The Californian

When keeping time goes awry

When keeping time goes awry

Jordan Vereen, Staff Writer November 29, 2021

Ah, clocks. Gatekeepers of time, space, and maybe some other things, but most importantly, they’re wonderful to watch when I have an hour to do my English test. Well, at least when they aren’t failing...

PSAT day horror stories occur throughout the day as College Board accumulates more and more power.

Annual PSAT day fails to meet standards again

Kira Sidhu, Staff Writer November 29, 2021

Ahh, PSAT day. We may have sharpened our No. 2 pencils to perfection the night before, but the school seems to have missed the point.  It’s clear the district really tried to change things up this...

Holiday stuck in constant  mediocrity.

Breaking News! Thanksgiving is still a holiday!

Wyatt Golla, Staff Writer November 18, 2021

Thanksgiving is everybody’s third or fourth favorite holiday.  Don’t get me wrong, I love spending time with my family, but there’s something uniquely drab about Thanksgiving in particular.  It’s...

Many students have fond memories of attending school online from the comfort of their own beds.

An ode to online schooling

Evan Heinz, Staff Writer October 15, 2021

Zoom, oh where art thou?  I have fallen under the care of Schoology, a cruel mistress. I await your comforting smile. Hurry home.  There are many things I miss about online school. I know many...

The demon stairs of the main building sadly did not disappear during quarantine.

Back to school backfires

Wyatt Golla, Staff Writer October 15, 2021

There is one truth at this school: there’s always something going on at Cal High.  It doesn’t matter if we are online or in person. It’s always something.  Honestly, I definitely could have...

Students face roadwork trouble

Jordan Vereen, Staff Writer October 15, 2021

Students have always struggled with getting to school.  Early wake-up times, transportation, those annoying pedestrians, the works. Who would’ve thought that I’d need yet another obstacle between...

Its hard to find a job that benefits the lifestyle of post-pandemic teens.

Lazily looking for a job in a post-COVID 19 world

Wyatt Golla, Staff Writer May 28, 2021

I am finally old enough to apply for a summer job, but I find myself with a problem that some students might be able to relate to.  The problem is I don’t think I have done anything remotely useful...

The beloved Costco churro has returned to the Costco food court.

The triumphant return of the Costco churro

Nick Harvey, Opinions Editor May 28, 2021

The friendly service. The wide array of items. The food court. There’s much to love about Costco.  But Costco has become even more lovable with the re-introduction of their classic churro at the...

The deserted land that is the Cal High quad.

Did the Cal High campus miss us?

Wyatt Golla, Staff Writer April 28, 2021

We have been away from school for almost a year now, and I never thought I would say this but, I miss actually being in school. Shocking, I know. But as much as we may have missed the campus there's...

Texas is giving Florida a run for its money.

Texas: A rapsheet

Brady Horton and Josh Nichols April 28, 2021

Today, we’re going to be talking about Texas, the only state that has seceded from two different countries because the ruling class was so against the idea of freeing their slaves. Texas is a vast...

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