Monthly Archives: December 2014

Señora Colon: Teaching the Spanish language and more

Excitement begins to build up as the sound of wheels is heard rolling on the pavement outside. The wheels stroll past the lower-level playground, past many Tularcitos Bobcats, and to…

CHS campus hosts wide variety of bird species

Amidst this overdeveloped world, one may still find gems of nature interspersed throughout our daily lives, even at our own little school. When people hear the word bird, images of…

CHS drama offers modern Holmes for the holiday

Need more intrigue in your life than just shaking the box to guess your holiday presents? Then treat yourself to a real mystery with the CHS production of “Sherlock Holmes…

Teachers share their strangest holiday memories

Dog food for Thanksgiving Mr. Maas-Baldwin “My mother has a demented sense of humor. Here’s the deal: We had a big family dinner. Everybody came over. One of my mom’s…

Movies you should watch this holiday season

Probably the best thing about the holidays, besides the encouraged gluttony and general homey feeling, is this idea that we seem to have that because the temperature outside has dropped…

How to (not) over-eat in the holiday season

Folks, it’s that time of year again. The time of year that people seem to interpret as fair game to get fat, which is obviously the worst thing a person…

iPhone 6 living up to student expectations

At last, the iPhone 6 has made its arrival, sweeping through the hallways of Carmel High—and just in time for the holiday season. The larger display, faster processor, better camera…

Striking film explains ‘everything’ about Stephen Hawking

Not many people can say they have been photographed as a baby with Stephen Hawking. When CHS junior Ari Freedman was only one month old, however, just such a a…

Andres Enriquez Defensive Player of the Year

Many students play sports here at CHS, and fewer play them at the varsity level, but only one student holds the title of MVP. Named the 2014 Defensive Player of…