College Prep, Honors, or Advanced Placement?

Anna Brock and Emma Hall

November 9, 2018

Filed under News, Opinion

Government and Economic are required for all high school students in District Five to take; most students take these courses during their senior year.  Students at Chapin High School have the option to choose between Advanc...

Antisocial Social Media

Kiley Hengeveld and Maddy Koons

March 29, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Within the last couple of months, all forms of social media have created unnecessary updates that make the apps unusable to adolescents. Instagram’s latest update made their feed organized by popularity of the post, rat...

Nine Things To Do This Fall

Sara Dietrich and Rachel Janis

October 23, 2015

Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Student Life

Fair: The annual South Carolina State Fair offers something for everyone with concerts, a variety of fried foods, rides, and animals.   Deceased Farms: If you're looking for a place that will terrify you, deceased fa...

Are the Speed Bumps Here for Good?

October 16, 2014

Filed under Features, News, Opinion, Student Life

Chapin High school has recently had to deal with the growing controversy over the newly installed speed bumps.  With growing complaints of students speeding through the parking lots, administrators have responded by installing...

Catching a break from exams

December 3, 2013

Filed under News, Opinion, Student Life

Papers clutter desks, various textbooks stacked on top of each other, the bright light of the computer stings tired eyes. This is the life of an AP student. A student's life suddenly becomes fifty percent harder--tests,...

Progress On Parking Moving In Reverse

December 2, 2013

Filed under News, Opinion

Chapin High School’s parking has been a problem for years, but just recently parking has exploded into a war between seniors and juniors over the new blue headers designated for seniors leaving juniors out in no man’s land....

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