Sullen seagulls soar away from school

Zoe Chan, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014
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Woodward lightens up

Pierce Woodward, Advice Columnist
November 21, 2014
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Cancel your trip, North Korea closes borders

Cancel your trip, North Korea closes borders

Austin Hille, Editor In Chief
November 21, 2014
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Ebola is bad. That’s pretty much an accepted fact. But the truth of that fact really hit home on Oct. 23 when North Korea decided to close its doors to the multitudes of tourists that visit each year because of the Ebola outbreak. Yes, even the mighty Kim Jong Un has joined the international... Read more »

Berkeley’s needy are getting ‘weedy’

Berkeley’s needy are getting ‘weedy’

Albert Liao, Staff Writer
October 17, 2014
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Do you make less than $32,000 a year and own a medical marijuana card? Don’t worry: Berkeley has free weed for you, instead of food and necessities you actually need for survival. Recently, Berkeley’s City Council unanimously passed a law to make medical marijuana free for low income workers. “There... Read more »

Woodward escapes, returns

Woodward escapes, returns

Pierce Woodward, Advice Columnist
October 17, 2014
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Hey Cal High, I’m back. Last year, I was kidnapped. Now you’re up to speed. As usual, I’m available to answer your burning questions. Dear Woodward of Wisdom, I really want to become a good role model for someone I know, what things should I do? Sincerely, Definitely Not Expecting... Read more »

Canoodling on campus

Saatvika Deshpande, Staff Writer
October 17, 2014
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You know, there’s really nothing that I enjoy more than the sight of two high schoolers going at it like hormonal chimpanzees. While a little peck here and there is common enough year-round, the few weeks that precede homecoming bear witness to a dramatic rise in displays of overly amorous affection... Read more »

Strange Map Sightings

Wynne Zhang, Staff Writer
May 30, 2014
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From crop circles to buffalo herds to people with fake pigeon heads on in Japan- it can all be discovered with the all-seeing and mighty Google Maps. People use Google Maps for navigation, but also to look through ghost towns, take  virtual vacations to the Maldives, or... Read more »

Back parking lot is a death trap

Back parking lot is a death trap

Alex Farley, Staff Writer
May 21, 2014
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It is no secret that the Cal High parking lot is a death trap overflowing with reckless and inexperienced drivers. Lazy, sleep deprived zombies race into the lot in order to not be late to school. The students, barely awake, drive aimlessly into the lot dreading the day ahead of them. Tests... Read more »

Where oh where could Woodward be?

Where oh where could Woodward be?

Pierce Woodward, Advice Columnist
May 21, 2014
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Well guys, it’s official. I’ve been stolen. I’ve always dreamed about situations like this. About what I’d do, the hidden messages I’d sneak through. Then my kidnapper gives me a pen and paper and says he’ll tell The Californian to keep printing my stuff. I can’t figure him out. I... Read more »

Prom and ball bring pain to all

Prom and ball bring pain to all

Sam Gershik, Staff Writer
April 10, 2014
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Junior Prom has come and gone and next on many students’ agenda is Senior Ball. Prom and ball are the bat mitzvah, the quinceanera, the Sweet Sixteen party every young man never had. He gets to dress up in his finest suit and tie, ride in a limo, and stay out late. But this isn’t without quite... Read more »