Tag Archives: Delaney King

Model U.N. members prepare to solve world problems

Does coming up with ways to eliminate poverty and disease, stop environmental destruction and keep peace throughout the world sound like a daunting task? The students of Carmel High’s Model…

Students take plunge as volunteers at Aquarium

As some students were at the beach or having a Netflix marathon last summer, sophomore Anna Bransford, among other Carmel students, spent her vacation at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, learning…

‘Frozen’ breaks away from classic princess films

While at first I thought Disney’s newest animated feature, “Frozen,” would be skating on thin ice because of the push for yet another princess movie, in the end the story…

Are school violence incidents becoming an epidemic?

In the past several weeks there have been multiple occurrences involving students carrying weapons to school, and in some cases harming others, which has prompted me to wonder if school…

Dan Brown’s novel ‘Inferno’ is closer to lukewarm

Best-selling author Dan Brown’s newest book “Inferno” was recently released, and the storyline of the fourth book in the Robert Langdon series turns out to be just interesting enough to…

Freshman songwriter begins musical tradition in English class

      Freshman Delaney Watts not only sings, plays the guitar and writes her own songs, but each day she begins her second period English class by pulling out…