Tag Archives: Kylie Yeatman

Meatless diet, trend brings risks, benefits to teens

BY KYLIE YEATMAN As vegetarian and vegan diets have risen in the last five years—roughly one in eight Americans have reportedly tried the diet at some point, and an estimated…

Encourages by teachers, if not trends, female students pursuing STEM

BY KYLIE YEATMAN Walking into her second period AP Computer Science course, junior Kelly Wong sits in a class taken by only three girls. On a national level, Wong is…

Fall Out Boy fuses pop-punk with their flagship sound on ‘Mania’

  BY KYLIE YEATMAN Bordering on the pop-punk appeal and clever lyricism that helped them gain momentum over a decade ago while simultaneously venturing closer to the punching, more synthesized…

Educators prefer teaching to passion over locking alignment

BY KYLIE YEATMAN One course, two different teachers, two different teaching styles…and an identical pass rate. In AP Literature, one of the most difficult courses at Carmel High School, this…

Ubiquitous internet leads to spikes in teenage depression

BY KYLIE YEATMAN “My phone has become my prime source of happiness,” reveals a CHS junior, reflecting on how her smartphone has had an effect not only on her relationship…

Taylor Swift embraces her ‘reputation’ with new album

BY KYLIE YEATMAN Approximately one year after the highly publicized reveal by reality star Kim Kardashian-West that Taylor Swift had lied about her knowledge of a controversial lyric written by…

Student-teacher social media interactions lead to gray areas

By: KYLIE YEATMAN Developing relationships with teachers is essential for students to not only enjoy their classroom experiences, but to potentially create a bond with the subject in question that…

The definite guide to sushi on the Monterey Bay

By: BECCA GOREN & KYLIE YEATMAN Life on the coast often guarantees you many things: scenic views of the ocean, sunsets on the beach and—perhaps most important of all—a wide selection…

About Yesel Von Ruden

By: Kylie Yeatman For any freshman or sophomore student looking for guidance, a class schedule change or just somebody to talk to, Carmel High School’s newest academic counselor Yesel Von…

In-class political bias leads to some disagreement over its appropriateness

On Nov. 10, 2016, Mountain View history teacher Frank Navarro found himself being asked to leave the school after a parent sent the school an email expressing their concerns over…