Why are we Reading Less for Pleasure?

I really began thinking about this question after meeting someone on the train. It was amusing because my initial judgement of this man had been completely dismissive and impartial. With earrings that stretched each of his lobes to the size of a two pence coin and an unkempt beard, I hadn’t given him much thought….

Reflections on Being a New Sixth Form Girl

The first few weeks in Charterhouse are a very busy time for all Specialists, especially for the new girls. The days are mostly based around inductions and lectures to help us get used to the new environment that we will be living in for the next two years. Whether you’re doing Pre-U or IB, these first…

Lack of Talent 2017

The annual spectacle that is Lack of Talent took place last week. The unfortunate omission of the Carthusian favourite ‘Brooke Hall sketch’ was to the student’s despair, however, the class performances by the other musicians compensated for this.   The show kicked off with Ayokunle Oshin: a Soundcloud rapper whose hit songs ‘Oh My!’ and…

The New Science and Mathematics Building

George Lake Coghlan spoke to Mr Kazi about the building of the new Science and Mathematics Building… The new Science and Maths blocks are coming as a massive update to a large part of the school’s academic areas, hoping to modernise opportunities in lessons, as the largest academic building project for a considerable amount of…

Bored?

THE SCIENCE OF BOREDOM

Lonzo Ball: The new era of the Lakers?

After four years of the Lakers not making the playoffs and lacking in positivity, Lonzo is exactly what the Lakers need. After being named NBA Summer MVP, where he averaged 16.3 points, 7.7 rebounds and 2.5 steels per game, there is no wonder that there is a lot of hope for this 19-year-old as he…