The Californian

Dancing through the decades

October 11, 2010


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by Tyler Hollander, staff writer It’s that time of year again, when all the buzz on campus is of  homecoming  and the festivities that come with it. Homecoming begins next week and ends with the annual, much-anticipated dance on Oct. 16. “I’m excited that it’s a huge event and there’s a lot of people,” junior Cydney House said, ...

Big Brother is Watching

October 11, 2010


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By Melanie Eiges In February, students at Harriton High School in Pennsylvania were thrilled to receive new laptops from the school. This was until they found out they were being tracked by the web cams in the laptops that took a screenshot every 15 minutes. The Lower Merion School Disrict received over 56,000 photos showing student’s p...

Cheer, song told skirts too short

October 5, 2010


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By Ramsey Delano, managing editor As administrators crack down on short shorts and spaghetti straps, they also decided late last month to enforce the dress code for Cal High’s song and cheerleading teams, no longer allowing them to wear their skirts during school hours. After recent complaints...

New Liaison on Campus

October 5, 2010


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by Tate Delano, staff writer Cal High welcomed a new school resource officer for the 2010-11 school year when Hollis Tong took over for Rob Ransom. Tong, who has worked as a police officer for the past 12 years has recently become Cal’s new resource officer. “My role is to mentor, teach,...

Boobies Bracelet Is the Rage

October 1, 2010


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By Nisha Panjabi and Shazeen Nasim Photo by Alex Archuleta Much to the dismay of many parents and teachers, students at Cal High and throughout the San Ramon Valley Unified School District have lately been sporting their love for “boobies” on their sleeves. The silicone brace...

Measure A funds new football fields

October 1, 2010


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By Natasha Harlankar Photo by Nick Gardner In spite of furlough days, larger class sizes and cost-cutting across the board, the San Ramon Valley Unified School District was still able to install new turf on football fields at three different high schools over the summer. The school district spent $654...

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