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All are welcome at Playlist Club

All are welcome at Playlist Club

Nyah Dompier-Norrbom, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018


Filed under Campus

The Playlist Club is a way for students to bond over new and old music alike. Newly founded, the club is open to all who want to share music, relax, and meet new people. Supporting the Playlist Club are friends of Isabella Peterson and Tori Balsam-Ashling, both freshman and the club founders. Going...

Girls varsity volleyball wins first league game

Girls varsity volleyball wins first league game

Sean Vanderaa, Staff Writer

September 7, 2018


Filed under Sports

Four thrilling matches were all it took for the Carlmont girls' varsity volleyball team to take the win over Aragon High School. The first match got off to a great start for the Scots. Led by Elizabeth Prozell, a senior, they took a 6-0 lead. The Aragon Dons battled back, however, eventually bringin...

Seniors sign to play college sports

Seniors sign to play college sports

Skylar Weiss, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018


Filed under Sports

On Wed. May 23, Carlmont seniors publicly committed to playing on a college sports team during a signing ceremony. Parents, friends, and fellow teammates gathered in the Stogner Gym during lunchtime to give their loved ones support. Of those seniors, Josef Gonzalez, Henry Reich, Jackson Velschow,...

‘Art at Play’ helps to beautify the Belmont community

‘Art at Play’ helps to beautify the Belmont community

Ailee Lim, Staff Writer

May 10, 2018


Filed under News, Top News

A scene of children playing a the playground would not be complete without the bright colors of the play structure. In an effort to help add more color to playgrounds, Art at Play is coming to help make the Belameda Park brighter. Art at Play is dedicated to helping beautify Belmont by adding art ar...

Student directed ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ hits the stage

Student directed ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ hits the stage

Charlie McBrian, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018


Filed under Campus, Top News

Laughter filled the studio theater Thursday night as the audience was treated to a performance of Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest,” directed by Carlmont seniors Tessa Bagby and Jasmine Zang. This is the sixth student-directed play in the past seven years and the second Carlmont drama production of the year. "I'm thoroughly impressed wi...

Varsity boys’ volleyball plays their best game of the season

Varsity boys’ volleyball plays their best game of the season

Mackenzie O'Connell, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018


Filed under Sports

Although the season is coming close to the end for boys' volleyball, the players refuse to hang up their jerseys. On April 19, the Scots dominated the court against the Aragon Dons. The Scots ended the night winning three out of the four sets against the highly skilled team. As soon as the first whistle was blown, ...

Kabuki play honors Japanese culture

Kabuki play honors Japanese culture

Ailee Lim, Staff Writer

April 19, 2018


Filed under News, Top News

The bright, intricate costumes. The sound of the banjo-like shamisen. The audience cheering. These are all important aspects of kabuki. Kabuki is a Japanese performing art, coming in the form of plays and dances. The San Mateo Kabuki Club celebrates kabuki by watching a performed play on a movie s...

Spring play reminds viewers to appreciate the little joys of life

Spring play reminds viewers to appreciate the little joys of life

Sophia Wolczko, Staff Writer

April 24, 2017


Filed under Campus, Top News

The barista looks up, smiles, and hands a cup of steaming coffee across the counter. The fragrance is pleasant and the warmth is comforting. Each small sip brings a burst of flavor and a mind-opening energy boost. The room is lively and bright, the coffee is good, and the day is just beginning. T...

Athletes are stigmatized based on the sport they play

Athletes are stigmatized based on the sport they play

Kelsey Chandra, Staff Writer

February 19, 2017


Filed under Features

A common stereotype circling around the athletic community is the dumb jock. A dumb jock is a person exactly as their name makes them seem, someone who is less intelligent than average, but very athletic. Yet many athletes defy this stereotype. Freshman soccer player Soni Kanaya said, “My ...

‘The Diner on Washington Street’ proves the capabilities of students

‘The Diner on Washington Street’ proves the capabilities of students

Sophie Haddad, Multimedia Editor

April 24, 2016


Filed under A&E, Top News

"Basically what I'm saying with this play is, 'Listen. Stop latching on to ideas, because ideas only get you so far, and some of them are just plain lies. Live in the real world. Truly live your life. Live it how you want to live it, on your own terms. Define your life, and also live with other people,...

Driven students make spring play possible

Driven students make spring play possible

Alexandra Stein, Staff Writer

February 28, 2016


Filed under Campus

Student-written and student-directed, with the drama department providing costumes and parents painting sets, this year's spring play is a community effort. This year's spring play, "Beyond the Pages," is in full swing of rehearsals in preparation for performance. The spring play is unique compared...

Filipino Club and Varsity Volleyball play a spirited Carlmont Cup

Filipino Club and Varsity Volleyball play a spirited Carlmont Cup

Brooke Chang, Staff Writer

October 1, 2015


Filed under Campus

Varsity Volleyball and Filipino Club showed their spirit in an intense showdown during round two of Carlmont Cup. Before the match had even begun, Varsity Volleyball and Filipino Club showed their dedication in a loud dispute over junior Chris Ding. Ding is a part of the Filipino club as well as the...

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