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‘Boarding House Reach’ is a boundary pushing rock and roll experience

‘Boarding House Reach’ is a boundary pushing rock and roll experience

Charlie McBrian, Staff Writer

August 28, 2018


Filed under Reviews

I hear the phrase 'rock is dead' all too often these days. While I don't personally believe this, there is truth behind the statement. Rock is certainly less popular now than it ever has been. In the past 30 years, rock has steadily declined in prominence, with adult-alternative bands, like Trai...

Reach Out Hangout celebrates Thanksgiving

Reach Out Hangout celebrates Thanksgiving

Sarah Cheung, Segment Producer

November 19, 2017


Filed under ScotCenter, ScotCenter: Campus

Sarah Cheung reports on the Reach Out Hangout on Nov. 17.

Reach Out club focuses on including students

Reach Out club focuses on including students

Marina Ferme, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017


Filed under Campus

Reach Out club encourages students to put themselves out of their comfort zones and get in more social environments by having a safe, fun space to go to. The club holds meetings every first and third Friday of the month, where they have lunch and play fun easy games that are created by the Reach ...

Reach Out Club creates a safe haven

Reach Out Club creates a safe haven

Olivia Chow, Staff Writer

February 22, 2017


Filed under Campus

Every first and third Friday of the month, students gather at T13 for Reach Out Club, an extension of the ASB commission, Reach Out. Members range from commission members to English Language Learner students to anyone who wants to join. Their goal is to "create a safe environment for [members] to...

Reach out lends a helping hand to students

Reach out lends a helping hand to students

Izzy Mitchell, Staff Writer

November 21, 2016


Filed under Campus, Top News

Imagine, a boy who sits alone during lunch, but he's not doing it by choice. This boy has a social disability and can't communicate with fellow students. There is now a solution for this boy and students like him. Over the past three years, the Reach Out Commission of ASB has been working to include ...

Carlmont clubs reach out to students

Carlmont clubs reach out to students

Sophie Haddad, Multimedia Editor

September 22, 2015


Filed under Multimedia, Podcasts

Interviews with Activities Director Jim Kelly, Human Relations Supervisor Cailan Cumming, and Culture Commission Supervisor Tara Shahrvini illuminate the new policies and tactics clubs are engaging in this year following Clubs Fair.    ...

Sexual offenders reach settlement on Good Friday and commemorate Audrie Pott’s death

Sexual offenders reach settlement on Good Friday and commemorate Audrie Pott’s death

Victor Li, Staff Writer

April 6, 2015


Filed under News

After two and a half years, Larry and Lisa Pott were able to forgive the teenage boys who sexually assaulted their daughter. It happened on Sept. 12, 2012, when 15-year-old Audrie Pott from Saratoga High School hanged herself a week after being sexually assaulted by three male classmates whom she...

DECA inspires entrepreneur River Manochio to reach greater heights

DECA inspires entrepreneur River Manochio to reach greater heights

Connie Yi, Staff Writer

January 7, 2015


Filed under Campus, Student Bios

Finding a passion to pursue is a difficult decision for most but not for sophomore River Manochio. Manochio joined a club called DECA in the beginning of his sophomore year, which is a business club where future entrepreneurs and businesspeople come together and compete against each other to win...

College sports reach Carlmont athletes

February 27, 2013


Filed under As seen in print

Imagine what it would be like if you got the opportunity to play your favorite sport in college and get paid to do so. All the years of practicing your sport almost finally pays off when a college coach recognizes your talent and skill. It’s a very big deal when a high school athlete is being recruited...

Varsity boys soccer unlikely to reach CCS

Varsity boys soccer unlikely to reach CCS

February 17, 2011


Filed under Sports

   The Carlmont boys soccer team lost their final two regular season games, dooming their chances of reaching CCS.    The Scots faced Menlo-Atherton at home on Monday, on Senior Day. However, senior defender Kevin Petrie was unable to play due to a red card in their previous game.    This absence showed on the field, as the Scots back line was unstabl...

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