Monthly Archives: October 2015

Craig Johnston inducted into Cal Poly Hall of Fame

“Now watch Craig Johnston throw on the dead run here. He’s sprinting out to his right, he keeps moving…he throws that ball with perfect timing.” Play-by-play, the announcer’s voice rings…

Team pHine Scale Invited to D.C. after recent success

As a result of their recent success with the Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE, a competition to create the most precise pH sensor to help record ocean acidification, Team pHFine…

Foundation challenges community to match $100K

An in-state college education costs, on average, $18,943 for one year, and the average yearly cost of a four-year private college is $42,419 according to a recent study by the…

Carmel Beach bonfires go down in flame

Bonfire controversy on Carmel Beach is old news. Although the Carmel City Council plans for fire pits on Carmel Beach were finalized last May, none of the 26 proposed rings…

Appeal of air conditioning not cooling at CHS

Within the first months of school, the rising temperatures inside the warm classrooms of Carmel High School have become a distraction to student learning and teacher teaching. Despite the average…

New counselor Ms. Capano ready for Carmel High

Meet Lauren Capano, the new Carmel High student support counselor that hopes to make an impact at Carmel High School. “Hopefully, I will be able to help,” Capano says. “I’m…

Highly anticipated In-N-Out breaks ground

Loosen your belts and open your wallets because In-N-Out has finally broken ground on the highly anticipated Seaside restaurant after five years of moving in and out of state and…

Promises of El Niño rains may fall through

California is currently in the fourth year of its most severe drought on record, as water levels continue to drop dangerously fast and the promise of El Niño’s torrential rains…

Junipero Serra canonized, sparking controversy

Last month, Pope Francis made the historic decision to canonize Junipero Serra, a local historical figure, sparking controversy within the Roman Catholic Church community. In 1769, Father Serra established his…

Padres gain educational experiences overseas

“If you keep your mind open,” 2015 Carmel High graduate Bryce Bishop says, “foreign exchange can teach you more than you will learn in the entirety of your high school…