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Girls Who Code Club supports women in computer science

Girls Who Code Club supports women in computer science

Alena Ruhstaller, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017


Filed under Campus

The Girls Who Code Club offers opportunities for girls at Carlmont to discover the language of code and explore the possibilities of computer science careers. The Girls Who Code organization, which started with 20 girls in New York City, is present in high school clubs in all corners of the United Stat...

The Hackathon: Students code the day away

The Hackathon: Students code the day away

Celine Yang, Scot Scoop Editor

January 18, 2017


Filed under News, Top News

Coding, collaborating, and creating -- all in 24 hours. You’re sitting at a table, surrounded by other high schoolers. The area around you is crowded with people, napkins, food, even a pyramid of soda cans, but you’re too busy to care. You’ve got 24 hours, so all of your attention is focused on...

Coders test their skills with competitions

Coders test their skills with competitions

Jackson Monge, Staff Writer

May 24, 2016


Filed under Campus

Computer science is a growing study among many students in Silicon Valley who seek it out for its very useful opportunities. By studying computer science, students learn the practical aspects of coding, and can use that knowledge in future jobs. Although computer science is a recreational hobby,...

The teacher’s dress code

The teacher’s dress code

Ariana Crame, Staff Writer

May 22, 2014


Filed under Campus

Some people know that teachers are supposed to look professional at work, but it shouldn’t be necessary for teachers to have to dress up every single day. Usually Fridays are the day that people tend to be more casual. Around campus students can see that teachers dress more casual on Fridays and...

Dress code is missing the mark

Dress code is missing the mark

Ariana Crame, Staff Writer

May 8, 2014


Filed under A&E, Top News

The school’s dress code is a popular topic for many people. The Feminist Club has had many discussions about the dress code. They have also hosted Principal Lisa Gleaton at one meeting so that the students of the club could understand the administration's point of view, and so Gleaton could get...

Warm weather makes for dress code enforcement

Warm weather makes for dress code enforcement

Elena Mateus, Staff Writer

March 16, 2014


Filed under Campus

As the weather begins to change, so does the attire that students wear on campus. "It's getting warmer, so it's only normal for people to start wearing shorts," said sophomore Gabrielle Dimick.   The most basic rules for dress code are the three B's: No butts, bellies, or breasts visible. Most conflicts surrounding dress co...

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