Tag Archives: Ari Freedman

Fungus among us: Mushrooms sprout on campus

“When it rains, it spores,” is a common saying amongst mycologists (the scientific term for mushroom lovers). And while this mushroom season has reached a lull due to a lack…

‘Imitation Game’ decrypts Alan Turing’s enigmatic career

Most people and history textbooks attribute the Allies’ victory in WWII to their superior firepower. However, few people recognize that their victory actually rested on one man cracking one code….

Testing schedule helps students manage their time

All too frequently, students find themselves suddenly swamped with tests on one day—a common phenomenon that can lead to some serious crunching the night before. This is why, unbeknownst to…

CHS campus hosts wide variety of bird species

Amidst this overdeveloped world, one may still find gems of nature interspersed throughout our daily lives, even at our own little school. When people hear the word bird, images of…

Wholesome granola raises money for hunger

Carmel High has become the first high school to directly participate with This Bar Saves Lives, an organization that sells snack bars to fund the fight against world hunger. Jess…

Singer-Songwriter’s Guild to release album of originals

The CHS Singer-Songwriters’ Guild will be releasing an album of original songs, which they hope to have completed by April or May 2014. The idea of producing a Singers-Songwriters’ album…

Super bowl raffle in its second year

CHS’ second annual Super Bowl raffle fundraiser is being held until Dec. 15, benefiting various CHS organizations. The raffle is more than just a Super Bowl raffle, though, as “there…

Philip Glass’ Days and Nights Festival celebrates music

What happens when you mix a modernistic piano virtuoso, a computer genius playing a host of exotic east-Asian instruments, a string quartet, a theoretical physicist, an abstract environmental moviemaker, two…

Objections

OBJECTION to the district’s policy of recklessly destroying vegetation. Not only are native shrubs and majestic Monterey pines torn up from the roots or denied their natural fruition, but the…

Synthetic turf field fresh start for CHS sports

The new CHS multiuse sports facility has been an overall success, with relatively few scheduling conflicts arising—despite some initial concerns that it wouldn’t be able to accommodate the wide array…