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Cal’s choir is more than just singing

Cal’s choir is more than just singing

Anne Syed, Staff Writer

May 30, 2018


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Walk into Cal High’s choir room any day during lunch and it’s filled with kids smiling and composing quick melodies. “The goal for the class is to make beautiful music, approach all things with thoughtfulness and care, take individual accountability for your learning and your role as a member...

What to pack for a music festival

What to pack for a music festival

Ilene Morrisette, A&E Editor

May 30, 2018


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As summer approaches, so do music festivals. You have the tickets, but you may be asking “What should I bring?” Well, The Californian has the  answers for you. What you bring to a music festival can greatly influence how enjoyable the festival is. If you have the wrong shoes or don’t bring ...

T-Swizzle rips up Alex’s heart and his sign

T-Swizzle rips up Alex’s heart and his sign

Alex Suehiro, Staff Writer

May 30, 2018


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Going to see your favorite artist in concert is an amazing experience, but going backstage and possibly meeting her is a dream come true, especially when that artist is Taylor Swift.  The question is… How does one get backstage?  Taylor Swift’s camp provided The Californian with free tickets to the Friday night concert...

Drama presents the roaring ’20s

Drama presents the roaring ’20s

Matt Martinez, Staff Writer

April 27, 2018


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Cal High Drama is bringing the roaring ’20s back to the present in their upcoming adaptation of “The Great Gatsby.” Students have been working hard for over a month to do their best to bring the world that F. Scott Fitzgerald created to life. The play is being helmed by two student directors,...

Pawsh: Spring fashion trends

Pawsh: Spring fashion trends

Anne Syed, Staff Writer

April 27, 2018


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When the sun starts shining a little longer and the temperature rises, we all pull out our favorite shorts, flowy dresses and bring more color into our wardrobes.  Spring fashion this year calls for vibrant pastels and lots of patterns. When you walk into Forever 21, you’re going to see a l...

‘Smash Bros. 5’ is ready to brawl

‘Smash Bros. 5’ is ready to brawl

Brandon Victoriano, Staff Writer

April 27, 2018


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Fans of the franchise “Super Smash Bros.” have been excited ever since the newest installment of the series for the Nintendo Switch was officially announced. During Nintendo Direct, an online presentation, in which Nintendo announces future titles coming to their consoles, the trailer for the...

What is the most ridiculous assignment you’ve ever recieved in high school?

Emma Hall, John Symank, Conan Maron, and Kiley Borba

April 27, 2018


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Name: Emma Hall Position: Managing Editor Assignment: “Back To The Future 4” & Memetics My high school experience has not always been prestigious like this district paints itself to be. Last year, I took a social science class that could be considered not very academically challenging. I...

Luca’s descent into Marvel madness

Luca’s descent into Marvel madness

Luca Dickten, Staff Writer

April 27, 2018


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On the eve of one of Marvel Studio’s most anticipated movies of all time, “Avengers: Infinity War,” two AMC theaters are running a 31-hour marathon of Marvel content, from “Iron Man” to “Avengers: Infinity War.” “Avengers: Infinity War” was released last night and will be the longest...

Will ‘Avengers:Infinity War’ live up to the hype?

Will ‘Avengers:Infinity War’ live up to the hype?

Mason Allen, Staff Writer

April 27, 2018


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Marvel fans have been patiently waiting in excitement for the release of “Infinity War,” which was released last night. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is more popular than ever. People relish in seeing intricate action scenes and witty dialogue intertwined, where their  favorite superheroes and villains a...

Carnatic idol Vivrd Prasanna

Neha Kaul, A&E Editor

March 14, 2018


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Cal High has a lot of talented musicians and singers, but only a few can call themselves award winning. Sophomore Vivrd Prasanna can do just that.  Prasanna is a singer of South Indian Classical music, also known as Carnatic music.  Carnatic music evolved from and is greatly influenced...

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