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Catherine Dahlberg, a junior, sprints past her opponents at the Saint Francis Invitational.

Opinion: Track is a team sport

March 23, 2019

Picture this: a track runner is in last place and pushing to finish the race, but everyone can tell that they are starting to give up. It is pouring rain with strong winds on the ...

Found all around the Peninsula, electric vehicle charging stations are becoming more and more common.

Electric cars: the future of road travel

January 18, 2019

The ignition switches and the engine starts with a roar. A sheet of cold morning mist covers the air, and as you take a breath, steam escapes your mouth. Simultaneously, a dry smoke begins t...

Varsity girl’s basketball falls in first round of playoffs

February 17, 2018

Samantha Dahlberg reports on the first PAL playoff game against South City Highschool.

Richie Rasor tells kids about what Tesla is doing to help the environment.

Mechanical engineer teaches students about clean energy

February 13, 2018

A mechanical engineer from Tesla Solar visited Carlmont on Feb. 9 to teach students the benefits of clean energy and how Tesla is making a difference in the green industry. Th...

Divya Menon, a sophomore, hangs up colorful butterflies in honor of Earth Day.

Earth Day encourages environmental awareness

April 22, 2017

Earth Day is celebrated annually on April 22 and reminds many to cherish natural resources by taking part in activities that can protect the environment. According to Earth Day ...

Buddhism: The religion that encourages positive energy and peace

Grace Yi, Staff Writer

January 25, 2013

Buddhism is considered the most widespread religion practiced in Asia. Several Carlmont students follow the religious practices of the Buddha. Some of the main ideas of Buddhism is to be at peace with everyone and everything and to always have a positive aura and not have any negative energy within the body. John Fu, a junior, meditates at home and believes that the Buddhist religion is “like...

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