED Yes, money truly matters, especially when college is just a few months away. Remember at the beginning of the year when you stressed out about scholarship applications? For 159 seniors, all the work has paid off. They were awarded scholarships at the annual Senior Awards Program May 15. A record of

$12,568,867

was given to students on scholarships from various departments and universities Jessie Freudenthaler

“It felt great winning the Ben Baker award. It made me feel one step closer to reaching my goals. I wasn’t expecting it. I thought maybe another person deserved it more than me. But it made my goals feel appreciated.” “I didn’t think I would get any. There are three for school and one for books. They will help me because I have to pay out-ofstate tuition.”

Evelyn Duron

“I have won six or seven (scholarships). It’s very rewarding to be recognized for my efforts. I will use three of (the scholarships). They will cover my tuition for my undergraduate and some of my housing, books, etc.” Reid Wilson Ernest Xi

“I have won the IU Excellence, Glenn and Scolnik Scholarship, Wells Scholarship and S. Edgar and Delora L. Lauther Memorial Scholarship. I feel great to be so lucky. I will receive about $2,000 a year after everything, considering I stay in a dorm which may save me considerably more.”

159

SENIORS were awarded at least one scholarship at the Senior Awards Night

TOP 5 SENIORS scholarship winners

one Mariel Padilla 18 scholarships

Using: two for Miami University

two Lindsey Britt 11 scholarships

Using: seven for Purdue University

three Morgan Donnelly 11 scholarships

four

Using: four for Miami University

Hannah Kestler 10 scholarships

Using: five for Valparaiso University

five

Reid Wilson

10 scholarships

Using: four for Miami University source: 2013 Awards Night atteendee list

SCHOLAR MARIEL PADILLA

M

ariel Padilla made her way to the front of the stage from her seat among the 159 seniors who were recognized at the Senior Awards Night. Every year, the school holds an awards night to honor seniors who receive scholarships of all kinds. At the end of the ceremony, each senior receives a Scholarship Award which lists all scholarships received by the student during the school year. Padilla was the senior who stood in front of the crowd for the longest period of time. She was waiting for Counseling Director Patrick Pemberton to finish listing her 18 scholarships. These scholarships are from various colleges, including the Ball State University Presidential Award and the DePauw University Academic Scholarship. The 18 scholarships add up to approximately $200,000 total. Even though Padilla will not be using all of the 18 scholarships, the Miami University Merit Scholarship will pay for most of her tuition and room and board expenses. “I feel really grateful for these scholarships because it makes college less of a burden on my parents and myself, but it also really opens up more options for me.” Padilla will also use her Youth Leadership Award when she attends Miami Univerisity, where she will continue to apply for music scholarships. compiled by Erika Espinoza

Here are the results of the senior survey! Read on to learn about your fellow classmates, be it their future plans or their high school history. These results are based on the 311 seniors surveyed PLANS AFTER HIGH SCHOOL...

236 30 seniors are going to a four-year college

seniors are going to a two-year college

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15 17

seniors are joining the military

seniors are seniors are unsure going to join the of their future workforce plans

RELATIONSHIPS... (out of 328 surveys)

157 112 10 145 26 seniors are in a relationship

plan to stay together

don’t plan to stay together

35 did not specify

seniors did not answer this question

seniors are not in a relationship

YEAR BORN...

161 130 seniors were born in 1994

4

seniors were born in 1993

2

seniors were born in 1995

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seniors were born seniors did not answer in 1996 this question

THE TRIANGLE

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THIS IS

OUR

FU TU RE

CALIFORNIA

The Jazz School Institute of Berkeley Chloe Hundley, vocal jazz

COLORADO

Naropa University Randi Zust, psychology

FLORIDA

Full Sail University Ashley Duncan, creative writing

HAWAII

Brigham Young University Elizabeth Fischvogt, international relations

ILLINOIS

Eastern Illinois University Jessica Freudenthaler, exercise science Sydney Jarrard, education Western Illinois University Madelyn Lego, musical theatre

