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Model UN returns to international conference, wins eighth award

Zsilas Michael Hughes, Staff Writer
March 11, 2020

The students of CHS's Model United Nations (MUN) club took their annual trip to New York City this March, where for the eighth year in a row they were awarded for their community service.  This was the 23rd annual trip to New York City. Under the advisory of social studies department chair Kevin Wagner, the students are able to attend this trip multiple times throughout their high school career,...

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Messages of love: Sophomore class council sells Valentine’s candy grams

Sam Salomone, Staff Writer
February 26, 2020

Valentine’s Day has come and gone, but the memory of sweet treats remain as students at CHS were able to buy special gifts for those important to them. The Sophomore Class Council sold Candy Grams, lollipops with special messages attached, for Valentine’s Day this year. Students had the chance to purchase them at lunches or by sending money to the office.  The purpose is to raise money...

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Culinary contributions: Carlisle citizens raise funds to pay off outstanding cafeteria debt

Samantha Martin, Editor in Chief
February 24, 2020

The citizens of Carlisle have come to the aid of the next generation, paying off thousands of dollars in student meal debt across the community. According to Cumberlink, $22,200 in school lunch debt was owed by students across the Carlisle Area School District prior to the fundraiser.  Kristi Knox, a realtor based in Carlisle, decided she wanted to raise money to cover some of the debt after...

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A premiere event: ‘The Cave’ to be shown at Carlisle
“Sweet” arrival: New bakery comes to Carlisle

February 25, 2020

What could be sweeter than a brand new bakery in downtown Carlisle? While there...

A bittersweet goodbye: Pie Haus leaves Carlisle

February 25, 2020

In such a small town such as Carlisle, there are many intimate gatherings that celebrate...

Art in progress (Photos)

February 11, 2020

The winter months are a busy time for the CHS art department, as they prepare for...

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That’s ‘Chicago’ for you! (photos)
The busy blues: Winter expectations can lead to stressed-out students

January 31, 2020

   After coming back from winter break, many students immediately feel stressed...

Tik Tok Takeover: is it safe ‘For You’ ?

December 10, 2019

Tik Tok is a popular app that creates a fun environment with many types of genres...

Putting yourself first: Self care tips for the winter

December 2, 2019

Self-care during the winter requires the management of mental, physical, and emotional...

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Circling the Big Apple: Girls indoor track heads to Nationals
Periscope Sports Talk with Jarrett Wilson, episode 3

March 5, 2020

In episode three of Periscope Sports Talk with Jarrett Wilson, he sits down with...

Periscope Sports Talk with Jarrett Wilson, episode 2

February 20, 2020

In episode two of Periscope Sports Talk with Jarrett Wilson, he sits down with his...

February Female Athlete of the Month: Jenna Trolinger

February 11, 2020

  Senior Jenna Trolinger is our Female Athlete of the Month. Trolinger has...

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Planning for predicaments: Why we need a standard late policy (Editorial)
Best to be flexible? The pros and cons of FID (Editorial Face-Off)

January 29, 2020

With the possibility of impending weather coming this evening, check out our thoughts...

#Protest: Does online social activism actually work? (Editorial)

December 10, 2019

Protests, boycotts, and social activism are staples of our modern society. People...

Shopping madness: Teens experience working on Black Friday

December 3, 2019

Every year Black Friday has gotten more and more crazy. In 2018, an estimated 116...

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