Author: Max Cline

Senior Max Cline, not to be confused with Ian Foster, is the Arts & Lifestyle editor for the JagWire.

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You will carry on to let it operate since you stop by this next report. Nothing might have assisted them longer. Yes, in the event that you should be doing Math. If you should be capable of going into the candidate name in the writing box and vote and comprehend that the vote count increment, […]

Where CHS watches sports

For the students of Carrboro High School, sports are a huge part of life. Whether they’re watching their local Tar Heels perform at the college level, or cheering on the various favorite professional teams of many students; CHS loves to watch sports. And in Chapel Hill, where sports are an integral piece of society, it comes as […]

CHS celebrates ten years of theatre

Every year the students of Theatre IV produce a show that proves to be a culmination of four years of hard work; but this year’s 10-Year Anniversary Revue instead opts to look back even before the freshman years of the Theatre IV seniors. This upcoming spring show is a showcase of all the musicals and […]

Lunchtime Behind the Scenes

Cafeteria workers serve school lunches to over half of all schoolchildren in the U.S. Many students get their first and second meals of the day from the school cafeteria. But what goes on behind the scenes in the preparation of these lunches? “Well first, we look at the production sheet,” said Carrboro cafeteria worker Misty […]

Student Spotlight: Millie McGuire

Below is an interview with junior Millie McGuire. The JagWire has edited the interview for content and brevity.  JagWire: When and why did you start singing? Millie McGuire: I’ve been singing since I was a kid, and I’ve been doing musicals since sixth grade. I didn’t realize I was any good at it until high school when Marichi […]

Clams carry CHS spirit

For most high school teams, the prospect of not being associated and funded by their school would stop them in their tracks. The Carrboro Clams, a club frisbee team, however, are used to it. For the “Clamily” this dependence has never been a problem. “It’s not very hard. Sometimes logistics are difficult but all of […]

History of Holiday Songs!

1-Let it snow Sophomore Joe Kellys’ favorite holiday song, “Let it Snow”, was written by two musicians, Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne. Longing for winter during a scorching Los Angeles July, the two sat down and wrote this classic in 1945.  Since then, it’s been adapted by many musicians, with the most famous being the […]

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