INDIANA

Ball State Michelle Amlung, education Jonah Austin, computer science/mathematics Keely Collier, advertising Erika Espinoza, journalism graphics Christopher Gorbett, business Ellen Hacker, public relations Dakota Hamilton, business administration

Indiana Wesleyan University Jacob Coffey, accounting Ivy Tech Miguel Alvarado, electrical engineering

hygiene Derique Narans, nursing/ psychology Greicy Patiño, education Gabby Russel, elementary education Autumn Sanders, elementary /special education Justin Sprague, exercise science Holly Stockhover, nursing Dylan Sullivan, undecided Brianna Thorpe, nursing Brooke Waltz, interior design Dylan Wasmoth, undecided Taylor Wheeler, tourism and hospitality Jaden Wilson, liberal arts Kynsey Zapfe, undecided IUPUI Tatum Adkins, criminal justice Robert Babcock, radiography Brenna Eddelman, pre-fine art Dylan Everett, CMET Elizabeth Frietzsche, nursing Allie King, nursing Paul Salee, exercise science Ann Steilberg, nursing Karson Tays, science Meagan Wolf, fine arts Jenna Whyte, nursing Manchester Univeristy Dennis Brumfield, athletic training Nick Wingate, education Marian University Shaquille Ash, business management Taylor Summa, business administration/management Trae Wilson, business Rose-Hulman Institue of Technology Nathaniel Green, biomedical engineering Spencer Memering, mechanical and electrical engineering Purdue University Phillip Bennet, business David Benson, engineering Lindsey Britt, biochemistry Olivia Cain, elementary education Christina DeSanto, marketing Chaevana Douglas, undecided

enforcement Joseline Medina, law enforcement Jacob Simo, law enforcement Shelby Slack, education Jesse Thompkins, diesel tech

University of Northwestern Ohio Seth Burton, diesel technology Joshua Eastman, motorsports Joshua Nichols, automotives

Wabash University Chase Francoeur, chemistry Conner Marshall, biology/ chemistry Rory Willats theatre/ psychology

Ohio State University Brandon Brush, mechanical engineeering

KENTUCKY

Eastern Kentucky University Emily Morris, business Ian Smith, business management University of Kentucky Robert Hughes, mechanical engineering Connor Oren, mechanical engineering

University of Dayton Jonathan Alessi, pre-med and spanish Andrew Albers, engineering Elizabeth James, pre-law University of Northwestern Ohio Seth Burton, diesel technology Joshua Eastman, pre-law Joshua Nichols, automotives

MARYLAND

University of Maryland Molly Dana, animal science

Xavier University Payton Nowling, biology Jeremy Ryan, international business Rachael Sollman, biology Marie Wildemann, business

MEXICO CITY

PENNSYLVANIA

Fernanda Rojas, business

MICHIGAN Central Michigan University Evan Scarbrough, meteorology

Western Michigan University Daniel Ayers, education

MILITARY

Air Force Jimmy Callahan David Gipson Gregory Johnson Landon Seavers Army Jermaine Jones Army Ranger Jonathon Hoffman National Guard Darrion Holloway Navy Austin Crouch Emma Geilker

Grove City College Paul Meyer, mechanical engineering

RHODE ISLAND Brown University Emma Wyke, international relations

UTAH

Brigham Young University Christopher Cox, mortuary sciences Skyler Farmer, accounting Andrew Hill, undecided Dallin Hinckley, accounting Samuel Larson, undecided Alayna Nelson, psychology Thomas Shoaf, civil engineering

VIRIGINIA

Liberty University Andrew Easton, sports medicine

WASHINGTON Western Washington University Thomas Smythe, environmental policy

WHEN I WAS A LITTLE KID... doctor

No w, I ... plan to go to

The Navy

“[Doctors] always had money and nice cars, but then it didn’t look like it could happen because it was too much work. My grandpa was in the army and my uncle was in the Navy; and he used to talk how fun it was. I also want to travel around the word.”

Ryan Roberts

lawyer

Nursing

“[Law] just grabbed my attention, because [lawyers] would be suited up and I wanted to dress up. In seventh grade I found out it was hard, [so I decided to take nursing classes.] I have taken C4 classes at East, so I have 10 credits for college.”

