Monthly Archives: December 2015

Whipping cookies into shape for the holiday season

The holiday season is rapidly approaching, and with it comes the winter world of baking and preparation for Santa’s hungry arrival. But who says cookies can’t be a little healthy…

Student ranking likely to vanish from transcripts

As many students may have noticed, in Aeries Gradebook they are given a number that ranks them in relation to the GPAs of the rest of their classmates. This ranking…

Talented teachers strum banjos and heartstrings in local band

We all know the staff of Carmel High is exceptionally talented, especially in the realm of music, but what some of you may not have known is the extent to…

Crime surges during holiday season

Carmel is hardly the small city crime capital of our fine nation. We trick-or-treat without incident. We leave our doors unlocked. We rarely doubt our Safeway parking lot safety. Yet…

CUSD becomes first national Ocean Guardian district

On Nov. 12 Congressman Sam Farr honored Carmel Unified School District at Carmel Middle School as the first National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Ocean Guardian school district in the nation. What…

CHS mock trial strikes back at Empire Competition

During late November, the Carmel High School mock trial team dominated at the Empire Competition in San Francisco, an international tournament of 22 teams, where Carmel took second place. Both…

CHSF $100K scholarship challenge deadline imminent

The deadline for the $100,000 Carmel High School Foundation matching challenge is fast approaching, but so far, the foundation is far from its goal. After the CHSF approached an anonymous…

Anti-terrorism efforts keep Monterey County safe

Home to the Defense Language Institute, the Presidio of Monterey, the Naval Postgraduate School and the Monterey Regional Airport, Monterey, Calif., has been listed among other cities in the state…

Carmel holds inaugural Thirst Project Gala

CHS participated in the Thirst Project, the World’s Leading Youth Water Activism Organization, for the first time Nov. 10 with the mission to end the water crisis and prepare the…

University of Missouri incident starts college racism cycle

On Mar. 7, 2015, a video of some college fraternity students went viral. In the video, the students are heard singing a chant to the tune of “If You‘re Happy…