Monthly Archives: September 2015

Students celebrate Fowler’s legacy

“Fow-ler! Fow-ler! Fow-ler!” The cheers rang from the amphitheater in California’s Great America theme park. The Carmel Middle School concert band, orchestra and jazz ensemble had just received first place…

Field use conflicts could be solved with lights

Since last spring, there have been changes in Carmel High School’s computer science department with the addition of the yearlong course of Computer Science Principles-Mobile and the omission of the…

Computer science adds new class

Since last spring, there have been changes in Carmel High School’s computer science department with the addition of the yearlong course of Computer Science Principles-Mobile and the omission of the…

Teachers of two schools

Each morning, science teacher Darrell Steely bikes to work from his Pacific Grove home. When he arrives at Carmel Middle School, however, his commute for the day is far from…

Former Padre kicker makes CHS history

Andrew Franks made history in week one of the National Football League’s regular season when he became the first Carmel High School and first Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute graduate to play…

Focus monopolizes Carmel fundraising

Pay School Fees of $50. Friends of Carmel Unified Schools is putting the emphasis on fun in its latest fundraising venture by developing a Carmel-inspired board game based off of…

Should theaters implement security for peace of mind?

Movies are the medium through which people escape from the real world, so to what extent should the fantasy world be protected from the cold world that greets audiences with…

Outside the Box: Political rogues surge in polls

Thinking outside the box? This may be your year! On both sides of the political aisle, non-politicians and underdogs are surging in the polls. These outspoken and often extreme representatives…

Juniors race for scarce parking spots

With only 15 spots available for juniors in the main parking lot, the junior parking situation is extremely competitive for students who don’t want to park by the baseball field…

Princeton Review gets eliminated from CHS

Every year, more than 3 million high school students line up at designated testing centers to take either the American College Test or the Scholastic Aptitude Test, better known as…