The Californian

Even while school is remote and people stay at home, participating seniors are still actively seeking out their targets.

Even in a pandemic, Assassins lives on

Seniors' annual Nerf gun game creates a feeling of normalcy
Josh Nichols, News Lite Editor March 11, 2021

During this nightmare of a past year, normalcy has been rewritten. But as I sat in the back parking lot of our school at 5:30 p.m. on a Tuesday, watching my fellow classmates aggressively maneuver their...

The stressful, terrifying game of Assassins

The stressful, terrifying game of Assassins

Aidan Trejo, Staff Writer March 26, 2019

I live everyday in constant fear, afraid that it could very well be my last day. I cannot walk down the street or to school without looking over my shoulder every three seconds. Why did I pay $15 to feel...

Shots fired during Assassins

Shots fired during Assassins

Alex Farley, Staff Writer February 28, 2014

With 240 seniors, one person to organize them all, and  $2,400 involved, the annual Assassins game sparked unusual controversy this year. In the past, Cal High administrators expressed their disapproval...

Assassins returns to Cal with a pop

March 13, 2012

Tyler Hollander Staff Writer Lock your doors. Patrol your house. Watch your back. And above all else, wear a turtleneck, because your classmates are coming for your neck. Assassins is back. For...

Cal overrun by hitmen

March 15, 2011

by Charlene Chew, staff writer Cal High’s seniors have been frantically reloading their Nerf guns with extra ammunition to accommodate the paranoia of being stalked that began early last month. This...

A day in the life of an Assassin

March 15, 2011

by Brandon Eiges, sports editor As I walked out my door the morning of Feb. 7, I approached my car with caution. Looking left, right, up, down, and all-around, paranoia struck. I pulled the trigger...

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