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Cal High’s ‘Baby with the Bathwater’ succeeds.

Cal High’s ‘Baby with the Bathwater’ succeeds.

Rhea Saini, Staff Writer
February 22
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Never before have Cal High students witnessed such raunchy, dark, and vulgar humor as seen Friday night in “Baby with the Bathwater.” There were jokes about babies getting run over by buses, mothers popping anti depressants like there's no tomorrow, and sexual innuendos so risqué that mothers ...

Staff speaks out about our government in action

Staff speaks out about our government in action

Patrick Rettig and Gabby Reid
February 17
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What an eventful and stressful week Cal High. On a national scale, a week has never given me so much anxiety, but then again I find myself saying that pretty much every week for the last month. By the way congratulations to the Trump administration for surviving its first month. You guys really de...

The red carpet rolls out for these upcoming movies

Anna Cooper, Staff Writer
February 15
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The curtains have fallen on 2016, and Hollywood is ready to bring their game for 2017. The Silver Screen better be ready because these films are bound to be box office hits. “Wonder Woman”             The next installment in the DC franch...

Staff speaks out about UC Berkeley protests

Staff speaks out about UC Berkeley protests

Josh Iversen, Kat LeTran, Cameron Harris, and Kiley Borba
February 3
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The events that took place at UC Berkeley Wednesday night were simply embarrassing. The violence and hate exhibited by rioters on campus was repulsive and cannot be tolerated. I will never support speaker Milo Yiannopoulos and his oppressive political views, but I will always support the right that h...

Obama’s Legacy

Obama’s Legacy

Sam Campopiano, Staff Writer
January 20
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Today is inauguration day, the day of the peaceful passing of power.  Today marks the end of an eight-year Obama administration, and it is a good time to reflect on President Obama’s achievements. For the last eight years, President Obama has been a courageous and hard-working president. &nbs...

‘Ouija: Origin of Evil’ is inconsistent

‘Ouija: Origin of Evil’ is inconsistent

Christine Lee, Staff Writer
November 7
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Tracing back to 1944, where the ouija board had its first feature in the horror film, 'The Uninvited', many films like 'Seance: The Summoning' and 'The Ouija Experiment' have used this strange device to create horrifying stories that have left spiritualists fascinated by the deep history behind it. ...

Trump Tape shows true colors

Trump Tape shows true colors

Jenna Baner, Staff Writer
October 14
Filed under Online Exclusive, Opinion, Showcase

Well, Donald Trump’s microphones aren’t always broken. He’s just not always aware that they’re on.   Unfortunately, this means that the American people along with the rest of the world had to hear him brag about sexually assaulting women.   Last week, a video was leak...

Drake leaves his mark at Oracle Arena

Drake leaves his mark at Oracle Arena

Marley Fernandes, Staff Writer
September 16
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Drizzy Drake shook the Bay Area with his Summer Sixteen Tour last Tuesday, September 13. As much as fans appreciated the opening acts, Roy Woods and DVSN, they were focused on their headliner. The lights shut off, and Drake’s into to the song “Summer Sixteen” filled the arena. Fireworks crac...

MTV’s VMAs Red Carpet is full of risks

MTV’s VMAs Red Carpet is full of risks

Nicole Tan, Staff Writer
September 2
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Last Saturday in New York City, your favorite artists and musicians gathered together for the 33rd annual MTV Video Music Awards.  Not only is the VMAs one of the most iconic and controversial nights in music, it’s a highly anticipated night in fashion, and this year was not one to disappoint.   ...

X-Men Apocalypse is a showstopper

X-Men Apocalypse is a showstopper

Kaitlyn Martin, Staff Writer
June 5
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'X-Men: Apocalypse" is the third in a series of "X-Men" prequel movies that go back in time and show how so many characters became the way they are in the sequel movies. Where the last film left off, Xavier had surrendered his ability to walk for the greater good and to accept his fate as leader of ...

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