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Belmont City Council works to improve Twin Pines Parks

Belmont City Council works to improve Twin Pines Parks

Leela Stuepfert, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019

After many years, the Belmont City Council has finally acquired future plans to upgrade Twin Pines Park. “Twin Pines is one of the jewels of Belmont, but it can use some updates and polishing,” said Charles Stone, a Belmont council member. “The Twin Pines Master Plan outlines an ambitious vision that...

Varsity football keeps playoff dream alive

Varsity football keeps playoff dream alive

Zain Patel, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018

The Scots inch closer to the playoffs and league division championships with their decisive win over Jefferson, 42-22. This solidifies their first place position in the league, with a record of three wins and zero losses. Jefferson drops in the league standings with an overall record of 4-3. While the...

Students only dream of getting enough sleep

Students only dream of getting enough sleep

Taya Yakovenko, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018

All students have been there— the fight with morning sleepiness, which they will inevitably lose. Every night, a person needs to spend at least 8 hours laying in a bed unconsciously. It may seem like a waste of time at first, but sleep turns out to be one of the most important functions that th...

Carlmont student presents original play: ‘The Diner on Washington Street’

Carlmont student presents original play: ‘The Diner on Washington Street’

Hannah Young, Staff Writer

April 12, 2016

Second semester of senior year is often spent relaxing and anticipating college acceptance letters. For Denis Yudin, however, second semester has been spent directing his original play, “The Diner on Washington Street.” The inspiration for “The Diner on Washington Street” came to Yudin at...

Aspiring actress pursues her dream

Aspiring actress pursues her dream

Claire Porter, Staff Writer

May 2, 2014

As many students gear up for summer jobs and vacation, junior Jasmin Riedel is preparing for her on-screen debut. “I first wanted to become an actress when I was in first grade, so that year I was in the play "Annie," and I was the youngest member of the cast,” said Riedel. “I loved playing...

Striving for her dream

Striving for her dream

Jocelyn Moran, Social Media Team

April 6, 2014

The passion for music is the motivation for junior Christina Galisatus to work hard in maintaining a high GPA and to participate in extracurriculars outside of school. Galisatus started playing the piano at the age of five and the French horn at the age of 10. “I like playing the French horn and the pi...

Chasing a dream

Chasing a dream

Athena Duran, Staff Writer

March 4, 2014

"I go to Los Angeles every other weekend for acting classes," said sophomore Ashley Kawasaki. Starting this past February, she began taking classes at The Playground, a young actors conservatory center in the heart of Los Angeles. Gary Spatz is the director of the conservatory. Stars such as Dylan...

Three common dream themes

Three common dream themes

Ivy Nguyen, Staff Writer

February 5, 2014

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