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‘The Hate U Give’ shares important message with readers

April 11, 2019

Discrimination. Racism. Gangs, drugs, and territory. The same story, just a different century. And Starr Carter is sick and tired of it, but it’s her everyday life. ...

man talking to crowd

Welcome Back Assembly speaker promotes hope and compassion

September 6, 2018

At Carlmont’s annual Welcome Back Assembly on Sept. 5, youth motivational speaker Scott Backovich made two requests of Carlmont students. “One is to complain less and giv...

A list of counselor appointments is posted outside the counseling office for passing students to refer to.

Counselor meetings give students advice for the upcoming year

March 31, 2018

Counselor meetings are a very effective tool for students when deciding on upcoming classes. They occur every year starting in February and continuing up until late April. In...

Carlmont students give their opinion on gun control

January 4, 2018

Daniel Friis reports students' opinions on gun control.

The S wing of Carlmont High School, as seen from U hall.

Passing period does not give students enough time to get to class

November 21, 2017

Lateness is an ongoing problem at Carlmont High School and unfortunately, having seven minutes is not enough time to get to class comfortably. Students either have to run, leave t...

Sophomore Valerie Wang works on a prototype for the competing robot.

New class extends robotics team

March 13, 2017

In the 2016-2017 school year, Carlmont offered a robotics course, called engineering robotics, for the first time.  This class provides students with an opportunity to learn basic roboti...

Nikki Wong takes a look at her Key Club membership card that she received at the latest meeting.

Key Club holds opportunities to give back

February 23, 2017

Carlmont offers a wide variety of different clubs and activities that students can participate in, from whether it be gaming or learning about different cultures. Key Club,...

Students give insight about moving on as a community

January 23, 2017

Adriana Ramirez reports on students' opinions of how to accept a new president and how to move on together.

Jade Sebti, a junior, decorates a holiday cookie as a gift to a friend.

Snowflakes for Scots helps Carlmont families in need

December 12, 2016

To many, the holiday season is recognized as a time for giving. That is why the ASB Do Something commission has organized Snowflakes for Scots. "With Snowflakes for Scots,...

As finals week gets closer, students work hard to make sure they know all of the information.

Only finals stand between students and break

December 2, 2015

Nights are bright with holiday lights and joy is in the air, but students must first survive finals week before they can celebrate with their friends and family. As students...

Students help create the tree of appreciation

Students and staff give thanks together

November 24, 2015

Family, food, friends, comfort. These words relate to the time of year where friends and family congregate together to celebrate their gratitude. People view Thanksgiving...

Vegetarians give omnivores food for thought

Vegetarians give omnivores food for thought

May 9, 2015

Rumor has it that a common side effect of a vegetarian diet is the oozing moral superiority from of every pore on their body. Based on the interactions that I have observed...

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