Author: Anna Reeb

The only nice person on the JagWire staff.

Where is CHS Hall of Fame Now?

Kristina Witcher, class of 2009 Where do you go to school now, and what major are you pursuing? I am starting my 5th year in the MD/PhD program at Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. I am working towards a PhD in neuroscience. My project focuses on immune responses to traumatic brain injury. Prior to coming to Columbus, I attended […]

Making of March Madness

At 11:30 pm on Monday, April 3, thousands of people poured onto Franklin Street in celebration over the UNC Men’s Basketball team’s win over Gonzaga in the NCAA National Championship Game. With a score of 65-71, the Tar Heels claimed their sixth national title. In a tournament with match-ups between the top 68 collegiate basketball […]

Threading CHS’ Shows: Behind the Scenes

The costume designers in the spring production of Cinderella, including seniors Aria Margulies, Grace Schneider and Jewel Thompson, worked hard behind the scenes. Their expertise in sewing and costume design reaches far beyond the theatrical stage, however. According to Thompson, the seniors’ interests in costume design and piecing together outfits sparked during sophomore year when […]

Side-stepping sportsmanship

April 6, 2015: Grayson Allen becomes one of the most well-liked and highly lauded freshman collegiate men’s basketball players in the nation as he drops 16 points to lead Duke to a victory in the National Championship game against Wisconsin. December 21, 2016: Allen becomes one of the most hated players in college basketball as […]

Mrs. Barry’s Class Connects with Superintendent Causby

A seasoned group of elected and appointed officials joined the Carrboro learning experience this fall. As an interactive component for their unit on elections and government, System Level teacher Melissa Barry invited several respected community leaders to speak to her class about real-world implications including division of power among various government levels, voting and occupational […]

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