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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...

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...

WRITING FRENZY: The Silver Key Award is hard to come by, serving as motivation for hardworking students to aim for new heights.

Once upon a time: how the Scholastic competition inspires young writers (Editorial)

Ryleigh Underwood, Staff Writer February 18, 2021

The Scholastic Writing Competition is a well-known competition in the Carlisle Area School District. Maybe your English teacher made you and your classmates participate that one time in middle school,...

NEW PERSPECTIVES: Carlisle High School junior Austin Shatto adjusts his camera angles in preparation for a Herd TV livestream during the 2020 Football season. Herd TV has also live-streamed Basketball this year and looks to broaden the sports being streamed in the future.

Swimming up ‘stream’: Broadcasting courses adapt to new limitations

Jarrett Wilson, Editor-in-chief February 17, 2021

The CHS Center for Careers and Technology (CTE) programs have had a tough time adjusting during the pandemic. With the classes built on hands-on learning, online academics have presented unpredictable...

MAKING HISTORY: Carlisle students lined up at the polls this year to make history, showing a record turn out for their generation.  But now that the dust has settled, what do they want to see?

100 days of expectations

Rachel Martin February 16, 2021

   On January 20, 2021, history had its eyes on the stairs of the Capitol building as current President Joseph R. Biden and Madam Vice President Kamala Harris took the oaths of office, replacing the...

Top row left to right: Jeremiah Carothers, Nolan Chenot, Jonas Fowler, Olivia Renault, 
Middle Row: Riley Henry, Jace Fetterman, Aaron Renninger, Sean Smith, Sarah Guistwite
Bottom Row: Kiley Barnhart, Grace Hoffman, Rachel Bell, Julianna Askins

College Signing Day: February 3, 2021

Periscope staff February 3, 2021

Congratulations to the seniors participating in College Signing Day on Feb 3, 2021! You can watch the ceremony here. Please note: The students wore masks until it was time for the photo. The photo...

ONE BIG PLATE: The album cover for Bad Contestant shows Maltese looking very bored as he sits between a fighting older couple.

Blast from the past: Matt Maltese’s 2018 “Bad Contestant” resonates with 2020

Ryleigh Underwood, Staff Writer December 17, 2020

Sometimes an album can take on new meaning years later, especially when one of those years is 2020. 22-year-old South London artist Matt Maltese released ‘Bad Contestant,’ his long-awaited debut...

BUILDING BLOCKS: Construction student, Lucas Sandoval drills in that this is his path. Student enrollment has significantly increased, according to department head, Dr. Albert Parrillo.

Under construction: trade schools are drastically underrated (Editorial)

Ryleigh Underwood, Staff Writer December 7, 2020

Carpenters, mechanics, electricians, oh my! Trade jobs are always in high demand in our fast-paced society and people often forget how necessary these workers are. High school students are often told that...

THERES BEEN A MURDER: A crewmate is stabbed to death by the imposter while no other players are around. The goal of the imposter is to kill the other crewmates without being discovered.

Among Us: Murder mystery game goes viral among teens

Jay Barker November 3, 2020
“I like the simplicity. It’s pretty easy to learn and based off of concepts people are already familiar with. It’s calming and fun, even if it involves murder.”
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