The Californian

Federal stimulus bill does not cover undocumented immigrants or young adults

California Governor Newsom has announced a $125 million relief fund to financially aid undocumented immigrants struggling amidst the coronavirus. Photo courtesy NBC News.

Sophia Puentes, Staff Writer, Photographer

May 19, 2020

The CARES Act, a bipartisan $2 trillion stimulus package, offered financial assistance for struggling Americans during the current coronavirus pandemic. The CARES Act includes multiple forms of economic assistance, but the stimulus checks were a major debate. Under the CARES Act,  adult U.S....

Some of 16 California propositions outlined

Julia Tjan, News Editor

November 7, 2016

There is no doubt that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have taken center stage this election, leaving important inner-state propositions largely ignored. The 16 propositions that will appear on the ballot for tomorrow’s election have the potential to directly affect the lives of Californians, perhaps...

Welcome to the Hotel California

Welcome to the Hotel California

October 17, 2014

  From top-down, biology teacher Andrew White performs his annual juggling clown act on a unicycle at the homecoming parade on Oct. 10; seniors Kristy Graham, Samantha Fox, and Roman Lubarski swab the deck aboard the senior’s winning pirate-themed float; freshmen embrace being tacky ...

It’s time for California to legalize marijuana

It's time for California to legalize marijuana


February 28, 2014

The first of the year marked a historic day for Colorado when marijuana became legal in the state for the first time. Two dozen shops sold marijuana legally to consumers over the age of 21, and within a week 37 shops made more than $5 million, according to the Huffington Post. Many rallied agains...

Common core is not right for California

Erica Drake, Staff Writer

December 19, 2012

The state of California has decided to jump on the common core standards bandwagon. Beginning the 2014-15 school year, say goodbye to the old California education standards students are used to and hello to the same standards seen in 45 other states and the District of Columbia. Even though most...

Grizzlies ranked among ESPN RISE’s Top 25 teams in California

October 15, 2010

By Brandon Eiges While the fall weather has started to get hot, the Cal High football team has remained a consistent heat throughout the entire school year. After back-to-back wins for the first time in history against Monte Vista on Oct. 1 and San Ramon Valley on Oct. 8, Cal has gained statewide recognition for only the second ti...