Posts By Grace Hegland

Is Chivalry Dead?

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Chivalry is dead, or so we often hear. Chivalry originated in the medieval times as a way to differentiate the knights from the common folk in society. Today, the definition and applications of chivalry have&hellip

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An Unlikely Coincidence

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Cameron Ferguson is a new teacher in the social studies department. He went to Smith Middle School, where he had Daphne Montoya as his sixth grade math teacher. This year, Montoya passed away, and Ferguson&hellip

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She Kills Monsters Killed It

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Student’s excitement about She Kills Monsters continues to buzz through CHS hallways after the memorable performance. She Kills Monsters explores common topics in many high schoolers’ lives: popularity versus geekiness, relationship problems, sibling problems and&hellip

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In Memory of Mrs. Montoya

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Earlier this year, Carrboro High School lost Daphne Montoya, one of the school’s beloved math teachers. Her absence is felt throughout the halls by both the student body and faculty. Today, the JagWire shares a&hellip

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