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Boys varsity soccer players put their best foot forward at tryouts

November 8, 2019

This winter season, tensions were high at the 2019 boys varsity soccer tryouts with 43 boys trying out, and only 26 of them making the team.  The overarching goal of tryouts...

Basketball tryouts aren’t all about skills

November 6, 2019

Players trying out for JV girls basketball worked hard for three days straight to fight for a spot on the team. The tryout for JV was mixed with varsity players as well, so...

Scots struggle in final away game versus Cougars

November 2, 2019

The Cougars had the ball ten times. They scored a touchdown on eight of these drives. That's how the game went for the Scots in a 56-7 loss to undefeated Half Moon Bay on...

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SF Cider Fest offers fall-themed fun for everyone

Recent News Stories

San Mateo County responds to climate crisis

November 12, 2019

Concerned members of the San Mateo County Democracy for America (SMCDFA) met with Dave Pine, a member of the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors, to hear how the county...

Belmont Library’s Diwali celebration warms hearts

November 12, 2019

Chatter and loud music echoed from inside the Belmont Library, where an annual Diwali celebration took place as participants laughed and bonded over a tradition-filled holiday. Diwali,...

Día de los Muertos festival is alive with tradition

November 9, 2019

  The Redwood City Dia de los Muertos festival brought together the Hispanic community to celebrate a meaningful occasion in their Latin heritage. The non-profit...

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Cultural minorities haunt during Halloween

Recent Features Stories

Fair Play

November 1, 2019

After more than a century, California’s legislature challenged the legacy of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has instilled in the very fabric of collegiate...

Climate justice now, homework later

October 21, 2019

“Climate justice, now!” chanted hordes of young protesters marching in the streets of San Francisco.  Thousands of people, from toddlers to senior citizens, kicked...

Save the Music 2019

October 21, 2019

Not a single student at Carlmont knows a world without music class at school; it was simply a part of their elementary school careers. Fourth and fifth grade meant music...

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Cultural minorities haunt during Halloween

Cultural minorities haunt during Halloween

November 3, 2019

Children are skipping down the street, dressed up as skeletons, witches, and ghosts. Bright smiles are disguised by their face paint; jack-o-lantern-shaped baskets are dangling in their hands.  On your way to...

Anniversary of the Loma Prieta jolts earthquake concerns

Anniversary of the Loma Prieta jolts earthquake concerns

October 31, 2019

In 1989, the Loma Prieta earthquake rattled the Bay Area, causing $6 billion in damage, 3,757 injuries, and 63 deaths.  The anniversary of this earthquake marks the most destructive earthquake in California's...

Opinion: Kanye’s ‘Jesus Is King’ is perfect

Opinion: Kanye’s ‘Jesus Is King’ is perfect

October 29, 2019

Let’s get this straight: Kanye doesn’t care what you think. He probably doesn’t care what anybody thinks. In fact, this attitude is most likely the reason you love him, or the reason you hate him. Yet,...

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