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

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Isabel Wright

Isabel Wright, Podcast Producer

Isabel Wright is a junior at Carlmont. She enjoys writing, editing, and making videos. Isabel has other interests in film, media, music, and skateboarding.

Twitter: @isabelwrightt_

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The Reel Ramble Ep.10: ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ discussion and review

May 9, 2022

On this episode of the Reel Ramble, host Isabel Wright discusses the new A24 film, “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” with Matthew Korn and Leo McBrian. “Everything Everywhere All at Once”...

The Reel Ramble Ep. 9: ‘The Batman’ discussion and review

April 14, 2022

On this episode of the Reel Ramble, hosts Izaan Masud and Isabel Wright discuss the new adaptation of Batman, "The Batman," with Dylan Lobo. "The Batman" follows Bruce Wayne as he sets out to stop The...

The Reel Ramble Ep. 8: ‘Euphoria’ Season 2 discussion and review

March 22, 2022

On this episode of The Reel Ramble, hosts Izaan Masud and Isabel Wright discuss the second season of the hit show "Euphoria" with their guest Cole Willis, a junior at Booker T. Washington High School in...

The Reel Ramble x Dear Dumb Diary Ep. 7: The Stranger Perks of the Mid90s

February 14, 2022

Coming-of-age movies have captured the minds of moviegoers for decades. Audiences often resonate with the stories of teenagers dealing with issues they went through at that age or are going through in...

The Reel Ramble Ep. 6: ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ discussion and review

January 23, 2022

On this episode of The Reel Ramble, hosts Izaan Masud and Isabel Wright Wright review the highly anticipated film "Spider-Man: No Way Home" with their guest Quinn Mansfield, a junior at Carlmont. "Spider-Man:...

Many influential figures have begun to push back against societal norms for men in fashion.

Pink is for everyone

December 30, 2021

What makes a man? His actions, mannerisms, clothing? With the floods of appraisal and awe of ex-One Direction member Harry Styles featured on a Vogue cover earlier this year, sporting a periwinkle...

The Reel Ramble Ep. 5: ‘Last Night in Soho’ discussion and review

December 9, 2021

On this episode of The Reel Ramble, hosts Izaan Masud and Isabel Wright review the new Edgar Wright film "Last Night in Soho" with their guests, Ellie Symons, a freshman in Florida, and Reid Ackerman,...

The Reel Ramble Ep. 4: ‘Dune’ discussion and review

November 14, 2021

On this episode of The Reel Ramble, hosts Izaan Masud and Isabel Wright review the adaptation of the Frank Herbert classic, "Dune," with a friend of the show Brooks Mitchell, a sophomore in Dallas. "Dune"...

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The Reel Ramble

November 8, 2021

The Reel Ramble Ep 3: ‘Squid Game’ discussion and review

October 20, 2021

On this episode of The Reel Ramble, hosts Izaan Masud and Isabel Wright review the viral K-Drama, "Squid Game," with their guest Nick Wacha, a junior at Carlmont. In the second half of the episode,...

The Reel Ramble Ep. 2: ‘Shang-Chi’ review and ‘There Will Be Blood’ discussion

September 27, 2021

In this episode of The Reel Ramble, hosts Izaan Masud and Isabel Wright give their thoughts on the new Marvel film "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings." The movie follows the title character on...

The Reel Ramble Ep. 1: ‘The Suicide Squad’ review and ‘Inglourious Basterds’ discussion

September 3, 2021

In this episode of The Reel Ramble, Izaan Masud and Isabel Wright give their thoughts on James Gunn's new film, "The Suicide Squad." They talk about their feelings about the movie, and its unfortunate...

The Tune Talk Ep. 5: Alternative

May 12, 2021

Alternative, a sub-genre of rock, and similar to indie, was created for musicians that felt like their music didn’t fit the stereotypical rock music. Alternative music peaked in the 70s and 90s in hotspots...

The Tune Talk Ep. 4: Indie rock

April 20, 2021

Stemming from the broad genre of rock, indie rock was curated to umbrella artists and bands that weren't tied down by big record labels and often had more freedom in their music. Some of the most popular...

The Tune Talk Ep. 3: Pop

March 19, 2021

Originated in the 1950s, pop music grew to popularity in the late 2000s, with one of its most prominent artists being Justin Bieber. Growing up with pop music blasting on the radio all the time, sophomore...

Teens look to social media and video games to cope with COVID-19 isolation.

Teenagers find new ways to connect in quarantine

March 15, 2021

Being stuck at home for months on end can be mentally draining, with no personal connection to the outside world and people other than your family members, sitting patiently at home while COVID-19 cases...

The Tune Talk Ep. 2: Reggae

February 26, 2021

Created in Jamaica, reggae is a genre based on love, happiness, and living life to the fullest, with its most notable artist being Bob Marley. In this episode of The Tune Talk, Isabel Wright and guest...

The Tune Talk Ep. 1: R&B

February 3, 2021

From the early 90s to today's music, R&B has changed in sound, production, and instrumentals, and continues to influence modern music. In the first episode of The Tune Talk, join host Isabel Wright...

Students use their computers and devices to complete the ICA tests on Nov. 18.

Students share their opinions on ICA testing

November 25, 2020

To check in on the students and how the new schooling has affected their education, Carlmont administered an Interim Comprehensive Assessment (ICA) on Nov. 18. The tests allowed educators to measure...

Sophomore Rachel Erlikhman listens to music while completing her math homework.

Students claim music affects their productivity

November 10, 2020

Although countless studies have looked into the effect music has on attitudes towards work and motivation, the question still stands if listening to music while completing schoolwork benefits students.  Schools...

Students across the country are learning to adjust to school at home.

Carlmont students struggle with online learning

October 19, 2020

COVID-19 has killed more than 200,000 people in the United States alone. In response, many schools, including Carlmont High School, have resorted to using Zoom and online learning to ensure students' safety. Studies...

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