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March Athlete of the Month: Sam Candland

March Athlete of the Month: Sam Candland

Michael Raphael, Sports Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Sports

March’s athlete of the month is Sam Candland.   Candland is a senior varsity volleyball player who looks to be a key contributor and leader this year.  He was a first team all-conference player last year and looks to repeat the feat this year. Candland will be attending Southern Virginia University to...

Jumping through the differences: Indoor vs. outdoor track and field

Jumping through the differences: Indoor vs. outdoor track and field

Karolena Santiago, Sports Writer

March 1, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Track athletes have the option of participating in indoor and/or outdoor track, depending on what season it is.  However, they do have to deal with the transitions of the season. If athletes participate in indoor track, they most likely are also planning on participating in outdoor track.  Bot...

Head of the Herd: Dane Spence

Head of the Herd: Dane Spence

Becca Winton, Website Editor-in-Chief

March 1, 2019


Filed under Head of the Herd, Head of the Herd, Podcasts, Seniors, Student Life

This episode of Head of the Herd features Dane Spence who discusses his motivation to finish high school and his future plans for after graduation.

Ship Start: a new head start to college

Ship Start: a new head start to college

Skylar Bowers, Student Life Editor

February 20, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

AP and honor classes are intended to prepare students for college courses, but what better way to get ready than to take the college class first-hand? Ship Start is a program offered by Shippensburg University (SU) that allows CHS students to earn college credits while attending high school. T...

Counseling for victims leads to action taken

Samantha Martin, News Editor

February 19, 2019


Filed under Uncategorized

While education hopes to prevent sexual assault from occurring, as well as help people better understand the victims of sexual assault, in-school counseling is available to help students who were victims of sexual assault. Emily McDonald, a counselor in the McGowan building, explained how she typic...

Education leads to better understanding

Samantha Martin, News Editor

February 19, 2019


Filed under Uncategorized

According to Carlisle Health II teacher Jason Moyer, sexual assault prevention/education has always been an important part of the class’ curriculum. Moyer said that he teaches students about what consent is, how to prevent the creation of toxic relationships, and about the damage sexual assault can d...

February Athlete of the Month: Bryce Dunkelberger

February Athlete of the Month: Bryce Dunkelberger

Meg Tate, Sports Editor

February 15, 2019


Filed under Sports

February’s athlete of the month is Bryce Dunkelberger.  A senior, Dunkelberger was a large part of the wrestling team’s successes during this season.  Dunkelberger has been a competitor on the high school team ever since he was a freshman. With the Sectionals Tournament coming up this weekend,...

The gender divide: Why are some classes not evenly represented? (Editorial)

The gender divide: Why are some classes not evenly represented? (Editorial)

Skylar Bowers, Michael Raphael, and Carlin Diehl

February 13, 2019


Filed under Student Life

Traditionally, there has been a lack of gender diversity in certain types of classes such as the arts, mathematics, and sciences. These ratios have stayed the same for a long time, this presumingly because of gender stereotyping and standards. This is the truth for many schools, including our own. ...

Questioning the questioner: a conversation with Ridge Wargins (Video)

Questioning the questioner: a conversation with Ridge Wargins (Video)

Skylar Bowers, Student Life Editor

January 14, 2019


Filed under Student Life

  As a popular figure at CHS, Ridge Wargins is known for his feature on Herd TV on Fridays. We took the opportunity to turn the camera on him, letting CHS students ask him questions....

Rivals routed: Boys basketball win against Cumberland Valley

Rivals routed: Boys basketball win against Cumberland Valley

Michael Raphael, Sports Writer

January 2, 2019


Filed under Sports

  The anticipation was growing for the young Herd’s contest against Cumberland Valley.  The team’s last game before the break helps them surge forward through the season.  For the 13th time in a row dating back to 2014 the Herd came out on top. “This is one of the best rivalr...

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