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The student news site of Carlisle High School


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They collaborate very well together and their work is similarly styled -Hannah Stoner

2023-2024 Teacher Superlatives

Lyric Koch and Jenna Coller May 28, 2024

Congratulations to the following teachers on being nominated by the senior class for teacher superlatives! Thank you to all of the students who voted and all of the teachers who make CHS a better place!

BACK TO THE FUTURE: Phuc Tran stands at the front of Ms. Clayvilles classroom discussing his involvement in Periscope in high school. This was the first time he had been back in the halls of CHS, decades later.

Sigh, Not Gone: Phuc Tran Visits CHS Creative Writing Classes

Jenna Coller, Editor-in-Chief November 16, 2023

It’s not every day that CHS is paid a visit from an award winning writer and Carlisle alumnus, but just last month Vietnamese-American Author, Phuc Tran, stopped by Ms. Clayville’s Creative Writing...

BLUESCREEN BLUES: An overworked student observes the amount of work theyve been assigned. Students this year are facing a motivation crisis unlike ever before. Ive never had this much work before. said freshman Jay Barker.

In the dark: Students’ motivation plummets as 2020 charges ahead

Ryleigh Underwood, Editor-in-Chief November 2, 2020

Motivation. A superhero in times of stressful deadlines and a looming monster when you need to get out of bed. Finding the motivation to do anything is difficult, but for students, it’s nearly impossible....

Students spend time during lunch scrolling through and watching Tik Toks. Is the popular social media app in danger of being shut down?

Tik Tok Takeover: is it safe ‘For You’ ?

Hunter Nace, Staff writer December 10, 2019

Tik Tok is a popular app that creates a fun environment with many types of genres of videos. Vlogs, song parodies, and other types of videos people feel like uploading are found on the app. The app can...

Juniors Reese Daugherty, Josetta Checekett, and Trinity Johnson laugh together while playing a game.  The Wingin It ! shows will not only get audience members laughing but members of the troupe too.

Just ‘Wingin It!’: An inside look at CHS improv troupe

Abigail Lindsay, Editor in Chief October 26, 2019

Wings, soda, and a lot of laughs all go into the performances of  Wingin’ It!, CHS’s improv comedy troupe. Wingin’ It is a team effort, with both student and faculty leadership involved. Junior...

Walking from class to class through the Swartz building has been especially challenging so far this school year.  While Swartz is home to both 9th and 10th grade, this years freshmen class has been much larger than in ones years prior.

Chaotic crowds: Freshmen class takes over Swartz

Hunter Nace, Staff writer September 27, 2019

A new school year can bring students and administrators many new experiences.  One new thing that the whole school is feeling the effect of is this year's freshmen class being the largest class size at...

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Hunter Nace, Staff writer April 8, 2019

“I love spending most of my time playing soccer, but a secret passion of mine is drawing [...] I love to draw in my free time, and find art a great way to express myself.”

Phones are often chosen over other forms of technology as a superior tool for studying. Their versitility in function crowns them as king of technology at Carlisle High School.

Technology and studying: Which device reigns supreme?

Cameron Fritz, Publications Manager January 14, 2019

It seems like every day something new is being invented and another device is being released to the public. For students who are taught something new every day, this constant stream of discovery should...

Students eat lunch in the cafeteria. Movies often depict cafeterias as a breeding ground for popularity problems but, is it?

Does popularity really matter? (Editorial)

Reese Daugherty, Perspectives Writer October 6, 2017

Within modern media, popularity is a common topic in schools, work places, and generally every large group of people. Movies like Mean Girls and Clueless depict a huge clique problem among the students...

Nowadays, teens take to social media platforms like Twitter to call out others. (Please note: this is a fake tweet)

So the Drama: why do teens expose others on social media? (Editorial)

Chaela Williams, A&E writer/editor April 26, 2017

Whispers start as soon as they hit send. Nowadays, social media seems to be the best place to either start or settle drama. For some reason, it has become a trend, even a norm for students to ”expose”...

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