Zulema Quevedo

vet

No .. dy w, I plan to stu

.

H

Jason Gu, business Ashley Haiderer, psychology Agne Jonaityte, advertising Erin Jones, education Akitoshi Kato, environmental science Garrett Larson, business Douglas Lemon, computer technology Karina Lugo, law Evelyn Malcomb, undecided Jessica Mao, neuroscience Shannon McDonald, accounting Gabrielle McLemore, journalism Ryan Mulrooney, accounting Sarthak Neema, biology Sydney Nickerson, business Nathan Parkhurst, finance Megan Peterson, fashion design/journalism Amanda Pittman, undecided Victoria Prestel, dance and kinesiology Alex Rhoades, business Kevin Rudzinski, theatre Sheldon Salo, legal studies and policy analysis Andrea Schoenegge, accounting Sam Schreiner, environmental science Bradley Shaw, undecided Morgan Sims, eugenics Alan Tarpley, liberal arts Hannah Thompson, exercise science Kelsey Tindell, english education Allyson Turner, psychology Robert Von Hoene, computer science Chelsea Waxler, political science/international relations Ingrid Weiss, physics Reid Wilson, exercise science Harley Wiltsey, psychology Ernest Xi, finance and accounting Tyler Young, biology Avery Zeller, nursing/health administration

Theatre

“When I was in fifth grade, we wrote an essay on what we wanted to do when we grew up. I really wanted to be a vet, but then I realized I didn’t want to do anything doctor-related, or anything related to shots, blood or needles. So, I decided that I wanted to do theatre and be an actress. I have been in theatre all four years (here), in middle school, and I also do theatre in the summer.”

Sarah Tam

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Franklin College Hanna Ballard, marketing Solomon Knight, predentistry Indiana State University Brooklyn Eaglen, nursing William Gretsinger, biomedical Jared Johnson, vocal performance Emily Resnik, theatre International Business College Justin Heck, graphic design IPFW Malissa Hofmeister, accounting IU Bloomington Dom Bale, finance Skylar Berry, criminal justice Ethan Brown, accounting Luis Cambron, accounting Matt Carey, computer science Claudia Chavira, journalism Christopher Diehn, biology Mitchell Duke, accounting

IUPUC Sadie Allman, history education Hannah Arbuckle, business Ann Bandy, undecided Phillip Bennett, business Katie Calbert, nursing Alex Cornn, undecided Evelyn Duron, accounting Cheyenne Ferguson, social work Nicole Fish, veterinary sciences Tony Gonzales, business Yorman Guerrero, undecided Kyler Hall, business/ accounting Cesar Hernandez, mechanical engineering Sergio Jimenez, dentistry Nicole Klee, mechanical engineering Laura Lopez, therapy Tiffany McCarty, social work Dayton Moon, engineering Victoria Morgan, dental

University of Evansville Forrest Plumlee, civil engineering University of Indianapolis Mackenzie Coles, physical therapy Rachel Hart, physical therapy Claire Owens, education Quin Shoultz, occupational therapy/business Kaci Tompkins, criminal justice Chelsea Weiland, exercise science University of Southern Indiana Joshua Beiriger, criminal justice Sean Halstead, undecided Kaitlyn Hurt, interior design Mayce Kinsey, dental hygiene Andrew Richardson, marketing Valparaiso University Hannah Kestler, nursing Vincennes University Devin Brock, law enforcement Cody Clipp, conservation law enforcement/forestry O’Mar DeLuna, law enforcement Colden Hoetltke, welding Toriano Jackson, business/ sports management Courtney Lucas, homeland security and public safety Krista Luttrell, CNC machining Caleb McMillan, law

William Mahl Chase Maynard Anthony Oliver Sawyer Smith U.S. Marine Corp Tyler Barr Lee Polly

MISSISSIPPI

University of Mississippi Connor Millwood, engineering

MISSION TRIP Dallin Pesce

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Dartmouth University Katherine McAvoy, undecided

