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Carlmont’s new festival aims for end-of-year fun

May 29, 2018

Victoria Valle Remond reports on Scotsland, Carlmont's new-end-of-year festival featuring games, student performances, and food.

Stopped cars wait endlessly in traffic on Alameda de las Pulgas. When the surrounding schools are released for the day, cars can be stopped all the way from Carlmont Drive to Ralston Avenue.

Four Corners aims to ease Alameda traffic congestion

May 1, 2018

It is no secret that driving to school in the morning is a pain. All of the stress built up from late nights and loads of studying is emphasized even more so when one is surrounded...

Jessica Cramer, a senior, calls 911 in a panic during the drunk-driving car crash simulation on April 15.

Sober Prom aims to stop drunk driving

April 19, 2018

Prom night, for many, is a night of parties — a night of fun. It is a time of elation, anticipation, and joy where high school students can let loose and enjoy themselves for...

Over the past few years, California has suffered from a massive teacher shortage due to a rising cost of living in the area.

New bill aims to combat teacher shortage in California

March 18, 2017

No matter what country or state, almost everybody agrees that teachers make up a crucial role in society. Unfortunately, California is experiencing a massive teacher shortage. ...

Sign and telephones hang along the Golden Gate Bridge to help stop those considering suicide from committing the act.

New plan aims to cut down Golden Gate Bridge suicides

February 1, 2017

Over 1,600 people. That is the number of bodies recovered due to suicide from the Golden Gate Bridge since its construction. Tall barbed wire fences stand on both ends of...

At 22 percent, the number of English language learners in California is over double the national average of 9 percent, making Proposition 58 especially important to Californian voters.

New proposition aims to accommodate language learners

October 27, 2016

California voters have the opportunity to make a big decision regarding the education of thousands of students across the state. Proposition 58, which will be on the statewi...

Sequoia Cherokees keep the Carlmont Scots on their toes in the match up for the Terremere trophy.

Varsity football aims for improvement

November 16, 2014

Varsity football competed for the annual Terremere trophy at Sequoia on Friday, Nov. 14. The Scots finished their season against their rivals, the Sequoia Cherokees. "It has...

ASB students selling homecoming tickets

ASB aims for large turnout with ‘Glow’ themed homecoming

October 9, 2014

The Associated Student Body has planned a new theme in hopes of more students attending homecoming this year. ASB has been selling homecoming tickets since Oct. 1 and will...

Claire Porter, a Carlmont graduate, poses with a sign explaining why she needs feminism. Photo provided by Claire Porter.

Feminist club aims to promote gender equality

September 3, 2014

Similar to other clubs at Carlmont aiming to give voice to several minority groups, the Feminist Club strives to educate students on the principles of feminism while discussing...

Europe aims to preserve environment

April 2, 2013

It looks as though the fight to save our environment is finally showing results, but t is Europe who takes the lead in the fight against climate change. According to a report from the European Environment Agency, severe climate changes are to come and severe consequences will come to cities that do not make efforts to adapt. In an effort to adapt, many European buildings have adapted green infrastructure....

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