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The new traffic light at the intersection of Ralston and South creates mixed feelings. Some think it will help traffic but others feel differently.

New stoplight on Ralston Avenue works to ease traffic

October 21, 2018

The traffic that faces people going on Ralston Avenue is difficult to manage. A commute that would normally take a few minutes can end up becoming a much longer one. In hopes...

Principal Ralph Crame works to reduce student stress

Principal tries to reduce student ‘Angst’ with movie

October 8, 2018

There’s no doubt that high school is an anxious time. Almost one in three adolescents will meet the criteria of an anxiety disorder before the age of 18, according to a study fr...

Carlmont's new Path Water bottles are the first sustainable aluminum water bottles.

Carlmont on the path to sustainability

January 23, 2018

The idea of a green planet is a prominent topic in our world today, especially among youth. Carlmont has recently contributed to this trend with new products to help save the e...

Security cameras stalk students, reduce crime

December 5, 2012

As of right now, there are 48 security cameras located on the Carlmont campus, keeping an eye on everything students do. And that is probably a good thing. To deter potential crimes and catch footage of illegal activity, Carlmont High School hired Ojo Technologies, a company specializing in installing video surveillance systems, three years ago to install security cameras on campus. Carlmont...

How to reduce global warming

May 13, 2011

Global warming has become one of the world's biggest problems today. Burning fossil fuels raises the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere which creates the greenhouse effect and global...

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