NEW JERSEY

Seton Hall University Sloane Kirsch, chemistry/ theatre

NEW MEXICO New Mexico Military Institute William Hilt, undecided

NEW YORK Ithaca College Ramya Vijayagopal, journalism

NORTH CAROLINA

University of North Carolina School of the Arts Patrick Angle, lighting design Hannah Booth, technical theatre

OHIO

Bowling Green State University Morgan Palmer, marine biology Hobart Institute of Welding Technology Jacob Yoder, undecided Miami University Morgan Donnelly, communications Mariel Padilla, strategic communication/philosophy

soccer player

WISCONSIN

Marquette University Morgan Proffitt, exercise science

WORK

Mackayla Chelf Thomas Cherry Kizzy Childs Cayden Davis Brandon Duncan Olivia Greer Ryan Johnson Chase Johnson Bret Johnson Lou Jorgenson Cierra Lehman Dalton Leslie Lindsey O’connel Dayna Rangel Brandon Roberston Kayla Shane Michael Sturgill Dylan Thixton Michael Ward Cody Wells Jessica Whitehead

No . n.. w, I plan to be a

Orthodontist “When I was in England, I played soccer for seven years through a travel team called Westend. When I came to the U.S. I didn’t notice as big of an atmosphere for soccer compared to England. My main focus was medicine and health care. I took Introduction to Health Care, Human Body Systems, Medical Terminology, and Medical Interventions. I understand the skills required and the commitment needed to be successful in this industry. I love working with people and I have a strong appeal towards teeth.”

Sarthak Neema

SVU detective

UNDECIDED

Madison Baker Nickalaus Bennett Detrian Braxton Brandon Brown Yuwei Chen Zachary Davies Mason Engel Grisel Garcia Joseph Gedeo Sawyer Glick Gemma Gould-Dought Elijah Graham Adam Grimes Cameron Hughes Caleb Jones Frederick Kelley Shelby Lucas Drake Maddix Zach McKinsey Emily Nauert Katheleen Palacios Jayson Parlow Esveidy Perez Logan Petro Zulema Quevedo Joshua Rentmeesters Christopher Richardson Ryan Roberts Jacob Rose Dillon Shaffer Ivan Somers Blaike Travis Corey Willoughby

No .. dy w, I plan to stu

.

DePauw University Caleb Copeland, economics/ Japanese Clinton Cunningham, economics Sam Parker, biochemistry

Bethany Gill, animal sciences Vishaljit Gill, computer science McClain Goggin, engineering Pascal Lee, computer science Luke Lyvers, dietetics Matthew Meyer, mechanical engineering Wesley O’Dell, computer science Jacob Phillips, aeronautical and astronautical engineering Seth Reisinger, electrical engineering Zachary Ruehman, biomedical engineering Jacob Stewart, engineering Shelby Vance, biology Carson Ward, biology/ pre-med

Pre-law

“The TV show ‘Law and Order SVU’ and the fact that my cousin was molested by her step dad when we were eight [influenced my intended major.] The older I got, the more I realized how important it was to get justice for children, men and women who fall victim to rape. [This career] will help me get into the mode of arguing for justice and speaking for those who can’t.” Karina Lugo

teacher

No .. an w, I plan to be

.

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Butler University Diana Hillycord, biology Sarah Tam, theatre Caryn Wolfe, chemistry/ mathematics

Heather Anderson, EMT Debra Dampier, nursing Eric Dobrinski, industrial technology Brooklyn Fraze, undecided Christina Gordon, early childhood education Jacob Griffith, motorcycle mechanics Michael Henry, psychology Alex Jobe, electrician Kacie Kooiman, culinary arts Damon Lee, photography Tanairys Lopez, visual communications Jasmin Mendoza, early childhood education Dustin Newland, criminal justice Paige Noe, nursing Christopher Ojeda, law enforcement Andrew Pennington, management Logan Poff, elementary education Lianne Roll, photography Jaimi Rolston, psychology Samantha Skirvin, radiology technician Kelsey Smith, psychology Zac Smith, law enforment Cara Taylor, diesel tech Tyler Thomas, law Charles Whyte, electronic technology Hannah Williams, nursing

information based on survey responses photos for The Triangle

THIS IS IT. We’re off to face the future; a future that we firmly believe is bright and full of chances to succeed. It’s been a great high school career- now we’re off to build new ones in an astounding variety of fields. Check it out, and don’t forget to say GOODBYE

