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What the Warriors need to do

What the Warriors need to do

Bijan Khalili, ScotCenter Sports/Columnist

May 14, 2015

It appears to be to locked in. The Golden State Warriors closed out game five in a 98-78 victory on May 13, leading the series 3-2. Even though Memphis Grizzlies' top defender Tony Allen was not playing, there was no excuse about how dominant the Warriors were. Not only was the team hitting their...

What journalism is really about

What journalism is really about

Jessica Adair, Staff Writer/Columnist

April 3, 2015

Since I've joined journalism I've always been asked the same question, "Why do journalists always try to be so controversial?" My answer, plain and simple, is, "We don't. It just happens." "If journalism is good, it is controversial by nature," said Julian Assange, Australian journalist and editor-in-chief...

What I wish my freshman self knew

What I wish my freshman self knew

Kristen Friis, ScotCenter Editor-in-Chief/Business Manager

March 17, 2015

Freshman year I was 4’11” and the top flier on our cheerleading team. I got made fun of because I was always dropped on my face at assemblies and football games. I was scared of the people, scared of the workload, and scared I wasn’t going to “fit in.” Isn’t that a stereotypical 14-year-old’s...

Post-college applications: what happens next?

Post-college applications: what happens next?

Alyssa Espiritu, Staff Writer

March 16, 2015

Stress, anxiety, tension, the fear of the unknown. All of these are emotions are stereotypically  associated with second semester seniors in relation to college admissions. However, those aren’t the only emotions a second semester senior can encounter. Through a series of interviews with the...

You get what you pay for at Paul’s Diner

You get what you pay for at Paul’s Diner

Colley Loum, Staff Writer

February 9, 2015

If you are looking for a quick decent burger, Paul's Diner is the place. Paul's Diner is a funky and old-fashioned restaurant with a quaint and homey environment and ambiance. There are black and white pictures throughout the diner, and many customers sit at the counter, right in front of where...

College requirements are more than what meets the eye

College requirements are more than what meets the eye

Holly Chen, Staff Writer

February 5, 2015

College is just around the corner for many students, and it is time to start preparing. Many high school students do not know what tests are required for them to pass, and what courses they should take. They base their applications on requirements printed by College Board. Yet does College Board actu...

Schoolboy Q’s new album reveals what fans are looking for

Schoolboy Q’s new album reveals what fans are looking for

Ravina Gujral, ScotCenter Segment Editor

March 27, 2014

Coming out with his third album, "Oxymoron," Schoolboy Q has impressed many fans and is on his way to becoming a larger artist than he already is due to his unique music style. Known off stage as Quincy Matthew Hanley, the rapper has topped iTunes’  hip hop and rap charts for weeks after his album was...

Russia annexes Crimea — now what?

Russia annexes Crimea — now what?

Dana Benelli, Staff Writer

March 25, 2014

Europe’s borders have undergone a slight adjustment. On March 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law officially annexing Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula to the Russian Federation. The international community, including Ukraine, has condemned the action and assert that Ukraine should stil...

What is Saint Patrick’s day really about?

What is Saint Patrick’s day really about?

Lauren Tierney, Staff Writer

March 15, 2014

Most people are unaware of the original idea and reason for celebration of St.Patricks Day. Saint Patrick’s Day is not only for wearing the color green, but has immense historical background. “Saint Patrick’s day is a day where everyone dresses up in green to celebrate being Irish” said Sophomore...

Watch what you eat

Watch what you eat

Scott Schulze, Staff Writer

December 3, 2013

Everyone enjoys food, which is why it is common for special holiday meals to be extra unhealthy. Good or bad, holiday meals only come a few times each year. This is helpful for those students who are very self-conscious of their weight. According to a recent survey conducted amongst Carlmont students,...

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