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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, Staff writer 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...

REAL LIFE BATTLES The Netflix original series

‘Grand Army High School’: Normalizing trauma or raising awareness? (Review)

Natalie Davis November 30, 2020

It took Netflix’s original new series, Grand Army High School, less than ten seconds to get viewers hooked just by their opening theme, with its intriguing phrases like "I’m marching into battle"...

PLAYING A NEW GAME: Industries that have not had the spotlight in the past have now had the opportunities to make millions, as the pandemic has redirected sports fans' attention and money.

Imitating involvement: Sports fans seek alternative activities amidst pandemic (Editorial)

Jarrett Wilson, Staff writer November 30, 2020

Sports fans are notorious for being passionate about their favorite teams and players, and this year has been no exception. In fact, this year showed us how far sports fans will go to be involved with...

PARTNER ACT: Sophomore Annie Chovanes sings acapella in her duo with fellow sophomore Caleb Finnegan in last year's winter Coffeehouse,

Better ‘latte’ than never: Coffeehouse turns to virtual platform for First Cup

Renae Greak November 5, 2020

As Rihanna has said, "Please don't stop the music!" CHS Coffeehouse is making sure the song goes on. Coffeehouse is an artist outlet for the musicians and poets of Carlisle High School. Anyone who has...

PANDEMIC PLAYLIST: Enjoy a list of songs created for this year 2020 inspired by the pandemic. Many artists cannot perform live due to the virus, but that hasn't stopped them from making amazing music from home.

Can’t stop the music: the sounds of quarantine (Playlist)

Natalie Davis November 2, 2020

Covid-19 has essentially stopped all forms of group gatherings making social distancing as detrimental as the virus itself. These restrictions placed on social "get-togethers" have especially affected...

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...

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 Statista.com. ...

Vines co-founder has been working hard to create a new app similar to Vine, called Byte.  Byte is expected to be released in the early spring of 2019.

Byte: Will this be the return of Vine?

Parker Shabala, staff writer February 12, 2019

Millions were stunned when they heard of the shut down of the app Vine in 2016.  After raking in 200 million users in 2012 alone, both creators and viewers were devastated when Vine was taken down in...

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...

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