Podcast with Joe Harkenrider

Check out our podcast with Joe Harkenrider, a 2002 graduate of CLHS, who currently works in southern California in the media industry and just completed judging the Concordia Comedy (and more) Festival for the second year in a row. Continue reading “Podcast with Joe Harkenrider”

A look back on the Comedy Festival

By Kami Rieck

He has produced content for Comedy Central and mashable.com, has been noted as one of the most successful alumni from his high school, and solicited time from his busy schedule to travel nearly 2,000 miles to return to his alma mater, in hopes to inspire current students. Continue reading “A look back on the Comedy Festival”

A day in the life of a hostess

Kami Rieck: Junk Ditch Brewing Company
Approximately two months ago, I began submitting resumés for a hostess position to a majority of the local restaurants in Fort Wayne in hopes of finding a new job. Within 24 hours, Junk Ditch Brewing Company, which is located downtown, got back to me and offered me the position.

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Power Rangers: Morphing onto the Big Screen

By Logan Krinn

Hollywood has done it once again; bringing a beloved franchise to the big screen. This time, with five teens in brightly colored suits. Power Rangers is based off of the believed Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers series from the early 1990s. Continue reading “Power Rangers: Morphing onto the Big Screen”

Color guards compete at showcase

By Lauren Ratzburg

On March 17, color guards from all over Fort Wayne joined the Cadet guard in The Cage. There were guards from Dwenger, Leo and the beloved Cadets. All teams invited as many people as they wanted, including parents, grandparent, other family and friends, who couldn’t make it to the team’s previous competition and see the amazing shows in person. Continue reading “Color guards compete at showcase”