Rachel Kimsey, criminal justice Justin Knox, chemistry Roth Lovins, journalism Megan Novak, music education Katelyn Novak, music education Ericka Russell, marketing/ German Mia Salvaggio, fashion merchandising Andrew Scher, biochemistry Megan Shrader, broadcast telecommunications Logan Sowash, telecommunications/film studies Alma Vera, early childhood education

Elementary SchoolTeacher “I was influenced by my elementary school teacher, Mrs. Hitte. As I grew up, I wanted to be a teacher or a vet. I have taken teacher education just my senior year. I want to be a teacher because I want to influence young kids to do good in school and in life.”

Logan Poff

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DRAMATIC

WILD

BLUR

Brenna Eddelman

WILD

CHILL

YEAR

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this is

SENIOR

words

See what five words seniors chose to describe senior year

FROM BULKY TOSLEEK

The 21 century has brought many new inventions, read to see what has been invented since the first mobile phone

Evelyn Malcomb

for

US

Blaike Travis

The first wireless phone was invented by Martin Cooper. The DynaTac 8000X weighed 2 pounds. Dr. Cooper is said to be the first man to make a call on a mobile. phone.

MEMORABLE

Kodak released the Nikon F-3, the first digital camera

source: photodoto.com

LIFE- A YEAR I WON’T Krista Luttrell

SHORT

EXCITING MEMORABLE

FAN

TRANSFORMATIVE

FUN

CHANGING

TASTIC

REVEALING UNEXPECTED

THEATRIC Chris Diehn

FORGET

Michelle Amlung

Sony released the first PlayStation, which became one of the most popular 32bit game consoles released.

EVENTFUL

AMAZING

1995 1996 1997

ENTERTAINING

EXCITING

The World Wide Web was created in 1990, but was not available for widespread use until 1991.

1991

FLAWLESS

SENIORITIS

1984 1990

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System was released to the public. By the mid 1990’s, it was the number one selling 16-bit console.

The first flip phone was invented. The Motorola StarTac was the smallest and lightest wireless phone, weighing 3.1 ounces.

The first official smartphone was the GS 88 Penelope released by Ericsson.

O’mar DeLuna THE TRIANGLE

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1998

COURAGE THE COWARDLY DOG

Angry Beavers

I learned:

I rememebered:

“My mom hated it. She had to leave the room when I watched it because she hated the little beaver’s laugh.”

RUGRATS Favorite Episode:

Jermaine Jones

Nicole Klee

“I liked the (episode) where Angelica convinces Chuckie that he has some disease and Tommy pretends he’s a doctor.”

CARTOON FLASH BACK

HEY ARNOLD! Favorite Situation:

“My favorite situation is when Arnold and his friends found a vacant lot and it was dirty and they cleaned it up and turned it into a baseball field. Then the adults in the community saw that the field was clean and they used it to plant a garden. I watched it last night, I record the episodes and watch them”

1999

“(Courage) was a brave dog and he did whatever it took to gain love from his owners and he went through a lot of danger, which takes courage.”

Out of the 310 seniors surveyed, about 28% chose Spongebob Squarepants as their favorite cartoon, 24% chose Rugrats, 6% chose Hey Arnold!, 5% chose CatDog, 0.6% chose Doug and Animaniacs and 33% chose other cartoons

Shannon McDonald

SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS

Favorite character Sandy Cheeks:

Scooby-Doo I liked it because:

“It was a unique show. There is nothing else like it. I thought it was funny that a cat and a dog were attached. I didn’t watch it very often because we didn’t have cable, but when I went to my friends house I watched it.” William Gretsinger compiled by: Keely Collier and Erika Espinoza

“I like Sandy, because she was a girl and I was a girl and I just thought she was so cute, but at the same time she was tough. I like how she was a squirrel but lived under the water.

