The School Newspaper for California High School, San Ramon CA
  • Grizzlies making their mark

    Grizzlies making their mark

    Brendan Ogburn, Staff Writer

    April 29, 2016

    The women’s lacrosse team is in the midst of a historical season.As of Wednesday, the Grizzlies were ranked No. 4 in the nation and No. 2 in California, according to maxpreps.com.The squad is... READ MORE »»

    Senior Morgan Taylor charges down the field in Cal’s win against Monte Vista. Taylor is committed to SDSU and currently leads Cal in goals scored.

    Photo by Daniel Pan

  • School club promotes diversity

    School club promotes diversity

    Linda Wang, Features Editor

    April 29, 2016

    Among the wide variety of clubs at Cal High, the culture club distinctively sets itself apart from the rest.Led by junior Kathley Letran, the Culture Club shares and informs students about the diverse... READ MORE »»

    From right to left, Culture Club members Nieves Winslow, Stephanie Stijiamoto, Kathley Letran, and Megan Weinshelbaum choose a different nation to celebrate each month.

    Photo Courtesy of Kat LeTran

  • Day of Silence sparks backlash

    Day of Silence sparks backlash

    Kat LeTran, Staff Writer

    April 29, 2016

    Duct tape slapped. Mouths shut. Silence spread.Many students at Cal High and throughout the nation actively took part in Day of Silence on April 15 to protest the struggles the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,... READ MORE »»

    A student at Dougherty Valley High displayed an anti-Day of Silence flyer on his back.

    Photo courtesy of Cammy Okmih

  • Interim principal fills in until June

    Interim principal fills in until June

    Jessica Yuan, Features Editor

    April 29, 2016

    Cal students will see a new face on campus over the course of the next few months as Janet Terranova serves as Cal High’s interim principal.While Principal Sarah Cranford is on  maternity leave... READ MORE »»

    Until early June, the Cal High principal’s office will be occupied by former assistant principal Janet Terranova.

    Photo by Omid Pourhashemi

In fair Vegas, a theatrical hit

Emma Hall, Staff Writer

Laura Woods’s rendition of the renowned love story, “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare, proved itself to be righteous and entertaining. But it was a tad bit away from reaching perfection.Before the play started, sophomore Jordan Limesand and junior Laura Augustinsky were setting the periodic tone on stage. Both wearing velvet black jackets that gave a real greaser vibe. The two actors were in character for the first twenty minutes before the show. They only exchanged conversation...  Read More »

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Day of Silence sparks backlash

Day of Silence sparks backlash

Kat LeTran, Staff Writer

Duct tape slapped. Mouths shut. Silence spread.Many students at Cal High and throughout the nation actively took part in Day of Silence on April 15 to protest the struggles the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Queer (LGBTQ+) community faces everyday.“The point of Day of Silence is to bring attention to the struggles of the everyday lives of the LGBT+ community,” sophomore Kai Choate said. “It also enforces support for the community, to show LGBT that there’s support for them.”But...  Read More »

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It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a blockbuster!

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a blockbuster!

Chiara Ty and MacKenzie Brown

Next four years bring exciting superhero filmsChiara TyFrom toddlers to twenties, Marvel to DC, everyone loves a good superhero movie.With powers ranging from fli...  Read More »

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Action-packed ‘Hardcore Henry’ lacks a plot

Action-packed ‘Hardcore Henry’ lacks a plot

Neha Kaul, Staff Writer

Director, writer and producer Ilya Naishuller had a “call of duty” to make his video-game -like debut film, “Hardcore Henry,” one of the first feature films where th...  Read More »

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Grizzlies making their mark

Grizzlies making their mark

Brendan Ogburn, Staff Writer

The women’s lacrosse team is in the midst of a historical season.As of Wednesday, the Grizzlies were ranked No. 4 in the nation and No. 2 in California, according to...  Read More »

April 29, 2016 • 0 comments

Local rugby teams vie for national titles

Local rugby teams vie for national titles

Patrick Rettig, Staff Writer

Rugby is a fast paced game of hard scrums, brutal hits and glorious trys.And the Danville Oaks rugby club just happens to boast the best teams in the nation.Both varsity...  Read More »

April 29, 2016 • 0 comments

Recent Sports Stories

After setting the single season record for wins at 73, the 2016 Warriors are looking to repeat as NBA champions.

High expectations for dominant Dubs

April 29, 2016

Senior Gerrick Labra, bottom,  and junior Blaine Nye practice for playoffs.  Labra won two matches at the state finals.

Winter sports come to a close at Cal

March 15, 2016

The California Grizzly song team poses in the Winner’s Circle after performing a routine at Nationals at Disney World.

Song team’s hard work pays off

March 15, 2016

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