The Californian

Athletes take careers to next level

Athletes take careers to next level

Brendan Ogburn, Staff Writer

May 25, 2017


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A total of 29 seniors are committed to take their athletic careers to the next level and play a sport in college. A year after Cal sent six athletes to Division I schools, seven athletes from the Class of 2017 will play at the D-1 level next year.  In addition, numerous other athletes will...

Senior Worsts for the Class of 2017

Aaron Velasquez, Staff Writer

May 25, 2017


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While everyone is looking back at four special years and remembering all their great friends, I would like to take the time to remind everyone that not everyone you met was oh so perfect. Once again I take it upon myself to be the rainstorm on our parade, that one little voice that lingers and says ...

Class of 2016, where students are going for college

June 7, 2016


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Grizzlies take their studies abroad

Grizzlies take their studies abroad

Ashley Amor and Jake Barnes

June 7, 2016


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For many seniors, the transition from high school to college signifies the beginning of a new era of exploration and independence. But a handful of students are about to take a bigger leap than some of us can even begin to imagine. Seniors Luke Campopiano, Camila Craig, Jared DeVilbiss, Craig Hughes,...

Cal High says goodbye to 4 teachers

Cal High says goodbye to 4 teachers

Cameron Harris, Jessica Yuan, Patrick Rettig, and Rebekah Cha

June 3, 2016


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Julie Bitnoff is retiring this year after 32 ½ years at Cal. She previously taught at Pine Valley Middle School, but moved to Cal during the second semester in the 1983-1984 school year as her goal was to teach at the high school level. Bitnoff’s favorite memories are of the students and staff...

Class of 2016 takes part in American politics

Nate Rankin, Staff Writer

June 3, 2016


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Television, film, and music alike all portray high school seniors in the same fashion. They are shown as lazy, shallow, and uninvolved with the world around them. It’s the classic stereotype that teens live with throughout their high school years. Now, is there an validity behind it? Well, yes. But...

Grizzlies take on D-1 universities

Grizzlies take on D-1 universities

Paige Zilinksas and Sydney Finkel

June 3, 2016


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There will be six Grizzlies representing the class of 2016 in a variety of Division 1 sports all over California, and the east coast. Senior Rachel Marchuk will be continuing her softball career at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut next year. Marchuk has been on the Cal High varsity softball...

Senior Worsts

Senior Worsts

Saif Khan, Staff Writer

June 3, 2016


Filed under Senior Issue, Senior Issue 2016

As senior year comes to a close, it is important to look back fondly at the unique and beloved students in our class who we will cherish for years to come. But it is of equal importance to reminisce over the not so great standouts amongst our class. So without further ado, I present (the entirely...

Former editor in chief reflects on past year of college

Former editor in chief reflects on past year of college

Austin Hille, Guest Writer

June 3, 2016


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Perhaps there is no greater feeling than walking off the football field after graduation and realizing that high school is officially over. But after that feeling goes away, many are quickly shoved into a new reality of living in a university environment and handling every aspect that such an environment...

Former editors offer sage college advice

Annissa Bensalah, Editor-In-Chief

June 3, 2016


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Next fall, most of Cal High’s current seniors will leave home and begin their adult lives at colleges all across the country. With the newfound freedoms of college life, large work loads, and the stress of having to start over, college can be both exciting and challenging for young adults. To...

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