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Carlisle in Bloom (Gallery)

John Smith, Staff Writer May 22, 2024

The school year is starting to fade as Seniors are preparing for their imminent futures in the real world. This gallery is intended to be an ode, and evoke feelings of nostalgia and time passing.

A Memory Fades (A Senior’s Perspective)

Noah Guillaume, Staff Writer April 29, 2024

If you would like to use any of these photos as you reflect on your own experience at Carlisle High School, please credit Noah Guillaume. Here is a link to the unedited images and some extras.

Luna Bella (left) and Clover (right) cuddling

The Catalog: Cats of CHS

Odessa Cruz, Staff Writer March 18, 2024

Static Station: Tom Gehman (back), Sarah Forrester (left), Elena Rasmussen (middle), Eva Ball (right)

Coffeehouse ‘The 2024 Refill’ Photo Gallery

Ryleigh Underwood, Editor-in-Chief January 8, 2024

Coffeehouse came back with a splash on Friday, January 5, with two alumni blocks featuring Reese Daugherty (Class of  '21) and Nate Smith, a founding Coffeehouse member. The National French Honors...

FLOWERS FOR ALL: All six hoco-court nominees pose with bouquets of flowers and smiles.

Disco Reflections: Homecoming Week Recap

Jenna Coller, Editor-in-Chief October 15, 2023

Every year, the week of the Homecoming game and dance is chaotic at CHS, with Student Council held events and spirit week, a Wingin' It show, the Powderpuff Game, and each Class Council pulling together...

Seniors Morgan Hayes, Amelia Morris, and Maddy Coombs represent country club tennis in Oracle!

Herd Before Hoco: CHS’s Homecoming Spirit Week 2023 (Gallery)

Kathrin Bryson and Jenna Coller October 3, 2023

Student Council's Homecoming Spirit Week kicked off this year on Monday October 2 leading up to the Homecoming Football game on Friday October 6 and Dance on Saturday October 7! Here are some looks from...

Beautiful blooms grace the gardens of Carlisles gardens and parks.

Carlisle in Bloom

Kirsten Bisconer, Photographer April 25, 2023

Ice Art Fest

Ice Art Fest

Photography Staff, Photographer February 13, 2023

Ice Art Fest is an annual event that occurs in downtown Carlisle to advertise our local businesses and show Carlisle's winter spirit sponsored by UPMC. Photos taken by Maddy west and edited and pulled...

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Warming Hearts in the Cold: Carlisle Ice Art Fest 2022 (Photos)

Camera Bailey, Student Life Editor February 8, 2022

Click on "Gallery" above to see some of the featured sculptures from this year's event.  Despite the below-freezing temperatures, many came to Downtown Carlisle throughout the weekend to view the...

A cutout of Frederick Douglass, a Black author and orator, standing tall, looking over Carlisle. Douglass stopped in town while on a speaking tour and within his speech, called out the racism within Carlisle and communities like Carlisle. While staying in town, Douglass’ hotel, the Bentz House Hotel (later the Worthington), told him that he was to eat his meals in his room rather than in the dining room where the white guests were staying. Douglass was correct to call out Carlisle, as restaurants banned people of color from walking through their front doors, providing a separate entrance. In what is known today as the Carlisle Theatre, people of color were banned to the balcony; separations of this nature continued in Carlisle well into the 1960s.

Among the Hidden: Carlisle community’s history with racism comes to light in new CALC art gallery (Photos)

Ryleigh Underwood, Editor-in-Chief January 26, 2022

The Carlisle Arts Learning Center (CALC) kicked off the new year with the opening of a collaborative exhibition that was created with the help of the Carlisle community. As a whole, (RE)Presenting...

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