The Californian

Apps blocked on district Wi-Fi

Erin Fox, Managing Editor June 5, 2015

It has been a well-known fact at Cal High that Facebook and Instagram have been long blocked on the district-wide Wi-Fi used in the school systems. But Snapchat and Netflix were recently added to these...

Police brutality inspires art

Erin Fox, Managing Editor June 5, 2015

Imagine my surprise when casually browsing Facebook last month and noticing on the right-hand side of the page that my hometown of Westfield, New Jersey, was the No. 1 top trend. Indeed, the place I...

Former coach sentenced

Erin Fox, Managing Editor March 10, 2015

Former Cal High head wrestling coach Kevin Lopez was sentenced last month to more than 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to eight felonies related to his inappropriate acts with three minors, prosecutors...

City Council discusses court locations

Erin Fox, Managing Editor March 10, 2015

The popular 24-hour basketball courts on the southeast corner of Central Park along Bollinger Canyon Road are long gone, but the battle for their relocation is more fervent than ever. Since the courts’...

HOSA club wins top honors at state

HOSA club wins top honors at state

Erin Fox, Managing Editor May 21, 2014

Cal High’s Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) club won five medals for ranking in the top three at the California State Leadership Conference in Anaheim in March and qualified for the National...

Teen lawsuit gives high schoolers a bad reputation

Erin Fox, Managing Editor April 10, 2014

It’s common for teens to sometimes fantasize about running away from home and having a life in which parental supervision does not apply. But Rachel Canning, an 18-year old from New Jersey, made this...

Corti closes campus

Erin Fox, Managing Editor April 10, 2014

Beginning next school year, seniors will no longer be allowed to leave campus for lunch. In an email sent out to staff on March 19, Principal Mark Corti wrote that he made a decision to close campus...

V-Day raises awareness for violence

Erin Fox, Managing Editor February 28, 2014

Valentine’s Day is a national holiday well known for being symbolic of romantic love between significant others. But amidst the sappy Hallmark cards and Russell Stover chocolates there is a less popular,...

Bastille’s Bad Blood

Erin Fox, Managing Editor December 9, 2013

British indie pop band Bastille has recently made its debut into the American music scene with its first full length album, “Bad Blood.” Bastille originally began as the solo project of lead singer...

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