Monthly Archives: December 2016

Junioritis: Students pursue three-year graduation plan

On ASB President Teejan Saddy’s first day of her third year of high school, she walked into her counselor’s office a junior and walked out a senior, and she isn’t…

Trump’s election comes with foreseen backlash

Due to President-elect Donald Trump’s controversial statements about abortion, gun control, immigration and various other topics, the recent election of Trump as the nation’s next president has proven to be…

Community gives St. Nick a break

This is the 13th year Monterey Regional Fire District firefighters are hosting an event for families and children in Kinship Center programs to come have lunch, watch a video on…

2016: It’s just a prank, bro!

2016 has been a fun. Honestly, it has been a heck of a year. Since it is December and the year is winding down, let’s take a walk down memory…

Padre basketball teams get coaching overhaul

As the Carmel basketball teams gear up, both girls and boys are under the leadership of new coaches. At the end of last season, girls’ coach Tom Dooner and boys’…

Transition to high school may cause girls to rethink athletics

As a freshman girl in athletics, it can be difficult to overcome possible social standards that come along with playing in high school versus middle school. “There is a huge…

Students share holiday traditions and cheer

As warm weather gives way to the cold, leaves start to fall off trees, shorts turn into jeans, and knit beanies reign over sunglasses, the onset of winter has begun,…

Chemistry: an area to watch for both CHS soccer teams

When asked to name the integral part of a great team, every person will give a different answer: Some will say hard work, some will say talent, some will say…

Krayniy puts musical dreams into play at young age

It is lunch, and while everyone is rushing out of their classrooms, eager to rendezvous with friends, one student lurks behind, sliding into the music room alone to light up…

No one’s clamming up about this chowder phenomenon

A tourist steps foot onto the Fisherman’s Wharf in Monterey. The first things he sees are the candy stores and the gift shops. A little bit further and he’s reached…