The Official Student-Run Newspaper of California High School

The Californian

The Official Student-Run Newspaper of California High School

The Californian

The Official Student-Run Newspaper of California High School

The Californian

Harry Styles newest album shows fans a new side of him.

“Harry’s House” houses a burst of emotions

Anika Choudhary, Online Editor June 1, 2022

After solidifying his place as a solo artist in the music industry with his album “Fine Line”, singer Harry Styles has followed up his most successful era to date with the release of his album “Harry’s...

Ewan McGregor reprises his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi in the new Disney+ series, which started last week. The third episode is available today.

Obi Wan Kenobi gets his own series on Disney+

Kaustav Pal, Staff Writer June 1, 2022

There’s nothing like kicking your summer off with a series to binge. The first two episodes of “Obi-Wan Kenobi” came out on May 27 on Disney+, and the new show from the Star Wars franchise is definitely...

From left to right, Miles Vetrovec, Maya Chakravarthi, Lia Roy, Devin Addiego, Madison Reedy, Saachi Sharma, and Kit Town rehearse for their upcoming performance in “Clue”. The closing show is tonight at 7 p.m.

‘Clue’ in on Cal’s spring play

Shravya Salem Sathish, A&E Editor April 29, 2022

Most board games induce thoughts of vacation nights, childish arguments and the back of a dusty closet that hasn’t been touched since middle school. But not Clue. A comical but chilling mystery, it...

From left to right, Minseo Kim, Dylan Liujanto and Raymond Chen were named to honor bands this year.

Trio named to honors bands

Tanvi Pandya, online Opinions Editor April 29, 2022

Cal High has been known to have an extensive music program, with multiple classes offered and a series of performances throughout the year. So, it comes to no surprise that many students participating...

Her Side of the Story is a new exhibit at the Museum of the San Ramon Valley. It opened in February and will remain on display until May 22.

New exhibit at SRV Museum

Hallie Chong, Online Editor April 29, 2022

At the former railroad station in Danville lives the Museum of the San Ramon Valley, which is filled with preserved artifacts scattered throughout the history of the area.  The museum creates an opportunity...

From left to right, Kit Town, Emma Kollo, Briana Farias, and Sean Martin attend the auditions held on March 10th for an acting part in the club’s film.

Cal’s new club focuses on making original films

Samantha Contreras, A&E Editor April 29, 2022

“I never really cared about not being the same as those around me. But that doesn’t mean I don’t want to be the same.” Junior Brianna Marbella writes these lines in her first screenplay for...

Read The Californians take on the hottest A&E topics in our new Pop Culture Corner.

‘Turning Red’ has been turning heads

Hannah Shariff, Staff Writer April 29, 2022

As time progresses the need for representation of different minorities is increasing, and although we’re on the right path, there are many bumps on this road.  Many different forms of representation...

April Issue Comic Strip

April Issue Comic Strip

Shua Lee, Artist April 29, 2022

Junior Kevin Goodman checks the negative images of some photos he took in Paul Fortayon’s photography class. Fortayon teaches the photography and advanced photography classes that focus on film, while Jennifer Bible and Kathleen Seabury teach Cal High’s digital photography classes.

Say cheese!

Erica Dembrowicz and Parwaan Virk April 29, 2022

Since the advent of digital photography, photos shot on authentic film have become much less common over the years. However, Cal High students interested in photography have a chance to experience the...

Cal High strings and chamber orchestra performs at the district’s Area String Festival, hosted on March 9 in the Cal High Event Center.

Area string festival’s triumphant return

Hallie Chong, Online Editor March 23, 2022

For music lovers of all grades, the area string festival returned to Cal High after a two-year hiatus. The festival, which had been canceled  the past two years because of the COVID-19 pandemic, made...

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