The School Newspaper for California High School, San Ramon CA

Upcoming winter music festivals

Upcoming winter music festivals

Linda Wang, Staff Writer
December 7, 2015
Filed under Features

What better way to celebrate the Christmas season than with some of your favorite music artists? These upcoming annual music festivals will get everyone hyped up with the holiday spirit.This year, events including Not So Silent Night and SnowGlobe are featuring many renowned artists and bands. They... Read more »

Cal High choir sings the night away

Cal High choir sings the night away

Tristen Singer, Staff Writer
December 7, 2015
Filed under Features

Choral music is such an essential part of the holiday spirit that it has become a winter tradition over the years to listen to choirs as they cheerfully sing bright carols.This holiday season, the tradition of caroling returns to Cal High when the school’s choir hosts its annual holiday concert... Read more »

What’s ringing around the holidays?

Karina Myrenget, staff writer
December 7, 2015
Filed under Features

It’s always a sign that Christmas is getting closer when the radios, stores and restaurants start playing holiday music.In this list, I compiled the various holiday songs I really enjoy, during the holidays with a brief description of them.This is a mix of  older classic Christmas tunes sung... Read more »

Building up floats and excitement

Building up floats and excitement

Jessica Yuan, Staff Writer
October 19, 2015
Filed under Features

Put together a few dozen students, a vehicle, and some power tools and the product will be one of the many creative and vibrant floats that represent each class in the annual Homecoming Parade on Friday.In this year’s parade, each class will express their unique identities through the  theme of... Read more »

Float fiascos follow the Class of 2017

Float fiascos follow the Class of 2017

Verona Pichler, Staff Writer
October 19, 2015
Filed under Features

The homecoming parade is a time of joy for all the classes to see their hard work displayed in front of everyone as the floats roll past excited onlookers.But it seems that  the junior class has managed to run into more than its share of problems the past two years.As freshmen, and then again... Read more »

Grilling up a good time

Grilling up a good time

Tristen Singer, Staff Writer
October 19, 2015
Filed under Features

After school on Friday,  home football games stir up plenty of excitement across the Cal High campus.But there is another reason to get excited, an event that has quickly grown from a small organization to a school tradition since its founding two years ago.It’s tailgate time.Starting... Read more »

Students are hyped up for homecoming

Students are hyped up for homecoming

Athena Georgopoulos, Staff Writer
October 19, 2015
Filed under Features

The arrival of fall is slowly settling in and welcomes students with all it has to bring.The halloween thrill, warm drinks, comfy clothes, and “pumpkin spice” everything has arrived, and  with that homecoming is here, tooThe thought of homecoming evokes nostalgia as students remember crazy... Read more »

Icy coffee cools already cool teens

Icy coffee cools already cool teens

Austin Hille and Caitlin Stein
June 5, 2015
Filed under Features

What says summer better than wasting money on overpriced coffee?Summer is not complete without a basic coffee to-go cup in your hand that’s filled with some brand new quaranta triple-brownie-chocolate-chip frappuccino the large-chain coffee shop just came out with.Incorrect! It is of the opinion... Read more »

Part time jobs available

Radeen Shemirani, Staff Writer
June 5, 2015
Filed under Features

We are nearing summer. It’s time to party, drive up and down the beautiful state, go on road trips, and do various things that teenagers love doing. Problem being, the things teenagers like doing cost money. A lot of money.We are nearing an age where our parents decide that they don’t want to... Read more »

Summer blockbusters hit theaters

Summer blockbusters hit theaters

Vaidya Keeran, Staff Writer
June 5, 2015
Filed under Features

“Jurassic World” Taking place 22 years after the events of “Jurassic Park,” the Central American island of Isla Nublar has finally become a fully functioning dinosaur theme park.However, a hybrid dinosaur, the Indominus Rex, escapes, and it’s up to Velociraptor trainer Owen Grady ... Read more »