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The student news site of Carlisle High School


The student news site of Carlisle High School


Calmharm, Youper, and Headspace are three apps that can help to improve your day to day life and mental health awareness.

Heading off stress: Anxiety and relaxation apps (Review)

Summer Hollingsworth, Staff Writer April 17, 2019

In this day and age, technology, especially phones, in particular, can often get a bad rap. They’re perceived as being distractive objects, only used for social media. However, our devices can have many...

While phones can be a helpful resource, they have also become an addiction.  However, there are apps available to help limit and regulate how much time we are spending on are phones.

Blocking the temptation: Apps to help limit phone usage

Abigail Lindsay , Editor in Chief February 15, 2019

In a society filled with technology, we are constantly surrounded by the temptation of electronics.  Approximately 1.54 billion smartphones are bought each year worldwide according to ...

The TBH app is the newest social media app. Students enjoy the app causing it to quickly grow in popularity.

To Be Honest: New app brings fun and worries to CHS

Abigail Lindsay, Editor in Chief October 25, 2017

The TBH app (which refers to the phrase “to be honest”) is here and ready to become a top social media. First launching in a single high school in Georgia, the TBH app is currently the number one...

Two CHS students explore the new app Sit with Us. This app could change the way students feel about the awkward social situation of sitting in the cafeteria.

You Can ‘Sit with Us’

Becca Winton, Website Editor-in-Chief, Social Media Director September 30, 2016

“Awkward, uncomfortable, and kind of scary.” This is how Catherine Grabiac, a sophomore at Carlisle High School, describes walking into a crowded lunch room, a sentiment shared by many. We all...

By using Charity Miles when you walk, bike, or run you can help to raise money for a charity of your choice.

Run with a Reason: Charity Miles offers incentive to fitness enthusiasts (Review)

Emily Crider, Sports writer and Photographer October 3, 2015

Imagine being able to make a difference in the world while keeping yourself healthy and doing something you love. For athletes, that is easier than one might think. Charity Miles is an app that tracks...

Fashion blogs that show off popular fashions can be found all over Tumblr.

Apps such as Tumblr and Pinterest spark fashion interest

Bri Hendriksen, Fashion editor January 7, 2014

Men and women are constantly looking for ways to change up their style. With apps such as Tumblr and Pinterest, new fashion ideas are available with a swipe of a finger. Pinterest and Tumblr are both...

Discover free titles with Readmills easy to use catalog.

Read more with Readmill

Zach Brehm, Web Director December 13, 2013

Considering the current trend towards tablets and ebooks, it’s no surprise that e-reading apps like Readmill are popping up for smartphone users as well. Amazon and Barnes & Noble both have apps...

The apps minimal design navigates by simply pointing in the right direction.

With Crowsflight, it’s all about the journey (Review)

Zach Brehm, Web Director November 12, 2013

While the speed and efficiency of traditional navigation apps is occasionally required, it is often more fun to explore a new city without strict guidelines. For those times when you’re craving a...

Clears straightforward design makes it easy to stay on top of to-do lists.

Apply yourself: Apps for the productive student (Review)

Zach Brehm, Web Director September 26, 2013

It is hard to believe that today’s iPhones have nearly 100 times the computing power of the average satellite. In fact, satellites designed to run on little more than a smartphone processor are currently...

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