The Bay Area is a playground of holiday activities

Caitlin Stein, News Editor
December 18, 2014
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‘Frozen’ fans won’t ‘Let it Go’

Annissa Bensalah, Features Editor
December 18, 2014
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Profound advice from an expert gift-giver

Raz Mostaghimi, Staff Writer
December 18, 2014
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Winter is upon us here at Cal High, bringing with it a plethora of holidays. This season, it’s likely that you have the obligation to send out some gifts. Being as well-liked as I am, I have to give many gifts to my friends and teachers. Every gift has to have some sort of significance. But how... Read more »

Grier’s ‘punchable’ face is famous

Grier’s ‘punchable’ face is famous

Raz Mostaghimi, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014
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Cal High’s campus is closed at lunch and the sun is sadly setting sooner and sooner. In these dark times, there’s always one thing to count on: some mediocre teenage boy is being put on a pedestal. For the past year, that lucky boy has been Nash Grier. Grier, 16, happens to be one of the most... Read more »

FCKH8 uses unorthodox tactics to support gender equality

FCKH8 uses unorthodox tactics to support gender equality

Emily Mun, Editor In Chief
November 21, 2014
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  FCKH8 is a well-known for-profit organization known for selling T-shirts with quirky slogans such as “Some Dudes Marry Dudes. Get Over It.” ... Read more »

Well-known YouTube celebrity’s “innocent pranks” turn into serious sexual harassment allegations

Ashley Amor , Staff Writer
November 21, 2014
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Students bundle up in the latest fall fashions

Ashley Amor, Staff Writer
October 17, 2014
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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
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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 »