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

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

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Noah Braunstein

Noah Braunstein, Staff Writer

Noah Braunstein is a sophomore at Carlmont High School, and this is his first year in journalism. He enjoys learning about current events and watching the news daily. He is passionate about his community and is looking forward to his beat assignment, "Local News."

Twitter: @NoahBraunstein1

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All 20 cities in San Mateo County adopted a proclamation for May 15th, 2021 to be “Communities United Day.”

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All 20 cities in San Mateo County adopted a proclamation for May 15th, 2021 to be “Communities United Day.”

Keith Koo, Managing Partner, Guardian Insight Group Host “Silicon Valley Insider” Radio Show and Podcast, asserted that businesses need to take action, “Companies have a role to play with diversity.”

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Keith Koo, Managing Partner, Guardian Insight Group Host “Silicon Valley Insider” Radio Show and Podcast, asserted that businesses need to take action, “Companies have a role to play with diversity.”

California Deputy Attorney General Eric Chang urges progress away from racism and hate, “It’s time to walk away from the old past into something new.”

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California Deputy Attorney General Eric Chang urges progress away from racism and hate, “It’s time to walk away from the old past into something new.”

San Mateo City Councilmember Diane Papan emphasizes the need for California to lead with diversity and acceptance, “California is mighty and diverse and we have to get it right -- this nation’s success depends on California getting it right.”

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San Mateo City Councilmember Diane Papan emphasizes the need for California to lead with diversity and acceptance, “California is mighty and diverse and we have to get it right -- this nation’s success...

San Carlos Mayor Laura Parmer-Lohan urges unity, “It is tremendous what we can do when those from marginalized communities stand together.”

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San Carlos Mayor Laura Parmer-Lohan urges unity, “It is tremendous what we can do when those from marginalized communities stand together.”

David Campos, Vice Chair of the Democratic Party, describes his history as an immigrant and encourages, “When you see injustice against one person make sure you speak up because injustice against one is injustice against all of us.”

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David Campos, Vice Chair of the Democratic Party, describes his history as an immigrant and encourages, “When you see injustice against one person make sure you speak up because injustice against one...

Daly City Mayor Juslyn Manalo proclaims May 15 “Communities United Day”.

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Daly City Mayor Juslyn Manalo proclaims May 15 “Communities United Day”.

State Senator Josh Becker addressed the crowd, showing his support for the AAPI community while emphasizing the power of unity and the importance of taking a stance against hate crimes.

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State Senator Josh Becker addressed the crowd, showing his support for the AAPI community while emphasizing the power of unity and the importance of taking a stance against hate crimes.

Student leaders at the Communities United rally on May 15 rouse the crowd to stand against anti-Asian hate and to unite in support of all marginalized groups

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Student leaders at the Communities United rally on May 15 rouse the crowd to stand against anti-Asian hate and to unite in support of all marginalized groups

Student leaders at the Communities United rally on May 15 rouse the crowd to stand against anti-Asian hate and to unite in support of all marginalized groups.

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Student leaders at the Communities United rally on May 15 rouse the crowd to stand against anti-Asian hate and to unite in support of all marginalized groups.

The SUHSD Board of Trustees culminates an extensive search process with the selection of Dr. Darnise Williams as the new superintendent for the district.

SUHSD selects new superintendent

Noah Braunstein, Staff Writer May 17, 2021

On April 14, the Sequoia Union High School District (SUHSD) announced at the Board of Trustees meeting that they’ve hired their new district superintendent, Dr. Darnise Williams. With ample background...

For those with cognitive memory disorders or developmental impairments, the Belmont Police Departments new Tracking and Recovery of Adults and Children (TRAC) program provides a GPS tracker to help ensure safety for those at risk.

Belmont TRAC program helps to keep loved ones safe

Noah Braunstein, Staff Writer April 18, 2021

When Bozhena Palatnik's mother left the house and got lost, Palatnik was worried for hours. With her mother's Alzheimer's diagnosis, Palatnik knew her mother would not be able to tell anyone her address...

Belmont homeowner Anna Ramsey was extremely surprised at this nighttime visitor to her backyard.

Mountain lion sightings increase in local neighborhoods

Noah Braunstein, Staff Writer March 25, 2021

The last thing Anna Ramsey expected to see on her home video camera were the two eyes of a wild cat staring back at her. "When I saw my security camera footage at 11:15 p.m. I found that it was definitely...

BRSYSA softball players have been practicing safety standards as they gear up for a full spring season.

Local youth sport leagues plan to reopen for spring seasons

Noah Braunstein, Staff Writer March 1, 2021

Despite a national COVID-19 pandemic for the past year, local youth baseball and softball leagues are saying, "play ball!" Spring traditionally brings sports such as baseball and softball, and leagues...

In light of the COVID-19 restrictions at traditional colleges, recent graduates are choosing alternatives to college that they may not have previously considered

Post-Graduate Options:  Considering the Paths Less Taken 

Noah Braunstein, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

In 2018, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, 44% of high school seniors enrolled in four-year institutions, and 26% immediately enrolled in two-year institutions.  The number...

Senior Genevieve Chan, 82, successfully got her first vaccination, and is doing her part to moving us toward herd immunity.

Health officials work to achieve herd immunity in communities

Noah Braunstein, Staff Writer February 9, 2021

With great anticipation, the local rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine began in January after 10 months of persevering through the global pandemic where the U.S. has suffered over 27 million cases and over...

The recent Sequoia Union High School District election determined new board of trustee members, who will be working to address key issues for students in our district.

[Photo] Newly-elected school district board members to make key decisions

December 6, 2020

The recent Sequoia Union High School District election determined new board of trustee members, who will be working to address key issues for students in our district.

Belmont Mayor Warren Lieberman cuts the ribbon to the newly renovated North Field.

Getting the ball rolling at the Belmont Sports Complex

Noah Braunstein, Staff Writer November 18, 2020

Students who remember playing soccer and baseball at the Belmont Sports Complex may be surprised at what the field looks like today. At noon on Nov. 17, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to celebrate...

Local Belmont resident Fred Ehlers celebrates finishing his run.

The race goes on: Belmont’s annual Water Dog Run continues with a unique format

Noah Braunstein, Staff Writer October 24, 2020

This year, from Oct. 10 to 25, the City of Belmont is hosting its third annual Water Dog Run, a community fundraiser that supports local education. The format of this year's race had to be modified, but...

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