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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.

Scot Scoop News

Masha Rozenfeld

Masha Rozenfeld, Staff Writer

Masha Rozenfeld is a junior at Carlmont and this is her second year with Scot Scoop. She wants to keep people informed through journalism and help people see both sides of a story. Other than journalism, Masha enjoys, playing soccer, traveling, and hanging out with her friends.

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A member of the Rotary Club of East Palo Alto helps an attendee of the festival plant a basil seed into a biodegradable cup.

Love Our Earth Festival promotes sustainable living

Masha Rozenfeld, Staff Writer April 17, 2024

With Earth Day approaching, East Palo Alto celebrated by hosting the annual Love Our Earth Festival this past Saturday. The event featured a variety of vendors advocating for sustainable living, emphasizing...

Jason Desouza, a Byrd’s Filling Station customer, scans a chip to mark his container. Customers weigh their container and mark it with a chip so they pay for the products weight during checkout. The store has three weighing stations with posters that show instructions on completing the process.

Byrd’s Filling Station provides a plastic-free alternative to grocery shopping

Masha Rozenfeld, Staff Writer March 20, 2024

When most people think about single-use plastics, their mind goes to paper straws or plastic water bottles, but there is so much more than that. Every food that comes packaged is made of single-use plastic...

A line of cars stand in traffic on their way to Lake Tahoe, as they release carbon emissions.

Pollution threatens Lake Tahoe’s beauty

Masha Rozenfeld, Staff Writer March 2, 2024

Lake Tahoe is a beloved place by many, and it’s known for its crystal-clear waters, ski resorts, and scenic views. With its increasing popularity and tourism comes more plastic and air pollution.  According...

People sit as they listen and watch the exhibit.

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People sit as they listen and watch the exhibit.

Visitors of the SFMOMA are mesmerized as they watch the exhibit by Ragnar Kjartansson’s: The Visitors.

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Visitors of the SFMOMA are mesmerized as they watch the exhibit by Ragnar Kjartansson’s: The Visitors.

This photo demonstrates a man looking at The Visitors exhibit in SFMOMA.

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This photo demonstrates a man looking at The Visitors exhibit in SFMOMA.

This is an image of the Dreaming of Earth’s Sphericity, I Would Offer My Love exhibit by Yayoi Kusama.

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This is an image of the Dreaming of Earth’s Sphericity, I Would Offer My Love exhibit by Yayoi Kusama.

A girl is walking through the disorienting exhibit by Yayoi Kusama.

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A girl is walking through the disorienting exhibit by Yayoi Kusama.

This image capture the LOVE IS CALLING exhibit in SFMOMA by Yayoi Kusama.

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This image capture the LOVE IS CALLING exhibit in SFMOMA by Yayoi Kusama.

Luana Tellez, a junior at Carlmont High School, taking a photo of Yayoi Kusamas art exhibit in SFMOMA.

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Luana Tellez, a junior at Carlmont High School, taking a photo of Yayoi Kusama's art exhibit in SFMOMA.

Luana Tellez taking a photo of the Yokai Kusama exhibit in SFMOMA.

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Luana Tellez taking a photo of the Yokai Kusama exhibit in SFMOMA.

Simone Beilin rallies with her peers at the University of California, Berkeley. Beilin, whose parents immigrated from Soviet Russia to escape antisemitism, appreciates rallies in support of Israel as a reminder of the strength of the Jewish community.

American Jews face new challenges after Oct. 7

Masha Rozenfeld, Staff Writer December 9, 2023

Oct. 7, 2023 proved a tragic day when Hamas, a Palestinian militant group, launched a full-scale attack on Israel, prompting the start of the Israel-Hamas war. Despite living across the globe, American...

 A young female soccer player stands next to a goal post.

Women’s soccer: past, present, future

Masha Rozenfeld, Staff Writer December 7, 2023

Past From enduring harsh criticism and violent opposition during its early days to finally securing equal pay, women's soccer has come a long way. Despite remarkable strides in recent years, the struggle...

The founder of Palladino Training Studio, Nick Palladino, in his studio.

[Photo] Palladino Personal Training Studio builds community

Masha Rozenfeld, Staff Writer November 13, 2023

Nick Palladino in front of his studio in the Carlmont Village Shopping Center.

Locals gather in downtown Redwood City to rally in support of Israel.

Redwood City residents rally in support of Israel

Masha Rozenfeld, Staff Writer October 12, 2023

In the wake of the Israel-Hamas war, approximately 200 local residents gathered on Sunday, Oct. 8, in downtown Redwood City to protest attacks and voice their support for Israel.  Club Z, a local Jewish...

Too Good To Go sells surprise bags filled with leftover food from restaurants, cafe, and supermarkets.

Too Good to Go tackles food waste on a budget

Masha Rozenfeld, Staff Writer September 21, 2023

Amidst the global struggle of food waste, resulting in more than one-third of all food being thrown away, Too Good To Go has emerged to turn things around. Founded in 2016, the app service now spans 17...

Bay Area residents hang up the Ukrainian flag outside their house to show their support for Ukraine.

Ukrainian refugees receive Bay Area support

Masha Rozenfeld, Staff Writer February 16, 2023

The day the war started was stressful for everyone. Tanya Veretennikova knew she needed to prepare for what was to come, so she headed to her local grocery store to stock up on produce. She also went to...

Residents of the Bay Area hang up Ukrainian flags to show their support.

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Residents of the Bay Area hang up Ukrainian flags to show their support.

Iranian player pointing to their countrys  national flag before their match against Nigeria in the 2014 World Cup.

Iranian government blocks US’ shot at solidarity

Ben Romanowsky and Masha Rozenfeld December 6, 2022

The United States soccer federation distorted the Iran flag in support of women's rights but in response, Iran’s media team requested for the US to be expelled from the 2022 World Cup. The US Men’s...

Lunardis team member limiting the amount of students and directing them where to leave their backpacks.

Lunardi’s preventative measures leave students waiting and backpack-less

Ben Romanowsky and Masha Rozenfeld November 7, 2022

Lunardi’s Markets has implemented policies to deal with floods of students after school. Located in Carlmont Village Shopping Center, Lunardi’s is a 10-minute walk from both Carlmont High School...

Manager Ben Kong serving a fresh brew of black coffee.

Family owned café brings quality treats to Redwood Shores

Ben Romanowsky and Masha Rozenfeld October 18, 2022

Sweet U café embodies the importance of a family-owned and operated business. Located in the depths of Redwood Shores, the café opened in August of 2022. Sweet U puts quality first in all its items...

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