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The student news site of Carlmont High School in Belmont, California.

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Connie Yi

Connie Yi, Staff Writer

Connie is a sophomore athlete who enjoys playing water polo and swimming. She lives most of her life in the water or in her textbooks. She is a journalism student who wants to be involved.

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Emma Castro runs the ball down the field in one of last years powder puff games. In previous years, powder puff took place at lunch during homecoming week.

[Photo] Nighttime Powderpuff creates new homecoming tradition

October 12, 2017

Emma Castro runs the ball down the field in one of last year's powder puff games. In previous years, powder puff took place at lunch during homecoming week.

Some students collected donations while trick-or-treating.

October deeds pay off during December needs

December 9, 2015

It's that time of the year again; one by one people go get their flu shots and hand sanitizer — anything to keep them safe throughout the winter. However, for many people living in different parts...

Carlmont students show their spirit by dressing up in school colors.

Students hyped for football season-closer

November 13, 2015

It’s here. It’s blue. It’s C-Town. On Friday, Nov. 13, Carlmont is playing Sequoia High School on Carlmont turf. The junior varsity game is at 4 p.m. and the varsity game is at 7 p.m. Students...

Juniors Spencer Enruquez, TJ Amigleo, Jason Jung , and Liam Jacson show their class color while getting ready to make the float.

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October 27, 2015

Juniors Spencer Enruquez, TJ Amigleo, Jason Jung , and Liam Jacson show their class color while getting ready to make the float.

Junior TJ Amigleo cuts out blue feathers for Kevins neck.

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October 27, 2015

Junior TJ Amigleo cuts out blue feathers for Kevin's neck.

Junior Millan Kanaya sketches out what the house for Up is going to look like.

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October 27, 2015

Junior Millan Kanaya sketches out what the house for "Up" is going to look like.

Sophomore Tiffany Chung angles the wave on the side of the truck.

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October 27, 2015

Sophomore Tiffany Chung angles the wave on the side of the truck.

Junior Jason Jung is hard at work, perfecting the blue feather of the birds neck.

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October 27, 2015

Junior Jason Jung is hard at work, perfecting the blue feather of the bird's neck.

Juniors TJ Amigleo and Jessica Chang cut out colorful feathers for Kevin the bird from the Disney movie Up.

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October 27, 2015

Juniors TJ Amigleo and Jessica Chang cut out colorful feathers for Kevin the bird from the Disney movie "Up."

Sophomore Matthew Matias plans out an image for the front of the sophomore float.

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October 27, 2015

Sophomore Matthew Matias plans out an image for the front of the sophomore float.

Senior Lukas Kelly and Erick Virgo make sure the two poles are secure so it does not fall during the drive-through.

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October 27, 2015

Senior Lukas Kelly and Erick Virgo make sure the two poles are secure so it does not fall during the drive-through.

Freshman Jessica Jiang draws out the word freshmen on the back of the truck.

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October 27, 2015

Freshman Jessica Jiang draws out the word "freshmen" on the back of the truck.

Freshman Suzy Floersch draws out a Mickey Mouse on the balloon at the senior parking lot.

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October 27, 2015

Freshman Suzy Floersch draws out a Mickey Mouse on the balloon at the senior parking lot.

Senior Camille Duvalsaint cuts through cardboard to set up an arch for the senior float.

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October 27, 2015

Senior Camille Duvalsaint cuts through cardboard to set up an arch for the senior float.

Juniors TJ Amigleo and Neda Sohrabi cut precisely through cardboard to draw out Carl and Ellie.

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October 27, 2015

Juniors TJ Amigleo and Neda Sohrabi cut precisely through cardboard to draw out Carl and Ellie.

Three juniors carefully measure the float to line up the house perfectly.

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October 27, 2015

Three juniors carefully measure the float to line up the house perfectly.

Alumni Stephanie Weden cleans up Biology materials at the end of her first period class.

Welcome back Weden

October 1, 2015

Carlmont welcomes alumna Stephanie Weden back with open arms. Principal Ralph Crame said, "Ms. Weden, as a Carlmont grad, genuinely cares about the students she teaches. She is well organized and relates...

The Cheung sisters, who are all involved in their schools music programs, poses for a picture after a concert.

Cheung sisters take on CMEA with a unanimous superior

April 1, 2015

Imagine young students sitting together trying to figure out how to play a piece of wood or metal. This is how the Cheung sisters began their journey with their instruments. In the fourth grade,...

Some colleges have begun making the switch to coed dorm rooms.

Coed dorm rooms become more common

March 20, 2015

One girl, one guy, one room. While some students may consider coed dorm rooms to be a new and worthwhile experience, some see it ending in disaster. Seniors have began receiving acceptance letters...

Sophomore Bo Yoon Lee shows off her top eight finalist pin after getting off stage.

[Photo] First year DECA member places in top 8

March 4, 2015

Sophomore Bo Yoon Lee shows off her top eight finalist pin after getting off stage.

Junior Rebecca Medina takes good notes to help her graduate a year early.

Medina plans to pursue a college education a year early

February 19, 2015

While some students wait four years to get acceptance letters from colleges, there are some who get accepted a year early. Junior Rebecca Medina is one of the few students in Carlmont High School committed...

Makayla Fong, Kiana Edwards, Kiana Isono, and Noelani Edwards dance at a Carlmont football game.

Isono balances 11 years of hula

February 3, 2015

At 4 years old, many children attend preschool to learn the alphabet song. Sophomore Kiana Isono set her mind to become a hula dancer. "My mom lived in Hawaii so I was aways surrounded by hula...

Freshman Soraya Raji is all smiles after being transferred to Carlmont.

Settling into a new environment

January 21, 2015

"At first I was very devastated. I knew it would be tough, adjusting all over again," said Soraya Raji. Moving schools can be a difficult obstacle to overcome; freshman Soraya Raji moved schools since...

Liam Jocson, Spencer Enriquez, River Manochio, and Ethan Wong pose at the DECA LACE conference in their business attire.

DECA inspires entrepreneur River Manochio to reach greater heights

January 7, 2015

Finding a passion to pursue is a difficult decision for most but not for sophomore River Manochio. Manochio joined a club called DECA in the beginning of his sophomore year, which is a business club...

Auditioned Honor Choir students pose at the their Palo Alto performance.

Carlmont Choir students pursue high honors

November 24, 2014

"You sing for about 13 hours a day, which is exhausting but amazing," said Sierra Segal, a junior choir student. This past week, Carlmont Honor Choir students performed with the American Choral Directors...

Rheba (Sophie Clark) makes the difficult decision of who should come to dinner.

Fall play relates to students confronting the future

November 10, 2014

Taking the audience on a journey of self-discovery, the fall play "You Can't Take It with You" confronts issues of adolescents making their own decisions for the first time. The play, which premiered...

Soloist Jill Albertson performs at the concert.

Choir takes on the evolution of pop

October 27, 2014

Preparing for the Evolution of Pop concert, right after the Gala performance is adding pressure to the students to perfect their pieces of music. "We are singing some of the same music that we sung...

Emcee George Metroupolis shares his story of how performing arts affected his life.

Audience crowds the auditorium for the Black & White Gala

October 13, 2014

After a three year absence, the Carlmont Arts Council welcomed the return of the Black & White Gala last weekend. On Saturday, the Carlmont Performing Arts Center presented the event, which featured...

Save the Music will be held in Twin Pines Park in Belmont.

Annual Save the Music Festival approaches

October 1, 2014

Save the Music is back. The 12th annual Save the Music Festival will be held on Sunday, Oct. 5 from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. According to The Belmont-Redwood Shores Public School Foundation, it is the...

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