Monthly Archives: September 2017

In-class political bias leads to some disagreement over its appropriateness

On Nov. 10, 2016, Mountain View history teacher Frank Navarro found himself being asked to leave the school after a parent sent the school an email expressing their concerns over…

Returning home, CHS students recount their adventures abroad

Last school year, three CHS sophomore girls—Azul Gabrielson, Nelly Kohlgruber and Stella Robertson—individually went abroad to France and Germany and are now back as juniors in the United States. While…

Carmel Valley High School welcomes CHS’ staff members to team

As a result of opened positions and visions of a high school consistent with their own, three of Carmel High School’s previous staff members—Brenda Buran, Jeff Schatz and Tom Parry—transferred…

College and career counselors sound off on application season: CHS experts recommend research, diligence and flexibility

The time has come for Carmel High School seniors to start thinking about college; however, there is still hope for those who put off college research until now. Starting the…

Cyclebar hosts Big Sur fundraiser, raises $850 for community

Members of the Carmel community began their morning workout on Aug. 6 at CycleBar, peddling their way through the fundraising class which raised $850 to aid the community in Big…

State fitness test leaves student-athletes unable to pass

Every spring, the Physical Fitness Test is issued to all freshmen by the state of California to determine whether they pass their Physical Education class. However, some Carmel High students…

Queen of the Stone Age album has landed, but can it live up to the hype?

The latest release from rock band Queens of the Stone Age, entitled “Villains,” promises to be “honestly the best album ever,” and boy does it deliver on its promise. The…

Shift in CHS musical ‘Spamalot’ alleviates drama for performing arts

Unlike the past seven musical productions performed at CHS, this year’s “Spamalot,” a musical version of “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” is set to open the last weekend of…

Carmel’s hidden gem Il Grillo serves organic, homemade pasta

In downtown Carmel, a ways up from  the busy streets and chaos, lies a unique little Italian restaurant with a quaint outside seating area serving all organic food and making…