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The Campus Lantern

Charles B. Chas Landreth and Griffy Whitman 25 review the most recent print edition of The Lantern. Photo courtesy of Melissa Brown 87

Illuminating the Past: Landreth family leads a legacy of lantern carriers

Griffy Whitman '25, Inaugural Editor-in-Chief March 18, 2024

Even though this is the “inaugural year” of the student newspaper at SCH, The Campus Lantern is a revived student newspaper, and we’ve actually existed since being founded in 1927.  Charles Landreth,...

The door to the rifle range off the courtyard.

Yes, we once had a riflery range; no we don’t have one anymore

Roman McNichols '26, Staff Writer/Copy Editor March 18, 2024

In the courtyard, underneath the Development Office, the school holds a secret history. Down a set of concrete stairs and through a red door lies the old rifle range, now dingy and abandoned. The rifle...

An excerpt from Roger Halls 82 senior speech in The Campus Lantern

Illuminating the past

Roman McNichols '26, Staff Writer December 12, 2023

“Immaterial of the topic, [senior speeches] hone students’ public speaking skills,” said CHA alumnus Roger Hall ‘82, who gave one of the first senior speeches in 1982. “In the age of technology,...

Illuminating the past

Illuminating the past

Anderson Swanger, Staff Writer October 26, 2023

At Chestnut Hill Academy in 1982, in volume 55 of The Campus Lantern, an unknown writer titled their article "Computer SAT Testing Is in the Near Future." The author went on to say, "Some high school...

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