Tag Archives: Ellah Foster

The frequently ignored aspects of Planned Parenthood

By: ELLAH FOSTER Amid the everlasting controversy surrounding Planned Parenthood’s various contraceptive services, there are many other benefits that tend to go unnoticed by anti-abortion protestors. For many years, Planned…

Paranormal activity on the Haunterey Peninsula

By: ELLAH FOSTER When reflecting upon the well-known attributes of the Monterey Bay Peninsula, one might jump to the tourism, rich history, or even…ghosts? There are many historic locations along…

About Shelley Grahl

By: ELLAH FOSTER English teacher Shelley Grahl wants to spend her first year at Carmel High School trying to convey her love for literature to the young adults entering her…

State fitness test leaves student-athletes unable to pass

Every spring, the Physical Fitness Test is issued to all freshmen by the state of California to determine whether they pass their Physical Education class. However, some Carmel High students…

Women’s rights increasingly threatened under Trump

There have always been disagreements about a woman’s place in American culture. With the rise of President Donald Trump, more conservative extremists are being given not only power, but a…

Cali Roots music festival en route for eighth annual event

The Monterey Fairgrounds is preparing for big crowds in a weekend full of reggae during the California Roots festival, a reggae music and arts festival scheduled for Memorial Day weekend,…

Alison Eastwood guides Southern California foundation to rescue animals

Alison Eastwood has spent the last five years dedicating her time to rescuing dogs and cats from high-kill shelters and placing them into adoption or no-kill housing. She originally began…

Online alcohol education course receives mixed reviews

AlcoholEdu, an online course to teach students about the consequences and risks of underage drinking, has received both positive and negative reactions from members of the Carmel High School community….

Tourists’ footprints affect environment in Big Sur

As Big Sur approaches 3 to 4 million tourists annually, according to the visitor’s bureau website, residents continue to vocalize their concerns regarding the environmental degradation of the land. Kathleen…

Transition to high school may cause girls to rethink athletics

As a freshman girl in athletics, it can be difficult to overcome possible social standards that come along with playing in high school versus middle school. “There is a huge…