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Zaina Abdelrahman, now a junior, speaks in Muslim Fellowship Club's heritage presentation from 2016.

Muslim Fellowship Club prepares for Heritage Fair

December 3, 2017

In a dimly lit room, students gather around a SMART board watching a Youtube video from February of 2016 about culture and heritage. These students are part of the Muslim Fellowshi...

Zaina and Naser Abdelrahman, president and vice president of the Muslim Fellowship Club discuss club collaboration efforts in the wake of Fortifying Bridges. The Muslim Fellowship club plans to restart weekly meetings in room D7 every Thursday.

Muslim Fellowship Club fortifies bridges and passes torch

February 16, 2017

Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world, according to Pew Research Center. Although most Americans know little to nothing of the faith, the Carlmont community is changing t...

Efficient implementation requires good leadership

February 2, 2017

Trump's so-called "Muslim Ban" has led to nation-wide confusion. In an executive order, put into effect on Jan. 27, President Donald Trump proclaimed that "the immigrant and noni...

Wearing his cross on his neck, sophomore Josef Gonzalez walks down the halls of Carlmont.

Cultural differences don’t faze Carlmont students

April 27, 2016

Many people who define themselves with some sort of religion in today’s society are not comfortable with making their religion known to others. With elements like the media an...

Scots spread love

January 15, 2016

A woman is strolling down the streets of San Francisco. The hijab wrapped around her head makes her stand out among the crowds. As she approaches her favorite bakery, her headscarf...

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,...

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