Brendan Shemer is a junior at Carmel High School and is a part of school government. He explains why school government is important to him, and what it looks like to be a part of it.
Here is Brian Swann, a Carleton College representative, speaking on why he believes students should attend his school.
Here is Matthew Dennis, a Baldwin Wallace University representative, speaking on why he believes students should attend his school.
This week on Student Radio time, Anna Fagin is featured playing the guitar. She plays Riptide by Vance Joy, The Great Divide by Anna Fagin, and finally Lack of Color by Death Cab for Cutie.
This week of invisible, Emily and Evan talk about immigration and all of the immigration laws that are in the United States. They will talk about some of the major issues with immigration and how that can be fixed today.
WHJE had the opportunity to DJ for the Brookshire Triathlon on September 5. The triathlon features three different courses for different levels of athletes, and the profit benefits the Brookshire Swim Team. Whje’s Matthew Gish spoke with a few of the participants.
Here is Jennifer Potts, a University of Alabama representative, speaking on why she believes students should attend her school.