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Track: new season, same determination

Track: new season, same determination

March 9, 2012

[media-credit id=10 align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit]Thursday, March 8, Carlmont track participated in the second meet of the season against San Mateo High School. With the previous meet against Westmore successful, the competitors were eager for more. Among impressive races was the 200 meter...

Caught between summer and winter

Caught between summer and winter

March 9, 2012

[media-credit id=29 align="alignnone" width="225"][/media-credit] Recently, the weather at Carlmont has been switching between blazing hot and bitter cold and Carlmont's students struggle to adjust to the varying temperatures. The school has experienced temperatures uncharacteristic for March,...

KONY 2012: Carlmont students take initiative

KONY 2012: Carlmont students take initiative

March 7, 2012

[media-credit id=52 align="alignnone" width="195"][/media-credit]Awareness has been raised in remarkable fashion for Kony 2012 among the Carlmont student population. It started with a few students building off an idea. Carlmont students Danielle Rosenduft, Eshani Patel, and Luisa Zepeda started a Fa...

Technology changing the lives of people with disabilities

Technology changing the lives of people with disabilities

Gabriela d'Souza, ScotCenter Editor-in-Chief

March 6, 2012

Many people view technology as a way in which society is able to accomplish more feats such as multitasking, being entertained, and learning. “Technology has made great progress in the educational field and has come a long way in a short amount of time,” stated Franklin Rice. Now more than...

Carlmont varsity boys soccer dominate Jefferson High

March 5, 2012

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‘Ghost Rider’ fizzles out

‘Ghost Rider’ fizzles out

March 4, 2012

"Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" provides the audience with about as much enjoyable entertainment as hitting oneself in the face with a brick for ninety minutes, and is considerably more painful to sit through. Nicolas Cage (unfortunately) reprises his role as antihero Johnny Blaze, a man possessed...

Samoas or Thin Mints?

Samoas or Thin Mints?

March 3, 2012

Its cookie season and America's Girl Scouts are frantically selling cookies by the day to masses of Thin Mint craving and Samoa coveting people allover the country. For more than 80 years, Girl Scouts have sold cookies to fund their activities and events. Selling the cookies also is fun for the scouts...

La Corneta Taqueria: Disappointing and not worth the money

La Corneta Taqueria: Disappointing and not worth the money

March 3, 2012

This typical Mexican buffet style restaurant is located on San Carlos Avenue between Laurel Street and El Camino in San Carlos. Its menu consists of the usual Mexican cuisine from chile rellenos and enchilada plates to beef, chicken, and pork burritos. Along with a wine and beer selection, they serve...

AT&T’s ‘unlimited data’ limits

AT&T’s ‘unlimited data’ limits

March 2, 2012

[media-credit name="TechZoom" align="alignnone" width="200"][/media-credit] If you fall into the large majority of Americans that have a smartphone, you have probably exceeded your data plan before, which usually leads to a high fee on your next phone bill. While many see the solution to this problem to be ...

Lady Scots go natural

Lady Scots go natural

March 2, 2012

Three Carlmont girls show off their natural hair Many girls at Carlmont are taking part in a revolutionary new trend: embracing their natural hair. Instead of instincively reaching for one's hair styler of choice, whether it be the blow drier, straightener, or curler, a large number of girls are o...

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