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The real way to run

The real way to run

Sarah Schisla, Scot Scoop Editor-in-Chief

November 4, 2013

Running is not the “natural skill” that everyone seems to think it is. Without knowing the proper running technique, it is possible that someone could be running incorrectly. There are different techniques for distance running and for sprinting. Cross Country Head Coach Al Schmidt said, “For distance,...

Senioritis is REAL

February 27, 2013

Let’s face it. At this time during the school year, many of us have hit a brick wall and simply don’t care about being diligent in our work anymore. For many, including myself, senioritis begins after receiving the first acceptance letter from a college or university. An acceptance letter reminds...

Senioritis is NOT real

February 27, 2013

Walking through the halls, sitting in class, looking at my twitter feed, I constantly hear the words “second semester senior” roll easily off the tongues of my classmates. It seems that as soon as we can call ourselves that, second semester seniors, we are magically supposed to contract this horrible...

The holiday competition: real or fake?

December 5, 2012

A symbol of the holiday season, the Christmas tree is an important part of the Christmas experience if one celebrates the holiday. Whether one decides to have a fake or real tree, however, is also a part of the experience. Students at Carlmont definitely have their own preferences, usually depending...

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