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Donating blood paves the way for saving lives

Donating blood paves the way for saving lives

Amy Fullerton, Staff Writer
March 10
Filed under Campus, Top News

It’s that time of the year again when blood starts being collected by the pint. This year’s blood drive, organized by the Do Something Commission and Red Cross Club, is an event dedicated to saving lives. Students who participate skip part of their school day to give about a pint of their own...

Sign up to save a life

Sign up to save a life

Adriana Kurtovich, Staff Writer
February 14
Filed under Campus

For many, saving a life is only one pint away. The Carlmont blood drive will be held on March 9 in the student union. Students can sign up in the quad from Feb. 13 to Feb. 24. The ASB Do Something commission is in the charge of the blood drive and commission members will check donors in and make...

Carlmont blood drive draws in many brave volunteers

Carlmont blood drive draws in many brave volunteers

Estella Lippi, ScotCenter Editor-in-Chief
October 29
Filed under ScotCenter

Estella Lippi reports on the fall blood drive.

Carlmont students donate blood to save lives – Bijan Khalili

Carlmont students donate blood to save lives – Bijan Khalili

Bijan Khalili, Reporter
March 14
Filed under ScotCenter

Bijan Khalili reports on Carlmont High School's second blood drive of the year, which was a huge success with 75 students volunteering to donate.  

Blood moon amazes Peninsula crowds after initial setback

Blood moon amazes Peninsula crowds after initial setback

Skylar Weiss, Staff Writer
October 1
Filed under News

An astronomical phenomenon happened on Sunday night, an event so rare that it will not happen again until 2033. Millions of people worldwide looked up into the night sky to watch the lunar eclipse, which coincidentally took effect during the same time period as the supermoon and harvest moon. Wha...

Staff and students donate blood

Staff and students donate blood

Avery Adams, Staff Writer
November 1
Filed under Top News

The needle tears through layers of delicate skin. She looks away, ready for the sting to cease. Thick dark blood travels up the tube. A life is saved. Junior Zoe Wildman is one of many Carlmont High School students who donated her blood to the American Red Cross during the Carlmont blood drive...

Blood Donations

Blood Donations

Minh Han Vu, Staff Writer
February 12
Filed under Multimedia

Blood drive provides a good way to give

Blood drive provides a good way to give

Melanie Hamaguchi, Staff Writer
January 22
Filed under Campus

Carlmont High School’s annual blood drive is around the corner, giving students the opportunity to donate their blood to help save lives. Carlmont has partnered with the American Red Cross in order to hold a blood drive located on the school campus on Feb. 7. The Associated Student Body is holding ...

Bastille’s ‘Bad Blood’ will take you on an adventure

Bastille’s ‘Bad Blood’ will take you on an adventure

Marco Sevilla, Staff Writer
November 6
Filed under A&E, Top News

The up-and-coming British band, Bastille, made their debut in the United States with their studio album, "Bad Blood." The album was released to mixed praise and a quickly growing fan base. After many name changes and mix tape releases, Bastille may have finally found their ladder to success. With thei...

Saving lives one drop of blood at a time

Saving lives one drop of blood at a time

Karissa Tom, Staff Writer
February 21
Filed under Campus

According to the Blood Centers of the Pacific website, just one pint of blood can save up to three peoples' lives. Carlmont students and teachers did some life saving by giving their blood to help those in need at the blood drive. A total of 67 students and teachers signed up to donate blood. The...

‘Django Unchained’: a masterpiece of blood and guts

‘Django Unchained’: a masterpiece of blood and guts

January 27
Filed under A&E

It's not often that a movie comes along that is, as Julie Andrews once said, "practically perfect in every way," and while Django Unchained is not a flawless movie, one could easily place it in the top tiers of cinema. Directed and written by acclaimed film mogul Quentin Tarantino, the story is a sim...

Carlmont ASB plans blood drive

Carlmont ASB plans blood drive

January 19
Filed under Campus

[media-credit name="Ember Drake" align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit]February is a time full of love, candy, and hearts, but instead of pumping out cheesy Valentine's cards, students are encouraged to pump out some blood for the annual blood drive on Feb. 21. Associated Student Body's Human...

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