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FLOORING AUDIENCES: Senior Renee Blacksmith and juniors Charlie Carlton and James Crawford take to the stage at the First Cup Coffeehouse performance night. Members of the band Under the Floorboards, they performed Somethin’ Stupid” by Frank and Nancy Sinatra.

Brewing up a storm: Coffeehouse presents ’21-22 First Cup

Grace Pak, Guest Writer October 14, 2021

On Friday, September 24th, from 7-9 PM, the CHS Coffeehouse program held its first concert of the year.  Despite almost three inches of rain the day before, the show was able to be held outdoors in the...

LIFE AT THE BEACH: The inside of Playa Bowls is decorated to resemble aspects of a tropical beach paradise, playa literally means beach in Spanish. The old Wardeckers location was renovated to fit the new restaurants style.

Fresh fruit: Carlisle welcomes Playa Bowls to town

Hannah Stoner, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

Playa Bowls is a chain restaurant that has become increasingly popular in recent years. It all started on the Jersey Shore with Robert Giuliani and Abby Taylor, two local surfers that wanted to create...

GO FOR THE GOLD: Herd Wrestling is expanding this year with a girls team. Not limited to high school, participants range from K-12, in hopes of growing the sport at all levels.

Golden girls: CHS offers girls’ wrestling opportunities

Jarrett Wilson, Editor-in-chief September 21, 2021

Carlisle has joined the herd of schools and states across the nation to recognize girls wrestling as a sport, giving young women from grades K-12 the opportunity to excel in a sport that in the past hasn't...

Spring 2021: One Herd (magazine)

Spring 2021: One Herd (magazine)

Periscope staff June 3, 2021

Last year we joined forces with the Oracle staff to create a hybrid spring supplement/senior magazine. It worked so well that when the yearbook staff needed help with the 2021 book, we thought, "Let's...

The CHS Shakespeare Troupe proudly presented the first-ever virtual Student-Directed Shakespeare Festival on May 18. Students created and published video performances of sonnets, monologues, and scenes from Shakespeares work.

CHS Student-Directed Shakespeare Festival 2021 (Video)

Periscope staff May 25, 2021

The CHS Shakespeare Troupe hosted their virtual festival, "And Then We Masked" on Tues May 18 in McGowan tent (previously used for prom and other school activities).  New this year, the participants recorded...

CHS 2021 Virtual Art Show (video)

Periscope staff May 21, 2021

The CHS art teachers are pleased to share the 2021 CHS Virtual Art Show. The art show is normally held in person at the high school complex, but due to Covid-19 restrictions, the art department was not...

CELEBRATE THROUGH CHANGE: While acknowledgements like International Womens Day and Womens History Day exist, more needs to be done to address violence against women.

Women’s History Month: shining a light on violence against women (Editorial)

Kathleen O'Neill April 4, 2021

Women’s History Month was highlighted in the media this year but felt like something that was a newer topic of discussion. But that is currently changing, possibly because this past month, this celebration...

THE GIRLS OF MOXIE ARE OVER IT! A new Netflix original movie starring Vivian (Hadley Robinson) as she creates her own zines to spread in the girls bathrooms to combat sexism in her high school.

‘Moxie’: #Fightthedoublestandard (Review)

Natalie Davis April 2, 2021

There have been many forms of protest, from chanting in the streets, raising signs like weapons of war, to using duct tape over the mouth to let silence and stubbornness speak for itself. Then you...

Air Jordan 1s are back! Ava Grippin, Heidi Heinlein, and Breonna Reiber show off their kicks in the above photo. Sneaker hype has always been a thing but this year the re-selling of Jordans market has skyrocketed.

Stylish Students: Trends of 2021 (Photos)

Heidi Heinlein March 31, 2021

  Clothing and other appearance-changing looks work together to allow individuals to express themselves. The connection between fashion and expression has been apparent since the past, but...

HOME AWAY FROM HOME: Time on campus has been a limited experience this year.  How are other local districts handling their scheduling amidst the Covid pandemic?

Exploring the impact of COVID on school schedules in Cumberland County

Colton Gillingham March 30, 2021

Over a year ago, the world fell apart due to a global pandemic and schools were struggling to find what would work best for their students and staff to continue the learning process while still remaining...

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