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  • With society heading back in the direction of normalcy, a positive outlook on the pandemic has taken the forefront of many people’s priorities when it came to their lifestyle. However, many fail to realize that the pandemic has engraved both negative and positive impacts on the lives of all people that will remain prominent, even when the pandemic comes to an end.

    Opinion

    Opinion: The pandemic will never be over

  • Due to the coronavirus, many regulations and cautions have been placed, making it harder to attend a Carlmont sports game. However, the school provided an outlet known as the NFHS Network to virtually view the athletes at work. Now, Scots fans have the power to watch most of the Carlmont games at the comfort of their own home.

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    Cartoon: Screening Sports

  • Quinn Felton, a young bicyclist, reflects on his passion for cycling and goals for the future.

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    Quinn Felton takes a road less traveled

  • Scots eBikes Ep. 1: Gaining traction

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    Scots eBikes Ep. 1: Gaining traction

  • Although the SAT can seem unnecessary to some, it can be others

    Opinion

    Opinion: Standardized testing should continue to be optional

  • Arospace Ep. 5: Landing at the season finale

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    Arospace Ep. 5: Landing at the season finale

  • By cultivating appreciation for every type of brain, the neurodiversity movement works for a future where people with autism are treated fairly.

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    Neurodiversity strives to amplify autistic voices

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    Terminology and the media

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    Controversy within advocacy communities

  • After several years, the mega-mansion known as "The One" is almost done being constructed despite having enough land area for hundreds of families to live.

    Opinion

    Opinion: Building mega-mansions is the worst thing to do

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Kai Yoshida

Kai Yoshida, Staff Writer

Kai Yoshida is currently a junior at Carlmont, and it is his second year of journalism. Yoshida is an avid soccer player and has been part of Carlmont's soccer team since freshman year. He also loves the outdoors and is enthusiastic about preserving it.

Twitter:@KaiYoshida8

All content by Kai Yoshida
Distance learning has no commute giving students and teachers more time to sleep.

The impact of school commutes

Kai Yoshida, Staff Writer
April 13, 2021
The S-wing is Carlmont's newest building. It has spacious classrooms and lets in lots of sunlight.

Campus atmosphere affects students

Kai Yoshida, Staff Writer
January 23, 2021
Spicy foods can simultaneously improve health and add an extra kick to a dish.

Some like it hot

Kai Yoshida, Staff Writer
December 31, 2020
Left: U.S. border patrol stops a large group of immigrants who were allegedly crossing the border illegally. Right: President Ford carries a South Vietnamese orphan during Operation Babylift in 1975.

Refugees: A test of humanity

Kai Yoshida, Staff Writer
April 14, 2020
By visiting their counselors, students who find themselves overwhelmed with homework can find a way to lessen stress.

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January 26, 2020
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