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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

Yura Park

Yura Park, Staff Writer

Yura Park is a sophomore at Carlmont, and this is her first year in the Media Arts program. Her beat topic is sports which she is excited to write about since she enjoys watching school sports teams.

Twitter account: @spanglish1000 

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Nightmares affect an individual’s sleep as many experiences constant terror every night.

Dealing with monstrous nightmares

Yura Park, Staff Writer May 13, 2022

You are being chased by a tall man with red eyes who surely wants you dead. He grabs your neck, and his cold knife touches your bare skin. As terror seizes you, you scream and open your eyes.  You’re...

A group of scientists in China has created SQuRo, a robot rat designed and developed to move and function like rats. SQuRos are small and can move swiftly through holes: scientists believe that SQuRos could speed up the process of finding rescues after a collapse of buildings or any destruction.

[Photo] Cartoon: Robo Rats to the Rescue

April 25, 2022

A group of scientists in China has created SQuRo, a robot rat designed and developed to move and function like rats. SQuRos are small and can move swiftly through holes: scientists believe that SQuRos...

New York Public Libraries announced in October of 2021 that they will abandon late return fees. This announcement made a significant impact as over 100,000 books have been returned since. California implemented a similar idea: Los Angeles libraries eliminated all fines as District Supervisor Janice Hahn says, Library late fines do much more harm than good.

Cartoon: Home Sweet Home

Yura Park, Staff Writer April 18, 2022

For the past two years, Disney followed its Health and Safety Measures and refrained the guests from making physical interactions with characters. However as cases of COVID-19 started to ease, Disney stated that meet and greet with characters will be back starting on April 18 in the US. 

Cartoon: Return of Disney Hugs

Yura Park, Staff Writer April 8, 2022

As the war between Russia and Ukraine continues, President Biden announces that the U.S. will ban oil importation from Russia to impose economic sanctions. Bidens declaration of sanctions allowed the average gasoline price to surpass the highest record in 2008 of $4.103 per gallon with $4.331. Yura Park

Cartoon: Feeding the Flames

Yura Park, Staff Writer March 21, 2022

Many Afghanistan refugees from the Afghanistan war in Ukraine found themselves fleeing once again as Russia invades Ukraine.  According to BBC news, refugees from Ukraine, including the Afghanistan refugees, are mostly fleeing to Poland or Hungary for safe shelter.

Cartoon: On the Run Once Again

Yura Park, Staff Writer March 11, 2022

Families of Sandy Hook announces a $73 million settlement with the rifle maker, Remington, making it the first case that the rifle maker is held accountable for a mass shooting. Families are also focusing on the marketing of Remington as they emphasize the masculinity of men through firearms to a young audience.

Cartoon: Riflemaker Takes Responsibility

Yura Park, Staff Writer February 28, 2022

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Cartoon: Valentine’s Tree

Yura Park, Staff Writer February 11, 2022

College Board announced that starting in 2024, the SAT will be online. The new digital format of SAT will reduce the test-taking time to two hours instead of three. Reading passages will also become shorter as calculators will be allowed for all math sections.

Cartoon: The New Digital SAT

Yura Park, Staff Writer January 31, 2022

Recently, Planet Hunters, a group of citizen scientists looking for exoplanets, discovered a new planet, TOI-2180 b. According to Independent, this exoplanet is about the size of Jupiter and is 379 light-years away from the Earth.

Cartoon: Hunting for Planets

Yura Park, Staff Writer January 21, 2022

As the cases of COVID-19 are spiking with Omicron variant, the first case of “Flurona,” co-infection of flu and coronavirus, was reported in Israel. According to NBC Chicago, symptoms of Flurona are relatively similar to COVID-19 and flu, and there are only subtle differences.

Cartoon: ‘Flurona’ Strain Found

Yura Park, Staff Writer January 10, 2022

The Winter Olympics bring together countries around the world to watch unique sports.

The Winter Olympics flurry into motion

Yura Park and Avery Wong December 3, 2021

Athletes and coaches worldwide are beginning to prepare for the upcoming 2021 Winter Olympics. The highly anticipated festival of sports will be held in Beijing and is scheduled to begin on Feb. 4....

Carlmont offers basketball, soccer, and wrestling to all students in the winter season of sports.

[Photo] The winter season of Carlmont sports arrives

November 11, 2021

Carlmont offers basketball, soccer, and wrestling to all students in the winter season of sports.

High school student-athletes face different challenges than other students when choosing a path to college.

Student-athletes face challenges in the college recruiting process

Yura Park and Avery Wong October 22, 2021

Competition is fierce for the thousands of high school athletes who have hopes of being scouted for college sports. Just under 8 million high school students participate in athletics, and from that, only...

Probability of getting recruited by college for each sports.

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Probability of getting recruited by college for each sports.

Petra Chow, a sophomore defensive specialist, prepares for a rally.

Scots beat the Knights in a grueling battle

Yura Park and Avery Wong October 2, 2021

  The Carlmont girls JV volleyball team crushed the Hillsdale Knights in a quick two-set match, despite a starting player getting injured in the first set. The emotion-filled game took place...

Hotties in the House :P

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Hotties in the House :P

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