Monthly Archives: September 2014

‘Anaconda’ snakes into mainstream conciousness

So, I had kind of a revelation the other night. After spending like three or four days thinking about how I should best criticize (read: completely destroy) Nicki Minaj’s new…

Objections

OBJECTION to the district’s policy of recklessly destroying vegetation. Not only are native shrubs and majestic Monterey pines torn up from the roots or denied their natural fruition, but the…

A running start for CHS cross-country team

The CHS cross-country team’s season started off with a bang this month, and expectations are running high for this fall. At the Earlybird Invitational at Toro Park on Sept. 6,…

CHS standout pitcher now on top Down Under

Carmel Unified substitute teacher Joe Parsons received the call of a lifetime on Aug. 5 when he was asked to play for a club baseball team in Australia, and he…

Reigning champs unique feature of Powderpuff

As the annual Powderpuff game approaches, the Class of 2015 has a little spring in its step. After all, they’re returning with last year’s triumph under their belts–the first junior…

Synthetic turf field fresh start for CHS sports

The new CHS multiuse sports facility has been an overall success, with relatively few scheduling conflicts arising—despite some initial concerns that it wouldn’t be able to accommodate the wide array…

Sports Medicine class in critical condition?

On the first day of school, Dr. Tony Payan was a shining new face on campus. His 13th day of teaching sports medicine, however, would be his last at CHS….

CHS boys find no restrooms for the weary

Despite the recent completion of various construction projects on campus, it seems that the Carmel High restroom facilities—at least the boys’ facilities—have been overlooked. “Some simple fixes would do a…

Chris’ cars for cash

Be sure to stop by the library to check out Chris Penovatz’s second annual car-naming contest with his model car collection of hundreds of rare models he refurbished himself. Penovatz…

Watered-down policies a plus in drought fight

Residents of Monterey County were issued a critical drought notice Aug. 14 from California American Water prohibiting various water-use activities. This comes after 2013 was reported the driest year in…