Author: Cinthya Plazas

Cinthya Plazas is Co-Editor-in-Chief of the JagWire.

Going Greek in College: a Modern Take

Having been accepted to college, high school seniors across the country are going about introducing themselves to their future classmates. In their introductory Facebook-group post, each rising college freshman lists notable things about themselves — not least of which being their preference on Greek life. Adam Alfieri, sophomore at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is a […]

CHS DECA diamonds take internationals

From Saturday April 22 to 25, for the first time in Carrboro High School history, two DECA members competed in the DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC), held in Atlanta, Georgia. DECA competitions began in the fall with the districts competition, which Carrboro DECA members competed in at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. In […]

Second semester senioritis

January 29 marked the start of the last semester of high school for the class of 2018; the momentous occasion comes along with the inevitable crash some (most) seniors experience. Whether you call it the senior slump, senioritis or senior slide, seniors become unmotivated to complete their daily academic tasks. The cause of the slide comes from the lack of motivation following the completion of college […]

Girls Give Back

This Thursday, January 11, DECA will host the Girls Give Back benefit concert, working alongside the CHS Young Feminist Club. The concert will consist of performances by a capella groups from CHS’ Sophistickeys, CHHS’ Lucky 13  and UNC Chapel Hill’s the Loreleis. There will be two featured performers, Millie McGuire, senior, and Sibel Byrnes, CHS […]

Back to Back Powderpuff Champions

Following tradition, the freshmen and seniors played the first game of the night. With the help of senior coaches Karl Naomi, Joe Zhang and Chris Millar, the seniors defeated the freshmen 35-0. Sophomores and juniors faced off in the game that determined the seniors’ opponent. The one touchdown of the game earned the sophomores a […]

To the third round they go

Saturday night, the boys’ varsity soccer team defeated Randleman in the second round of playoffs, with a final score of 3-1. Dixon Flores, sophomore, opened the scoreboard for the Jaguars in the first half of the game. Following the half-time break, the Jaguars scored twice more before the Tigers scored in the final minutes. Hudson […]

Spirit Week Day Three: Wacky Wednesday

CHS students and staff brought the wack to Wacky Wednesday. Mismatching socks and clashing patterns dominated the campus. Lauren Baddour and Ashley Hong, sophomores, brought out their wacky cat shirts for the day. Ryan Severance, math teacher, embraced the day’s theme with his bold and wacky outfit. Photos by Cinthya Plazas

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