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Carlmont club advocates for animal rights

Carlmont club advocates for animal rights

Nicole del Cardayre, Staff Writer

September 17, 2015


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Over 100 people piled into room A-3 on Sept. 15 to support Carlmont's new and upcoming P.A.W Club. The club was expecting 50 people to attend their first meeting, however those expectations were exceeded with the tons of eager students ready to advocate for their passion for animals. "We were all...

Ralph Crame prepares to be Carlmont’s new principal

Ralph Crame prepares to be Carlmont’s new principal

Ivy Nguyen, Staff Writer

May 12, 2015


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Although Ralph Crame will not officially be Carlmont's new principal until July 1, he has been getting ready to take on the role and say goodbye to Lisa Gleaton, who will be stepping down as Carlmont's principal. Crame considers his time at Carlmont a part of the preparations that led him to this...

A bright soccer future

A bright soccer future

Hana Wong, Staff Writer

April 29, 2015


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How would you feel if even before you graduated high school, your college plans were practically planned out? Junior Kayla Fong, knows exactly how that feels. Last year, when Fong was a sophomore at Carlmont, she was recruited and had fully committed to play soccer at the University of California,...

Give back and volunteer at Hand ‘n Hand with the Belmont Library

Give back and volunteer at Hand ‘n Hand with the Belmont Library

Ethan Wong, Staff Writer

April 27, 2015


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The majority of the adults working at the Belmont library don't make a single penny there. These adults put in their own time to give back to the community, and Carlmont's Hand 'n Hand with the Belmont library club aims to help out at the Belmont library through their volunteer work. Founder...

An athletic triple threat

An athletic triple threat

Hana Wong, Staff Writer

April 15, 2015


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It's hard enough being a full time high school student, especially while playing an after school sport. But, imagine being a full time student while playing three different sports. Sophomore Megan Olazar is passionate about the three sports she has chosen to play before, during, and possibly after...

Skrenta pursues interests outside of swimming

Skrenta pursues interests outside of swimming

Naomi Asrir, Staff Writer

April 5, 2015


Filed under Bios, Student Bios

Many varsity athletes struggle with finding the time to explore hobbies outside of their sport. But for the select few who carve out a few minutes each day to pursue their passions, endless rewards abound. Sophomore David Skrenta is a varsity swimmer, soon-to-be-pilot, stock trader, and CEO and founder...

Ang’s longtime dedication to the violin

Ang’s longtime dedication to the violin

Hana Wong, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015


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Sophomore Siobhan Ang has been dedicated to playing the violin ever since she was 4 years old. "I started playing the violin because my parents told me to and because my brother was already playing it for a really long time," said Ang. Since she was in fourth grade, Ang has been enthusiastic about...

Crisis counselor Shelley Bustmante works to help students

Crisis counselor Shelley Bustmante works to help students

Ivy Nguyen, Staff Writer

March 24, 2015


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For many students, high school can present difficulties. Shelley Bustamante, Carlmont's crisis counselor and SOS coordinator, helps with these students' various problems, from things like school anxiety and friend troubles to sexual assault cases. Bustamante said, "Every day is different. Most of...

Andy Ramroth is a nerdy, sporty, lovey math teacher

Andy Ramroth is a nerdy, sporty, lovey math teacher

Ivy Nguyen, Staff Writer

March 13, 2015


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If there's someone who has all they want, that person might be Andy Ramroth, a geometry and AP Calculus BC teacher. He loves what he does, he helps others, and is happy with his life. Ramroth said, "I love being a teacher. It is the best job in the world, except for food testers and the people who...

The Muslim Fellowship Club makes a difference

The Muslim Fellowship Club makes a difference

Lila Schulman, Staff Writer

March 12, 2015


Filed under Activity Bios, Bios

Sometimes, one can become set in one’s ways and forget to be open minded; however, the Muslim Fellowship Club inspires Carlmont to be more accepting of different beliefs, cultures, and religions. At this time, the many conflicts in the Middle East have led some to come up with the conclusion about...

Embracing Polynesian culture in the Pacific Islander Club

Embracing Polynesian culture in the Pacific Islander Club

Ethan Wong, Staff Writer

March 5, 2015


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The Pacific Islander Club, also known as Polynesian Club, aims to promote Pacific Islander culture and become an environment where students can join and become part of the club's family. Senior Nicholas Reyes, Pacific Islander Club President said, "I grew up in a household that revolved around Polynesian...

First year DECA member places in top 8

First year DECA member places in top 8

Connie Yi, Staff Writer

March 4, 2015


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"Top 8 finalist for the Food Marketing Individual Series, from Carlmont Bo Yoon Lee." As a student who came back to America after three years of living in Korea, it was hard for sophomore Lee to adjust with the American customs. "I was born in Michigan and when I turned 5, I moved to Korea. My...

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