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“Marvelous”: A look back on Marvin Biasotti’s legacy

Stacked in boxes outside the principal’s office, senior class posters from the ‘70s tell tales of CHS history. They are evidence of the administration’s imminent move to a new building,…

A “Fanntastic” guy: spending time with Gabe Fann

“I just find stuff I like, and then I do it.” On April 19, I spent an afternoon hanging out with senior Gabe Fann. As we walked to his apartment,…

CHS student receives kidney from mom for transplant

The day was April 3, 2014, in St. Louis, CHS junior Andrew Hagood knew this was the day that he was going to get a kidney transplant…and his mom was…

Super search names finalist Scott Laurence

  The CUSD school board has narrowed the candidates for its superintendent search down to finalist Scott Laurence, who is currently superintendent of San Mateo Union High School District. Out…

K-9 busts spark campus-wide debate on drug abuse

For most students, it’s a mere inconvenience when campus supervisors bar them from going to their cars. But there is something unmistakably serious about on-campus car searches—just as the K-9…

Awareness shines a light on suicide’s prevalence

During the 2015 Academy Awards, Dana Perry won the Oscar for Best Documentary Short Subject and shocked the audience when she dedicated the win to her son Evan, whom she…

18-year-old responsibility form a mixed blessing

Many CHS students wish that they could leave school at any time when they get bored. However, they don’t want their parents to have to come sign them out of…

Carmel’s poetry culture, opportunities in full form

In a spectacular showdown of spoken creativity, Carmel sophomores annually participate in something unique in high schools: a grade-level poetry slam. Started in 2011 by Dale DePalatis to help his…