Monthly Archives: February 2016

Carmel River courses with wildlife and resources

It’s winter in Carmel Valley, and water flow in the Carmel River is high and fast. With this year’s heavy rains, the drought-afflicted river should be recovering, and so should…

Valentine’s Day commerce high-value industry

Though most people could not explain the history of Valentine’s Day, they sure are quick to spend money on it. And for what? Simply because people think that spending money…

How to celebrate Valentine’s Day single

Seeing couples together on Feb. 14 can make single people even more bitter than they already are. One way to make Valentine’s Day even more depressing when you’re single is…

Popular Carmel Restaurants

A list of five popular Carmel restaurants was created based on information from students. The five restaurants represented all different types of food and environments, ranging from r.g. burgers to…

Hollywood stars on peninsula for newest HBO series

Hollywood stars, Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon began filming the new HBO miniseries, “Big Little Lies” in late January 2016 with scenes taking place in nearby locations including Carmel Highlands,…

Frogs and rats and alpacas, oh my!

Pup is up? Certainly there is more to Carmel High School students than academics and athletics. Peel back the onion layers to uncover the wacky companions in students’ homes. Aside…

The facial hair stylings of CHS

For some students high school is a time of growth—great facial hair growth, that is. While some seniors still have faces as smooth as a baby’s bottom, a handful of…

“Kung Fu Panda 3” carries its own weight

“The weight is over,” now that “Kung Fu Panda 3,” the third installment of one of the most successful animated franchises, has kicked and punched its way to theaters, delighting…

Carmel basketball teams compete for MTAL titles

The Carmel High girls’ and the boys’ basketball teams are fighting their way to MTAL champions with the girls (10-1 in MTAL, 14-6 overall) tied for first with Stevenson, and…

Lacrosse coaching dilemmas resolve with no time to spare

Spring sports have just begun, and for most it is usually a smooth transition. But for CHS lacrosse, which entered the season without coaches, the hiring of varsity coach Pierce…