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
Filed under Bios, Campus, Staff Bios

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... Read more »

The rebirth of Sadie Hawkins

The rebirth of Sadie Hawkins

Andrew Cross, Staff Writer
March 12, 2015
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We live in a society that is accustomed to the boy asking the girl to the dances. The Sadie Hawkins dance will change all of that for students. The Sadie Hawkins dance is on March 20. in Carlmont's main gym. Students get to dress up in their favorite twin costume with their dates. "It is different... Read more »

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, Featured

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... Read more »

Rap Battle gains campus-wide attention

Rap Battle gains campus-wide attention

Lauren Tierney and Alyssa Espiritu
March 6, 2015
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Within the past month, Twitter has been bombarded with constant tweets, videos, pictures, and humorous memes about Carlmont's rap battles. On March 5, students gathered in the quad to watch the rap battle's final contestants, Dennis Zabluda and Erin Alonso, battle it out. The competition was created... Read more »

Embracing Polynesian culture in the Pacific Islander Club

Embracing Polynesian culture in the Pacific Islander Club

Ethan Wong, Staff Writer
March 5, 2015
Filed under Activity Bios, Bios, Featured

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... Read more »

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... Read more »

Explore your creativity in the Art Club

Explore your creativity in the Art Club

Lila Schulman, Staff Writer
February 28, 2015
Filed under Activity Bios, Bios, Featured

One doesn't have to be Pablo Picasso or Vincent Van Gogh to join Carlmont’s Art Club; the only requirement is to be interested in art. Art Club, run by art teacher Cynthia Hodges, is a great way for students to not only meet other people who are interested in art, but also to get active in the school,... Read more »

Chinese Culture Club presents Carlmont’s annual Chinese New Year festival

Chinese Culture Club presents Carlmont’s annual Chinese New Year festival

Ethan Wong, Staff Writer
February 24, 2015
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Three...two...one... "Gung-Hay Fat Choi," families cry out across the world as midnight arrives, bringing Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year is a major event in Chinese culture, and is celebrated by Chinese families across the world. This year Chinese New Year  occurred on Feb 18. Carlmont's... Read more »

Medina plans to pursue a college education a year early

Medina plans to pursue a college education a year early

Connie Yi, Staff Writer
February 19, 2015
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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 high school a year early. "I want to get out in the world more and experience... Read more »

Experience the Civil Rights Movement

Experience the Civil Rights Movement

Lila Schulman, Staff Writer
February 16, 2015
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Sojourn to the Past is "a seven day trip through Georgia and Alabama to see the sights of the Civil Rights Movement of the 50's and 60's,” said Carlmont’s Sojourn to the Past adviser and history teacher Karen Ramroth. Ramroth experienced this program in her junior year in high school. Students... Read more »

New spots opening in ASB

New spots opening in ASB

Brooke Buckley, Staff Writer
February 16, 2015
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Next year, ASB has decided to have two classes; an Executive Council and a Service Council to accommodate more student participation in leadership. The Executive Council consists of ASB class officers and is in charge of the school assemblies, dances, school spirit, lunchtime activities, finances,... Read more »

10 ways to stay fit throughout the school day

10 ways to stay fit throughout the school day

Danielle Hamer, Staff Writer
February 11, 2015
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It’s February, and students have a lot on their minds. There’s Valentines Day -- ah! love! romance! chocolate! There’s Presidents’ Day break -- thank you Presidents, for giving us a four-day weekend. We can’t wait to catch up on sleep. Also, thanks for governing our nation and all. There... Read more »