Onward: A Heartwarming Journey

Kelsey Harrison, Staff Writer

May 14, 2020

Onward is a touching movie about 2 brothers, Ian and Barley, on a quest to meet their dad who passed away when they were young. The movie opens on Ian's 16th birthday when he is given a magic staff and a spell to bring his fat...

Children’s Book Turned Into a Movie: Peter Rabbit

Jamie Leonard, Staff Writer

April 17, 2020

     A major memory of my childhood was all the different children's books. We all had a favorite book that we looked forward to our parents reading to us. My favorite book was Peter Rabbit, so when I heard it was being tu...

Fine Arts at Its Finest: Charlie Hagen

February 21, 2020

There are many voices involved in fine arts programs at CHS but the most memorable by far is the voice of senior, Charlie Hagen. He has been in eight shows just at Carterville and eight outside of Carterville schools, for a to...

Miracle on West Grand Avenue

Chloe Finn, Staff Writer

December 6, 2019

CHS’ 2019 Fall Play was the classic 1940s Christmas play of Miracle on 34th Street. The play had school matinees Thursday the 21st and Friday the 22nd with public performances on Saturday, November 23rd and Sunday, November 24...

The Movies Of Today: The Highlights

Lydia Nelson, Section Editor

December 6, 2019

Have you ever wanted to go see a movie with your friends, but have no clue on which one is best? Well, the films that I am about to show you may be the best ones out there in this new season. This week, I spent my days interview...

Have You Ever Been Out of the Country?

Audrey Snyder, Staff Writer

November 5, 2019

Have you ever been out of the country? If you have, you will know how truly special of an experience it is. From the crazy stress of packing up all of your belongings into a suitcase to going through airport security, going through...

10 Things To Do In Study Hall

Brystol Thomas, staff writer

October 4, 2019

We all know that study hall is one of those classes that can feel like it can go on and on. Whenever we don't have homework, study hall feels pointless and boring. I asked Ali Vaughn, a sophomore in study hall, how she likes it...

Guess the Teacher

Isabelle Pearce

September 19, 2019

Each teacher at Carterville High School has their own unique style and characteristics that students notice. Some have physical characteristics we notice, some say certain phrases often, and they all have a different personality....

High Expectations or Added Stress?

Zoe Howell, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

Do you ever wish you could change the rules in our school handbook? Many students disagree with some of the rules and regulations in the handbook, and their arguments are usually reasonable. There are pros and cons to nearly eve...

10 Things To Do This Saturday

Sydney Brown, Staff writer

September 13, 2019

Mitali Bahinipati says that her favorite thing to do on Saturday is sit in her room and have an existential crisis. Although we can’t all have a thrilling weekend like her, we can definitely try our best. Weekends are those sp...

Artistic Spotlight: Ashley Woolard

Audrey Snyder, Staff Writer

May 2, 2019

Ashley Woolard, a sophomore at Carterville High School, exceeds every expectation pertaining to the embodiment of a student fully committed to the arts. Ashley has participated in almost all of the arts offered at Carterville Hig...

Living Life With Autism

Julie Walder, Staff Writer

April 21, 2019

Usually when someone hears the word “Autism” they think of a kid that acts and may look different. When I hear the word, Autism, I think of my brother. The most popular response I get, when I tell someone about my little...

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