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Former Carlmont student Josh Fagel stands with his parents as he reads the Torah, the central text of Judaism.

Schools need to minimize religious conflicts

September 9, 2015

To what extent should secular public schools accommodate the diverse religious faiths of their students?  This is the heated question Carlmont High School now faces. This ...

Golden State Warrior's sixth man Andre
Iguodala provided a spark off the bench with 16 points.

What the Warriors need to do

May 14, 2015

It appears to be to locked in. The Golden State Warriors closed out game five in a 98-78 victory on May 13, leading the series 3-2. Even though Memphis Grizzlies' top defender...

Red velvet cupcakes are a common Valentine's Day treat.

No need for Cupid when you have food

February 12, 2015

Whether you find yourself  in a restaurant that is as crowded as a can of sardines, giving a box of chocolates to the girl that floods your stomach with butterflies every time...

In the words of Charlie Buxton,

Teens need to learn to master the ‘game’ of high school

January 30, 2015

A concentrated chess player studies the game board carefully and calculates her next move. She made foolish mistakes in her amateur days by rushing into action unprepared, but...

Why the T-wing is in need of a remodeling

Why the T-wing is in need of a remodeling

December 3, 2013

As one of the most secluded and outdated halls, the T-wing needs an extreme makeover. The T-wing was built in the mid-1900s, but only minor changes have been made to alter its d...

A firefighter speaking to students

If you need CPR, find the nearest freshman

April 12, 2013

The main goal of the promising new CPR program that has been introduced to the freshmen at Carlmont is to make as many people comfortable with saving lives as possible. "W...

Carlmont in need of clean up

April 18, 2012

Just a glance at our campus will make one realize that Carlmont has a big problem. With our litter-filled halls and lack of available recycling options, it seems Carlmont is becoming less and less eco-friendly by the day. “It is pathetic,demoralizing, and discouraging,” explained French teacher Kathy Burton about the current trash situation at Carlmont. With the recyclable reception...

Food Drive helps Carlmont families in need

Food Drive helps Carlmont families in need

November 18, 2011

[media-credit id=52 align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit]This fall, Carlmont students will help get other Carlmont families through the holiday season by donating canned food to their fourth period class. Th...

What do you need to know about driving lessons?

April 10, 2011

[media-credit name="Creative Commons" align="alignleft" width="251"] After receiving your permit, the next thing on your mind is to get your license. Though, there are a few steps you have t...

Everything you need to know about ‘Adopt-A-Family’ program

December 1, 2010

Last year, Carlmont students and staff were able to make over thirty families Holiday wishes come true. Especially now that we're in a recession, families around the Bay Area are in need of a helping hand during the holidays. With the Adopt-A-Family program, Carlmont classes are able pick a family that they want to "adopt", in which they aid in buying and donating gifts and supplies that their...

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