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Many students are making changes to their daily lives during quarantine by dyeing their hair.

Carlmont students and staff embrace change during challenging times

April 29, 2020

Everything is changing, but at the same time, it isn’t at all. Outside of the comfort of our homes, the world is doing everything to manage the effects of COVID-19. In quarant...

Processing Minority S2E3: Diet in culture

April 23, 2020

In the Bay Area, there are hundreds of different cultures, and with different cultures comes different food. Depending on religion or tradition, there are diets that some partake...

Apodcalypse Ep. 2: Our new normal

April 22, 2020

We're four weeks into distance learning, and it's time for a check-in. Join hosts Maddy, Rachel, and Emma as they discuss topics like mental health, picking up new hobbies, and...

Coronavirus leaves its impact on schools as Gov. Gavin Newsom suggests school closure for the duration of the school year.

Opinion: School closure is a short-sighted decision

March 25, 2020

Throughout all the communication received, one thing is clear from the school district: they have the best interest of the students and families in mind. But with the best i...

Unpopular Opinion Episode 3: Harvard isn’t worth your time

February 13, 2020

Harvard University is often regarded as the best college in the entire world. However, getting in is extremely difficult. In the end, the benefits of going to such a prestigious...

Sophomore Ella Duarte fills out a rose delivery form at lunch.

Rose sales help students show appreciation for their peers

February 10, 2020

As Valentine’s Day approaches, students hurry to C-hall and the quad to buy roses for their friends and significant others. Every year, the Associated Student Body (ASB) host...

“Grindstone in it’s most basic form is a platform where local teenagers can explore and commit to flexible work opportunities from adults who have flexible work opportunities to give,” said Evan Ajuria, the founder.

Student’s app connects local teens and adults

October 4, 2019

"I can't, I have work." This simple yet infamous statement is seemingly uttered by teenagers daily. Most who mention it are forced to decline offers of fun or activity so they...

Three freshmen from the freshman leadership class speak in front of an audience.

An introduction to the freshman experience

October 4, 2019

The freshman meeting in the ASB room discussed potential plans for this year's homecoming float. Every year, each grade designs and constructs a float to display during halftim...

Screamin’ Scots nurture student inclusivity and expression

September 12, 2019

Screamin' Scots held their first meeting on the football bleachers for students to attend and learn Carlmont cheers in preparation of the football game on Friday.

Alice Godwin, a senior, maneuvers her way out of the Senior Lot after school.

Seniors embrace the opportunity to park in the senior lot

August 29, 2019

After years of walking, getting rides from parents, or taking the bus to school, many Carlmont students embrace the opportunity, when provided, to drive themselves to school. These...

Ralph Crame: Parenting and principal-ing

August 27, 2019

Principal Ralph Crame considers the path which led him to his position at Carlmont and the happenstance of working where his kids went to school — in other words, the balancing...

Kaimei Gescuk: Mindset of success

June 20, 2019

Kaimei Gescuk, a junior, describes her path towards becoming a runner and the strength she needs to get there. Check out the Humans of Carlmont Anchor page here....

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