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Amy Carlyle

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief

Amy Carlyle is a senior and Editor-in-Chief of The Tower. She came to Bishop’s as a sixth grader and joined the staff at the start of her freshman year. In her free time, Amy enjoys making smoothies, listening to music, and binge-watching How to Get Away with Murder (sometimes all at once - she loves multitasking too). It is common for Amy’s emails to the staff to include a GIF of Pusheen the Cat, despite not being a “cat person.” She is also not a “dog person” — thanks, allergies — and is most certainly not a “chicken person” — thanks AGAIN, allergies. Alas, Amy is a Tower person, and can’t wait for the exciting things to come this year.

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The typical graduation on the Quad may not be possible as scheduled for the senior class due to protective measures against COVID-19. Pictured: the Class of 2019

Commencement Update

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
May 25, 2020
All About Eyes

All About Eyes

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
May 20, 2020
Since the release of Tiger King, interest in the Lewis case has risen significantly. Lewis former lawyer believes Lewis might have been murdered at his local private airport, according to Fox News.

Hey All You Cool Cats and Kittens

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
April 27, 2020
Student Club Creates Digital Project

Student Club Creates Digital Project

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
April 17, 2020
Zoom Tips and Tricks

Zoom Tips and Tricks

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
March 30, 2020
Dr. Zens gave a similar presentation to faculty earlier this year to help share her important message. Photo courtesy of the Marketing and Communications Department

Dr. Marisa Zens’ Visit

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
March 9, 2020
New in Town: Lagom Balanced Food

New in Town: Lagom Balanced Food

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
December 17, 2019
All of Quantas issues are available digitally on issuu.com.

Spotlight: Quanta Student Magazine

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
December 17, 2019
As of December 8, Yasha Kharratis (20) Election Scoop has 93 subscribers.

The Scoop on Yasha Kharrati

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
December 11, 2019
Sabrina must check her computer monitors before shows begin to ensure that all light and sound operations are ready to go; once Tech Week begins, these computers are moved from the theater up to the tech booth.

Meet the Stage Manager: Sabrina Fogel

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
November 3, 2019
Gabe Worstell (‘20) delivered a powerful performance of “I’d Rather be Me” from the Broadway musical Mean Girls.

Coffee House Fun

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
November 3, 2019
Adults who have previously been exposed to the Epstein-Barr virus, even without getting mono, can build enough antibodies to become immune to mono according to Mayo Clinic. Pictured: the Epstein-Barr virus, under a microscope.

Outbreak: Mono

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
October 30, 2019
To keep with tradition and the publications catchphrase, the Daily Urinal editors still post issues inside Bishop’s restrooms.

Meet The 2019-20 Daily Urinal Editors

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
October 27, 2019
The Senior Bench sits proudly on the Senior Lawn, decorated with 
all 128 seniors’ names. PC: Amy Carlyle (‘20)

Seniors After Summer

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
August 30, 2019
On November 29, 2016, BLACKPINK played hits from their debut single album Square One at the Melon Music Awards in South Korea.  Photo labeled for reuse by Wikimedia Commons.

BLACKPINK In Your Area

Amy Carlyle, Editor-in-Chief
April 19, 2019
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