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Interfaith potluck brings unity to main religious clubs

Interfaith potluck brings unity to main religious clubs

Elle Brough, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018


Filed under Campus

Brightly colored cupcakes and the promise of food and games drew students to the interfaith potluck hosted by Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Fellowship Clubs. The presidents of the three main religious clubs at Carlmont encouraged students to meet others with beliefs similar or different than their o...

Christian Club celebrates faith and sense of community

Christian Club celebrates faith and sense of community

Cameron Garcia Brown, Staff Writer

March 8, 2017


Filed under Campus

If someone is looking to express how they feel, make some new friends, or just be in a safe space to hang out, the Christian Club has open arms to the public even if someone does not believe in Christianity or God. Juniors Kalea Pasion, Drake Zhao, and Kiran Boone all hold different roles as club of...

Schools need to minimize religious conflicts

Schools need to minimize religious conflicts

Alyssa Fagel, Staff Writer

September 9, 2015


Filed under Editorials, Top News

To what extent should secular public schools accommodate the diverse religious faiths of their students?  This is the heated question Carlmont High School now faces. This year, not one, but two major Carlmont events fall on important Jewish holidays. The annual Welcome Back Assembly, a favorite of ma...

Religious tolerance goes multiple ways

Shira Stein, Staff Writer

January 25, 2013


Filed under As seen in print, Features

“Did you see that Jew nose?” “Did you hear that she goes to church every Sunday?” “Mormons have more than one spouse and that’s weird.” “Don’t all Buddhists have shaved heads and wear robes?” “Don’t you know that Atheists worship Satan?” “Did you know that all Muslims are...

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