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Prom grows more popular every year despite the expense

Prom grows more popular every year despite the expense

Kimberly Brodersen, Staff Writer

April 12, 2019


Filed under Campus

Almost 1,000 students are going to prom this year even though ticket prices continue to rise. The average price of a ticket is now $90, but there are still more students buying tickets than in previous years. Prom is the premier high school dance and held annually towards the end of the school...

New Bay Area farmers’ market’s popularity grows

New Bay Area farmers’ market’s popularity grows

Nisha Marino, Staff Writer

September 28, 2018


Filed under News, Top News

Fresh, local produce is becoming an important part of daily life in the Bay Area. Many people now prefer organic fruits and vegetables. Because of this, farmers’ markets are growing in popularity around this region. Bay Meadows is a relatively new community in San Mateo. It includes apartments, shops, and is...

Traffic before school continues to disrupt student schedules

Traffic before school continues to disrupt student schedules

Veronica Roseborough, Scot Scoop Editor

October 17, 2017


Filed under Campus

Every morning is a new challenge, a question of whether or not one will make it to Carlmont on time, and how early they must leave to do so. For many, traffic on Alameda is a big issue. Every year the freshman class seems to grow and with that brings more cars all heading to a single destination. Carlmont...

Students plug their noses as the Carlmont campus expands

Students plug their noses as the Carlmont campus expands

Jill Albertson, Staff Writer

October 2, 2016


Filed under Campus, Top News

Sometimes progress smells sweet; sometimes it smells like manure. The pungent smell of decaying feces wafted throughout the halls of the Carlmont campus during the week of Sept. 26 as progress on the new S-wing buildings moved into the landscaping portion of the project. The ripe smell from the...

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