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‘Free solo’ captivates audiences with astonishing real-world footage

‘Free solo’ captivates audiences with astonishing real-world footage

Molly Donaldson, Staff Writer

November 5, 2018


Filed under Reviews, Top News

Between its stunning cinematography and nerve-wracking storyline, the movie ‘Free Solo’ takes viewers’ breath away. Not only does the documentary feature awe-inspiring camera shots of Yosemite and its climbers, but also provokes a suffocating yet thrilling sense of stress within the audience. T...

Cap and gown pickups prepare seniors for graduation

Cap and gown pickups prepare seniors for graduation

Parker English, Staff Writer

May 20, 2018


Filed under Campus

Graduation is one of the most important moments in every student's high school experience. Walking across a stage in front of parents and friends to receive a diploma, a process marking the next step in one's life, should always be remembered. Every high school graduation has one thing in common:...

New weight room open during zero period

New weight room open during zero period

Parker English, Staff Writer

January 22, 2018


Filed under Campus

The Carlmont weight room first opened to all students during zero period on Jan. 10, the first day of the second semester. This change will give students complete access to the new room and the high-quality equipment that Carlmont acquired last October. The $150,000 worth of new equipment was paid...

Canceled ‘Free Speech Week’ sparks conversation

Canceled ‘Free Speech Week’ sparks conversation

Mona Murhamer, Staff Writer

September 24, 2017


Filed under News

Another weekend in Berkeley, another protest. On Sept. 24, a short talk by British free speech advocate Milo Yiannopoulos sparked a day-long conversation between conservatives and liberals on various issues. Yiannopoulos, a former Breitbart editor, was originally scheduled to speak at Sproul ...

Sophomores enjoy a free welcome-back treat

Sophomores enjoy a free welcome-back treat

Sharon Tulman, Staff Writer

April 24, 2017


Filed under Campus

As students stroll onto campus after a full week of break, they already begin counting down the days until summer. On Monday, April 17, the ASB sophomore class officers decided to welcome back the class of 2019 with a treat. Hoping to boost students' energy on campus, sophomore Vice President Kyle Dimick s...

The off season: trades, free agents, and trades

The off season: trades, free agents, and trades

Bijan Khalili, Sports Columnist

March 11, 2015


Filed under Sports Talk

The end of the 2014-15 NFL season led to the start of off season transactions. Several shockers took place already, such as LeSean McCoy. The Philadelphia Eagles traded away McCoy to the Buffalo Bills in return for linebacker Kiko Alonso. There is no other explanation for the trade other...

San Francisco mayor plans to bring back free Sunday parking

San Francisco mayor plans to bring back free Sunday parking

Alex Yang, Staff Writer

January 15, 2014


Filed under News

Finding an affordable parking spot in San Francisco can always be a challenge. San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is planning to bring back free Sunday parking to the city. San Francisco started charging for Sunday street parking in the beginning of 2013, hoping to bring in $1.7 million annually to support Muni, th...

America: the land of the free and home of the disheartened?

America: the land of the free and home of the disheartened?

Shira Stein, Staff Writer

April 18, 2013


Filed under Boston, Opinion

It seems like every day that Americans hear about another crisis in this nation. One week, it was Hurricane Sandy. Another it was Boston. But what most Americans don't realize is that if we wallow in our sadness, nothing will change. These occurrences are terrible, that much is true, but we don't...

Free spirit gear for class of 2015

Free spirit gear for class of 2015

October 4, 2012


Filed under Campus

Sophomores looking for some protection from the sun are in luck this October. The sophomore class officers will be giving out free "Class of 2015" sunglasses during homecoming week to promote school spirit. Sophomore class officers James Pak, Amanda Breslaur, and Adam Cobb were happy to find e...

Summer of 2011: Fun, Fast, and Free

Summer of 2011: Fun, Fast, and Free

September 2, 2011


Filed under A&E

Summer was, like most summers, highly anticipated by the majority of students, as well as teachers, administration, and faculty members at Carlmont. Regardless of what everyone was doing - on vacation or just hanging out at home or with friends - "summer 2011 could be described as, in a word, fun,"...

Apple and Guitar Center partner up to provide free music producing classes

Apple and Guitar Center partner up to provide free music producing classes

May 15, 2011


Filed under Campus

Earlier this month, Apple established a partnership with Guitar Center stores to offer free music producing classes to the public. For those who are not familiar with computers to professionals, Guitar Center will host free GarageBand workshops every Saturday to teach people how to use Apple's software...

AT&T and Verizon offers free calls to Japan

AT&T and Verizon offers free calls to Japan

March 14, 2011


Filed under Campus

On Mar. 14, AT&T and Verizon Wireless announced they will allow all customers to call and text family and friends in Japan for free in March. Beginning Mar. 11, and continuing through Mar. 31, AT&T wireless customers will not be charged for international long distance phone calls and text messages...

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