Monthly Archives: November 2017

Success of Family House’s toiletry drive dwindles

By: JULIA SUDOL This Club Saves Lives, a philanthropic club at Carmel High School, hosted Family House’s second toiletry drive during the two weeks before October break, though its success…

Pesticide regulations limit options to halt ant march

By: PRISICILLA CABALLERO Although Carmel High School’s ant infestation has become worse over the years, there are harmless alternatives on how to treat the problem. “All school sites are regulated…

Olivia Myers: A role model for everyone

By: NIKI PANAHIZADEH Her platinum blond hair drifts though the wind as she slowly walks through the hallways of Carmel High School and greets everyone with a smile. Senior Olivia…

Sexually active teenagers put themselves at risk due to apathy and negligence

By: BECCA GOREN “There was no question about it. I was going to do it, and I wasn’t going to tell my boyfriend. In fact, I wasn’t going to tell…

Young art talent draws upon inspiration to put pencil to paper

By: QUINN SPOONER After taking out his box of pencils and sketchbook, Salvador Perez added the finishing touches on his drawing: an old man holding a red-and-white rose, with a…

Honor groups: Opportunities for sharp musicians

`By: SOPHIA BURAGLIO Autumn is now in full swing, and that means one thing for musicians across California: audition season. Students have the opportunity to audition for various honor groups…

Carmel players unfazed by national anthem protests

By: IAN GEERTSEN Among the many controversies of 2017, one of the most prevalent, and possibly most surprising, is the national anthem protesting. What started with one player has turned…

Muck brothers competitively sail together in Monterey

By: JACK CORDELL Salty ocean water sprays the side of the ship’s hull while wind fills the Muck brothers’ sails, pushing them towards victory as they skip across Monterey waters…

Is it time that the Padre retires from its mascot duties?

By: JOYCE DOHERTY A padre is a Christian clergyman, especially of Spanish or Portuguese roots. Then why is it that at every sporting event chants of “Let’s go, Padres!” can…

Girls cancel Powderpuff dance after regulations enforced

By: ASHA JOHNSTON The feel-good CHS tradition of Powerduff, in which the junior and senior girls play football and the boys dance as cheerleaders, while both groups also participate in…