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Many Parkland students face PTSD

Many Parkland students face PTSD

Izzy Belof, Staff Writer

May 2, 2019


Filed under News, Uncategorized

In light of the school shootings that American students have witnessed in recent years,  it’s not suprising how these tragedies are affecting some students. Sydney Aiello and Calvin Desir, two survivors of the Parkland shooting last year, were recently found dead after committing suicide. Bo...

Looking for fun? You won’t find it in San Ramon

Looking for fun? You won’t find it in San Ramon

Izzy Belof and Conan Maron, Staff Writers

February 12, 2019


Filed under News Lite, Uncategorized

Living in the Bay Area means living a life full of vibrant activ- ity, and with San Ramon being in such close proximity to San Francisco, there should be a multitude of interesting things to do in this city. OK, not really. There’s literal- ly nothing to do. But out of the doldrums of bore...

Jonathan Chan, the film-making man

Jonathan Chan, the film-making man

Sam Campopiano, Managing Editor

February 12, 2019


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The next famous movie director might be in the desk next to you at Cal High. Senior Jonathan Chan has dedicated the last four years ofhis life to creating short lmsand progressing along the pathto ful lling his dream job ofbeing a director. “I’ve always been interested in the movie mak...

When is a movie live action?

When is a movie live action?

LV Vishwanathan, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019


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There has been much debateamong lm lovers about whatmovies are considered animated and what movies are considered live action, despite having ani- mated elements. Live action animation mov- ies are movies in which CG characters interact with real life characters and environments. The rs...

Dear College Board, you really suck

Dear College Board, you really suck

Siddhant Gupta, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019


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Dear College Board, Thank you for being the na-tion’s leading education basednonpro t association dedicated to preparing, inspiring, andconnecting students to college. Ever since you created the rst American College Entrance Exam for multiple colleges in 1899, you have made high scho...

New Year brings new laws

New Year brings new laws

Emmy Burrus, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019


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A new year means new laws for California. From banning plastic straws to raising the minimum wage, these new laws cover a broad range of categories. One of the most talked about of these new laws prevents dine-in restaurants from giving customers plastic straws unless asked for one. ...

Should race be considered in college apps?

Should race be considered in college apps?

Jenna Lyons and Ceci Musgrove

October 16, 2018


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YES:  SAT score, GPA, extracurricular activities, personal essays. Should a student’s race be grouped with these as criteria for getting into college? Over the summer, previously made guidelines that promoted the consideration of race on applications were removed, meaning universities are...

March Madness in the Newsroom

March Madness in the Newsroom

Conan Maron and Alex Suehiro

March 14, 2018


Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

It’s the time of the season again. Where hopefuls throw darts at a wall to decide who’s going to win the national college championship and the entire country decides to actually care about basketball for about two weeks before throwing it back into obscurity in favor of the Cavaliers overlords in...

Which animated show would you live in?

Mason Allen, Brandon Victoriano, Ilene Morrisette, Emma Hall

November 7, 2017


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Name: Mason Allen Position: Staff Writer Show: “Futurama” In the year 3000, people regularly live to the age of 160, characters can make it from the earth to the moon in only a couple of seconds and all your favorite celebrities are permanently preserved as heads at a local museum.  Thi...

Beloved ’80s show ‘Ducktales’ gets revival

Kiley Borba, Staff Writer

October 11, 2017


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If there is one thing that can be said about the this decade, it’s that our media is saturated with nostalgia.  Reboots, remakes, and adaptations are being shot at us left and right regardless of whether  or not most people are familiar with the source material.  Unfortunately,...

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