Women’s History Month began in the late 1980s, after five years of joint resolutions implementing a week in March as “Women’s History Week”. In 1987, the Women’s History Project petitioned Congress to pass Pub. L. 100-9, which made March Women’s History Month. In the years 1988-1994 Congress put in requests for the President to continue […]
Chandler King is a 12-year-old gymnastics phenom in the making. She trains 36 hours weekly and moved from Michigan to Texas in order to train at the gym owned by Simone Biles’s family, the World Champions Centre. Her incredible strength and skill level has earned her a following of 168 thousand followers on Instagram and […]
In this social media-driven, technology-powered age, it is growing increasingly more difficult to practice sustainability. New products are constantly being thrown our way, making us feel that we always need, not only the best thing but the newest. In order to avoid this, I put some tips together in order to help navigate this issue […]
Inspired by the Vogue 73 questions videos, I decided to begin a series of interviews with Teachers. These random, short questions will hopefully give you an insight into the personalities and lives of teachers in our school.
October 10 was the Carrboro High School Choral and Orchestral concert. The students taking preforming arts courses showcased their work from this quarter, displaying songs they practiced daily. The concert is split into different portions, organized by group or class. The concert began with the student lead acapella groups, including Unnecessary Measures and MeLadies, a […]
On Friday, September 13, Jaguar Jump-In occurred: a designated time for all students to explore the many student-led clubs that Carrboro has to offer. The 50 participating clubs cover a wide range of topics, including Academics & Achievement, Service & Social Issue Clubs, Language & Cultural Arts, Athletics & Activities, CHS Athletic Recruiting and Student […]
In late August, the first announced death from a respiratory disease likely to be linked to vaping occured. It was amongst a flurry of hospitalizations of patients with symptoms including coughing, vomiting, diarrhea, shortened breath and tiredness. 22 of these patients are in Illinois, the same state where the first death occurred. Although announced only […]