Laura Lopez

Diana Hilycord

WI-FI was invented making it possible to access the internet wherever and whenever. WI-Fi became very popular and is now used in resteraunts, homes, and for cell phones.

The Xbox was released, changing the console gaming world with live multiplayer games. The Game Boy was upgraded. The Game Boy Advance was released, in color.

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The Wii was released in 2006 but what actually created in 2001. This family-friendly gaming system brought exercise to gaming.

Google was originally known as BackRub and was later called “Google” by Larry Page and Sergey Brin. The name “Google” came from “googol”, a mathematical term to represent a number with 100 zeroes. source: google.com

The first iPod was invented with only a small amount of memory. The first generation iPod held only 5GB. source: apple-history.com

Youtube was created by a team of three men. The group was Chad Hurley, Steve Chen and Jawed Karin. Google bought YouTube in 2006 for $1.65 billion. source: go-golf.com

2007 The first generation of the iPhone was announced in January then released 5 months later in june. source: apple-history.com

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Facebook was created in Harvard College in 2004 as a tool for college students, but then became social in 2007.

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CARSON WARD

SPOTLIGHT

Several aspects of this senior’s life have been impacted by family, from his hobby of flying an airplane to his chosen career path. Read on to learn more about this newly licensed pilot

For this last issue, we highlighted three spectacular seniors. Read on to learn about their stories and the unique paths their lives will take next year

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t’s pretty common to hear someone say that his or her life has been influenced by a family member. But senior Carson Ward takes it to a whole new level. His familyspecifically, his grandparents- have affected his life in major ways. Ward’s life changed one Sunday afternoon in Louisville. “My grandfather was diagnosed with cancer and it had progressed to the brain and he had gone through radiation, chemo, brain surgery, everything. He was in his final weeks and one of the doctors actually came to the house and we called him and he said, ‘Okay, I understand. I’ll be there right after church.’ I was very impressed that he was willing to take time out of what would normally be an off day and he came to my grandmother’s house, which is also impressive because it’s not his office, he’s going somewhere out of his comfort zone. He was just absolutely delightful. He explained things very clearly. He showed compassion towards my grandmother and my grandfather, and my grandfather was almost incoherent so his patience with my grandfather was very impressive. He was very knowledgeable. You could tell he loved what he did.” That was the day Ward knew he wanted to go into the medical field. Yet that wasn’t the only connection and influence Ward’s late grandfather had. “That was the grandfather- the one who was dying- he really got me into flying.” Carson’s mother, Holly Ward, shared the volunteer activities that Andy Biesel, Carson’s late grandfather, participated in as a pilot. “He participated in the Young Eagles program, which is basically a program to expose kids to aviation. The first Saturday of every month, pilots volunteer their time and

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their aircrafts to take kids on a 30 minute flight. Dad did that.” Ward received his pilot’s license May 15 after years of training and practice. “At 10 years old he sent me up with an instructor and I fell in love with it and so from then on I pursued it. 10 is very young. You can solo at 16 and then at 17 you can actually get your license. At any point, as long as you can reach the rotor pedals, you can go up with a Certified Flying Instructor.” Although his first time flying was at 10 years of age, Ward was exposed to airplanes earlier in life by his grandfather, who he was very close with. “I never got to fly with him, which is weird. It was just due to health. When I was old enough to be interested, he wasn’t allowed to fly at that point. When I was very young and we lived in California, he used to take my little brother and I to airshows all the time. So we would fly to Reno and we would go to the Reno air show every year and so that really instilled the love of airplanes in me.”

The journey to getting his pilot license was a long one for Ward, and one full of setbacks. While his grandfather was battling cancer, Ward went a full year without flying. “We were spending much more time in Louisville than we normally did. We would go down there weekdays after school and not just on weekends, so I didn’t have much time [to fly]. He had also been funding the flying so I stopped letting my grandparents pay for it. So I got a job and started paying for it on my own.” Ward also had to adjust to a new airport to fly out of once his family moved from Louisville to Columbus. “I started in Lousiville at Bowman Airfield and then I moved up to Columbus and flew out of Rhoades Aviation, and that’s where I have the majority of my hours.” The next setback came when Ward had to take a routine medical exam during the process. “It took longer because I had a bad eye so I had to prove that my eye was not going to hold me back. I went through all the

