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JV volleyball achieves first-place standing with strong victory

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Carlmont Scots conquer the Hillsdale Knights

October 10, 2019

The Carlmont girls freshman volleyball team defeated Hillsdale in a quick two-set victory. The Scots played on Oct. 8 at their home court. They started the game with an...

Scots slay the Knights in close battle

October 9, 2019

Carlmont girls JV volleyball team encountered a head-to-head clash with the Hillsdale Knights, triumphant only due to their sudden surge of spirit.  The Scots started...

Boys JV water polo gets washed out by Menlo-Atherton

October 8, 2019

The boys JV water polo team lost 11-3 to the Menlo-Atherton Bears in just under 45 minutes. In just four quarters, Menlo-Atherton was able to find their groove and takedown...

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Camp Fire continues to influence PG&E’s power shutoff policy

Recent News Stories

Tech companies connect with the community through Hacktoberfest

October 17, 2019

Large technology companies are seeking to connect to the local community through Hacktoberfest, which aims to involve more company and community programmers in open software...

Thousands indulge in FoodieLand’s Night Market

October 10, 2019

Music, lights, and delicious smells lured thousands into FoodieLand's Night Market.  From Oct. 4 to Oct. 6, FoodieLand held its third event of this year at Golden Gate...

The Chocolate Festival is too sweet to ignore

October 10, 2019

What better way to start October than with the way it's going to end? With too much chocolate. This year marks the 37th annual Chocolate Festival, a fundraiser hosted by...

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Hidden support at Carlmont

Recent Features Stories

Hobby or sport?

October 15, 2019

The world of sports is being revolutionized.  For the American sports fan, there is now the decision between watching a videogame tournament and a World Series game. For...

Save the Music 2019

October 8, 2019

Not a single student at Carlmont knows a world without music class at school; it was simply a part of their elementary school careers. Fourth and fifth grade meant music...

Climate justice now, homework later

October 3, 2019

“Climate justice, now!” chanted hordes of young protesters marching in the streets of San Francisco.  Thousands of people, from toddlers to senior citizens, kicked...

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Opinion: Maturity is an illusion

Opinion: Maturity is an illusion

October 13, 2019

When you turn 18, a switch flips. Congratulations! Society has labeled you an adult, granting you the title every child dreams of. But what's the cost of that switch? Being mature means being responsible. It's...

Thousands indulge in FoodieLand’s Night Market

Thousands indulge in FoodieLand’s Night Market

October 10, 2019

Music, lights, and delicious smells lured thousands into FoodieLand's Night Market.  From Oct. 4 to Oct. 6, FoodieLand held its third event of this year at Golden Gate Fields. The event featured over 100 food...

Pumpkin spice dominates over other fall flavors

Pumpkin spice dominates over other fall flavors

October 9, 2019

Pumpkin spice season is not just a trend; it's a lifestyle. With the holiday season approaching, many Americans are getting ready to celebrate Halloween and Thanksgiving. The pumpkin seed dates back roughly...

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