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Obesity in America

Obesity in America

Lara Ostroff, Staff Writer

May 28, 2014


Filed under Multimedia

Drop outs in America

Drop outs in America

April 30, 2014


Filed under Multimedia

Felix Guzman: coming to America

Felix Guzman: coming to America

Jessica Adair, Staff Writer/Columnist

December 11, 2013


Filed under Campus, Staff Bios

For  the majority of his life,  Carlmont chemistry teacher Felix Guzman resided in a country 2,820 miles away from his current home. After many years of living in his home country Guatemala, Guzman decided it was time for a change and came to the United States for better opportunities. Guzman grew...

Paul’s Diner: America with some spice

Paul’s Diner: America with some spice

October 24, 2013


Filed under A&E

When is the last time you sat down in a restaurant and just relaxed? At Paul's Diner, that seems just about every day, although at  price. I was instantly surprised by the amazingly soft and poofy seats, which I spotted as soon as I walked in the door. They looked stylish and sleek, topped off with...

Scots study in Latin America

Scots study in Latin America

Mia Hogan, Staff Writer

October 3, 2013


Filed under News

The Amigos de las Americas program is currently looking for motivated Spanish speaking Carlmont students to volunteer in Latin America this summer along with students all around the country. Every summer, high school students across the United States have the opportunity to work in Latin America af...

America: the land of the free and home of the disheartened?

America: the land of the free and home of the disheartened?

Shira Stein, Staff Writer

April 18, 2013


Filed under Boston, Opinion

It seems like every day that Americans hear about another crisis in this nation. One week, it was Hurricane Sandy. Another it was Boston. But what most Americans don't realize is that if we wallow in our sadness, nothing will change. These occurrences are terrible, that much is true, but we don't...

America mourns over Boston bombings

America mourns over Boston bombings

April 17, 2013


Filed under Boston

On Wednesday afternoon, America suffered one of its worst terror attacks at the 2013 Boston Marathon. The marathon began with no indication of a possible attack, bomb crews coordinated sweeps of the entire area twice. Spectators peacefully observed the race until two bombs were unexpectedl...

‘Let’s Jump!’ Kids and schools across America attempt to break world record

October 11, 2011


Filed under News

Guinness World Records is well-known for it's yearly publications holding all of the current world records. Every year, thousands of people attempt to break their records from, but not many of them succeed. This year, National Geographic Kids partnered up with First Lady Michelle Obama to encourage...

Why America is doomed

Why America is doomed

August 29, 2011


Filed under A&E

Police say a man tried to rob a Boston bank but left with nothing but a scolding from a customer. The would-be robber allegedly walked into Eastern Bank in South Boston Thursday and gave the teller a note that said: “Give me all your money,” The Boston Globe reported. The teller refused and sai...

Weresquirrels: the new threat to America

Weresquirrels: the new threat to America

February 4, 2011


Filed under Campus

For years, the biggest threat to going outside during night has been the threat of werewolves, but recently an outbreak of flying squirrel bitings has caused a growing number of weresquirrels to appear. Weresquirrels pose a much bigger threat to humans than werewolves because they can hide much easier...

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