normal stuff, I was practicing with an instructor, and then you have to get a medical,  to prove that you’re medically fit to fly and I failed the medical due to my left eye. I just can’t read with it and that’s how it’s tested, and due to that I had to fill out tons of paperwork and ship it out to the FAA. I had to go up to Indianapolis to prove that I could see things perfectly fine, and that I can fly and land an airplane.” Ward’s parents were on board with the idea of Ward getting his pilot license. “I was excited for him because I love flying as much as my dad and I took flying lessons in college,” Mrs. Ward said. The oncologist that treated Ward’s grandfather wasn’t the only medical professional who influenced Ward. “I don’t want to be an oncologist, but possibly a cardiologist. When my other grandfather had a heart attack I was very impressed with the doctors, and the subject is interesting.”

Right: Ward rents his plane, shown here, from Rhoades Aviation here in Columbus. Middle: Ward started out at an airport in Louisville, but after he moved to Columbus, he started at Rhoades Aviation and that is where he has most of his hours. Left: Ward stands by the small aircraft he rents from Rhoades Aviation. He received his pilot’s license May 15.

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CHASE maynard

This senior will soon be in Illinois. He’s joining the Navy to become an air traffic controller! Read on to read about his eventual goal- teaching high school English

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lthough 79 percent of our seniors will be attending college in the fall, Chase Maynard is one of the 4.7 percent who will be serving in the military first. “I leave Sept. 10 for Great Lakes, IL for basic training. After basic I’m headed to Pensacola FL for 120 days for my job training. I’ll work under someone for 1-2 years and then go out to sea or to a land base.” Maynard had considered the military before, but not the navy until recruiters came to North. “The navy recruiters came to my 5th period Econ class. They were talking about the navy and how awesome it was and I thought, “I don’t know how I’m going to pay for college, and I want to travel, so this would be cool!” They have this survey that you fill out and they ask if you’re interested and I said yes. They called the next day and we set up a meeting. I went back the next week with my parents.” Maynard’s mother, Natalie Whittington was surprised when he first expressed an interest. “I was shocked because it kind of came out of left field. He hasn’t talked about going into the armed forces since he was 12 or 13, He thought about it and he prayed about it and he felt that this is what he needs to do right now.” Whittington said. Once he found out what job he would have, Maynard was pleased with the results. “I took a placement test to

[find jobs]. They took me into an office and put two pieces of paper in front of me. One was air traffic control and the other was a hospital corpsman. They said, ‘These are the two jobs available for you’ and I chose air traffic control.” Maynard looks forward to the challenges that his job will present. “I’m the guy that sits in the tower and and tells them when they can take off, what flight patterns to take and when they can land. I’ll be talking to multiple planes at once so I’ll be keeping them from crashing.” Maynard stressed that though his job won’t require him to be on the front lines, lives are still at risk, if not his own directly. “It’s not a high-risk job as far as my own life, but you live in very stressful conditions. One lapse in concentration amounts to “x” number of lives lost. I’ll be working six hour days but civilian air traffic controllers up in Indy work four hour days because it’s such a high-stress job.” Maynard’s parents are proud of him, though there is plenty of worry as well. “I’m getting nervous because I’m his mom, and I don’t want him to get into any danger, but I’m proud of him.” Whittington said. The process of adjusting to the idea hasn’t been easy for either parent. “The day I came home from MEPS, the medical testing

facility, my dad cried because they asked me ‘Who do you want to give your body to if you die?’ and I wanted to give it to both of them but you have to pick one and I picked my dad.” After his release from the Navy, Maynard wants to become a high school English teacher. “I started thinking about being a teacher at the beginning of my junior year, when I signed up for Teacher Education. I want to be a high school English teacher like Mr. Weinheimer. They have a program called “Troops to Teachers” and you can earn your college degree while you’re serving. By the time I get out, I’ll have my degree and license.” Although going into the military is always a risk, and a difficult proposition, Maynard believes it will be worth it. “[The military] looks good on your applications and they know you have leadership skills. Only 26 percent of Americans qualify to apply for the military. That’s just to apply; there’s no guarantee of getting in. In Indiana there are like 10-15% of people that fail boot camp because they give up or they can’t do one of the tasks.” Before he ships out, Maynard plans on relaxing as much as possible. “(This summer) I’m going to work and hang out with my friends and family. Two weeks before I ship out, my dad and I are going on vacation, just the two of us, and we’re going down to Pensacola to check it out.”

