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  • September 18The Indy talent show will be Sept 21st at 7pm in the IPAC

  • September 11School pictures are Thursday, Sept. 21st

  • September 11The college fair will be held September 20th at the Cool Springs Galleria Mall

  • September 8Yearbooks will be for sale for 85$ until the end of September.

  • September 8IndyNow sends love to all those affected by the hurricanes!

Has Kendrick Lamar Overtaken Drake?

Ben Hart, Staff Writer

May 8, 2017


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Kendrick Lamar and Drake are both titans in the rap industry and have both reached acclaimed success and fame. The divide has come though between the two over who has the best flows and the most influential outreach.  Drake fans say that Kendrick is copying off of Drake's flows and beats while Kendrick...

Independence Winter Ensembles Finish Seasons and Look to the Future

Callie Rogers, Staff Writer

April 10, 2017


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This past weekend held the final performances of the Independence Winter Guard and Winter Drumline for the 2017 season. The last show of the season is always an emotional one. For the graduating seniors, it’s the last show they will ever get to perform with Independence, and for younger members,...

Is Drake “New Life” Album all its Cracked up to be?

Ben Hart, Staff Writer

April 10, 2017


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After all the hype, Drakes long awaited new album "More Life,",debuted march 18, 2017 and has taken the world by storm.  Hardcore fans and casual listeners alike have praised it for being one of the most influential albums of the year even though it has been out for not even a month's time. But is Drakes...

A Short Memoir on Never Giving Up

A Short Memoir on Never Giving Up

Callie Rogers, Staff Writer

March 28, 2017


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This year, I’ve learned the importance of never giving up. Drumming has been a major part of my life for four years now. I joined the marching band freshman year on bass drum, and quickly discovered a huge passion for drumming, even just during the first week of band camp in the summer. At the...

The Stress of Endless Backstage Life

Amelia Scott, Staff Writer

March 14, 2017


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Imagine leaving your house around six in the morning, knowing full well that you wont come back home until after nine that night. A 16-hour day waits ahead of you, one full of school, dancing, stress, and lots and lots of singing. As assistant stage manager this is what I face every day during a show,...

Theater IV Directs One Acts

Theater IV Directs One Acts

Hunter Dupree, Staff Writer

March 14, 2017


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After a long, yet beautiful journey through Cinderella, theater kids are ready for something new. Every year Mrs. Williams, (also known s Mrs. T), has her theater IV seniors direct productions that consist of only one act. Normally, a play or musical like Cinderella has two acts; one comes before...

Cinderella Fills the House

Cinderella Fills the House

March 13, 2017


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Sweeney Todd Slaughters The Franklin Theatre

Sweeney Todd Slaughters The Franklin Theatre

Courtney Washington, Staff Writer

February 8, 2017


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    On Jan 28 and 29, members from the IHS theatre and Act Too members got the opportunity to perform “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” at the Franklin Theatre. The show was an epic success and members from the cast and audience were both very pleased with how the...

Blue Skies Emerge for the Independence Winter Guard

Callie Rogers, Staff Writer

February 1, 2017


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Amongst the rain and gloom of the new year, blue skies are sure to arise from the Independence Winter Guard’s new 2017 program. The show, titled Blue Skies, features the song by Frank Sinatra of the same name, and tells a story about the first day of sun after a long storm. The show is very che...

Jock Dances Across the Stage

Jock Dances Across the Stage

Hunter Dupree, Staff Writer

January 25, 2017


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I'm used to a big stage, bright lights and hundreds of people watching me. Every fall for the past six years, I've played football for Independence, and the pressure was on. I'd lace up my cleats, buckle up my pads, and trot out onto the field and perform for about two hours. But the next time I perform,...

William Gass: Still Kicking

William Gass: Still Kicking

Josh Werhane, Staff Writer

January 17, 2017


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Of the multitude of authors that spawned from postmodernism, only a few singlehandedly shaped the movement: William Gaddis, author of The Recognitions, which was one of the first postmodern texts to receive a moderate amount of attention; John Hawkes, author of The Cannibal, which was very influential on...

Fantastic New Addition to Harry Potter World

Alexandra Coberly, Contributor

December 1, 2016


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For many, Harry Potter fans, the recent installment of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them to the magical movie world has been anxiously anticipated after the long wait since the last Rowling movie. It is somewhat of a prequel to the iconic magical series as it does mention some of the same characters,...

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