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Students deal with the personal implications of Trump’s victory

November 11, 2016

Sophie Penn reports on how marginalized communities plan to move forward in the wake of the election.

In the first presidential debate, Clinton and Trump argued over whether or not the United States should still maintain its support of other nations without charge.

Survival of the fittest: The presidential election is not a business

September 29, 2016

In the job market of the 21st century, many Americans agree that competition makes the work environment a cold-hearted dog-eat-dog world. To ensure their own survival in the...

Complimentary practice booklets are handed out to students to help prepare for the PSAT

PSAT prepares students for the real deal

October 15, 2014

Bright orange slips and blue packets signal the arrival of the annual Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) in schools across the nation. Carlmont sophomores and juniors will...

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April 2, 2013

Carlmont is more than just a “white” school. Carlmont students really value the unique diversity at their school. “I think it’s great [diversity] because you get different pers...

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