Student injured during senior pranks

June 9, 2014
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Despite the exciting senior pranks that filled the day on Friday, there was one event that put a black cloud over the whole day. Sophomore Marsela Calderon was seriously injured during the hallway mob/rager portion of the pranks, and was immediately hospitalized. The following is a Facebook... Read more »

Physics Boat Race Video

June 9, 2014
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Check out a video from last week's physics boat race. Cal High Boat Race 2014 

Senior Pranks: 2014

Senior Pranks: 2014

Ashton DeLano, Editor in Chief
June 9, 2014
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No senior prank in the history of California High school can rival the multi-stage June 6 prank that began during A-period and continued until the end of school. The intricate series of pranks touched all parts of the school, ranging from the parking lot to the main building to San Ramon... Read more »

Physics boat races cause a splash

Physics boat races cause a splash

June 3, 2014
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      Each year, physics students are challenged with the task of building a boat and paddling it across the pool and towards victory. Here are some photos from the exciting race. ... Read more »

Strange Map Sightings

Wynne Zhang, Staff Writer
May 30, 2014
Filed under News Lite, Online Exclusive

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 »

NHL Predictions

NHL Predictions

Sydney Finkel, Staff Writer
May 30, 2014
Filed under Online Exclusive, Sports

The competition to win the Stanley Cup is becoming more and more intense as the last few weeks of the NHL playoffs near. The first two rounds of the playoffs have been nerve-racking for all fans, and now more than ever the nerves are starting to kick in. In the Western... Read more »

Noises: Extended

Noises: Extended

May 28, 2014
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In this last May issue, four staff members of the Californian wrote about their favorite summer reads. Here are two extra Noises: Adam Jackson When school goes out, most people go on exciting adventures to random places around the world. I do the same, but my way is different:... Read more »

Spring Rally 2014

May 23, 2014
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Cal High's awesome "White Out" Rally featured black light action, dancers, drum line, and dodgeball. You can rewatch it on YouTube! Dodgeball Part 1 Dodgeball Part 2 Dodgeball... Read more »

Coldplay album enchants

Coldplay album enchants

Kathryn Lew, Staff Writer
May 21, 2014
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Coldplay released “Ghost Stories” on May 19, an album that is truly magical. Coldplay is a British alternative rock band that came to the world’s attention with their debut album “Parachutes” in 2000. Their more recent albums, “Viva la Vida or Death and All... Read more »

Cal High Cypher: Hussain Khan

April 29, 2014
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Cal High English Teacher Eghosa Obaiza hosts Freestyle Fridays, challenging students to compete with each other at rapping. Last Friday, students gathered together to spit verses that they had written themselves.  Check out Hussain Khan's Cypher on YouTube. Round... Read more »