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Bible illustrates importance of graphic arts

Bible illustrates importance of graphic arts

Priyanka Krishna and Ceci Musgrove, Staff Writers

May 29, 2019

Cal High computer graphic arts teacher Jennifer Bible draws a picture of the world of graphic design. Originally starting as a business major, Bible first discovered her love for graphic arts and advertising in college at Chico State. She learned about graphic design from her roommate and started...

Shaking it up this summer

Shaking it up this summer

Ceci Musgrove, Staff Writer

May 29, 2019

In a time of hot weather and sticky desserts, the milkshake is by far my favorite and the cleanest treat of the summertime.  Keeping everything in a cup on the go or even sitting down at your favorite diner, the milkshake is the sweetest delicacy this summer.  Unlike ice cream or froze...

Star signs fool no one

Ceci Musgrove, Staff Writer

May 2, 2019

ns are often viewed by people everywhere, skeptical or not.  Every day I wake up and check my Co-Star app to see if something new is going to affect my day, my relationships with others, or if I should watch out for something I shouldn’t be doing. Like most, I can be skeptical of things I see i...

New production brings attention to the arts

Ceci Musgrove, Staff Writer

March 26, 2019

Remember kaleidoscopes, those fun cylinders given to us as kids, with colorful, geometric shapes inside?  Well, that’s the idea for this year’s performing arts concert.  Cal’s performing arts department will host Kaleidoscope on April 25-26. The show will feature 20-minute performances b...

Celebrating Black History

Celebrating Black History

Sabrina Conterras and Ceci Musgrove, Staff Writers

February 12, 2019

Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.” Black History Month is the time to bring to light what so many people have tried to pull down into darkness. It’s a month that is dedicated to learning and spreading insight regarding ...

Should race be considered in college apps?

Should race be considered in college apps?

Jenna Lyons and Ceci Musgrove

October 16, 2018

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...