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The student news site of Carlisle High School


The student news site of Carlisle High School


Copy of The Glass Castle held up to the sun.

The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls (Review)

Ollie Daniels, Staff Writer February 23, 2024

Jeannette Walls is an iconic name in the field of journalism, having written for gossip columns of such iconic titles as The Wall Street Journal and the MSNBC. She lived the high life of the late 90’s...

Jhariah - A Rising Artists 2023 Recount

Jhariah – A Rising Artists’ 2023 Recount

S. Kathrin Bryson, Staff Writer February 22, 2024

Over the last year, alternative music artist and illustrator, Jhariah (juh-RYE-uh), has released an 11-song album and three singles. In such a short time, both he and their creations were surprisingly...

Soots symbolic album art portraying his emotions throughout the album

Missing The Target: “Mammalian Sighing Reflex” (Review)

Noah Guillaume, Staff Writer February 15, 2024

On November 30, 2023, YouTuber, songwriter, and vocalist Wilbur Soot released his second studio album Mammalian Sighing Reflex. This is his first solo album since Your City Gave Me Asthma, which was released...

FALLING FOR YOU: To All the Boys Ive Loved Before and Serendipity sit side-by-side amongst heart-shaped Valentines. A couple of the hearts feature the names of movies listed in the article.

XOXO: List of Romance Books and Movies for Valentine’s Day

Hannah Stoner, Laura Sands, and Myana Brown February 14, 2024

Valentine’s day is approaching fast this February, which means it’s time to get cozy with a pink blanket, chocolate, a nice candle, and of course a good book. With a carefully curated collection from...

The cover of the album Little Rope.

Tied in Grief: Sleater Kinney “Little Rope” (Review)

Andrew Bordner, Staff Writer February 9, 2024

Alternative rock icons, Sleater Kinney, returned on January 19, 2024 with Little Rope; a rapid thrust of songs blending pop sensibility and midlife angst. Grief is woven into the stitches of this album,...

The Passenger - Cormac McCarthys Goodbye (Review)

The Passenger – Cormac McCarthy’s Goodbye (Review)

Andrew Bordner, Staff Writer February 9, 2024

 “We pour water upon the child and name it. Not to fix it in our hearts but in our clutches. The daughters of men sit in half darkened closets inscribing messages upon their arms with razor blades and...

Welcome To the Renaissance: A Review of Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé

‘Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé’ Review: The Revival of Queen B

Daleshka Leon Raya, Staff Writer January 24, 2024

Beyoncé’s Renaissance tour was a pop culture movement and proved she is Queen B. Her tour was perfectly translated with Oscar-worthy cinematography that captured her every move. The film, narrated by...

A display of the 12 authors who put their heart and soul to created the most anticipated books of this year, displayed on a book spine.

12 of the Most Anticipated Book Releases of 2024

Laura Sands, Staff Writer January 24, 2024

The new year doesn’t just bring confetti and resolutions, but also a slew of new book releases. Many thrilling series are being finished, and popular authors are releasing new books. These books are...

CYBER FUTURE: Xolo Maridueña, as Blue Beetle, showcases the characters futuristic neon tech-suit in this promotional art. The suit plays a key part in Beetles superpowers, as explained by his Uncle Rudy in the film; The universe has sent you a gift, Jaime. And you have to figure out what you’re going to do with it

Blue Beetle: A New Look at Superheroes (Review)

S. Kathrin Bryson, Staff Writer January 10, 2024

The Warner Bros. film Blue Beetle directed by Angel Manuel Soto released nationally on August 18, 2023, three days after its premiere in El Paso. It follows the journey of DC character Jaime Reyes (portrayed...

ITS NOT OVER UNTIL THE MOCKINGJAY SINGS:  The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes Sits Next to its Predecessors

The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes: A Tale of Love and Betrayal

Sophie Haque, Staff Writer January 8, 2024

The massively popular release of The Hunger Games trilogy and four movie adaptations were released between 2008 and 2015. Following this, the critically acclaimed author of these books, Suzanne Collins,...

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