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Mechanical engineer teaches students about clean energy

Mechanical engineer teaches students about clean energy

Alexander English, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018

A mechanical engineer from Tesla Solar visited Carlmont on Feb. 9 to teach students the benefits of clean energy and how Tesla is making a difference in the green industry. The speaker's name was Richie Rasor and he is currently working for Tesla Inc. in their Engineering Management division. In Rasor's pre...

A clean campus promotes positive attitudes

A clean campus promotes positive attitudes

Ryan Franaszek, Staff Writer

March 19, 2017

Throwing away trash is not the top priority for every student. However, by eliminating the trash, students can make the campus look much cleaner and increase positivity throughout the community. “I am happier with a clean campus because there is no disgusting mold,” said Charles Hong, a sophomore. Unfortunately,...

Clean beaches make happy people

Clean beaches make happy people

Mia Hogan, Staff Writer

September 20, 2013

Every third week of Sept. each year, volunteers statewide spend three hours cleaning up beaches, waterways, and lakes. This event is part of the International Coastal Cleanup, organized by the Ocean Conservancy, the largest volunteer event on the planet. Sophomore Jasmine Davidson said, “The once a ye...

Carlmont in need of clean up

April 18, 2012

Just a glance at our campus will make one realize that Carlmont has a big problem. With our litter-filled halls and lack of available recycling options, it seems Carlmont is becoming less and less eco-friendly by the day. “It is pathetic,demoralizing, and discouraging,” explained French teacher...

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