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Success of Family House’s toiletry drive dwindles

By: JULIA SUDOL This Club Saves Lives, a philanthropic club at Carmel High School, hosted Family House’s second toiletry drive during the two weeks before October break, though its success…

Fancy trends and unconventional habits of CHS teens

By: JULIA SUDOL Many of us Carmel High School students have lived in this small town of tourist shops, wine tasting and all-things Clint Eastwood for our whole lives, and…

Loneliness remains area of concern among teens locally and nationally

By: JULIA SUDOL “Cross the line if sometimes you feel lonely on campus,” motivational speaker Freddie Silveria said during Breaking Down the Walls, a day-long event Aug. 30 at Carmel…

Your go-to guide for October coziness

By: JULIA SUDOL   The first long break of the school year is finally here, and for those of you not going away for the week of Oct. 9-13, here’s…

Hacking this Life Part 1

By: JULIA SUDOL Ketchup Lover? This one’s for you! The next time you find yourself at any burger joint where you must pump out the ketchup into the tiniest paper…

About Dr. Curtis Smith

By: JULIA SUDOL Dr. Curtis Smith is Carmel High School’s new Honors Physics and Honors Chemistry teacher, with 24 years of experience and a background in teaching all around the…

Cyclebar hosts Big Sur fundraiser, raises $850 for community

Members of the Carmel community began their morning workout on Aug. 6 at CycleBar, peddling their way through the fundraising class which raised $850 to aid the community in Big…

Thomas launches ‘Saviors’ on the App store

CHS sophomore Skylar Thomas, CEO of Troublemaker Technologies, recently launched his app “Saviors” on the App Store. “‘Saviors’ is a game that was built to promote animal activism and social…

Artistic YACsters grow in number, in skill

As many CHS students go home to practice or rehearsal after school, sophomore Paige Hartley, as well as a handful of other students, goes to Youth Arts Collective in Monterey…

YES! Program designed to reduce student stress

Oliver Fredericksen is anything but the average teenage boy. He is a growing artist, aspiring to create his own company in order to spread a simple message: “Anything is possible.”…