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Kaylene Lin

Kaylene Lin

2019-2020, 2020-2021

Kaylene Lin is currently a junior at Carlmont High School. She is interested in journalism because it's a way for her to learn more about the world and share her ideas.

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Millions of students across the country may process information differently because of learning disabilities.

Editorial: Destigmatizing learning disabilities is crucial

Editorial Staff, Editors April 11, 2021

Go to school. Get a job. Be successful. “Good morning!” It’s the Monday back from Spring Break for a classroom of kindergarteners. The teacher greets all of the students as they enter the...

Flourish: Stories of unconditional love

Kaylene Lin, Scot Scoop Editor February 25, 2021

The podcast, Our Footprint, hosted by Kaylene Lin, comes to a close after seven episodes.

Our Footprint: The full podcast

Kaylene Lin, Scot Scoop Editor December 15, 2020

Our Footprint Ep. 7: Erasing our tracks

Kaylene Lin, Scot Scoop Editor December 11, 2020

After six episodes of exploring the climate crisis and the many avenues for change, the largest takeaway is that anyone can get involved. So in the series's finale of Our Footprint, host Kaylene Lin talks...

Our Footprint Ep. 6: The new age of tech

Kaylene Lin, Scot Scoop Editor November 18, 2020

After centuries of unsustainable industrialization, a tech company whose mission is to fight climate change seems almost too good to be true. But, Ecosia, an innovative, new search engine that plants trees...

A student holds a sign to protest centuries of Native American oppression.

Editorial: Native people deserve more than an apology

Editorial Staff, Editors November 10, 2020

Over 20 million dead. Over 1.5 billion acres of land taken. Less than 7 million left nationwide. Propelled by racist sentiments and the glorious ideals of "liberty, freedom, and equality," Native Americans...

Our Footprint Ep. 4: International Bird Rescue

Kaylene Lin, Scot Scoop Editor October 21, 2020

"A bird that has been oiled, coming into care at the right time, can be fully washed and rehabilitated and released and live a very happy life." Often when talking about climate change, the main...

Our Footprint Ep. 2: Turning a new leaf

Kaylene Lin, Scot Scoop Editor September 23, 2020

In the last episode, we looked at how climate change is affecting the communities we live in. Whether it be through sinking land, statewide forest fires, or a pandemic, climate change is continuously affecting...

As protests for equality continue around the world, it is equally important to stay safe from the coronavirus and violence during the rallies.

Five ways to stay safe from COVID-19 while protesting

Kaylene Lin, Scot Scoop Editor June 14, 2020

With Black Lives Matter protests continuing across the Bay Area, it's important to stay as safe and healthy as possible. Here are a few tips on how to handle the pandemic while standing up for these important...

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Editorial Staff

2020-2021

The Scot Scoop editorial staff strives to maintain reliable reporting while covering the hard-hitting topics that interest our community. Content on Scot Scoop is managed, reviewed, and maintained by the editorial staff using a variety of tools and methods to produce, edit, and publish content daily. Editorial...

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A dog dressed as Superman walks the catwalk for YAP'S halloween costume contest.

Dogs serve tricks and treats at costume contest

Kaylene Lin and Erin Kee October 29, 2019

Ears up, tails wagging, and costumes on.  That's one small step for dog, one giant leap for dog-kind.  Or at least it was to the crowd that had gathered at Ghirardelli Square to witness YAP's first...

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