Monthly Archives: March 2013

TEH WEEKZLY PIPER: THE BIG CUATRO

BY THE PEOPLE, FOR (SOME OF) THE PEOPLE  

THE WEEKLY PIPER: EPISODE 3

WE REVIEW THE NEWS AND LEARN HOW TO MAKE FESTIVE SEASONAL GARLANDS. STAY TUNED.

Opinion: Football field renovation would be a touchdown for all

There’s nothing quite like the adrenaline that courses through athletes’ veins as they play at home for a big game. All the benefits of playing at home—a big crowd, a…

Third annual AP Palooza concert raises funds for North County High exams

Students from North Monterey County High School and the Carmel High School Singer-Songwriters’ Guild came together in harmony the night of March 1 to put on the third annual AP…

Tularcitos addresses recent stranger problems

After a Jan. 30 stranger incident near Tularcitos Elementary School, the second incident in the last three months, the Carmel Unified School District is working hard to enforce stranger prevention….

Immigration laws would affect CHS students

Unless you are a full-blooded Native American, if you’re an American you have an immigrant history. Immigrants have been and will always be an important part of America. Immigration law…

Are armed teachers a solution to security concerns?

Since the devastating Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on Dec. 14, there have been a lot of discussions and propositions on how to make schools safer. In fact, the Oklahoma…

Wieting-Lukowski gracefully soars in unique hobby

Most people have sky-diving on their bucket list, but for senior Alex Wieting-Lukowski, it’s a hobby and possibly a future career. Wieting-Lukowski frequents Union City’s iFLY, an indoor sky-diving arena,…

High school students help bring life to local music programs

It’s another sunny, Friday afternoon at Oasis Charter Public School in Salinas. In one classroom, a small group of students strum chords on guitars. In another, a group learns how…

Schrier’s famous globes are sweeping the…campus

A trend has been building here at CHS, and it is picking up steam. History teacher Bill Schrier’s keychain globes are becoming more coveted every time he says his Schrierism:…