Monthly Archives: January 2015

Annual music festivals attract CHS students

With masses of CHS students flocking to music festivals and venues across the state of California, there’s no doubt that Carmel High has a dedicated concert-going crowd. Costs for weekend…

‘Museum’ says goodbye to Robin Williams

“Night at the Museum” movies have been around since 2006, and the most recent movie, “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb,” opened on Christmas day. The plot of…

Audiences wish for more from ‘Into the Woods’

The Tony Award-Winning musical “Into the Woods” has been successful in its transfer from Broadway to the big screen with an entertaining cast and intriguing storyline, though admittedly losing some…

New year’s music: A guide to upcoming releases

Some of the most highly anticipated releases of 2015 seem to have a morbid slant. On Jan. 9, Panda Bear, a founding member of the experimental pop group Animal Collective…

Track undergoes third coaching change in three years

After several false starts and the departure of head coach Shawn Parker, Carmel High’s track team hopes to make a strong return for the 2015 season, with longtime coaches Tom…

Football tops list of serious high school sports injuries

Thirty to forty million children and teens participate in organized sports every year, the American Academy of Pediatrics reports. What’s surprising, however, is that millions of these student athletes are…

Whittaker shoots Padres to 5-0 start in MTAL

A scholar-athlete, junior Holly Whittaker excels in her work, and does so with pride. As a three-year varsity player on the girls’ basketball team, she has been nothing less than…