Students bundle up in the latest fall fashions

Ashley Amor, Staff Writer
October 17, 2014
Filed under Features

Colorful leaves and pumpkin spice lattes are sure signs that fall is finally here and for many people this means a drastic change in wardrobe. As mornings get chillier and the days cool down, many of us are forced to put away the sandals and shorts and pull on sweaters and scarves. While this may... Read more »

Fall festivities aplenty for students – Bay Area prime territory for autumn activities

Raz Mostaghimi, Staff Writer
October 17, 2014
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Californian editors sample ‘a latte’ coffe

Caitlin Stein and Austin Hille
October 17, 2014
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Sophomore leads policy opposition

Sophomore leads policy opposition

Chandni Mistry, Features Editor
September 19, 2014
Filed under Features, Showcase

As a response to the closing of the campus, sophomore Ryan Freels started a petition to reopen the school for seniors at lunch on Aug. 25, posting it on his personal Twitter account, @ryanfreels. Just a day later, the petition reached 100 signatures, and,... Read more »

Closed campus angers students

Closed campus angers students

Joyce Ho and Heather Wong
September 19, 2014
Filed under Features, Showcase

Two hundred frustrated students filed out of the town hall meeting on Sept. 3 immediately after learning from new Principal Sarah Wondolowski that reopening Cal High’s campus at lunch was not an option. The remaining 70 students who stayed voiced their opinions and offered suggestions toward a compromise,... Read more »

Best bay area summer activities

Best bay area summer activities

Chandni Mistry, Staff Writer
May 21, 2014
Filed under Features

San Ramon is notorious for having a limited selection of summer activities for teens. Besides Golden Skate, famous for 8-year-olds’ birthday parties, the city swimming pool, and visiting one of the 53 local parks there is pretty much nothing to do. But there are plenty of fun activities to try... Read more »

A summer of blockbusters

A summer of blockbusters

Julia Savage, Staff Writer
May 21, 2014
Filed under Features

This summer - aptly named the summer of sequels - is going to be full of movies for everyone, from action-comedies to animation. “22 Jump Street,” starring Jonah Hill as Schmidt and Channing Tatum as Jenko, follows the same plot line as its predecessor, but this time these undercover cops are... Read more »

Music festivals are sure to impress

Music festivals are sure to impress

Sam Canter, Features Editor
May 21, 2014
Filed under Features

One of the most popular activities once school gets out is attending concerts, and for good reason. There is nothing like connecting with fans from your favorite bands or discovering an awesome new artist. Arguably, the single biggest summer festival in the bay area, Warped Tour returns this year... Read more »

Cal High has come a long way

Cal High has come a long way

Chandni Mistry, Staff Writer
April 10, 2014
Filed under Features, Showcase

Forty years ago, California High School first opened with about 1,050 students and 25 teachers. Math teacher Gary Triebwasser said students started Cal as sixth graders and stayed until they graduated. All of the teachers comprised a new, young faculty and included some familiar faces still on... Read more »

A brief history of the Grizzly ‘newsiverse’

A brief history of the Grizzly ‘newsiverse’

Heather Wong, Staff Writer
April 10, 2014
Filed under Features

It was January of 1987.  As editor in chief of the first school paper, senior Christine Lew (then Christine Martin) eagerly watched as the Cal High Newspaper was distributed on campus. For the first time in the history of the school, an after-school club had been established in order to... Read more »