eSports Aren’t Easy

Game day: fans flood arenas wearing team jerseys, searching for events to meet their dream players and gain an autograph. Those who don’t make it to the event itself sit impatiently by their laptops and T.V.s waiting for their streaming […]

Science Olympiad excels

The CHS Science Olympiad team won their regional competition for the first time ever this year on Saturday, March 3. The varsity team placed second in regionals overall, giving them the opportunity to compete in the state competition. The club […]

CHS leads the way

Project Lead the Way (PLTW) engineering classes are in their third year at Carrboro High School, and the program is more popular this year than ever before. The number of students involved in PLTW has increased since CHS introduced its first […]

Has Apple lost their X-factor?

Levi Hencke, defending the most valuable company in the world, Apple Ah, the age-old debate: Apple versus Android — or, in this case, Samsung. It’s never been a hard choice. On the one hand, you have the lawless, fragmented, half-baked […]

Meet Ms. Jackson

Every time students walk through the front office, Barbara Jackson, the new receptionist, welcomes them. Some may recognize her as an assistant teacher from Mary Scroggs Elementary. Jackson moved a couple years ago due to her husband’s job but is […]