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Jewish club makes mighty comeback

Jewish club makes mighty comeback

Danielle Hamer

January 24, 2014


Filed under Campus

It’s no secret that Carlmont students are diverse- in terms of religion, culture, background, and nationality. From Persian Club to Christian Club, there are many clubs on campus that reflect this. Now, the Jewish club is in development, with aspirations to celebrate Judaism and educate about Jewish...

Anticipation building in Robotics Club

Anticipation building in Robotics Club

Claire Porter, Staff Writer

December 11, 2013


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The Robotics Club is gearing up for build season. Team 100 is a robotics team comprised of students from three schools-- Carlmont, Woodside, and Sequoia High Schools. Originally a Woodside club started back in 1995, the club has expanded to 43 members in total, only six of which are girls. Ju...

Feminist club spreads Christmas cheer to Costa Rica

Feminist club spreads Christmas cheer to Costa Rica

Miranda Irwin, Staff Writer

December 10, 2013


Filed under Campus

Carlmont’s Feminist Club works together to empower women and promote equal rights between genders. Feminist club not only tries to spread equality and comfort to girls at school, but also around the world. This holiday season, members of the club wrote Christmas cards to girls and workers in a saf...

The Christian club prepares for a season of giving

The Christian club prepares for a season of giving

Taran Sun, Staff Writer

December 9, 2013


Filed under Campus

A community for Christians and a way to grow closer to God: Christian club is the group of individuals who embody these goals, seeking to bring them to life on the Carlmont campus. Christian club meets weekly to take part in Bible discussion and plan community volunteer work in order to create a close...

Barn Dancing Club brings country culture to Carlmont

Barn Dancing Club brings country culture to Carlmont

November 20, 2013


Filed under Campus

A new and unique club has been added to Carlmont’s expanding list of dancing clubs. The Barn Dancing Club, started by senior Carolyn Donohoe, is not the typical high school club. Instead of having the majority of club activity held at their meetings, the real action is held at Pie Ranch in Pescader...

Key Club members help out the community

Key Club members help out the community

Miranda Irwin, Staff Writer

November 5, 2013


Filed under Campus, Top News

Key Club is an international student-led organization which is associated with Kiwanis International. In the club, students all around the world are presented with opportunities to provide service in their communities as well as globally. Key Club was started at Sacramento High School in 1925. The aim ...

Fight Club illustrates society’s shortcomings since 1999

Fight Club illustrates society’s shortcomings since 1999

Lizzy Doctorov, Staff Writer

September 29, 2013


Filed under A&E

“Fight Club” is a movie to get you thinking about what happens in society’s basements where anything goes. In this film, an everyday office worker (Edward Norton) suffering from insomnia meets a seemingly ordinary man, Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt), and befriends him. When the main character gets to...

A club for environmentalists: Green Youth Alliance takes the initiative

A club for environmentalists: Green Youth Alliance takes the initiative

Claire Porter, Staff Writer

September 25, 2013


Filed under Campus

From coastal clean-ups to being the driving force behind Belmont’s styrofoam and plastic bag ban, Carlmont’s Green Youth Alliance takes big steps concerning our environment. Senior and GYA President Gabby D’Souza explained that the club originated at Aragon, and Joe Pak, a current Harvard senior, ...

Feminist Club tackles worldwide sexual inequality

Feminist Club tackles worldwide sexual inequality

Taran Sun, Staff Writer

September 18, 2013


Filed under Campus

The Feminist Club was eager to launch into discussion about issues concerning women's rights in room E3 on Sept. 16. The Feminist Club meets every Monday for the purpose of shedding light on various issues related to sexual inequality, and coming up with and sharing ideas on how students can become invo...

The scoop on the Chipotle Club

The scoop on the Chipotle Club

Karissa Tom, Staff Writer

October 24, 2012


Filed under Campus

The Chipotle Club is a new club at Carlmont that brings together the Chipotle lovers of the school. It features the food from the popular restaurant, Chipotle. The founders, Brandon Magpayo, James “JT” Snider, and Alex Smith, decided to start the club one day after fourth period when they were...

Club provides students with opportunity to learn about Japanese culture

Club provides students with opportunity to learn about Japanese culture

Isabella Paragas, Staff Writer

May 2, 2012


Filed under Campus

[media-credit name="Created by Crushart on DeviantArt" align="aligncenter" width="200"][/media-credit]The J-Pop Culture Club was started this year by President Denise Chan and Vice President Kayla Chun. The purpose of the club is to spread their enthusiasm and love for the Japanese pop-culture in all aspects. "We are basica...

CSF Club: Recognizing those with the grades

Isabella Paragas, Staff Writer

March 14, 2012


Filed under Campus

Many students at Carlmont get good grades, but never get recognition for their hard work. The CSF (California Scholarship Federation) Club is giving all students who earn these scores their well-deserved appreciation since the 1980s. "I think it is really important for students to be involved in...

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