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Friday, April 11, 2008


An ethical will

A little more than two years ago I received a diagnosis of lung cancer, a diagnosis profoundly unfair and dire – dire because, despite the best medical cancer care in the country, fewer than 30% of patients survive longer than three years after diagnosis. Unfair because I had only just turned 50, I had never been a smoker, and felt I still had a lot of useful ...more

Carlisle Public School teacher Alan Ticotsky is a science giant

Alan Ticotsky has taught at the Carlisle Public School for over 30 years and is a successful writer of books on science for grades four through eight. The Mosquito asked him about his writing, his teaching and how they interrelate. ...more

Student Senate and Moot Court

Politically, the country is currently focused on the presidential election. At CCHS, while the election is important, the political frenzy surrounds the active Student Senate and the Moot Court Competition. Venturing outside the discussions and required work of history class, these students challenge themselves to reach beyond what is expected to make the school ...more

Biodiversity Corner - Amber Jelly Roll


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