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Juniors get ready for a roaring good time at the prom

Juniors get ready for a roaring good time at the prom

Samantha Rock, Staff writer April 5, 2022

Juniors are getting reading for Saturday night's junior prom, which returns to Archbishop Carroll's East Gym after a two-year hiatus brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. The junior prom theme this year...

Carroll goes mask optional

Carroll goes mask optional

Arianna Hall, Staff writer February 28, 2022

Archbishop Carroll has announced that beginning Feb. 28, the mask mandate in schools will be optional, and students and faculty can choose whether or not they will continue wearing a mask.  Archdiocesan...

October Kairos is back

Arianna Hall, Staff writer October 18, 2021

Archbishop Carroll is hosting its first October Kairos retreat since before the CoViD-19 outbreak.  Last year, because of government health guidelines designed to stop the spread of the virus, the...

Students struggle to reacclimate to full-time, in-person learning

Gabriel Petrecz, Staff writer October 18, 2021

Back from a year of hybrid learning, many students -- although not all -- say they are struggling with the transition to being in school full-time.  “I have committed myself to too many activities...

Army Spc. Angel Laureano holds a vial of the COVID-19 vaccine, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, Md., Dec. 14, 2020. (DoD photo by Lisa Ferdinando)

Carroll will host COVID-19 vaccine clinic

Matthew Boccella, Staff writer May 11, 2021

On Wednesday, May 26, Archbishop Carroll will host a clinic to administer the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to anyone 16 or older.  The COVID -19 clinic will be from 3 - 7 p.m.  Limited information about...

Hybrid schedule does not seem to be making senior slide worse

Kelly Fowler, Staff writer April 26, 2021

Senior slide, also known as senioritis, often afflicts those who will graduate at the end of the semester but does not seem to have been worsened by Archbishop Carroll's hybrid schedule. In the hybrid...

U.S. recommends pause in use of J & J COVID-19 vaccine but not Pfizer and Moderna

U.S. recommends pause in use of J & J COVID-19 vaccine but not Pfizer and Moderna

Sasha Lockett, Staff writer April 15, 2021

During the past year, COVID-19 has infected more than 31 million people in the United States alone. As citizens get vaccinated against the virus, many still wonder if the vaccines are all safe, especially...

Some students say they want to go back to the Carroll building full-time

Some students say they want to go back to the Carroll building full-time

Nicholas Volpe, Staff writer April 14, 2021

As students begin to get vaccinated against the virus that causes COVID-19, some may wonder whether they will be able to return to Archbishop Carroll full-time anytime soon. In an unofficial survey...

Baseball season begins with masks and motivation

Baseball season begins with masks and motivation

Kelly Fowler, Staff writer April 13, 2021

After last season being cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Archbishop Carroll baseball is finally up and running again with a good start. Like every activity, there have been some changes, such...

Some Carroll teachers among those vaccinated against COVID-19

Some Carroll teachers among those vaccinated against COVID-19

Kelly Fowler, Staff writer April 11, 2021

Governor Tom Wolfe recently provided all teachers for grades k-12 with an opportunity to receive the Johnson and Johnson COVID vaccine. Some teachers in the Carroll community have taken advantage of...

Carroll students among those in PA who received COVID-19 vaccinations

Carroll students among those in PA who received COVID-19 vaccinations

Kelly Fowler, Staff writer March 5, 2021

Some Carroll students are among those who have received vaccinations against COVID-19.  Thus far, 947,000 people in Pennsylvania have gotten the shots since they first became available in December....

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Upperclassmen events planned for spring

Sasha Lockett, Staff writer March 4, 2021

Although they were canceled last year, some important upperclassmen events will happen this year, although in alternative formats required because of safety concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, according...

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