Tag Archives: Jessica Dilullo

Commemoration of teacher, linguist, scholar and friend

Anyone who knew Richard Nitsche knew that he had an incontestable love for learning. Nitsche, who was 79 when he died on Jan. 25 at his home in Marina, made…

Volleyball star plans for nursing career

When he’s not on the volleyball court demonstrating his athletic abilities, he’s on the sidelines taking care of injuries. CHS senior Tyler Boylan has been described as the “jack of…

From the small screen to live: video class on television

Ever wonder what it would be like to see your face on television? If you happen to end up in Carmel High’s weekly Friday Show, you might just see this…

89 percent of Carmel seniors say ‘Yes!’ to college

As the college application season kicks into high gear, the majority of seniors are working hard to fill out and submit their applications on time, while others plan alternate routes….

Senior pilot soars toward helicopter license

Looking down at the ground 1,000 feet below, the beams of light from the setting sun reflect off Monterey Bay’s stirring waters to create a scene unlike any other—John Fletcher,…

Padres adjust to temporary closure of gymnasium

As the school year at Carmel High School kicks off, everything seems to be running in full swing– except for the gym, one of the most essential buildings on campus….

Fresh Food Flourishes at Big Sur farmers market

Smiling faces, extravagant crafts and vibrant foods highlighted the grand opening of Big Sur’s very own farmers market on Nov. 22, marking the start of Big Sur residents’ access to…

Is social media a useful tool or a waste of time?

In a world overrun by technology, it is no wonder that people often find themselves feeling immersed in social media. According to a 2014 survey by Edison Research, the number…

Padres gain educational experiences overseas

“If you keep your mind open,” 2015 Carmel High graduate Bryce Bishop says, “foreign exchange can teach you more than you will learn in the entirety of your high school…

Juniors removed from crowded AP Psychology

The AP Psychology class here at Carmel High School is one of the most popular courses available to students. Sixty-four students this year were excited and ready to start learning,…