Kings' Courier

Ready Player One

Ready Player One

Jordan Henry, Freshman

May 17, 2018


Filed under Opinion

   Imagine that it’s 2045. The world is in chaos and destruction. The depletion of fossil fuels has generated a worldwide energy crisis, leaving people stranded, not to mention how the rise in population can't be supported by its resources and surroundings. Wars are everywhere, and there is no...

Ball State Trip Puts Lewis Cass In Perspective

Ball State Trip Puts Lewis Cass In Perspective

Kaleb Lewellen, Sophomore Writer

May 9, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Being a part of the journalism class, I have always thought of journalism team as just my other friends and classmates. I never thought twice about getting closer with them, hanging out with them, or getting to know them better in general. I had always assumed that all of the other journalism classes...

My Parents: My Best Friends

My Parents: My Best Friends

Ashli Key, Junior Writer

May 2, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

To my two everlasting best friends, Wow, where has time gone? Life seems to be flying by as if yesterday I were a little girl; however, now I have one more year and my life begins without you guys being by my side.  When I was little, I never realized why people always said to treat your parents ...

Death is a friend

Death is a friend

Delanie Deeter, Senior Writer

May 1, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Losing a loved one takes a soul on a whirlwind quest of unknown fate. For most people can agree, the loss of a parent can change a child’s perspective on life. My father is my hero, my knight in shining armor, my best-friend. My father is a significant mentor in my life. In the novel, Jane Eyre, Jane l...

Elf-Land Left Behind

Elf-Land Left Behind

Madilyn Hoff, Senior Editor

April 25, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinion

English novelists and poet Charlotte Brontë said it best when she stated, “It is by you instructions alone that man or woman can ever find a safe track through life’s wilds; without it, how they stumble, how they stray!”   At eighteen we’re just a premature adult getting a taste of th...

My Work Experiences

Kelsey Wise, Junior Writer

April 23, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

Why did I want a job? Why do I work at age 17 when I have my whole life to work? I get asked those two questions all the time by friends and family. I do understand that I am a teenager and that a teenager isn’t supposed to stress so much and have the burden of work on their hands. Work, however, ...

An Open Letter to the Girl With A Broken Heart

An Open Letter to the Girl With A Broken Heart

Ashli Key, Junior Writer

April 17, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Dear Beautiful Girl, I know you feel as if your world is falling apart. I know you’re at a loss of words because nothing you say or think will take this pain away. I know you feel as if you lost the one person you could count on being there for you. I know how it feels and I’m sorry. I’m sor...

Should We Keep Libraries?

Should We Keep Libraries?

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

April 16, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

As technology improves, many people have quit using local libraries. Many would rather sit at home reading off a cellular device than to go check out a book at the library. Some ask if we should even continue to have libraries. I believe libraries have a positive impact on communities, and we should c...

The Truth About Gun Control

The Truth About Gun Control

Kaleb Lewellen, Sophomore Writer

April 16, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Safety is and has always been a driving priority among many people whether it be highly advanced scientific minds, or the common, everyday person. Many of us see our safety as the first priority. This is closely followed by the safety of those we love. Throughout history, violence has been evidently pre...

No Regrets

Kace Kitchel, Senior Writer

April 13, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Opinion Article, Opinion

As I have known for a while now, my senior year will be an ending to so many adventures. One of these experiences was one that had only just begun… tennis. I did not play throughout high school to play tennis my senior year. Once my final year at Cass had begun, it became clearer each day that I won’t...

School Uniforms: Self-Expression or Bullying?

School Uniforms: Self-Expression or Bullying?

Ashli Key, Junior Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under Opinion

When anyone brings up this issue about school uniforms, she doesn’t know the correct answer. Anyone can understand that some schools have uniforms and some follow a dress code. Many different views get thrown around, but none of them are wrong. After I have considered both sides, I agree with each of them, b...

Should Immigrants be U.S. Citizens?

Should Immigrants be U.S. Citizens?

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under Opinion

The topic of immigration is one of the most controversial subjects today in America. The two sides, supporting and disliking illegal immigrants, has grown stronger over the past few years due to Donald Trump’s ideas and opinions. I personally believe that immigration has caused our nation to become...

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