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Career Center helps students prepare for the future

Career Center helps students prepare for the future

Sophie Lynd, Staff Writer

April 26, 2017


Filed under Campus, Campus Thoughts

Many teenagers experience more freedom from parents and authority figures as they navigate high school. However, these freedoms often come with more responsibility, such as getting a job. Luckily for Carlmont students, mobile apps teacher Kristine Govani posts job flyers and work permits on a bulletin...

Dead Poets Society express themselves through poetry

Dead Poets Society express themselves through poetry

Cameron Garcia Brown, Staff Writer

April 20, 2017


Filed under Campus, Campus Thoughts, Self-Identity and Happiness, Student Perspective, Student Voices

Carlmont's poetry club, the Dead Poets Society, prides itself on taking the name of the well-known Robin Williams movie. Both students in Carlmont and the movie are able to express themselves through their poetry. The Dead Poets Society is a place where students are able to share their poems with ...

Students share opinions of presidential candidates

Students share opinions of presidential candidates

Ivy Nguyen, Staff Writer

September 14, 2015


Filed under Campus Thoughts, Student Perspective, Student Voices

Students are the future of America, and high school is where opinions begin to form about the politics that will lead America in the years to come. However, there are many students who are unaware of the details of the 2016 election or even the election process in general. Freshman Seema Wadhwa...

Student perception of teachers

Student perception of teachers

December 6, 2013


Filed under Campus Thoughts

Along with the work, stress, and struggle a school teacher goes through, a reputation from students follows them throughout their career. Martin Turkis, a world languages and AP-English teacher, has a reputation by his students young and old. Many people have different opinions about Turkis and his r...

Newspapers are becoming increasingly irrelevant to teenagers: Why some students don’t read “The Highlander”

Newspapers are becoming increasingly irrelevant to teenagers: Why some students don’t read “The Highlander”

Angela Perez de Tagle, Staff Writer

December 2, 2013


Filed under Campus Thoughts

Read this. Are you still reading? Is this even relevant to you? Let’s be honest. Teenagers just don’t care, and it’s astonishing for students to bother reading beyond the news headline. Though newspapers have been an abiding tradition dating back to the early 18th century, the fact...

The reality behind high school love

The reality behind high school love

Justine Phipps, Scots Scoop Editor

November 20, 2013


Filed under Campus Thoughts

We can all recall the tragic story of Romeo and Juliet: two teenagers met, fell madly in love, got married, and within four days killed themselves because they could not live without each other. Teenagers seem to remember how Romeo and Juliet were so “in love” with each other. This, along with ...

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