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

Dustin Smith wins the Worst Dietary Decision by eating an AirPod.

The 11 worst superlatives for the Class of 2021

Josh Nichols, Brady Horton, and Ben Olson June 2, 2021

In our four years at Cal, there have been numerous instances of triumph and success. But we want to focus on the lowlights, so to say. Welcome to the Class of 2021’s Senior Worsts.  Worst Victims...

Growing unpopularity leads to Newsom recall election

Brady Horton, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Gavin Newsom looks to be the first California governor in almost 20 years to be sent to a recall election. On April 26, California state officials reported over 1.6 million valid voter signatures in...

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...

An Academic Leadership student tutor demonstrates a math equation via Zoom during student support. Tutors in the new class offer students help in a variety of subjects.

New Academic Leadership class succeeds in virtual environment

Brady Horton, Staff Writer February 5, 2021

My heart raced as I entered the Zoom call for Tess Schoenthal's geometry class. I was to lead a group of students through a worksheet and help them with any questions they may have. I felt like many...

Rudy Giuliani: From America’s mayor to national embarrassment

Brady Horton, Staff Writer December 16, 2020

On Sept. 11, 2001, New York City was ready to move on from Rudy Giuliani.  After two full terms as mayor, mixed results of combating crime with policies of broken windows policing, and overall growing...

The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact is essentially an agreement between states in which they would pledge their electoral votes to the candidate that wins the most votes nationwide.

Why does America still use the Electoral College?

Brady Horton, Staff Writer October 31, 2020

This story can also be viewed in our November 2020 Features Issue under the Print section of our website. The Electoral College is America’s very own unique and almost unexplainable democratic lovechild. But...

Just when you thought it was safe to check your grades again, Schoolloop returns with a vengeance and tempts students to their swipe to refresh lives. Oh, the horror!

Schoolloop giveth, Schoolloop taketh away… Schoolloop giveth once more?

Brady Horton, Staff Writer September 28, 2020

It was the night of Aug. 10. Summer break lurched toward its end, the coronavirus pandemic continued to rage, and full time virtual school drew closer and closer each day. Thousands of Cal High students,...

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