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Where does your money go?

Where does your money go?

Alisa Takahashi, Staff Writer

January 31, 2015


Filed under Multimedia

Raising awareness does not always mean raising action

Raising awareness does not always mean raising action

Dana Benelli, Staff Writer

March 30, 2014


Filed under Features, Student Outlook

Quick—it’s March. Are you showing your support for National Women’s History Month? Did you eat your “pink ribbon” cereal this morning? Don’t forget to wear something dark blue for colorectal cancer awareness! Furthermore, March is also Brain Injury Awareness Month, Red Cross Month, Self...

Everyone does it

Everyone does it

Ivy Nguyen, Staff Writer

March 27, 2014


Filed under Multimedia

A student who does more than most

A student who does more than most

Sarah Boro, Editor

March 19, 2014


Filed under Campus, Volunteering

Who has time these days to finish homework, do chores, study for tests, and remain sane? Imagine adding a heaping load of volunteering into the monthly mix. However, sophomore Kamrin Choye does all of the above while fulfilling her moral responsibility to the community. Through Carlmont, Choye participates...

JV football does well in first league game

JV football does well in first league game

October 11, 2013


Filed under Sports, Top News

The Carlmont Scots started off with a great win for their first league game against the Hillsdale Knights on Oct. 10, 2013. The JV game at Hillsdale concluded with a score of  53-30. Despite the weather showing that winter is approaching with the chilly winds, the Scots refused to let Mother Nature...

Your life questions answered: Why does everyone hate Nickelback?

Your life questions answered: Why does everyone hate Nickelback?

Iris Berber, Staff Writer

October 9, 2013


Filed under A&E

For years, people have pondered the reason behind the extreme mockery toward Nickelback. Where did this passionate dislike for the band originate? Research shows there are literally groups of people that come together to protest this universal joke that is Nickelback. For one, if you were to type...

Everyone wants to know: What does the fox say?

Everyone wants to know: What does the fox say?

Marco Sevilla, Staff Writer

September 25, 2013


Filed under A&E

The internet community has found a new thing to obsess over: the "ancient mysteries" of fox sounds. If you haven't heard of "The Fox" by the Norwegian Duo, Ylvis, you probably will soon. Recent years have introduced more and more viral videos and songs. Many have either been pure entertainment - or ...

Why privacy does not matter anymore

May 2, 2013


Filed under As seen in print

It used to be that the most important concern of internet users was maintaining privacy. This notion was held by the generation who had grown up before there was an Internet, before our hyper-connected era. One would have thought it unwise to freely give out information on one’s place of work, date...

As social media matures, so does its users

Kristen Friis, Business Manager

May 2, 2013


Filed under As seen in print

What ever happened to MySpace, the forgotten social network? Instagram, Twitter and Facebook is what happened. As social networks come and go, many of us wonder; which one is the best? Facebook, created in 2004, is the number one social network with 1.06 billion users. That is approximately 1/7th of t...

Does SAT tutoring significantly help students?

February 27, 2013


Filed under As seen in print, Features

The SAT is a make it or break it situation. Students get four hours to test their knowledge and prove to colleges that they have academic promise. To battle this excruciating test, many students spend thousands of dollars on SAT tutoring. The tutoring is costly and much time is invested. After all the...

‘Hay Fever’ does not disappoint

‘Hay Fever’ does not disappoint

Dominic Gialdini, Highlander Entertainment Editor

November 18, 2012


Filed under A&E

In the intimate setting of the Black Box Theater, Carlmont's Performing Arts Department presented a well-executed portrayal of Noel Coward's humorous and ludicrous comedy, Hay Fever. Set in 1925 England, Hay Fever is the story of the irritable and unfittingly named Bliss family and the four g...

Cross country does well at final PAL meet of season

Cross country does well at final PAL meet of season

Sarah Klieves, Scot Scoop Editor-in-Chief

October 28, 2012


Filed under Sports

The Carlmont cross country team did well at the Pacific Athletic League Championship Meet on Saturday, Oct. 27 in Belmont at the Crystal Springs Course. The Scots placed second in frosh-soph boys, first in varsity boys, and third in varsity girls. In addition, varsity boys did well individually with senior Dani...

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