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  • Due to their intelligence and playful personality, killer whales became animals of interest for entertainment. However, life in captivity has led to terrible consequences; captive killer whales often only live half as long as their wild counterparts, and many develop pathologies such as the dorsal fin collapse.

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  • Many restaurants are struggling during the pandemic, but others have found new ways to stay afloat. For instance, some restaurants on Laurel Street in San Carlos: "Just taking a walk down Laurel Street, there’s a bunch of outdoor seating, and cars aren’t allowed on the road, and I personally really like that change; I think it’s nice to have a walkable area with outdoor seating,” said Rory McGann, a senior.

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    How are Carlmont’s favorite local restaurants doing during the pandemic?

  • Young adult science fiction and fantasy has divided readers for years. Despite valid criticisms, the subgenre has more than meets the eye.

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  • Change in water temperature, generally caused by climate change, induces coral bleaching. When coral is stressed from the extreme temperatures, the algae producing its color expels and the coral typically dies. An absence of coral greatly affects ecosystems that wildlife depend on.

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  • Minorities supporting each other is imperative in the fight for equality.

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    Opinion: Minorities need to support each other in their movements for equal rights

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Anna Wilkinson

Anna Wilkinson, Staff Writer

Anna Wilkinson is a student at Carlmont High School. She is a junior who is interested in the many diverse clubs the school has to offer. This is her second year in journalism and she is on the school dance team, so she loves to perform.

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Gen Z often takes jokes too seriously.

Opinion: Gen Z is too sensitive

Anna Wilkinson, Staff Writer
January 11, 2021
There is a high price that comes with body dysmorphia.

21st Century Girl

Anna Wilkinson, Staff Writer
December 19, 2020
Above is an image depicting words that describe inequity amongst minority groups.

Inequity isn’t just a term

Anna Wilkinson, Staff Writer
December 9, 2020
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