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Students receive free summer reading books

Students receive free summer reading books

Aliyah Wachob, Staff Writer
May 12, 2017
Filed under Campus

As the school year draws to a close, thoughts turn to lazy days in the pool and late nights with friends. However, with the approach of summer also comes the yearly summer reading book. After a school-wide vote held in February, the book “Every Day” by David Levithan has been chosen for Carlmon...

Belmont Library’s Jobs Fair gives students new opportunities

Belmont Library’s Jobs Fair gives students new opportunities

Nastasja Stahl, Staff Writer
May 5, 2017
Filed under News

It’s a bright spring day. The air smells of paper, laminated posters, and freshly wiped down tables. People pass through the library entrance and wait for the double doors to open to a new opportunity and experience for every teen in Belmont. As the doors open, a medley of booths await. The Jobs...

Belmont Library offers teen activities

Belmont Library offers teen activities

Juliana Rinaldi, Staff Writer
May 1, 2017
Filed under News

Whether it is through cooking classes, book clubs, or arts and crafts, the Belmont Library brings the people of Belmont together. Recently, the Belmont Library has held many events for teens to get actively involved within the community. Throughout the library, there are pamphlets with information on t...

Belmont Library welcomes teens with various activities

Belmont Library welcomes teens with various activities

Aliyah Wachob, Staff Writer
March 26, 2017
Filed under Campus

It’s 3:15 p.m.   Hundreds of students swarm down Alameda, and a significant number move towards the Belmont Library, which overlooks the busy street from its location. The Belmont Library is the main destination of many students after school. There are working areas, a café, and computers ...

Author Strickland visits Belmont Library to inspire readers

Author Strickland visits Belmont Library to inspire readers

Victor Li, Staff Writer
February 24, 2015
Filed under News, Top News

Engraved in the Temple of Apollo were these words: "know thyself." And that was exactly what 15-year-old Thaleia sought, in the novel, "Night of Pan" by Gail Strickland. Strickland held a workshop at the Belmont Library on Feb. 23, introducing her new novel, the first of the Oracle of Delphi trilogy. She...

Belmont Library hosts teen poetry contest

Belmont Library hosts teen poetry contest

April 18, 2012
Filed under Campus

[media-credit name="Flickr: Rubin 110" align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit] In honor of National Poetry Month, the Belmont Library will be holding their first poetry contest for high school and middle school students from April 1 to April 30. Teens can submit up to three original poems that are thirty lines or...

Anthony Horowitz comes to the Belmont Library

Anthony Horowitz comes to the Belmont Library

November 18, 2011
Filed under Campus

Yesterday evening, the Belmont Library hosted world-renowned author Anthony Horowitz from the UK talking about his newest novel, a Sherlock Holmes adventure, The House of Silk. The audience was a variety of ages ranging from school age children to World War II veterans and had some people coming from as far as New York. Horowitz was able to reach out to such a diverse gr...

Technology panel speaking at Belmont Library

Technology panel speaking at Belmont Library

October 4, 2011
Filed under Campus

Young professionals working for Google and Cisco will be coming to the Belmont Library on Saturday, Oct. 8 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM to discuss their the steps they took in order to work in the technology world as well as what occurs during a typical work day. Sisters Kristine Kuan and Katherine Kuan...

Belmont Library attracts Carlmont students after school

September 23, 2011
Filed under Campus

Located just a few minutes away from the Carlmont campus, the Belmont Library is a popular after school hangout spot for Carlmont students to enjoy a variety of engaging opportunities, ranging from finishing homework to participating in fun weekly activities. Students go to the library mainly for...

Library: Open for business

Library: Open for business

September 12, 2011
Filed under Campus

The Carlmont Library, after being used primarily for textbook distribution for the few weeks since school started, is finally returning to its regular schedule. During the beginning and end of the school year, as well as a relatively large chunk of summer, the library is dedicated to textbook distribution...

Author of ‘Possess’ coming to Belmont Library

Author of ‘Possess’ coming to Belmont Library

September 8, 2011
Filed under Campus

Gretchen McNeil will be coming to the Belmont Library on Tuesday, Sept. 13 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. to discuss her debut young adult horror/paranormal book, Possess. The book is centered around Bridget Liu, a fifteen-year-old girl who is trying to have a normal life when she lives among the para...

Library limits services as school year ends

May 19, 2011
Filed under Campus

As the 2011 school year comes to a close, students are not the only ones packing up and getting ready for summer vacation. The Carlmont librarians are working hard to make sure the library is in perfect shape before shutting it down for the long break. Because the library does not collect textbooks...

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