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Natalie Doud

Natalie Doud

2018-2019, 2019-2020, 2020-2021

Natalie Doud is a senior at Carlmont High School and is the 2020-21 Editor-in-Chief of Scot Scoop. In her free time, she likes playing lacrosse, going to the beach, and drinking lots and lots of coffee. To check out her portfolio, click here. Twitter: @natdoud    ...

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Editorial: The presidential debate heightened extreme partisanship

Hyper-partisanship is on the rise, further separating the citizens of the U.S, most of which are Democratic or Republican.

Editorial Staff, Editors
October 15, 2020
Filed under 2020 Election, Editorials

Chaotic. Child-like. Pain-inducing. Those are just a few of the myriad words one could use to describe the first presidential debate of 2020 on Sept. 29. Behind the bickering were political stances and policies, yet it was increasingly difficult for the audience to grasp those crucial aspects of the debat...

Editorial: Students need to stop stressing about college in the midst of COVID-19

Many students are feeling an increase in stress with the obstacles presented by COVID-19.

Editorial Staff, Editors
April 26, 2020
Filed under Editorials, Opinion

The modern school system that we take part in has put a significant emphasis on working towards one specific goal throughout our high school career: college.  As students, we are told to work hard, study every day, and involve ourselves in extracurricular activities as much as possible to achieve...

Editorial: Free college tuition is too ambiguous

Expensive colleges like USC are making improvements to their financial aid programs.

Editorial Staff, Editors
March 1, 2020
Filed under Editorials, Opinion

When choosing which colleges to apply to, many factors come into play. For example, you may turn away from some of the U.S.'s top universities solely because of the very high and often unreasonable tuition. These top colleges include the Ivy Leagues, Stanford, Northwestern, University of Southern Califo...

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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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Blood drive draws student interest

Madison Palarca-Wong, a senior, calmly watches a blood technician draw her blood.

Natalie Doud, Editor-in-Chief
October 21, 2018
Filed under Campus

Instead of going to their classes on Thursday, 89 students signed up to give blood. ASB’s Do Something commission sets up two blood drives each school year, collecting around one pint of viable blood from each donor. The blood drive is a well-known event planned for months in advance by ASB member...

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Carlmont Journalism is a nationally renowned media arts program run by the students of Carlmont High School. Our staff of 130 people works to deliver the latest news to our student body of 2,500, their families, and the community. News, within our school and beyond, is important to us, so we are comm...

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