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Powdered alcohol makes its debut

Powdered alcohol makes its debut

Stuart Vickery, Staff Writer

March 18, 2015


Filed under News

Powered alcohol. That is the idea behind palcohol, a controversial new product that was recently approved. Palcohol is a powder that, when dissolved in water, will become an alcoholic beverage. It comes in different flavors and types, like beer and wine. According to Lipsmark, the company that owns palcohol, palcohol is for people who are on the move and don’t...

The Muslim Fellowship Club makes a difference

The Muslim Fellowship Club makes a difference

Lila Schulman, Staff Writer

March 12, 2015


Filed under Activity Bios, Bios

Sometimes, one can become set in one’s ways and forget to be open minded; however, the Muslim Fellowship Club inspires Carlmont to be more accepting of different beliefs, cultures, and religions. At this time, the many conflicts in the Middle East have led some to come up with the conclusion about...

Christian Club makes a fresh start

Christian Club makes a fresh start

Taran Sun, Scot Scoop Editor

September 17, 2014


Filed under Activity Bios

A community of God, a community of open arms. That is what Carlmont’s Christian Club aims to bring to campus. Junior Molly McDowell, Vice President of Christian Club, said, “The goal of the club is to be a group of people that anyone can join and feel welcomed, and it’s important to [have] a...

Taylor Sexton makes a difference in the community

Taylor Sexton makes a difference in the community

Sarah Boro, Editor

April 1, 2014


Filed under Volunteering

Putting aside time for the community and the people around her is imperative to junior Taylor Sexton. Sexton said, “I think we have all been fed up in our lives and distracted by different activities such as sports, school work, and jobs, but I feel like it is our responsibility to make a difference in the c...

Chipotle makes Mexican food easy and fun

Chipotle makes Mexican food easy and fun

Shayan Mandegarian, Staff Writer

April 1, 2014


Filed under A&E

Everyone knows Chipotle. Whenever people want to go out for a group lunch or hangout while grabbing a bite to eat, someone will always say, "Hey, lets go to Chipotle." Chipotle restaurant's all look pretty similar. Shiny steel and tan wood planks make up a lot of the inside, there's black and white...

Warm weather makes for dress code enforcement

Warm weather makes for dress code enforcement

Elena Mateus, Staff Writer

March 16, 2014


Filed under Campus

As the weather begins to change, so does the attire that students wear on campus. "It's getting warmer, so it's only normal for people to start wearing shorts," said sophomore Gabrielle Dimick.   The most basic rules for dress code are the three B's: No butts, bellies, or breasts visible. Most conflicts surrounding dress co...

Caroline Ives, one who makes a difference in the community

Caroline Ives, one who makes a difference in the community

Sarah Boro, Editor

March 4, 2014


Filed under Campus, Volunteering

Many teenagers spend their time with friends, watching movies, at Tpumps, and out to dinner, however junior Caroline Ives does it all, but manages to save some of her time for the people and community around her. Not only does Ives volunteer outside of school at various non-profits, she also partici...

The Chess Club makes a move

The Chess Club makes a move

Danielle Schneider, Staff Writer

February 12, 2014


Filed under Campus

Winning. A concept found in almost all activities, and an idea that many members of the Chess Club define as the reason they love chess and choose to spend their Friday lunches in room D10. The Chess Club is fairly new to Carlmont, with junior Nicholas Hsu founding it just two years ago. Hsu has ...

A Scots defender makes a full recovery

A Scots defender makes a full recovery

Brooke Buckley, Staff Writer

January 29, 2014


Filed under Student Bios, Top News

Carlmont soccer finally regained one of their injured defenders, senior Devon Maruyama Reed. Reed inflamed a tendon near the outside of her ankle in October when she was slide tackled from behind. She managed to keep playing through the pain for a while, but it only got worse. Reed said, “I...

Jewish club makes mighty comeback

Jewish club makes mighty comeback

Danielle Hamer

January 24, 2014


Filed under Campus

It’s no secret that Carlmont students are diverse- in terms of religion, culture, background, and nationality. From Persian Club to Christian Club, there are many clubs on campus that reflect this. Now, the Jewish club is in development, with aspirations to celebrate Judaism and educate about Jewish...

Music makes an impact

Music makes an impact

Athena Duran, Staff Writer

September 17, 2013


Filed under A&E

Evident in the large class sizes, Carlmont's music program has proven to be a great contribution to the lives of many students. As they begin to prepare for the Winter Concert, Junior Dario Johnson, spoke highly of the "american contemporary" genre they were rehearsing. Similar to any other art,...

U.S. makes big strides in war on terrorism

U.S. makes big strides in war on terrorism

November 18, 2010


Filed under Campus

In an effort to finally eliminate terrorism once and for all, the U.S. has decided to eliminate dangerous words from the English language. Once common words such as terrorist, bomb, kill the president, and harm, just to name a few, will no longer exist as of January 6, 2011. It is believed that if pe...

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