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.

Scot Scoop News

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

Scot Scoop News

Julia Roseborough

Julia Roseborough, Scot Scoop Managing Editor

Julia Roseborough is a student at Carlmont High School and is a managing editor for Scot Scoop News. She is a senior enrolled in the journalism class this year and loves to write articles about psychology and volunteer events.

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People protest for their safety in school.

Editorial: Lives of United States citizens are worth more than a gun

May 31, 2022

Today is day 148 of 2022. In 148 days, the United States has experienced 214 mass shootings. A mass shooting occurs when four or more people are shot, not including the shooter. With more than half of...

People prepare care kits for the homeless community members of the Bay Area.

Editorial: Volunteers are essential during the pandemic

April 27, 2021

Amidst the pandemic, people are told to put their lives on hold, stay home, and take care of themselves. For many in the Bay Area, this idea has been logical; however, some continue to struggle, as they...

Dancers continue to work hard at their sport, as they follow COVID-19 guidelines.

Bay Area dance studios cope with the twists and turns of COVID-19

April 12, 2021

Hope has been a scarce find throughout the past year. Many search for inspiration and creativity through physical activities and outlets.  Dance has been one of these rare outlets for many people,...

People continuously become less aware of the  worth of simple social interaction.

Editorial: The youth of the Bay Area have lost the meaning of human interaction

November 29, 2020

"There's nothing to do here." "I'm bored of doing the same things." These statements represent quotidian thoughts in the lives of most teenagers and young adults from the Bay Area. Common places...

Student interns lead participants through a team-building exercise where they guess the names of the person sitting across from them.

Mexico mission trip preparation strengthens community and enlightens participants

March 10, 2020

All across the globe, harsh realities and daily difficulties occurring in the lives of many are unknown to numerous amounts of people. With the economy continually rising throughout the Bay Area, a...

Volunteers work to create homeless care packages throughout the morning.

Local couple seeks to improve lives of homeless through care packages

February 12, 2020

As the homeless population soars in the Bay Area, one local couple is trying to combat both the stigma and the hardships that homeless people face in society today. "The folks we see on the street are...

Student at Carlmont High School takes a break, and a moment to themselves, as they sit on the bleachers overlooking the field.

Differing personality types define the formation of relationships

January 27, 2020

The world is made up of billions of people, each different from the next, built up of two alternative personality types: the introvert and the extrovert. While people with introverted personalities tend...

Candidate Sally Lieber shares her opening statement as the other candidates and the moderator of the event sit and listen.

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 Mateo County Board of Supervisors,...

Artist and vender Debbie Arambula works to finish her painting as festival attendees walk by and observe her artwork.

San Mateo’s Harvest Festival carries on artistic tradition

November 19, 2019

The bustling crowd and lively activity at the San Mateo Harvest Festival attracted vendors and customers alike. The exhibitors of this festival all produce handmade goods to create the best possible festival...

Sophomores Eliot Ozaki and Sergio Contreras work together to successfully clean up the bushes on Laurel Street.

Laurel Street Clean Up unites the community

October 28, 2019

Local community members, from ages 12 to 18, joined with the San Carlos Youth Advisory Council on Oct. 26 to restore their downtown area, picking up any trash they saw along the streets. This event,...

Lanterns are placed in the water as they begin to light up the festival

San Francisco Water Lantern Festival sparks joy in hearts of many

October 7, 2019

As a connection to the past and a bridge to the future, the Water Lantern Festival of San Francisco creates a beautiful scene while warming people's hearts. The festival travels all around the country...

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