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Hope Brigade Club prepares for upcoming projects

Hope Brigade Club prepares for upcoming projects

Jessica Klein, Staff Writer

December 1, 2018


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Over 15,000 children are diagnosed with cancer every year, and the Hope Brigade Club is dedicated to reaching out and helping as many of those patients as possible. Every Friday, students come to room D7 for relaxing games and rewarding opportunities to help cancer patients in need. Members play ...

Hope Brigade Club brings cheer to UCSF with holiday toy drive

Hope Brigade Club brings cheer to UCSF with holiday toy drive

Mikayla Nguyen, Staff Writer

December 1, 2018


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December, a cold winter season full of joy, giving, and many religious and cultural holidays including Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Christmas. While many children and teenagers around the globe associate this time of year with gifts, some are not accustomed to that luxury for various reasons. That is why the Hope Brigade Club collects toys to donate to ki...

Changing Lives Club strives to encourage education

Changing Lives Club strives to encourage education

Alison Kim, Staff Writer

November 25, 2018


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Most students in privileged areas would not give a second thought about having an education, and some even take it for granted. For some children, this is not the case. Basic education aid has raised 13 percent between 2015 and 2016, according to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cul...

The great Carlmont Baking Club cooks up a storm

The great Carlmont Baking Club cooks up a storm

Nyah Dompier-Norrbom, Staff Writer

November 25, 2018


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Baking Club is a place to share new ideas, try different recipes, and hang out while watching cooking or baking shows. William Nadan and Jade Margolis, both seniors, have been running the club for three years now. They see large groups of students coming in and meeting others with the same interest:...

Russian Unity Club executives work to break stereotypes

Russian Unity Club executives work to break stereotypes

Ava Richards, Staff Writer

November 7, 2018


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The introduction of the Russian Unity Club (RUC) this year has created a welcoming environment for students of Russian heritage. Ethan Torban and Misha Shkolnik, the freshmen co-presidents, began work on this club early in the school year. Their main goal is to create a place that allows students...

Interact Club provides members with volunteer opportunities

Interact Club provides members with volunteer opportunities

Nihal Karim, Staff Writer

November 7, 2018


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For Interact Club, volunteering in the community and meeting new people go hand in hand. The club leaders encourage service work, while also emphasizing the importance of giving back to the community. “We are a community service club,” said TJ Rodriguez, a junior and one of the vice presidents....

Changing Lives Club works towards helping others

Changing Lives Club works towards helping others

Emma O'Connor, Staff Writer

October 27, 2018


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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the volunteer rate for U.S. citizens was approximately 25 percent in 2015, thus the majority of people don’t spend their time helping others in need. Changing Lives Club aspires to challenge this statistic, as they use the resources available to them and ...

Guitar Club strikes a chord within members

Guitar Club strikes a chord within members

Kim Brodersen, Student Writer

October 25, 2018


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Students join Guitar Club to learn about music and jam. What they will find is a musical family. Guitar Club was originally founded six years ago, but it dissolved for three years when all of the members at the time graduated. Sophomores Jacob Berg and Erik Cramer didn’t even know about the old...

Kozy Kids Club has kids in hospitals covered

Kozy Kids Club has kids in hospitals covered

Elle Brough, Staff Writer

October 24, 2018


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When walking into C12 at lunch on first and third Fridays, one will see groups of students gathered around tables, tying colorful fabric together. This is the Kozy Kids club, run by Talia Fine and Brandon Gee. Fine, the president of the club, started it in her sophomore year due to personal experien...

Sock Club strives to get on their feet

Sock Club strives to get on their feet

Kevin Shimizu, Staff Writer

October 10, 2018


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A new addition to Carlmont's long list of clubs, Sock Club, is facing growing pains. As the 2018-19 school year begins, clubs start their usual activities. Whether it be going out to participate in events or simply meeting up on a weekly basis, club members are always actively participating. However,...

J-Pop club brings Japanese culture to Carlmont

J-Pop club brings Japanese culture to Carlmont

Andrey Zaytsev, Staff Writer

May 29, 2018


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The Japanese culture is one that may interest many, and J-Pop club is the perfect club to learn about the many aspects of their culture, ranging from animation to traditions. Meeting in room E7 every Thursday, J-Pop club features a variety of members, all interested in the culture of Japan. In addit...

Classic Films club provides students with entertainment

Classic Films club provides students with entertainment

Aaron Trierweiler, Staff writer

May 20, 2018


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Students gather in room A1 for the 47 minutes of lunch, the projector is turned on, a movie is selected, and the show begins. Classic Films club screens movies during lunch filled with mystery, heroism, and sometimes even romance. There are no specific genres that are preferred; movies are randomly...

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