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Drugs of the world

Drugs of the world

April 12, 2014

Waller travels the world

Waller travels the world

January 22, 2014

Jayson Julius Waller has been to all 50 states in the United States and to over 80 countries worldwide. Instead of getting clothes or the newest gadgets for their child, Waller’s par...

‘Thor: The Dark World’ provides audiences with awe-inspiring and uproarious scenes

‘Thor: The Dark World’ provides audiences with awe-inspiring and uproarious scenes

November 13, 2013

Thor (Chris Hemsworth) returns in “Thor: The Dark World,” a hilarious film with gorgeous views and amazing special effects. The Nine Realms are finally at peace thanks to ...

Carlmont’s own, Tupou impresses many across the world

Carlmont’s own, Tupou impresses many across the world

October 8, 2013

Senior Amelia Tupou manages to impresses many and blow her family away, from nearly 6,500 miles away. Tupou's father has lived in the Soloman Islands since 2009 and most recently...

Giants players invade the World Baseball Classic

April 2, 2013

Every October, American major league baseball teams battle it out to determine the World Series champion. But is the winner really a “world champion”? As opposed to the World Series, the World Baseball Classic pits 16 teams of different nationalities against one another to determine the true world champion. Since the sport of Olympic baseball was discontinued after the 2008 Olympics in Beijing,...

Students ignorant about world news

Sabrina Leung, Editorial Director

April 2, 2013

Although students are required to learn about World history, American politics and current events throughout their high school classes and have instant access to news through social media platforms, some students are still ignorant what is happening beyond the boundaries of their everyday lives. “I have talked to some of my friends about the Sequester. It’s national news, not even international,...

Changing the world, one stride at a time

Changing the world, one stride at a time

March 17, 2013

Track is much more than a group of people running in pointless ovals. The history of track dates back to ancient Greece, when in 776 BC the only race run was the stadion. ...

It’s small a world

February 27, 2013

Forget the 80 days that it took Phileas Fogg to travel around the world, now due to our technological advances we can fly around the world in less than 48 hours. The world now seems relatively smaller than it was in the days when Columbus sailed the ocean blue. With our domination over distance, we have become significantly more intertwined with the other nations of the world. On the positive side,...

Carlmont reacts to Giants making the World Series

Carlmont reacts to Giants making the World Series

October 25, 2012

Most Carlmont students had positive feelings over the San Francisco Giants advancing to the World Series on Oct. 22, while some Cardinal fans were upset. The Giants beat the St. Louis Cardinals 9-0, coming back with a three game winning-streak. ...

The Secret World of Arrietty

The Secret World of Arrietty

February 26, 2012

This rated “G” cartoon premiered Feb 17 and was well received by its audiences. Based on the book “The Borrowers” by Mary Norton this movie could adequately be described as cute...

Model UN preparing future world leaders

Model UN preparing future world leaders

November 18, 2011

Despite the rainy weather, many students piled into room D-22 to attend Model UN’s second meeting of the year. Model UN is a new club formed this year by Deepti Bansal to learn ...

Guiness World Record: Longest Wave Surfed

March 25, 2011

An incredible feat of athleticism was performed when 13 time Panamanian surfing champion Gary Saavedra set a Guinness World Records for longest time and distance surfed on open water. The previous record was held by ...

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