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‘Another Period’ dazzles crowds across America

‘Another Period’ dazzles crowds across America

Holly Chen, Staff Writer

August 27, 2015

Imagine "Keeping up with the Kardashians," but set during the Gilded Age in Newport, Rhode Island. This is the premise for "Another Period" on Comedy Central. Meet socialites Lillian and Beatrice Bellacourt (played by comedians Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome), two spoiled and narcissistic aristocrats climbing up t...

Spirit week comes across as simple but fun

Spirit week comes across as simple but fun

Andrew Cross, Staff Writer

April 14, 2015

With spring break in a week, students are trying to survive as long as they can. "We have had three day weekends, but we haven't had a long break since the end of the first semester. I am just trying to last one more week before we finally get off for spring beak," said sophomore Nick Brooks. With...

Students across campus compete for the cup

Students across campus compete for the cup

Avery Adams, Staff Writer

October 2, 2014

Music blasts from speakers and mixes with the cheers and hollers. Curious students crowd the quad stairs to watch the spectacle. The Carlmont Cup is an annual tournament held by the associated student body, where teams and clubs compete in a variety of unique games. "It's just a way for people...

Carlmont’s own, Tupou impresses many across the world

Carlmont’s own, Tupou impresses many across the world

October 8, 2013

Senior Amelia Tupou manages to impresses many and blow her family away, from nearly 6,500 miles away. Tupou's father has lived in the Soloman Islands since 2009 and most recently moved to New Zealand, taking Tupou's 15 year old brother, David, with him; leaving her with her mother and sister in Belmont."Family...

Fans help spread entertainment across the globe

Shira Stein, Scot Scoop Editor-in-Chief

April 2, 2013

Most musicians, actors, and other people in media have consistently stated that every piece of entertainment in the world would be nothing without its fans. Mass media and public opinion have helped shaped the entertainment community. For example, British media has spread to the United States and s...

Warriors make new home across the bay

Warriors make new home across the bay

May 22, 2012

  [media-credit id=48 align="aligncenter" width="274"][/media-credit]The Bay Area's main basketball team, The Golden State Warriors, have agreed with San Francisco officials to make The City its new home. “Personally, I like the move to SF because it will make San Francisco a better sports to...

Carlmont administrators enable wifi for students across campus

Carlmont administrators enable wifi for students across campus

March 9, 2012

After almost two years of having wireless routers installed across Carlmont's campus, school administrators on Friday, Mar. 9, finally launched the anticipated student access portal, "suhsd-students", for students to use their personal devices on campus. Before Carlmont had campus-wide Internet...

‘Let’s Jump!’ Kids and schools across America attempt to break world record

October 11, 2011

Guinness World Records is well-known for it's yearly publications holding all of the current world records. Every year, thousands of people attempt to break their records from, but not many of them succeed. This year, National Geographic Kids partnered up with First Lady Michelle Obama to encourage...

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