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fter June 1, the seniors of Columbus North High School will go their separate ways. Some, it seems, will have a longer journey than others. Senior Grace Fischvogt is headed for Brigham Young University’s Hawaii campus. Laie, HI is 5,057 miles from Columbus. A majority of our seniors looked at schools relatively close to home. So where did the idea of Hawaii come from?

She’s headed across the continent and over the ocean- to Laie, Hawaii! “My sister really wanted to go to BYU Hawaii for college and she talked about it a lot and she thought it was really cool and so when I was applying to BYU Provo and BYU Idaho I figured I might as well apply there because it had everything I wanted but it was like a long shot because it’s really hard to get into,” Fischvogt said. Fischvogt’s sister, Emily, is a sophomore here. Her interest in BYU Hawaii was sparked in the seventh grade. “I was doing a project for school where I researched a college I might want to go to and I looked it up and thought it was really cool.” So how does one react when one’s dream school now contains a family member? “I was a little upset mainly because she only applied because it was my number one choice,” Emily said. The sophomore doesn’t think she’ll join her sister in Hawaii next year. “Im probably going to see if there is somewhere else now” The university has a 29 percent acceptance rate. What made admission more difficult was that few students are usually accepted from the USA. “They don’t really accept people from the states. They accept a lot of people from Europe and Asia and stuff because they want it to be a really diverse campus. I only know of one other person from Indiana that got in, and no one got in last year.”

Emily agrees, expressing her pride at her sister’s accomplishment. “I am happy that she got in because it is a little bit hard to get in because it is a Polynesian school. They mainly only accept people from Hawaii.” Although her parents are very proud, they are also adjusting to the thought of Grace going so far away. “I don’t think it’s set in that I’m going that far away for [my parents]. My dad opened [the acceptance letter] before I did. He was thrilled. My mom is still giddy about it so I don’t think it’s really set in yet, that I’m going to the other side of the US on an island far away.” Speaking of islands; it’s kind of hard to get a U-Haul over the Pacific. So how’s move-in day going to work? “I don’t have anything for college except for clothes. So I think we’re going to go up there and my dad’s gonna go with me and we’re going to buy stuff I need for the dorms.” Although her travel experience has been limited, Grace looks forward to college life. I’m a little bit nervous because I have to ride a plane and I’ve never done that before, [but] I think it’s going to be fun.”

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“When I first started Ms. Stover’s class, I didn’t really know what to expect, but by the end of the year, I was a ‘proofreading hero.’ Ms. Stover is also the person who inspired me to want to become an English teacher. She has shared so much with me and I want to be able to one day do the same for others.” Sydney Jarrard

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enriched my knowledge of the real world. I believe he is a great storyteller; I just love listening to him speak, and I look forward to his class every day.” CJ Copeland 2 “Mr. Britton has influenced me in a way that makes me feel like I don’t have to pretend to be normal. Mr. Britton is a peek into a world outside of high school where you can be anything you want. My favorite memory would have to be finding him hula-hooping in the hallways and the bus lot.” Randi Zust 3 “Mr. Hackman has directly influenced my major because he has taught me all about accounting. Mr. Hackman is leaving and if you never had him as a teacher, then you have not had the true CNHS business experience. Mr. Hackman teaches more than the curriculum - he teaches about adulthood and life as well.” Ryan Mulrooney 4 “Mr. Weinheimer has made me really appreciate English and shown how the subject is really an art. Mr. Weinheimer has quite the sense of humor and his sarcasm is unrivaled.” Jacob Phillips by Roth Lovins

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The Triangle - Senior Issue - May 29, 2013