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Miles Ramsdell-Ray, a junior, and Raffi DeSoto, a senior, enact the absurdist one act

One Acts offer a great experience for audience and performers

March 29, 2017

Miles Ramsdell-Ray, a junior, whips out a knife and holds it threateningly before him. The eyes of his target, Raffi DeSoto, a senior, widen as the gravity of the situation ...

Students enjoy the clean campus as they stroll through the quad to throw away their food.

A clean campus promotes positive attitudes

March 19, 2017

Throwing away trash is not the top priority for every student. However, by eliminating the trash, students can make the campus look much cleaner and increase positivity throughout...

Chloe Kelly, a junior, reads the Valentine's Day notes in the hallway.

Valentine’s Day hearts create a positive atmosphere

February 17, 2017

On Feb. 14, students were greeted with personalized, heart-shaped valentines hung in C-hall. Since the beginning of the year, ASB has worked on this project to make sure that...

The cast members of

Spring musical ends with positive attitudes

February 15, 2017

The Carlmont spring musical, “Anything Goes,” held its opening night on Feb. 9 and ended with its last showing on Feb.12. Directed by Stephanie Maysonave and produced by...

Sophomore and Do Something commissioner in ASB,  Katie Wong catalogues a dress that was donated to Gowns for Girls.

Gowns for Girls benefits Carlmont community

May 11, 2016

A new and unique kind of drive is occurring at Carlmont during the month of May. Gowns for Girls is a drive which, unlike many other drives put on by ASB including the bloo...

Coach Steve Pendleton addresses his team at halftime during the Lady Scots' tie with Palo Alto High on Dec. 2.

Positive start for Lady Scots

December 4, 2013

The Junior Varsity Girls showed composure in their first preseason game of the season, tying Palo Alto High 0-0 on Dec. 2. After weeks of tough cuts and long practices, the...

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...

Carlmont baseball off to a positive start

March 10, 2011

[media-credit id=1 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] Carlmont's varsity baseball team has begun its season with a strong start. On Tuesday, Mar. 8, the Scots played their fifth game of the season against Westmoor H...

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