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CTTA sets the stage for Naviance training night

CTTA sets the stage for Naviance training night

March 8
Filed under Campus

On March 7 at 5 p.m., the Carlmont Technical Theater Association (CTTA) prepared the Performing Arts Center (PAC) for a Naviance training session for freshman parents.  “We are helping tech a counselor event,” said sophomore Katie Hill. “Basically, CTTA does the lights and sounds for the show.”...

Carlmont Instrumental Chamber Music Night offers new variety

Carlmont Instrumental Chamber Music Night offers new variety

Sophia Wolczko, Staff Writer
March 6
Filed under Campus

The theater dims. The stage lights up. Out from behind the curtain come two smiling musicians, flushed with excitement and ready to perform. They begin to play, music filling the theater and captivating the audience. Just minutes before, the musicians had been feverishly practicing, making the band...

After the night, there is mourning

After the night, there is mourning

Armon Mahdavi, Staff Writer
February 22
Filed under Opinion

Seeing a loved one get buried deep into the earth really makes you realize that the true power of love is exemplified through immense suffering. The trouble with getting older is not your own journey towards death, but the fact that those in your life, whom you’ve loved and cherished, begin to f...

The Scots tie the Panthers on senior night

The Scots tie the Panthers on senior night

Mackenzie O'Connell, Staff Writer
February 10
Filed under Sports

The Lady Scots stormed up the field as they played with motivation in honor of the seniors under the pouring rain. On Feb. 9 the Scots played a rough game against the Panthers. Though the weather conditions caused the field to be slippery, and the ball was hard to control the Scots kept the ball on the...

Scots celebrate senior night with a win

Scots celebrate senior night with a win

Avery Adams, Staff Writer
October 26
Filed under Sports, Top News

Bleachers filled. Walls decorated. Deafening cheers echoing throughout the gym. On Oct. 25 the Scots celebrated their senior night with a victory over the Half Moon Bay Cougars. Despite their slow start, the Lady Scots gained momentum by the middle of the second set and remained resilient throughout...

Carlmont continues their slow start on opening night

Carlmont continues their slow start on opening night

Izzy Mitchell, Staff Writer
September 4
Filed under Sports

On Sept. 2, Carlmont varsity lost 50-28 at home to the Woodside Wildcats after a slow start that began with multiple errors, giving Woodside an early lead in the first quarter. However, Carlmont continued to build off from their strong second half with Aragon last week. The Scots were able to return...

An entertaining night at Benihana

An entertaining night at Benihana

Miranda Irwin, Staff Writer
January 19
Filed under A&E

The Japanese restaurant Benihana is known for its unique idea of entertaining guests by cooking their food in front of them. Benihana is located off of Bayshore Hwy in Burlingame, Calif. Benihana is not a restaurant one would want to go to in sweats and a t-shirt. It is a place where people can ...

Night walk shines light on cancer

Night walk shines light on cancer

Megan Tao, Staff Writer
November 12
Filed under Campus

The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society lit up the streets of downtown Palo Alto on Nov. 1. This past weekend, the Youth Against Cancer Club volunteered at the Light The Night Walk event.  Participants of this event showed their support for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society by walking around downtown Palo...

DaBaldo returns for Jazz Night

DaBaldo returns for Jazz Night

Sarah Schisla, Staff Writer
May 18
Filed under A&E

On Friday, May 16, Carlmont's semi-annual Jazz Night marked the return of director John DaBaldo (JD) to "JD and the Carlmont Jazz" after a three-month absence. DaBaldo said, "I'm thrilled to be back. I missed Carlmont, and I particularly missed my students." He returned with only three rehearsals...

Chamber Music Night impresses

Chamber Music Night impresses

Sarah Schisla, Staff Writer
March 2
Filed under A&E

On Friday, Feb. 28, Carlmont's Chamber Music Night entertained its audience with a wide range of musical styles, including classical, jazz, and even a Pink Floyd cover. Senior Andrew Sohrabi said, "The variety of style kept me engaged throughout the night and felt refreshing compared to a typical...

Alternative artists make an unforgettable night of music

Alternative artists make an unforgettable night of music

Marco Sevilla, Staff Writer
December 11
Filed under A&E, Top News

On Dec. 7, the second night of Live 105's musical event, Not So Silent Night, the crowds were large and the anticipation was huge. With performances from many alternative powerhouses, the concert was surely a night fans could never forget. The event was held at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif. wher...

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