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

Scot Scoop News

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

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Adila Azizali

Adila Azizali, Staff Writer

Adila Azizali is a junior at Carlmont High School and this is her second year writing. She loves doing interviews and writing opinion pieces. She is interested in architecture and is involved in Mock Trial club.
Twitter: @AzizaliAdila

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Starbucks brings out their seasonal flavors in time for the holidays.

Starbucks seasonal drinks spice up the holiday season

November 10, 2020

It’s November, which means a cozy winter season and the return of Starbuck's specialty holiday drinks. The Starbucks holiday menu includes flavors and combinations of all things mirroring the season....

Adam Sandler stars in yet another comedy film for Halloween.

‘Hubie Halloween’ disappoints audiences with bad jokes and boring storyline

October 19, 2020

Atypical of the classic, gory Halloween movies, Netflix's newest release of "Hubie Halloween" takes on a lighthearted twist and a heartwarming story. Yet, the overdone jokes and slow storyline drown out...

On average, students spend three hours of social media everyday.

‘The Social Dilemma’ uncovers dangerous effects of technology on addictive behaviors

October 5, 2020

Over 70% of the world, mostly millennials, check their phones as soon as they open their eyes in the morning. This behavior goes widely unnoticed, yet it's quickly becoming a new norm for people worldwide. As...

Perhaps one of the most intriguing features included in the update are the accessible widget icons.

Apple encourages creative freedom among iOS14 users

September 21, 2020

For over a decade, Apple Inc. has been producing new phones and upgrades of its operating system, strengthening it each time. Apple introduced its latest update on September 16, labeled iOS14, and many...

Tamari Restaurant settles  in San Carlos with a alluring atmosphere.

Tamari Georgian restaurant offers authentic food and homey environment despite COVID-19

September 11, 2020

It isn't easy to find new places to eat, especially under new COVID-19 guidelines. There are countless restaurants, cafes, and bakeries to choose from, making it hard to know which ones are worth going...

Zoo director fears they may have to feed the animals to each other.

Germany zoo resorts to slaughtering animals as a food source for caged occupants

April 20, 2020

A pandemic strikes the world. Some are being left in desperate situations, even animals. According to Worldometer, there are 143,342 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 4,193 deaths in Germany. Meanwhile,...

A woman supports the helpless on the overpopulated street of Skid-Row.

Woman spends her quarantine helping the homeless

March 29, 2020

The streets are empty. Since the COVID-19 epidemic hit the world, everyone is quarantining in their homes. However, the population of the homeless are forgotten. Having no place to stay or a proper...

COVID-19 spreads through droplets in the air.

COVID-19 spreads to the Bay Area

March 7, 2020

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has made its way to counties in the Bay Area. With constant updates on the epidemic, individuals have decided to take the matter into their own hands. They have raced to the...

Prosecutors allege that Olivia Giannulli faked her profile to be accepted into the University of Southern California.

Ongoing college admissions scandal sparks controversy

February 15, 2020

Privilege. Luxury. Power. The three advantages the Giannulli family has over most. "Only the ones fortunate enough to cover their footsteps with money, which tend to be mostly Caucasian people, happen...

The Oscars are one of the most anticipated nights of the year.

Designer Mayes Rubeo makes history at the Oscars

February 12, 2020

The world stereotypes those who can be successful in a certain areaa based on their race, ethnicity, and personal beliefs. There was a large amount of shock and euphoria after Mayes Rubeo's design was...

Members of the Jewish Club share a presentation concerning the election in Israel.

Jews connect at Carlmont’s Jewish Club

December 5, 2019

Religion is a sensitive topic to touch on. Due to the different views and opinions based on the subject, it is adequately discussed. High school students have reached the age where they are able to formulate...

Students listen to Alex Karim, a software engineer, share a presentation about Lyft.

Girls Who Code Club inspires women to rise with potential

November 1, 2019

Many young teenage girls are intimidated when entering the field of computer science due to the vast majority of male competition. However, The Girls Who Code Club confronts these hesitations by providing...

DECA students gather at lunch to discuss upcoming events.

DECA installs a brighter future among their students

October 12, 2019

Carlmont DECA is a club that arranges students into their future ideals of business, management, and marketing finance. The purpose of the club is to guide students in competing events and to educate scholars...

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