Fall’s finally here, and it’s time for students to switch from summer styles to their fall favorites, replacing all their tanks, shorts and sandals for sweaters, leggings, and boots. One of the several must haves for all the girls on campus this fall is an oversized sweater. “Oversized sweaters... Read more »
One day, many Cal High students will look back on the outfits they wore to school and cringe with embarrassment. Why? Many students choose to participate in fashion trends so ridiculous it brings their mental sanity into question. The first step students need to take to avoiding a fashion faux... Read more »
Leave your cargo shorts and snapbacks at home. It’s time for comfy sweaters and warm scarves. This fall, fashion critics on details.com point to cuffed pants, tweed coats, and statement scarves as the top trends for men for the season. Statement scarves are scarves that are worn to contrast with... Read more »
Buying school supplies has always been a tedious and costly part of returning to school each year, as students are told to go out and purchase materials needed for classes. For example, the average graphing calculator generally costs more than $100, and that is usually only for one class. “The... Read more »
Today is the big day. You’ve trained for months, all the while looking forward to this competition. Unfortunately, instead of taking home the gold, you napped in the parking lot because your teammates couldn’t wake up your sleep deprived body. “On the day of competition, I ended up falling... Read more »
Exactly how heavy is too heavy for backpacks and purses? This is the question The Californian set out to answer after watching students lug massive backpacks to class that make teens look like The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Californian staff members visited countless classes and weighed the backpacks... Read more »
Students Kara Harp and Jeanina Farmer wear their Disney Gear on Day 4 of our Spirit Week.
David Crinnion, Emily Olague, Samvika Mehra, and Vishakha Hariawala are "jammin" on the first day of our Homecoming Spirit Week.
SANTA CRUZ – The Giant Dipper was built on the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk in 1924, making it the fifth oldest rollercoaster in the United States. It took 47 days and $50,000 to build this old-fashioned wooden coaster. Today, it costs six times that just to repaint it in its signature red and... Read more »
Northern California is known for its great rollercoasters from two amusement parks: Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo and Great America in Santa Clara. With summer just around the corner, these parks with most thrilling coasters will be filled with screaming kids, endless lines, and the hot California... Read more »