The Californian

The death of ‘Fortnite’ is near

Andrew Sousa, Sports Editor

March 26, 2019

At the beginning of time, there was Pong. Then there was Mario. Then there was Minecraft. And then there was... “Fortnite.” Throughout history, video games have come and gone, evolving with times. They’ve revolutionized the entertainment industry and almost always found themselves on top of...

Margarita Dickenson loses long battle with liver cancer

April 23, 2012

by Jen Hight online editor Cal High Spanish teacher Margarita Dickenson lost her long battle with liver cancer on April 7. She was 43. “She was my best friend,” said Spanish teacher Lilliana Maculus. “I loved her with all my heart.” Dickenson’s colleagues, students, friends, and family...

Retired educator John Korzick passes away

April 23, 2012

by Patrice Mardo editor in cheif “Winning is for today,” wrote former Cal High teacher John Korzick in his journal. “But learning is forever.” Remembered for his pursuits to motivate and educate, Korzick, who taught at Cal High from 2002-2011, will  always remain as integral part of the...