Lawmakers seek to fund transportation programs with increased tolls
Crossing the Bay Bridge will soon cost as much as buying three double-doubles at In-N-Out.
As of the week of Sept. 16, lawmakers have decided to put an option on the next local election’s ballot in order to raise the toll on the Bay Bridge to $9 and to $8 for the other Bay Area bridges.
The intent of the bill is to create more revenue for highway and transit agencies. The total amount tha...
Varsity football continues historic 4-0 record
"Carlmont just played better," said Lincoln head coach Phil Ferrigno.
The Scots did it again.
For the first time in Carlmont varsity football history since 1977, the Scots hold a 4-0 record after defeating Lincoln High School on Sept. 15, 43-0.
"I felt great winning because we've all put in the work to get the win. By that, I mean looking over film countless of times, conditioning, and pure ha...
Carlmont reacts to campus expansion with new S-wing
Before the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year, the construction of Carlmont’s new S-wing was completed, and 10 new classes were opened for teaching.
Although completed behind schedule, this new facility has officially opened.
“It was a three-year project from planning [S-wing] to completing it. The original completion date was spring 2017 and we finally moved teachers in just bef...
Animal rights are not human rights
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 objective of this march was to show people that "the life of an animal is worth far more than our taste b...