Category Archives: News

Plan under way to develop Highway 68 roundabouts

  BY SCOTT MCMAHON Residents of Monterey County better become well-acquainted with the recently added Holman Highway roundabout, for there are many more to come. As reported by The Californian,…

Students use various methods to cope with mental health concerns

  BY ELLA FOSTER “I have been admitted to an inpatient hospital twice, and I’ve done therapy for five years,” one Carmel High School girl says regarding her experience with…

Local organizations focus on stopping opiod abuse

BY LUKE FRANKLIN With opioid abuse on the rise throughout the U.S., Monterey is going through its own hardships separate from the 90 deaths per day due to opioid overdose…

Transgender elects shine new light on LGBTQ rights

  BY MILES PREKOSKI A historic election day was held this November, with six different transgender politicians being elected across the country, sparking new debates over politics such as the…

Calendar committee adds week to student summer

  BY NINA PATEL This fall, the CUSD Board of Education decided to shift the entire school year a week forward for the 2018-2019 school year instead of accepting the…

Summer internships open up for STEM students

BY PETER ELLISON As college applications have been getting increasingly competitive over the last decade, more students have chosen to pursue internships and other educational opportunities during their summers. Why…

Though often unreported, locker rooms susceptible to theft

BY GABE MARTIN Locker room theft at Carmel High School affects multiple students every year, especially those who rely on their lockers during after school sports and other activities. CHS…

Vending machines relocated, caged outside cafeteria

BY TAYLOR DESMOND Within the past couple of months, the food service department placed two vending machines outside of the CHS cafeteria in order to offer food to students during…

Breaking the mold: Resources help first-generation students overcome obstacles on road to college

BY JOYCE DOHERTY In her senior year, 2015 Carmel High School graduate Selene Elias knew that she wanted to go to college, but she didn’t know how to get there…

Carmel High School teachers’ past jobs may surprise students

BY PRISCILLA CABALLERO Ever picture Mr. Grahl doing farm work on a sunny day or Mr. Granbery living in Antarctica? At one point in their lives, neither did these teachers….