Tag Archives: Daniel Orlov

1:1 initiative successful, but changes under way

In recent years, countless technological changes have taken place at Carmel Unified, but the most promising development yet came in 2013 with the development and expansion of the 1:1 computer-to-student…

Two stars for Wale’s “The Album About Nothing”

Despite months of social media buildup and worldwide hype, Wale’s fourth studio album—titled, aptly enough, “The Album About Nothing”—proved to be one of the Washington D.C. soul rapper’s lowest-caliber works…

Fantastic flora and fauna found in your p

The Central Coast of California is world-famous for its unique natural beauty: dramatic oceanside cliffs, golden rolling hills, pristine redwood forests and a diverse marine sanctuary that encompasses gigantic kelp…

Religious diversity proves extensive on campus

The Monterey Peninsula is dotted with places of worship. There is plenty of religious diversity in the local community, and many of those churchgoers attend Carmel High School. Though CHS…

Drake album lyrically average, but saved by the beat

With a surprise social media release and an extremely polarized reception, the cleverly named 17-track mixtape “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” is the latest production from Toronto’s very…

CUSD enforces secure web experience for students

All CHS students with wireless Internet access and a laptop, some 850 young Padres, have probably stumbled upon an impassable blue page that notifies that Carmel Unified School District’s web…

Padre remains worthy mascot despite criticism

Why the unnecessary commotion? Why change the mascot? Padre Bob. Padre Pride. From the printing press to a vocal announcement, there is something unique and comforting (to a CHS fellow)…

Rediscovering local spots for non-tourists

Looking for something to do this weekend? Carmel and its surroundings have plenty of opportunities for relaxation and fun. If the Lone Cypress and Bixby Bridge are too mainstream, and…

Annual music festivals attract CHS students

With masses of CHS students flocking to music festivals and venues across the state of California, there’s no doubt that Carmel High has a dedicated concert-going crowd. Costs for weekend…

Obama takes executive action on immigration

With a 40 percent approval rating, there’s no doubt Obama will leave the Oval Office with some wrinkles in his tie. It’s hard to argue that his six years as…