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Cultural minorities haunt during Halloween

Cultural minorities haunt during Halloween

November 3, 2019

Children are skipping down the street, dressed up as skeletons, witches, and ghosts. Bright smiles are disguised by their face paint; jack-o-lantern-shaped baskets are dangling in their h...

Anniversary of the Loma Prieta jolts earthquake concerns

Anniversary of the Loma Prieta jolts earthquake concerns

October 31, 2019

In 1989, the Loma Prieta earthquake rattled the Bay Area, causing $6 billion in damage, 3,757 injuries, and 63 deaths.  The anniversary of this earthquake marks the most destructive earthquake in Cali...

Opinion: Kanye’s ‘Jesus Is King’ is perfect

Opinion: Kanye’s ‘Jesus Is King’ is perfect

October 29, 2019

Let’s get this straight: Kanye doesn’t care what you think. He probably doesn’t care what anybody thinks. In fact, this attitude is most likely the reason you love him, or the...

Event policy enforcements spook Eucalyptus Street residents

Event policy enforcements spook Eucalyptus Street residents

October 28, 2019

The San Carlos City Council has chosen to enforce public event policies towards the Halloween celebration on Eucalyptus Street, according to a city letter sent to Eucalyptus Street residents on Sept. 13. Th...

Silicon Valley Pride Drag Brunch delivers a lesson on unity with a scary twist

Silicon Valley Pride Drag Brunch delivers a lesson on unity with a scary twist

October 21, 2019

The San Jose drag brunches hosted by Silicon Valley Pride (SVP) provide a safe space to learn about the LGBTQ community while being entertained by talented drag queens. He...

Hidden support at Carlmont

Hidden support at Carlmont

October 17, 2019

Most students know her as the woman at the front desk helping with the bus schedule or locker difficulties. But to 18 Carlmont students, she is so much more.  Terri Plack ...

Tech companies connect with the community through Hacktoberfest

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 practices....

Hobby or sport?

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 t...

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...

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 F...

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...

Type 1 Club educates about more than blood sugar

Type 1 Club educates about more than blood sugar

October 1, 2019

Living with Type 1 diabetes can often be isolating and is not understood by many. Carlmont’s Type 1 Club is trying to end this stigma by supporting students and teaching others. ...

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