Monthly Archives: November 2012

Fellowship of Christian Athletes sets sights globally

It’s lunchtime on a Tuesday, and classroom 27 is filling up for another Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting.  Students exchange friendly greetings and helps themselves to complimentary cookies until senior…

The Sandpiper Police Log

Oct. 15, 4:27 p.m. Near drowning at a recent water polo match when six parents tried to do the wave. While concerned, Principal Rick Lopez did not want to dampen…

Proposition 34 seeks to abolish death penalty

The California state election is coming, and this year there is a host of propositions up for Californians to decide. One of the most controversial measures on the ballot is…

Seniors reflect on college application process

As the battle of college applications rages on, seniors brandish their essay skills and break out every weapon possible. The Class of 2013 has quite lofty expectations to live up…

‘Wallflower’ movie blossoms into fine film

When I heard that Stephen Chbosky’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower was being transformed into a movie, I was excited. When I found out that Chbosky was also the…

Basketball dominant despite losing Pearson and Rudolph

Even with Devon Pearson and Hank Rudolph gone,Carmelboys’ basketball will have a strong, tall, senior-dominated team. Although height is helpful, the Padres have other factors which point to their future…

Grummon takes command of girls’ soccer

After scrambling to find a coach, the girls’ soccer team is ready to take the field under the control of newly hired coach and Whitney Grummon. While Grummon is known…

Kanye’s new ‘G.O.O.D. Music’ album is a misnomer

A quick disclaimer: I am a huge Kanye West fan. Despite the fact that he is an egomaniacal, Taylor Swift interrupting, Lego-guy-sized head possessing crazy person who regularly compares himself…

ASB’s RSVP seeks an A-OK CHS

The CHS Associated Student Body recognizes that changes need to be made to the high school, and they believe they have found just the program to help get the job…

Carmel mourns loss of David Miller, teacher and friend

With the recent passing of former Carmel Middle School math teacher David Miller in October, students, parents and faculty all around Carmel Unified School District have been in mourning. According…