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Memorial dedicated to fallen student

Memorial dedicated to fallen student

Ben Rettig, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018


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The afternoon of Nov. 27 was one of remembrance for the Cal High community as one of their own was forever etched in the foundation of campus. Lance Corporal Kyle D. Crowley, a proud Cal graduate and even prouder Marine, was honored with a stone memorial dedicated to him in the school quad.  ...

Stress culminates for students during finals

Brynn Kan, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018


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December is always one of the most stressful times of the year at Cal High.  Freshmen are experiencing their first finals week, while many sophomores face the added pressure of their first finals in AP classes. Juniors are overwhelmed because, well, it’s junior year,  and seniors are ...

How to stay safe and prepare for a fire

Maddy Klessel, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018


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lifornia devastated the lives of many people in Butte County last month. Paradise, a town in Butte County, was wiped out, forcing residents to flee for their lives. Many Cal High alumni attending Chico State came home early  for Thanksgiving break because of the fire.  In the case of a wil...

After the Fire

After the Fire

Sabrina Contreras, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018


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The smoke-filled skies in San Ramon last month reflected a tragedy of the Butte County  Camp Fire.  More than 153,000 acres of land was destroyed, 85 people lost their lives and nearly 14,000 structures were destroyed, making this fire the deadliest and most destructive fire in Californi...

Students chip in to help the needy

Students chip in to help the needy

Rachel Pak, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018


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For many people, the holidays are all about giving and being able to appreciate what they have. But others  don’t know what that’s like That’s why so many Cal High students have been so generous this holiday season by donating to on-campus organizations  looking to help others. The leadership...

Handling academic pressure in high school

Handling academic pressure in high school

Shiphrah Moses, Freshman Columnist

December 18, 2018


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I was in a classroom one day last month talking to my friend about an upcoming meeting with my counselor.      As we discussed our academic future, my friend started to talk about how stressed he was. When I brought up the prospect of him talking to the counselor for help, he laughed at m...

Star Wars fan film released this week

Star Wars fan film released this week

Sam Campopiano, Managing Editor

December 18, 2018


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For the first time in three years, Disney has decided not to release a Star Wars film in December.  But that does not mean that there won’t be any new Star Wars content this winter.   Star Wars Theory, the most popular Star Wars channel on YouTube, has been working on a fan-made Star Wa...

Campus leaders have new plans

Campus leaders have new plans

Kate Hong, Staff Writer

November 15, 2018


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Senior Tanner Draper seems like he was meant for his role as ASB president. Draper has been a class president ever since middle school, including his freshman, sophomore, and junior years, before being elected ASB president last spring. As head of student government, Draper believes that he can...

She’s busy exploring the Final Frontier

She’s busy exploring the Final Frontier

Priyanka Krishna, Staff Writer

November 15, 2018


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For many students, working at NASA is a seemingly unreachable goal. But senior Madison Cicchitto reached for the stars and scored the opportunity of a lifetime at just 17 years old.  For nearly six months, Cicchitto worked to earn an internship at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain ...

City Center finally opens

City Center finally opens

Rachel Pak, Staff Writer

November 15, 2018


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After years of construction, planning, and hard work, the City Center Bishop Ranch is finally open to the public.  The 300,000-square-foot center on Bollinger Canyon Road near the Target shopping center features 70 different shops and restaurants.  The $300 million City Center also feat...

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