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Soccer players’ calendars are booked for the holidays

Recent Sports Stories

Carlmont varsity boys basketball crumble late in loss to Hillsdale

December 8, 2019

Exactly one year from the date where the Scots played Hillsdale in their last tournament, the new year brought a change in the script. While Carlmont saw themselves take a...

The life skills learned from sports

December 5, 2019

Leadership. Confidence. Teamwork. Competition. These are all essential attributes that are necessary for everyday life. The Carlmont JV boys soccer team exemplified...

Saint Francis knocks down Carlmont in 45-36 victory

December 5, 2019

Carlmont girls JV basketball suffered their first loss of the season against Saint Francis High School on Dec. 4. The match was one of three in the Mountain View tournament,...

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Eucalyptus Street tradition perseveres despite changes in policy enforcement

Recent News Stories

Hometown Holidays celebration provides opportunities for all

December 11, 2019

The sight of fake snow and the sounds of Christmas music were just two of the main features of the Hometown Holidays celebration. The annual Hometown Holidays celebration...

CuriOdyssey lights the way for children’s future in science

December 8, 2019

The CuriOdyssey museum has exhibits ranging from bobcats and rolling ball sculptures to plasma spheres, all to help it fulfill its mission of inspiring kids with science. "At...

San Carlos families have a ‘de-light-ful’ time at the Night of Holiday Lights

December 8, 2019

A stiff breeze wafted down Laurel Street, ushering in dark, rain-filled clouds. A sign advertising “Basic Beauty” was ripped from a pop-up tent and blew down the street....

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‘Bach’ to the classics

Recent Features Stories

When a Tower Falls

November 6, 2019

If you took an image of any of the 15 fires that have afflicted California in the last week, it would look like a snapshot from hell. Here in the Belmont-San Carlos area,...

Cultural minorities haunt during Halloween

November 3, 2019

Children are skipping down the street, dressed up as skeletons, witches, and ghosts. Bright smiles are disguised by their face paint; jack-o-lantern-shaped baskets are dangling...

Fair Play

November 1, 2019

After more than a century, California’s legislature challenged the legacy of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has instilled in the very fabric of collegiate...

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San Carlos families have a ‘de-light-ful’ time at the Night of Holiday Lights

San Carlos families have a ‘de-light-ful’ time at the Night of Holiday Lights

December 8, 2019

A stiff breeze wafted down Laurel Street, ushering in dark, rain-filled clouds. A sign advertising “Basic Beauty” was ripped from a pop-up tent and blew down the street. A group of boys played on the road, pretending...

‘Knives Out’ is utterly ingenious

‘Knives Out’ is utterly ingenious

December 4, 2019

Last Friday, I had the pleasure of laying back in my chair and snacking on popcorn while I watched Rian Johnson’s “Knives Out” in theaters.  I have much to say about this film, but first let me break down...

“The End Of The F***ing World 2” ruins its already perfect ending

“The End Of The F***ing World 2” ruins its already perfect ending

December 3, 2019

Ava Richards offers her thoughts on the second season of "The End Of The F***ing World," explaining its major faults and minimals assets. Some of her talking points include the purpose, visual appeal, and acting...

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The student news site of Carlmont High School in Belmont, California.