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Carys Luther

Carys Luther, Editor

Favorite Part of Staff: As Co-Editor-in-Chief, my favorite parts of staff include editing, designing spread layouts, and leading staff discussions.

Favorite Part of Klein Oak: The build-your-own sandwich line and the salad bar.

Clubs and Activities: Varsity rowing, varsity choir, Fiesta 4 Hope officer, Quill and Scroll.

Words to Live By: "What, like it's hard?" - Elle Woods, Legally Blonde.

Favorite Things: People who don't get mad at me for being late, trail mix, "Did you get home safe?" messages, secret passageways, Lindt chocolate, card games, and the raspberry Arizona tea.

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Fashion Marketing and Advertising teacher Brenda Sims shares two meaningful tattoos with her daughter.  [The picture] shows the tattoo my daughter and I got together when my mother passed away. My mother had very distinctive and pretty handwriting, so we pulled out cards she had given us over the years and discovered that on my cards, she always signed them ‘Love you dearly,’ and my daughters were always signed ‘Love you more,’ so that is exactly what we had tattooed on our forearms in her handwriting. Every time we see it we remember how much we love her and how much she loved us.”

Got Ink?

Carys Luther, Editor
January 27, 2023
Buried Sept. 19, the Queen rests in the King George VI Memorial Chapel in St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.

Long Lived the Queen

Carys Luther, Editor
October 5, 2022
 Alongside senior Katie Shell,  College and Career Counselor Jennifer Shock masterfully navigates the University of Texas application. “Mrs. Shock is a wonderful addition to Klein Oak’s staff,” Shell said. “I’ve been able to speak with her about my college resume and she was so helpful and kind. If you ever have any questions regarding the college process, Mrs. Shock is always in close touch and is a great person to seek guidance from.”

Shock-ing Help

Carys Luther, Editor
September 8, 2022
Blood drive volunteers hand out snacks to blood donors in the small gym. Blood donors 16-years-old and over with a parent permission slip are able to donate blood at the school.

Give Blood, Save Lives

Carys Luther, Co-Editor-In-Chief
January 18, 2022
Donda vs. CLB

Donda vs. CLB

Carys Luther, Editor
October 24, 2021
Senior and president of the Young Womens Leadership club Anna Belle Bryant leads the first meeting.

[Photo] Women in Power

Feyi Adebajo, Staff Reporter
October 24, 2021
Hard at work, sophomore Gwyneth Gonzalez gets used to student life on campus.

Back to Business

Carys Luther, Editor
September 9, 2021
New Yorkers rejoice in the streets, celebrating an upcoming year of progress. For some, the best parts of the festivities aren’t the exciting parties and gatherings. “My favorite part is probably the money or the food. We mainly celebrate to wish for a good upcoming year,” sophomore Jacklyn Vo said.

An Ox-citing New Year

Carys Luther, Staff Reporter
March 21, 2021
SZA’s last album came out three and a half years ago, but she’s only growing in popularity. “Im not completely sure, but I think SZA might be releasing new music soon,” sophomore Benjamin Lovelace said. “She released two singles recently, so I hope that means there will be an album soon. Id be super excited if she did, I need something new from her.”

An Upbeat 2021

Carys Luther, Staff Reporter
February 26, 2021
Senior Kenna Hendry stands in left field, ready to make the perfect play should the ball come to her. “This year was my first time playing fall ball for high school,” Hendry said. “It was a good preview of what is to come, not just from our team, but from the teams we are going to play this season. There were ups and downs, but it’s always fun to be out playing softball with your high school teammates.” Many players continued their sport last fall to prepare for this spring.

There’s No Plate Like Home

Carys Luther, Staff Reporter
January 28, 2021

The Giving Season

Carys Luther, Staff Reporter
December 17, 2020
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