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District 13 Senate candidates warm up as polar caps melt

District 13 Senate candidates warm up as polar caps melt

January 18, 2020

The bustling crowd filed into the theatre as people anxiously awaited the candidates' arrival to the stage. Moderator Dave Pine, a climate and environmental advocate of San ...

Scots duo stays on path to State

Scots duo stays on path to State

November 17, 2019

While the Carlmont boys were unable to qualify for State as a team, two runners were able to push through, breaking PRs and securing their spots at the California Interscholastic...

Down their top three runners, the girls fall short at CCS

November 17, 2019

Going into this season, the expectations were high for the Lady Scots. With a strong returning roster from last year, the team's main goal was to qualify for State. However, as top runners such as Allie Ayers and Kaimei Gescuk, seniors, and Sabrina Jackson, a junior, sustained injuries late in the season, the fate of the girls soon became one of uncertainty. After this season's first PAL race at...

‘The Hate U Give’ reemphasizes the abnormality of gun violence

Katie Wheeler, Staff Writer

September 7, 2019

The 444 pages of Angie Thomas’ “The Hate U Give” go by faster than a bullet. The novel centers around Starr Carter, a black teenager who, on top of an average high school student’s drama, comes face-to-face with gun violence, gang activity, and racism every day. By the age of 16, Starr has already witnessed two extreme instances of gun violence. Her best friend Natasha is just 10...

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Rachel Hunter, Writer

May 30, 2019

 

How Weird Street Faire

May 15, 2019

The How Weird Street Faire was held in San Francisco where people express themselves in weird ways, view art, and dance to techno music.

Educated Guesses Episode Four: “Presidencies are weird. I’m just going to start with that”

Educated Guesses Episode Four: “Presidencies are weird. I’m just going to start with that”

May 7, 2019

Join Emma and Molly this week as they drive around the Bay Area in Emma's Car. Listen to them talk about plane crashes, "Game of Thrones," Ashton Kutcher, and try not to crash into the cars in front o...

JV baseball mercy rules Sacred Heart Prep

JV baseball mercy rules Sacred Heart Prep

May 3, 2019

The Carlmont JV baseball team handily defeated conference opponent Sacred Heart Prep in a five-inning bout on Wednesday, May 1. The Scots took care of business on a sunny afternoon at Carlmont, maintaining thei...

Juice Wrld lights up the stage in San Francisco

Juice Wrld lights up the stage in San Francisco

May 2, 2019

While San Francisco residents went about their typical Monday routines, 8,500 people danced the night away inside the Civic Auditorium at a Juice Wrld concert. Out of the 18 shows on the tour, American rapper Juice Wrld made a stop in San Francisco, C...

Scots swim past Burlingame with eyes set on PAL finals

Scots swim past Burlingame with eyes set on PAL finals

April 20, 2019

The Carlmont swim teams completed the four-way sweep of Burlingame High School in their final meet before Peninsula Athletic League (PAL) qualifiers. On Senior Day, the Scots swam hard and fa...

Philosophy Club ‘Kant’ stop discussing

Philosophy Club ‘Kant’ stop discussing

April 20, 2019

Every Thursday, Philosophy Club meets in A2 to read and discuss philosophical texts. “We are a group of students who are interested in reading philosophy and thinking a lot,”...

Opinion: G(un) safe

Opinion: G(un) safe

April 20, 2019

Guns are not toys. They are not to be waved around on Instagram or held up on Snapchat while teenagers mouth the lyrics to their favorite song. Guns are dangerous. Accordi...

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