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PAW Club involves community in animal welfare

PAW Club involves community in animal welfare

Rachel Matatyaou, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017


Filed under Campus

Clubs on campus help people in need of medical care, teach students how to invest money, work to protect the ocean, give gifts to sick children, and more; Protecting Animals Worldwide (PAW) Club adds animals to the list of groups positively impacted by Carlmont clubs. PAW Club is led by Sonali Kanaya...

Interracial relationships still face scrutiny

Interracial relationships still face scrutiny

Kathryn Stratz, Staff Writer

January 31, 2017


Filed under Features, Top News

Laws prohibiting interracial relationships are history, and although interracial relationships have come a long way, many continue to face barriers. Though people today are less restricted as a result of their race, it still affects people’s view of relationships, even in the Carlmont community. Kazim...

Passion: One key to happiness

Passion: One key to happiness

Celine Yang, Staff Writer

January 20, 2016


Filed under Campus, Features, Top News

What brings people happiness? Some may say family. Friends. Money. Love. Fame. World domination. Possible answers range from the silly to the serious. But arguably, one of the things that brings people happiness is something that many people are in pursuit of: passion. “I can’t picture m...

Mental disability affects Texas execution

Mental disability affects Texas execution

Lauren Tierney, Staff Writer

May 15, 2014


Filed under News

The Texas execution of a 41-year-old Robert Campbell, a convicted rapist and murderer, is now scheduled to be appealed because of Campbell’s claim to have minor intellectual disabilities. Only two hours before Campbell’s scheduled execution on Tuesday May 13 did his lawyers declare him ineligible...

The curfew: how it affects students’ lives

The curfew: how it affects students’ lives

May 28, 2012


Filed under Campus

Being a teenager typically means living with parents, which also usually means living under their rules.  For many, it can be hard to balance pleasing parents with having a good time as a high schooler. A common rule that makes teenagers cringe just at the thought is the dreaded curfew. "I have no...

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