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  • May 14The senior class' last day is May 23.

  • May 14The honors banquet will take place on May 23 at 5:30 pm.

  • May 14Senior Renaissance will take place on May 29 in the McGowan Auditiorium.

  • May 14Matthew Oh placed first in the senior individual documentary category at state National History Day on May 10.

  • May 14The 2019 edition of Oracle is availible for pickup in the cafeteria this week

  • May 13Keystone Testing will take place this week (5/13-5/20). There will be an adjusted schedule most days.

Heading off stress: Anxiety and relaxation apps (Review)

Heading off stress: Anxiety and relaxation apps (Review)

Summer Hollingsworth, Staff Writer

April 17, 2019


Filed under A&E, Technology

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 different uses, and not all of them are bad.   Almost one out of five adults struggle with ...

Blocking the temptation: Apps to help limit phone usage

Blocking the temptation: Apps to help limit phone usage

Abigail Lindsay, A&E Editor

February 15, 2019


Filed under A&E, Technology

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.  Thus, the addiction to constantly be on your phone can be hard to avoid.   In an article from Th...

Byte: Will this be the return of Vine?

Byte: Will this be the return of Vine?

Parker Shabala, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019


Filed under A&E, Technology

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 2016. However, there is hope that a new Vine is making its way to the App Store. For those unfamil...

Technology and studying: Which device reigns supreme?

Technology and studying: Which device reigns supreme?

Cameron Fritz, Publications Manager

January 14, 2019


Filed under Student Life

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 be exciting. New ways to study and memorize will hopefully make learning easier and more efficient....

New and improved? WiFi updated at CHS

New and improved? WiFi updated at CHS

Shayna Rhoads, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018


Filed under News

Carlisle High School changed their internet system over Thanksgiving break. Many students that use their own computers returned to find that there was no wireless internet for them to connect to. The system, which has already been put in place, will eventually have three different connections to get on...

Tech Support: Help or Hindrance? (Editorial)

Tech Support: Help or Hindrance? (Editorial)

Parker Shabala, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018


Filed under Perspectives

When many students think of technology at school, the first thing that comes to mind is the constant issues with laptops. From class games of Kahoot to typing essays, school laptops are a necessity for both teachers and students, thus causing trouble when a computer goes awry. A major problem with ...

Herd in the Halls: the transition from paper to digital

Herd in the Halls: the transition from paper to digital

Carlin Diehl, Staff Writer

September 17, 2018


Filed under Herd in the Halls, Perspectives, Showcase

“How do you feel about Carlisle High School transitioning from paper to digital assignments?” “I think it’s a good thing we are saving paper, but sometimes the technology doesn’t really cooperate.”         -Lola Gehman, Freshman “I think it’s good, we’re helping our environmen...

The real “Mr. FBI man”: trendy joke or threat to privacy?

The real “Mr. FBI man”: trendy joke or threat to privacy?

Skylar Bowers, Student Life Writer

April 3, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

  As modern technology advances, the meme culture expands. Each month a new meme appears to express a new funny topic or even a serious national debate. As the month of February came to an end, a new meme appeared - Mr. FBI man. Twitter user @Awab recently created a tweet that went viral: &nb...

Are students cheating or just using resources to their advantage? (Editorial)

Are students cheating or just using resources to their advantage? (Editorial)

Heidi Heinlein, Perspectives Writer

March 23, 2018


Filed under Perspectives

Every year, on the first day of school, the teachers go over their individual class rules, and every first day of school, students hear the same thing, “Do not cheat, you are not helping yourself by doing so. There will be consequences.” Students continue to cheat anyway. So why do students choose the...

Cyberbullying stops here: Wi-Fi restrictions keep school safe (Editorial)

Cyberbullying stops here: Wi-Fi restrictions keep school safe (Editorial)

Heidi Heinlein, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018


Filed under Perspectives, Showcase

Cyberbullying plagues schools nationwide but it is difficult for schools to combat abuse that is done behind a screen. Allowing school Wi-Fi access to the students committing these acts gives them the resources they need to go to attack others on campus. There is a very simple solution though: create ...

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