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Students locked out

Gabriela d'Souza, Staff Writer

April 2, 2013

Many people have experienced the disheartening event of going to use the bathroom, tugging at the door and then realizing they can’t get in because it’s locked. As most have come to learn the U hall, F hall and a few other bathrooms around campus have been locked throughout the day. While it is hard to say exactly what is been going on in each bathrooms there are a few theories. Using...

How do we deal with…

How do we deal with…

April 2, 2013

Carlmont is more than just a “white” school. Carlmont students really value the unique diversity at their school. “I think it’s great [diversity] because you get different pers...

I live in EPA… and it’s not fair.

I live in EPA… and it’s not fair.

April 2, 2013

Sophomore Alenna Winfield waits outside in the cold to catch one of the busses to Carlmont High School. Her school day begins 75 minutes before many of her classmates’. ...

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,...

Heritage 2013 Pictures

Heritage 2013 Pictures

March 7, 2013

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Heritage Fair

March 4, 2013

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Not all groups get equal acceptance and attention

March 1, 2013

Although many people are familiar with the LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender) community, some transgenders and bisexuals often continue to struggle to remain part of the same movement as lesbian and gay citizens and to be included in rights protections. “The LGBT community endures a lot of hardship, inequality and struggles against the same parts of society stubbornly refusing to accept...

Does SAT tutoring significantly help students?

February 27, 2013

The SAT is a make it or break it situation. Students get four hours to test their knowledge and prove to colleges that they have academic promise. To battle this excruciating test, many students spend thousands of dollars on SAT tutoring. The tutoring is costly and much time is invested. After all the tutoring and work, do students that hire an SAT tutor get an advantage over others who study on their...

The daily distractions that haunt us all

February 27, 2013

After the final bell has rung to end the school day and a student has returned to their home, they are faced with a variety of things to do. After looking each way, a student has to decide between watching a favorite TV show, texting friends, or doing an abundance of homework that has already been put off. Although a student may have homework and other responsibilities to finish before the following...

CTE schedule struggles

Grace Yi, Staff Writer

February 27, 2013

Not only do you have to get good grades to graduate from high school, you also need to fulfill the graduation requirements. Students are required to finish all Fine Arts, Career Technical Education (CTE), and electives credits by graduation. A few CTE classes offered in Carlmont are Computer Science, instrumental and choral classes, Journalism, and Engineering and Green, which also meets the elective...

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