Tag Archives: Jacob Waters

Exploring restaurant options around the peninsula

When you live on the Monterey Peninsula, good, cheap food is hard to find. So unless you want to eat at McDonald’s and live with your own undulating thunder-thighs, something…

California drought affects variety of locals

California now faces the largest drought since it became a state, according to Paul Rodgers with Mercury News. Locals face the consequences. “I’ve grown up helping my dad manage water…

How does the U.S. education system measure up to China’s?

The United States education system is in a state of crisis. You don’t have to look far to see the U.S. sinking far below other education systems.

Rumors of California testing demise premature

After California originally planned to skip state testing this year, a federal mandate threatening cuts to educational funding required California to administer a standardized test on English and math for…

Should Internet pirates really walk the plank?

Does it seem realistic that an iPod is capable of incurring up to $8 billion of copyright infringement fines? In 1999, copyright laws were passed that put a $150,000 value…

CHS students run, jump and dodge for charity

Carmel High School will be holding the second Family Day for Charity event Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the football field.

MySchool upgrades cause various tech difficulties

The summer’s major upgrade to Moodle, the CHS website, from version 1.9 to 2.5 has caused ripples school-wide as students, teachers and the techies alike relearn how to use MySchool.