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

AP Spanish aids Latin America

AP Spanish aids Latin America

Daniela Noubleau, A&E Editor May 26, 2023

AP Spanish teachers have decided to expand their students’ horizons this year with a final project that looks beyond textbooks and the Bay Area and into Latin America. As part of the project, students...

All Girl Scout Cookies in Northern California now cost $6.

Girl Scout cookie inflation makes buyers feel crummy

Daniela Noubleau, A&E Editor April 28, 2023

Even Girl Scout cookies aren’t safe from inflation. The cost of the iconic cookies traditionally sold this time of year increased in Northern California from $5 to $6 a box on Jan. 29. This is the first...

Crossing guard and lunch lady Maka Maroun holds up a stop sign at a crosswalk so students can cross.

Maka Maroun does double duty as crossing guard and lunch lady

Daniela Noubleau, A&E Editor April 28, 2023

Have you ever wondered who cooks your lunch or helps you cross the road on your way to school? Maka Maroun, a cafeteria lunch lady and crossing guard, is one of those people who actually does both. Maroun...

This violin is part of the Violins of Hope project that was recently displayed at the Bankhead Theater in Livermore.

Violins with a story marked in wood

Daniela Noubleau, A&E Editor February 9, 2023

In the course of history, through war, pain, and violence, the belongings that were valued most were left behind. During World War II, prized violins, cellos and violas were an exception that now store...

The Polar Express is one of the holiday classics we recommend.

Stellar movies you can put at the top of your wishlist

Carson Pfotenhauer, Pranav Khosla, and Daniela Noubleau December 21, 2022

If you’re planning on binging movies this winter break, you might as well indulge in some classics, starting with these. Christmas time always seems to give us wacky family stories, so let’s start...

Cal High’s three choir groups sing “Baraka” together under the guidance of choir and dance teacher Lori Willis as the finale for their fall show on Nov. 3.

Choir and dance practice, perform and perfect

Daniela Noubleau, A&E Editor November 18, 2022

As the fall season comes to an end, the choir has sung a tune of success, while dance prepares for their upcoming fall showcase. The choir, small but powerful, has maintained their reputation with neat...

Cal High’s new plan to minimize parking lot congestion during pick-up and drop-off was announced on Oct. 3 and it includes reopening the horseshoe in front of the admin building. Administrators had closed the horseshoe for the first two months of school.

Parking and pick-up rules shift routines

Addison Jing and Daniela Noubleau October 13, 2022

It might be a new year, but Cal High students are still experiencing problems with traffic and parking, with a few new twists and turns in this windy road. Last year, about a quarter of the student body...

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