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Annika Nambiar’s Gold Award teaches the Carlmont Community about Human Trafficking

Annika Nambiar’s Gold Award teaches the Carlmont Community about Human Trafficking

Lizzy Hall, Segment Producer

September 26, 2018


Filed under ScotCenter, ScotCenter: News

On September 20, 2018 Annika Nambiar presented her Girl Scout Gold Award to the Carlmont Community. Her gold award was about human trafficking and she brought in various speakers to discuss her topic.

AP Psychology students inspect human brains

AP Psychology students inspect human brains

Charlie McBrian, Staff Writer

January 12, 2018


Filed under Campus

Last Thursday, AP Psychology students were treated to a presentation in which they got to see a two recently deceased human brains. The minds behind this presentation were juniors Maya Schwartz and Evelyn Gordi. "The whole experience was surreal," Gordi said. The idea to bring in brains started...

Animal rights are not human rights

Animal rights are not human rights

Jordan Hanlon, Staff Writer

September 5, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Animals are now allowed to vote. Animals are now allowed to own land. Animals can now attend public school! On Sept. 2, thousands of vegans in central London protested against animal oppression and are attempting to fight Parliament in order for animals to have the same rights as humans. The object...

Eat like a civilized human when on dates

Eat like a civilized human when on dates

Veronika Dvorakova, Art Director/Columnist

March 22, 2015


Filed under A Dash of Sass, Opinion

Concealing the fact that some of my table manners resemble those of a caveman is a concern that is on the forefront of my mind whenever I eat in public. Especially when I'm on a date. It is unlikely that potential love interests would want to kiss the mouth that still has lingering bits of sauce...

Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking

Ivy Nguyen, Staff Writer

January 30, 2014


Filed under Multimedia

The fight against human trafficking

The fight against human trafficking

Miranda Irwin, Staff Writer

November 20, 2013


Filed under Campus

Human trafficking is an issue that is continually growing around the world that forces people to complete laborious tasks. Carlmont’s Freedom Fighters Club was formed this school year in order to bring awareness of human trafficking to the school and community. The Freedom Fighters Club associate ...

Human Interaction

Human Interaction

May 1, 2011


Filed under Campus

This article is inspired by an experience I had just moments ago. I turned to the boy beside me on the library computer and asked, in the most friendly way possible, "What should I write my blog about?" Silence. He didn't even look me in the eyes. It was as if I hadn't even said it at all. Which led ...

Human Nature

March 14, 2011


Filed under Campus

It takes a blind wolf To slay a righteous lamb; Innocence and ignorance aside, Time can abide For a worldwide divide And collision of pride. In stride, We guide ourselves to decide Whether to see to the light Or reside In self hatred and scorn. While our nations lay torn And our families...

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