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Opinion: Identity Politics is a Mess

Opinion: Identity Politics is a Mess

Joseph Gomez, Segment Producer

October 15, 2018


Filed under ScotCenter, ScotCenter: Features

Joseph Gomez analyzes the confusing uselessness of identity politics.

Model United Nations Club addresses international crises

Model United Nations Club addresses international crises

Francesca D'Urzo, Staff Writer

April 3, 2018


Filed under Campus

Within the four walls of room E1, Model United Nations Club strives to promote a diplomatic dialogue amongst Carlmont students in an accepting and unbiased environment through debate, discussion, legislative simulation, and advocacy. Model United Nations Club was started at Carlmont in 2016 by Clu...

Educational experience determines political beliefs

Educational experience determines political beliefs

Emma Romanowsky, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018


Filed under Features

The United States of America is rarely united. For much of America’s history, its political climate has been divided. And, according to Pew Research Center, the political gap in the United States is widening.   Environmental factors play a key role in shaping the beliefs that pull Americans ap...

Model United Nations offers an avenue to express political opinions

Model United Nations offers an avenue to express political opinions

Adrian Cunningham, Staff Writer

October 17, 2017


Filed under Campus

While many students talk about their days during lunch, some speak of the lack of civil liberties students in third world countries experience on a daily basis. These discussions are held by students attending Carlmont’s Model United Nations club. Model United Nations, or Model UN for short, is a club founded b...

Americans should embrace political gridlock

Americans should embrace political gridlock

Alexander Derhacobian, Staff Writer

May 7, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Political gridlock has become as synonymous with American culture as Coca-Cola, fast food, and apple pie. While one of the most detested facets of America’s political climate, gridlock is a cornerstone of the United States’ history of liberty and democracy. The origins of American gridlock date back t...

Evolving interface of Fashion Week bridges gap between designer and consumer

Evolving interface of Fashion Week bridges gap between designer and consumer

Avery Adams

February 22, 2017


Filed under Opinion

From New York to London and Milan to Paris, Fashion Week 2017 is well underway across the globe. Traditionally, Fashion Week presents only the most luxurious designers exclusively to the eyes of highbrow fashion editors: a process well out of reach from the general masses. One who seeks a coveted tic...

Rep. Jackie Speier addresses political concerns

Rep. Jackie Speier addresses political concerns

Sam Hosmer, Staff Writer

February 13, 2017


Filed under News

“Truth and Justice for All,” “Resist and Persist,” and “We Support Jackie” were just some of the signs carried into the auditorium of Lowell High School on Feb.11 at the "Conversation about America" event featuring Rep. Jackie Speier. The event, organized by the Lowell PTSA, aimed to provide reside...

Trump victory unveils Republican silent majority

Trump victory unveils Republican silent majority

Justin Som, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016


Filed under News, Top News

Holding their breaths, with stomachs clenched, many Clinton supporters turned away from the polling results. Florida had just been lost to Donald Trump, and as far as the Clinton campaign was concerned, they had already given up. The streamers and balloons at the hopeful victory party were packed...

Political turmoil accompanies presidential elections in Egypt

Political turmoil accompanies presidential elections in Egypt

Tracy Chu, Staff Writer

May 6, 2014


Filed under News

Egypt’s presidential candidate Abdul Fattah al-Sisi promised that the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt “will no longer exist” if he is to be elected. In an interview with press, Sisi expressed his plans to get rid of the organization if he were to win the election. According to BBC News, Sis...

MUN: The epitome of teen political involvement

MUN: The epitome of teen political involvement

Danielle Hamer

March 5, 2014


Filed under Top News

To many high school students, the world of politics can seem intimidating and difficult to understand, but for the members of the Model United Nations club, opportunities to immerse themselves in the world of politics through conferences, discussions, and government involved decision making run rampant. The...

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