Boys varsity soccer entered their Central Coast Section (CCS) game against the Homestead Mustangs on Wednesday night with a lack of motivation.
The game started off with both teams strong and anxious to aim for the goal. About 10 minutes into the first half, a handball was marked against Carlmont,... READ MORE »»
Boys varsity soccer falls to homestead with a loss of 5-0.
Engraved in the Temple of Apollo were these words: "know thyself."
And that was exactly what 15-year-old Thaleia sought, in the novel, "Night of Pan" by Gail Strickland.
Strickland held a workshop at the Belmont Library on Feb. 23, introducing her new novel, the first of the Oracle of Delphi trilogy.
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Author Gail Strickland inspires readers through her new novel, "Night of Pan."
ISIS, the terrorist group that has claimed responsibility for attacks such as the Charlie Hebdo massacre and a recent assault on a United States military base, has fallen into the sightline of Egypt.
Egypt sent airstrikes to Libya after a massacre of more than 20 Egyptian Christians was committed... READ MORE »»
Citizens in Berlin join together in a fight against ISIS like many countries in the world.
Since the Medieval Ages, only the bravest of them all challenged the king.
Coastal Bay Area residents should be high alert around the waterfront this week due to king tides predicted to last until Thursday, Feb. 19.
Meteorologist Roger Gass with the National Weather Service in Monterey claims that... READ MORE »»
Coastal areas are to expect king tides until Thursday.
The Leadership One class was able to make many students smile this week.
U-Hall, C-Hall, and D-Hall bathroom mirrors were covered with bright blue, yellow, and pink sticky-notes.
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While some students wait four years to get acceptance letters from colleges, there are some who get accepted a year early.
Junior Rebecca Medina is one of the few students in Carlmont High School committed to graduating... Read More »