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From Nov. 6 to Nov. 17, Carlmont students brought in cans and non-perishables to help the needy.

Students make a difference with the food drive

November 19, 2017

Hunger. A word that terrifies everyone. For many, it can be solved by simply getting a snack out of a pantry, but for others, it is a constant in their lives. Carlmont's...

Rachel Gu decorating a cookie.

Reach Out Hangout makes a difference

March 31, 2017

On March 30, Reach Out Commission is hosting another get-together for students. They will provide food and organize fun activities. Working with students who do not usually par...

The Muslim Fellowship Club makes a difference

March 12, 2015

Sometimes, one can become set in one’s ways and forget to be open minded; however, the Muslim Fellowship Club inspires Carlmont to be more accepting of different beliefs, cultures,...

Taylor Sexton makes a difference in the community

Taylor Sexton makes a difference in the community

April 1, 2014

Putting aside time for the community and the people around her is imperative to junior Taylor Sexton. Sexton said, “I think we have all been fed up in our lives and distracte...

Caroline Ives, one who makes a difference in the community

Caroline Ives, one who makes a difference in the community

March 4, 2014

Many teenagers spend their time with friends, watching movies, at Tpumps, and out to dinner, however junior Caroline Ives does it all, but manages to save some of her time for...

Body image: will it make a difference?

September 21, 2012

“She’s got a fat booty.” These are the words whispered not so quietly by the girl in the front row during a 22 minute video that, ironically, is on body image. Over two thousand Carlmont students spent an hour and a half crammed into the gym to hear Stephanie Armstrong, a member of the Teen Truth organization, present the message of the body image assembly: “Love yourself, love others...

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