Tag Archives: Delaney King

Focus monopolizes Carmel fundraising

Pay School Fees of $50. Friends of Carmel Unified Schools is putting the emphasis on fun in its latest fundraising venture by developing a Carmel-inspired board game based off of…

Should theaters implement security for peace of mind?

Movies are the medium through which people escape from the real world, so to what extent should the fantasy world be protected from the cold world that greets audiences with…

Summer homework policy reminder surprises teachers

A photo of an empty beach and the words “Who Killed Summer Vacation?” grace the cover of Time Magazine’s June issue, capturing the sentiment that summer is now for homework…

Climb into the new skin of Maycomb

Acclaimed author Harper Lee is well known for her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” which was her only published work until the lost manuscript “Go Set a Watchman”…

Sober grad made more mysterious with surprise venue

For more than 20 years, the parents of Carmel High’s graduating class have put an exclusive all-night, senior-only event on graduation to keep students safe on what is statistically one…

Marvel misses the mark with ‘Age of Ultron’

“Avengers: Age of Ultron” is the newest film in a long line of Marvel’s mission to transfer classic comic books to the big screen. Despite a few bumps in the…

‘Cinderella’ casts enchanting spell on viewers

One of the most-beloved fairy tales, “Cinderella,” has been bippity-boppitily brought to the big screen in the over-the-top, yet heart-warming, manner signature to only Disney. If you have just arrived…

Attempting to beat the 35 min. lunch-time crunch

  When CHS students need to flee campus for a mental-health break during lunch, each trip is a race against the clock—provided students care about attendance. There are a number…

Vaccination exemptions nationwide debate

An outbreak of measles in southern California has ignited a nationwide debate over whether parents should have the choice to vaccinate—or not vaccinate—their children. Diseases which had been essentially eradicated…

Not OK: Is America’s past too bleak for Oklahoma?

Last year, more than 460,000 students took the AP United States History exam in the U.S., but new course standards introduced by the College Board have led to Oklahoma legislators…