Tag Archives: Anna Gumberg

Former CHS student charged with second-degree murder

Former Carmel High School student John Lane was charged with second-degree murder, armed criminal action and first-degree burglary on Feb. 3, according to the Kansas City Star. On Nov. 27…

The drought days are over with above-average precipitation

For the past five years, California has been in a record-breaking drought, but with well-above average precipitation this winter, the dark days appear to be over…for the most part. In…

CUSD announces finalist for superintendent position

The Carmel Unified School District announced selecting Dr. Barbara Dill-Varga as the sole finalist for the CUSD superintendent position, in a press release on Jan. 18. Since the middle of…

Stadium lights would reap financial, social, scheduling benefits

Despite popular demand and the numerous benefits it would reap, the Carmel High School athletic field still doesn’t have stadium lights. “I don’t know of any negatives that would come…

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…

Campus litter issue, student indifference escalates

It’s 1:14 on a Tuesday in the Carmel High School amphitheater. Lunch has just ended, and all the students have cleared out to class. The amphitheater has not been returned…

Roadside restaurant offers quiet setting, loud character

Forty minutes south of Carmel is a quaint, modern cafe-style restaurant by the name of the Big Sur Roadhouse, a picturesque destination for a tasty meal in a relaxed and…

Counseling dept. implements more strategic model

This fall, the Carmel High School counseling department has experienced a complete transformation to increase access to college and career counseling for students starting at a younger age. Counselors Darren…

Increased class sizes lead to struggles, adjustments

It’s no secret that the population of Carmel High School is growing. The class of 2013 had 163 students, while the class of 2020—comprised of the current freshmen—has 240 students,…

Terms of service contain unpredictable wildcards

In 2004, a software company called PC Pitstop promised to award $1,000 to the first user who read their entire terms of service. One man actually read the terms of…