Christian Brown is a senior and first-year reporter for the High Arrow, he joined Journalism because it was recommended by his friends. He is a member of the IHS tennis team and has so far enjoyed writing articles this year.
He has been a stand-out student in Journalism this year, being a first-year reporter he has done quite well for himself. His editors Meghan Rummel and Madeline Shirley say, “He is very kind and persistent with his work, also his hair looks really good.”
Christian has been around Indiana almost his whole life. He has had many friends to help him along the way. One of his best friends, senior Luca Cosentino shares his journey with Christian, “I’ve known him since preschool, about 14 years, he’s been there for me all 14 years, there was a weird gap in the beginning, but we became close again.”
Christian is known to be a very likable guy, even making new friends this year. Transfer student and senior Davide Bucciarelli said, “I’ve only known him about a month or two, we got to know each other quickly, and he’s been a good friend to me since.”
It isn’t just the senior class Christian has appealed to either, Christian has made several friends along the way in various grade levels. Several underclassmen say that Christian has a good vibe to him and that he’s someone you can talk to with ease.
Sophomore student Jacob Larrimer shares his experiences with him early on stating, “I’ve been playing Xbox with him since the 5th grade, his username is FreshPepsi123. I remember carrying him in Fortnite, we played quite a lot. He’s inspired me to be a better person overall.”
With Christian entering his senior year, he hopes to leave an impression here at IHS before he graduates.
Michael is a junior and a third-year reporter for the High Arrow. He enjoys watching the Pittsburgh Penguins/Steelers, playing hockey for Somerset, and is excited about his third year in the High Arrow.
By GABI ISENBERG It’s spring, and that means it’s baseball season. Since the end of March, the IHS boys’ junior varsity team has been taking wins left and right. This season, the IHS JV baseball team has won nine games and lost one. They were undefeated until recently, losing a
By ELLA BARLEY Seniors at Indiana High School decorate their lockers to express their interests and hobbies. Many seniors involved in sports and extracurricular activities express that onto their lockers. Sports teams also have underclassmen from their team decorate the seniors’ lockers. Senior Abby Huey states, “My underclassmen decorated my
By SYDNEY ANDERSON IHS softball is back for the Spring Season and the varsity team is currently going strong. With more games to come, more excitement and competition is expected. The team practices everyday after school, working on drills to help with batting practice and fielding. Practices are led by
By LIZZIE OLSEN The Last of Us starring Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey has taken the world by storm with the two’s amazing acting and chilling new take on the zombie apocalypse genre. The show is based off of the video game The Last Of Us which launched in 2013, and
By SKY STEVENS The Indiana Area Senior High School Drama Department gets ready to set the stage for yet another seat-grabbing play, “The Nit Wits,” this upcoming weekend. Opening night is this Friday, May 5 at 7:00 pm, and will play for one more night at 7:00 pm on Saturday,
By MEGHAN RUMMEL Seniors at IHS are now required to have a minimum of five community service hours completed by May 1 in order to graduate on time. Community service has always been encouraged in the past, but it has now turned into a requirement. Several students are worried about