Daily Archives: March 14, 2014

Community shocked by death of 2011 grad

While most graduates of the CHS Class of 2011 were preparing for college courses, traveling abroad or working, 20-year-old former MPC student Elizabeth Reyes was planning her own funeral after…

Depression among teenagers not out of the ordinary

Most high school students may spend their days thinking about the math test they have during fourth period, what they are going to talk about with friends at lunch or…

Online posts less private than students believe

A quick look through the Instagram feeds of a couple of CHS students reveals not only the typical pictures of sunsets, concerts and food, but also of fellow students lifting…

Social media causing narcissism in Millenials?

Millennials, also known as the Millennial Generation or Generation Y, is the moniker applying to those born between the 1980s and the early 2000s. All current CHS students fall into…

Computer coding class to be introduced in 2014-15

A new, specialized computer coding class, created to fulfill the state’s five credit computer-tech requirement and prepare students for AP Computer Science, will be introduced at the beginning of the…

California drought affects variety of locals

California now faces the largest drought since it became a state, according to Paul Rodgers with Mercury News. Locals face the consequences. “I’ve grown up helping my dad manage water…

Carmel High reexamines impact of security cameras

Across the nation, high school security is increasing. According to the Institute of Education Sciences, during the 2009-10 school year 84 percent of high schools across the nation used security…

Statistics show male teens sensitive to body image

Over the years, there has been a lot of research conducted about how adolescent girls are negatively affected by the images they see in the media. Images of flawless females…

Inside Look: Getting to know campus custodians

Did you know Carmel High’s custodians stay on campus until 11 p.m. every school night? And there are probably many other things you didn’t know about these hard-working custodians. Here’s…

CHS’ ‘Putnam County’ spells s-u-c-c-e-s-s

“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” the newest CHS spring musical, directed and produced by drama teacher Michael Jacobs, opened March 7 and will be continuing through Saturday.