Lizzee Harrison

Stories from Lizzee Harrison

Friday, March 17th, 2017

When you hear the name Kate Purschke the adjectives that come to your mind are probably endless: bubbly, positive, kind, and hilarious. The list of accomplishments that Kate has is also endless: straight-A student, merit scholar, two-sport varsity athlete, amateur cover model, and fearless leader.

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

As we progress further into the school year, it seems obvious that Chatham High School has without a doubt been caught with the technology bug.

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Of the most common phobias in existence, arachnophobia and agoraphobia are usually the ones most frequently mentioned.

Thursday, September 22nd, 2016


Each year the swift arrival of Autumn brings forth the changing of the color of leaves, cooler temperatures and a glorious holiday solely dedicated to eating. Yet perhaps one of the most recent Fall traditions is the always highly anticipated launch of a new version of the iPhone.
Wednesday, April 6th, 2016
To some misguided American citizens, March Madness is just a basketball tournament deemed irrelevant by their busy schedules. But to a particular cult of people, March Madness is a month long holiday, and the light at the end of a dark winter. I speak of course of the disciples of college basketball, who for one month abandon their everyday lives to camp out at their local Buffalo Wild Wings and exist only in a parallel universe that revolves around collegiate basketball. The bracket pools are intense, with the power to sever friendships and break apart families. The amount of research and preparation that goes into creating a superior bracket rivals that of any mission to space or Apple invention ever.
Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

Spanish and French FlagsFrom a young age, we have always been encouraged to become bilingual. Whether it is through the highly educational programs known as Muzzy and Dora the Explorer, or a desire to travel the world and not seem like stereotypical culturally bland Americans, the influence has always surrounded us. When we enter the high school, this is no different. For several years, Chatham High School has provided students with a plethora of clubs and courses to satisfy its students hunger to learn a new language and submerge themselves in a foreign culture.

Monday, February 2nd, 2015
There is no doubt that the topic of feminism is a highly debated and mature topic. Although, it is apparently not too mature for Shannon Faulkner's tenth grade English students whom she saw take a tremendous interest in this topic and has designed a contest for her students to further peak their interest.
Friday, December 19th, 2014
When you think about getting into college or getting recruited you usually think that this happens only to seniors, right? Well, in the past year at CHS there has been a trend in underclassmen already committing to schools! In fact, several members of the classes of 2017 and 2016 have given a verbal commitment to a college or university through lacrosse. “Lacrosse actually has a younger average recruiting age than most sports.