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Croissants hauled in for French club fundraiser during finals

Croissants hauled in for French club fundraiser during finals

December 15, 2011


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Each year, Carlmont's French club has its annual croissant sale near the quad in the mornings, passing period, and after school for students that need a quick snack for dead week and finals. "We have been doing this for years. It has become a tradition for French club to sell croissants to subsidize...

Chess Club

December 10, 2011


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Are you the slow and steady person who wins the race? If so, Michael Skrable's chess club is perfect for you. When most people hear chess, they are automatically turned away because of how uncool people feel it is. "Chess is definitely not for nerds" explained president and freshman, Nick Hsu. Nick,...

Chem Club

Chem Club

November 19, 2011


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Do you enjoy experimenting with chemicals? How about explosions and crazy experiments? Maybe you just love Mr. Guzman.  Whichever it is, the Chemistry Club would be perfect for you. Felix Guzman, a current AS and AP chemistry teacher and advisor to the chemistry club explains, “AP chemistry...

Club fair draws crowd

Club fair draws crowd

September 23, 2011


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[media-credit id=48 align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit] The halls and classrooms where empty at lunch last Thursday as students of all grades flocked to the highly anticipated Club’s Fair.  With great food, entertainment, and even a fighting robot, it is not surprising that almost all of the 2,000 plus ...

Video Interview: Ukulele Club

Video Interview: Ukulele Club

September 27, 2010


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Steven Tsujisaka's interview with Max McBride and Luke Li, two of the five co-founders of the Carlmont Ukulele Club. ...

A bright beginning for the Ukulele Club

A bright beginning for the Ukulele Club

September 24, 2010


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[media-credit id=5 align="alignleft" width="225"][/media-credit] For those who are not familiar with ukuleles, they are a smaller version of a guitar with only four strings. Ukuleles are rising in popularity at Carlmont, which led Shawn Geronimo, a sophomore, to create an official Carlmont Ukulele club...

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