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Vegetarian Club takes a unique spin on a well known idea

Vegetarian Club takes a unique spin on a well known idea

Evan Davies, Staff Writer

October 22, 2014


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Vegetarian Club takes a well known idea, the support of a vegetarian life style, and presents it in a relaxed and friendly way. Some people might assume that a club with the primary goal of promoting vegetarianism would either be pretentious or derogatory towards anyone who isn't a vegetarian, however...

Feminist Club spreads gender equality awareness

Feminist Club spreads gender equality awareness

Megan Tao, Staff Writer

October 9, 2014


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Carlmont's Feminist Club strives to spread awareness about gender equality and feminism around Carlmont High School and the community. Senior Elise Dimick, the club's co-president, said,"Our goal is to educate students about feminism. We do this by expose students to the political, economic, and social...

Art Club colors Carlmont’s campus

Art Club colors Carlmont’s campus

Minh-Han Vu, Art Director

September 26, 2014


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Carlmont's Art Club was originally created with the singular goal to foster the creativity of its members. While this goal continues to be a primary focus of the Art Club, this year's president, Tina Enkhbat, and vice president, Amber Governale, have added to the club's growing list of ambitions. Governale...

Christian Club makes a fresh start

Christian Club makes a fresh start

Taran Sun, Scot Scoop Editor

September 17, 2014


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A community of God, a community of open arms. That is what Carlmont’s Christian Club aims to bring to campus. Junior Molly McDowell, Vice President of Christian Club, said, “The goal of the club is to be a group of people that anyone can join and feel welcomed, and it’s important to [have] a...

Euro Soccer Club kicks off

Euro Soccer Club kicks off

Kian Karamdashti, ScotCenter Sports Broadcaster

September 17, 2014


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For soccer fans attending Carlmont, the school week can be extra stressful to go through. On Sept. 16, Europe's top club soccer competition, the UEFA Champions League, kicked off its first round of games, as 32 different teams from all over Europe prepared to do battle over the nine month long tournament....

Armenian Club spreads awareness and culture

Armenian Club spreads awareness and culture

Claudia Leist, Staff Writer

September 13, 2014


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Whether it is participating in Clubs Fair, Heritage Fair, the April 24 Armenian Genocide Commemoration, or simply holding weekly meetings at lunch, the Carlmont Armenian Club represents the idea of uniting under a similar cause: preserving their culture and spreading their heritage. Every other Tue...

Jewish club off to a strong start

Jewish club off to a strong start

Becca Fradkin, Social Media Editor

September 9, 2014


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Coming back for their second year, Jewish Club has big plans for involving and connecting the Carlmont community. Co-president Andrew Wach said, "Our plan for this year is to really engage Carlmont students deeper into the more fun aspects of Jewish religion, outside of a forced religious setting.” The...

Key Club strives to better the community

Key Club strives to better the community

Angelina Castillo, Staff Writer

September 5, 2014


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Key Club is the largest international leadership organization for teenagers. With 5,000 clubs in 30 nations, Key Club groups like the Carlmont Key Club work to contribute to over 12 million hours of service each year. Senior Madison Norman said, "I joined freshman year, it's a good way to help out...

Feminist club aims to promote gender equality

Feminist club aims to promote gender equality

Naomi Asrir, Staff Writer

September 3, 2014


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Similar to other clubs at Carlmont aiming to give voice to several minority groups, the Feminist Club strives to educate students on the principles of feminism while discussing current events regarding gender bias in the media, politics, and more. The club is jointly administered by seniors Elise...

Ukulele Club strikes a chord with its members

Ukulele Club strikes a chord with its members

Danielle Schneider, Staff Writer

May 21, 2014


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“I just went in, played along with them, and it was fun.” This is a common experience among Ukulele Club members, as said by senior and president of the club, Liam Mercado. Ukulele Club was created about two years ago by a large group of students. "It kinda just happened," said Drew Jung, one of ...

Key Club takes part in the Special Games

Key Club takes part in the Special Games

Gianna Schuster, Scot Scoop Editor

May 12, 2014


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On March 29, 1979, the first Kiwanis Special Games were played on the Foothill College Fields. Walter D. Chronert, Betty Fairchild, and Sue Carr Katra from the Kiwanis Club of Los Altos Foundation Organization had reached their initial goal of addressing the physical and emotional needs of many severely...

Digital Arts Club illustrates their passion

Digital Arts Club illustrates their passion

Danielle Schneider, Staff Writer

May 7, 2014


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Many great artists come together to create works much bigger than themselves. This is no different in The Digital Arts Club, which joins the list of creative groups formed just this year. Senior Caitlin Stearns, president, and founder of the club, said, “I wanted to have a memorable senior year,...

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