Monthly Archives: March 2016

Artistic YACsters grow in number, in skill

As many CHS students go home to practice or rehearsal after school, sophomore Paige Hartley, as well as a handful of other students, goes to Youth Arts Collective in Monterey…

Spring musical climbs the ladder to success

“How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying,” the upcoming CHS spring musical, will be the second to last show directed by retiring drama teacher Michael Jacobs, and as the…

‘The Life of Pablo’ makes for Yeezy listening

If “The Life of Pablo” holds any parallels to Picasso, the brilliant Spanish painter for whom the album is supposedly named, it is through its diverse style. Like an uncanny…

The Sheriff rides off into the sunset

Known by many as the guy with the big forehead from those god-awful Papa John’s commercials, NFL legend Peyton Manning has done it again. For the second, and final, time…

Redesigned SAT to echo aspects of popular ACT

Aaron is staying at a hotel that charges $99.95 per night plus tax for a room. A tax of 8 percent is applied to the room rate, and an additional…

CHS to make additions to math department for 2016-17

The Carmel High math department has been going through some major changes lately, such as the implementation of the Integrated Math sequence over the last few years, which is a…