Tag Archives: Connor Suess

Election process underway in Iowa, New Hampshire

Iowa voters officially kicked off the presidential selection process Feb. 1 by caucusing to decide who should represent their political party. The process continued on Tuesday when New Hampshire voters…

Frogs and rats and alpacas, oh my!

Pup is up? Certainly there is more to Carmel High School students than academics and athletics. Peel back the onion layers to uncover the wacky companions in students’ homes. Aside…

Pop culture vs. current events

Fifty CHS juniors and senior were interviewed and asked each of these 10 questions. Five related to popular culture and five pertained to current events. This graph compares how seniors…

Hi-tech drones quickly becoming soaring technology

Imagine it: Christmas is just days away, and those oven mitts you bought for grandma won’t arrive in time. The roads and malls stagnate with last minute shoppers and holiday…

Crime surges during holiday season

Carmel is hardly the small city crime capital of our fine nation. We trick-or-treat without incident. We leave our doors unlocked. We rarely doubt our Safeway parking lot safety. Yet…

Carmel prepares for predicted deluge

Forecasted heavy rainfall is spurring residents to action in order to avoid a repeat of previous flood damage. Laura Wells, a Mission Fields resident, recalls the heavy flooding of 1995…

Saudi Human Rights Council selection hypocritical

The United Nations is coming under fire for handing Saudi Arabia a key human rights role, even though the country has one of the worst human rights records in the…

Junipero Serra canonized, sparking controversy

Last month, Pope Francis made the historic decision to canonize Junipero Serra, a local historical figure, sparking controversy within the Roman Catholic Church community. In 1769, Father Serra established his…

Outside the Box: Political rogues surge in polls

Thinking outside the box? This may be your year! On both sides of the political aisle, non-politicians and underdogs are surging in the polls. These outspoken and often extreme representatives…