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Utility box art brings color to Belmont

Utility box art brings color to Belmont

Sjoerd Huitema, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018


Filed under News, Volunteering

In order to make the utility boxes in Belmont more vibrant, the Belmont City Council and Parks and Recreation Commission have approved an art program. This program allows artists to paint the boxes and brighten up the city. Many of these boxes were plain and gray before the start of the program....

Film Club members picture their futures

Film Club members picture their futures

Danielle Schneider, Staff Writer

April 6, 2014


Filed under Campus

New clubs have been forming around Carlmont lately, ranging from Chipotle Club to Poker Club. Film Club is joining that list, created just one month after school began this year. Freshman Jason Jung, the club’s president, has been filmmaking since he was 12. He decided to take his experience and fo...

Looking at the bigger picture

Looking at the bigger picture

Michael Bastaki, Editor

April 20, 2013


Filed under Sports

Carlmont High School had a very subdued performance at the Aragon track meet on Thursday, April 18. Many of the Carlmont athletes were selected for the invitational Top 8 Meet on Friday, April 19, so they conserved their energy in order to make sure that they performed their best at the invitation...

The picture perfect profile

Ayesha Abbasi, Social Media Editor

March 21, 2013


Filed under As seen in print

Attempting some spring cleaning? How about trying to clean up that Facebook page. Imagine losing the choice at the college or job of your dreams all because of one silly Facebook post. This seems to be a fairly new reality for many students when applying to schools or looking for work. “A lot...

A picture is not really worth a thousand words

A picture is not really worth a thousand words

Veronika Dvorakova

November 14, 2012


Filed under Campus

Compressing the content of a novel into a two hour film is hard, and often leaves audience members frustrated with the way their favorite novel was portrayed. Would reversing the order in which it is done be advantageous? Reading a book before watching a movie that is based on the book often leaves...

Rocky Horror Picture Show viewed in Menlo Park’s Guild Theater

Rocky Horror Picture Show viewed in Menlo Park’s Guild Theater

October 20, 2011


Filed under Campus

High school students have recently discovered the appeal in attending midnight Rocky Horror Picture Show live shows in Menlo Park’s Guild Theater. The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a uniquely controversial movie, featuring risque scenes and sexual innuendos. Students can watch the movie being acted...

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