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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

Ujala Chauhan

Ujala Chauhan, Staff Writer

Ujala Chauhan is a sophomore at Carlmont High School. She is a staff writer covering varsity sports for Scot Scoop and is on the Varsity Girls Tennis Team at Carlmont herself.

Twitter: @ujala496

All content by Ujala Chauhan
Maddie Leigh, an ASMR creator of two years, creates a video using a flashlight as a prop. [When creating a video], I use a ring light and try to change my background every couple of months, Leigh said. I sit down and make the video, and I always improvise. I dont use scripts, I just [keep in mind] what props Im using for what.

ASMR triggers a growing community of creators and listeners

May 8, 2022

Tap. Tap. Tap. Brush. Brush. Brush. Scratch. Scratch. Scratch. Along with all those words being onomatopoeias, they share another thing in common: they can all be used to trigger autonomous sensory...

Kashmiris (primarily Hindus) protest the Indian government for not taking appropriate action regarding the conflicts in Kashmir. Personally, [what happened in Kashmir] was one of the worst tragedies of my life, Ravi Tikkoo, a Kashmiri Hindu who had to leave Kashmir between 1989 and 1990 and seek refuge in another part of India, said. [My family] had to leave everything behind, without thinking, just to save our life.

‘The Kashmir Files’ reveals the untold story of Kashmir

April 13, 2022

Scorpions litter the floor. The heat is unbearable, blazing down on your bare skin, causing you to burn up everywhere. You live in a makeshift tent the size of a small bedroom. Its inside consists of a...

Homeless women live in unclean conditions with few-to-none belongings. Their menstrual cycles leave them with stomach pain, nausea, fatigue, and more, adding another layer of difficulties to those they already face as impoverished members of society.

The bleeding truth of women in poverty

April 12, 2022

T* wakes up to the sound of cars honking around her. Blinking her eyes, she stretches her arms and yawns. The air is fraught with the smell of gasoline. The crisp breeze is cruel and merciless, blowing...

A student watches a journalist’s coverage of the Russia-Ukraine conflict. “I want [journalists] to speak up and raise awareness about the Middle East as well [as Western countries]. [Middle Easterners] have faced things that are maybe worse than [Westerners] and no one ever speaks up about it, so [I want the media to] raise awareness about the Middle East as well, rather than just the Europeans,” said Layla Elansary, a citizen of Egypt.

Western media bias surfaces amidst Russia-Ukraine conflict

March 15, 2022

"Just to put it bluntly, [the Ukrainian refugees] are not refugees from Syria; these are refugees from neighboring Ukraine. These are Christians, they're white, they're very similar [to Westerners]," said...

Novak Djokovic, ranked No. 1, has been a big competitor in Tennis since starting his professional career in 2003.

Australia deports tennis world No. 1 ahead of season’s first major tournament

January 24, 2022

Rejection is something that we as humans frequently face in our day-to-day lives, whether that be from people, opportunities, or something else. However, for tennis superstar and No. 1 ranked player...

Carlmont warms up in preparation to start the game, taking turns dribbling and shooting the ball.

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Carlmont warms up in preparation to start the game, taking turns dribbling and shooting the ball.

The Scots warm up in preparation to begin their game.

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The Scots warm up in preparation to begin their game.

The varsity football team, one of the many sports teams at Carlmont, huddles before the start of an away game.

Team dynamics evoke mixed feelings from athletes

November 15, 2021

One. One toxic environment is all it takes to ruin your love for the game. One team is all it takes ignite a passion for a sport. One athlete is all it takes to tell a story. Studies done by Southern...

The Scots had many players that were out due to injuries - the team had to come up with game plans as their fellow injured teammates watched on.

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The Scots had many players that were out due to injuries - the team had to come up with game plans as their fellow injured teammates watched on.

Scots playing.

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Scots playing.

Scots playing.

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Scots playing.

The Scots had many players that were out due to injuries - the team had to come up with game plans as their fellow injured teammates watched on.

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The Scots had many players that were out due to injuries - the team had to come up with game plans as their fellow injured teammates watched on.

Scots huddle before the start of the game.

Scots trampled by Mustangs in fourth consecutive loss

October 4, 2021

The Carlmont Scots suffered a disappointing 37-14 loss against the Capuchino Mustangs, lowering the Scots’ record to 1-4. The Scots played their third away game on Oct. 1. The Mustangs took the early...

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