Author: Olivia Weigle

Olivia, sophomore staff writer, enjoys listening to throwback music from the 2000s, eating ice cream, and taking long walks on the beach.

CHS blasts off to NASA

Airplanes in the Stephen F. Udvar-Hazy Center, located in Chantilly, VA. Photo courtesy Hank Hultman On April 23, students from the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Aerospace and Engineering classes left for a three-day field trip to visit the NASA headquarters in Washington, DC. Around 20 students of all grades went with advisors Jeffrey Arthurs […]

CHS Athletes Commit

On April 17, seniors Brandon Betts and Elise Deshusses each committed to respective colleges in the gymnasium for athletics. Parents, coaches and friends all joined to celebrate the student-athletes. “I’m proud of Brandon, I’ve played with him for three years now and have seen how hard he works. I’m really proud of him,” said Samuel […]

Peer Buddy Field Day

On Friday, April 12, the Peer Buddy Program and Special Olympic club hosted their second annual Field Day. The event was held during lunch through the sixth period in the gym, Ms. Barry’s room and the Eco-Garden. “Today is a special day because its a chance to take a break to get away from the […]

Carrboro Community Dinner Recap

On February 7, Carrboro High School hosted its annual Community Dinner in the Cafe Commons. The dinner’s purpose was to celebrate black culture, excellence and history through various speakers from our student body and community. “This night is important because it gives the CHS community the opportunity to hear every voice that’s here at Carrboro […]

Political debate at CHS

Talking politics is often a sensitive topic. Whether at the dinner table with family or the lunch table with friends, someone is bound to have an opposing view. Following President Trump’s inauguration, politics became an increasingly polarizing subject of discussion in America. With that shift came a change in the way people talk about political […]

Grad policies face future changes

Carrboro High School graduation policies are changing for the upcoming school year. Next year will be the first year that CHS valedictorians won’t give speeches during the official graduation ceremony at the Dean Dome. At CHS, valedictorians are students who have received a 4.0 unweighted average throughout all four years in high school and have […]

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