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Chris deClercq is Cal Highs new athletic director.

Adding to the Cal administration nation

Sydney Cicchitto, Staff Writer October 19, 2021

Chris deClercq, athletic director  The new athletic director at Cal High this year is Chris deClercq. He was originally a teacher in Walnut Creek, as well as the baseball coach for San Ramon...

How did COVID-19 vaccine get developed so quickly?

Sri Kotipalli, Staff Writer May 17, 2021

Vaccines usually take 10-15 years to develop and get approved, but the COVID-19 vaccine was created and ready to roll out to the public in less than one year. The Pfizer mRNA COVID-19 vaccine was one...

The COVID-19 vaccine is now available in all 50 states, as more adults get vaccinated everyday.

Vaccine distributions spread throughout the country

Jett Gold, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Where and when can I get the vaccine? What centers near me offer it? Do I have to go to a huge center or can I go to my local pharmacy? These are all common questions asked over the last couple months...

The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact is essentially an agreement between states in which they would pledge their electoral votes to the candidate that wins the most votes nationwide.

Why does America still use the Electoral College?

Brady Horton , Staff Writer October 31, 2020

This story can also be viewed in our November 2020 Features Issue under the Print section of our website. The Electoral College is America’s very own unique and almost unexplainable democratic lovechild. But...

Each class has its own bone to pick with the pandemic

Each class has its own bone to pick with the pandemic

Tyler Lunn, Asiyah Ally, Ridhi Goyal, and Eli Mayerson September 25, 2020

After the 2020-21 school year started online, there have been many perks exclusive to the high school experience that freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors are now missing out on.

Shaking it up this summer

Shaking it up this summer

Ceci Musgrove, Features Editor 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...

Yo-yo, it’s fro-yo

Yo-yo, it’s fro-yo

Emmy Burrus , Co Editor-in-Chief May 29, 2019

ooking for a cool summer treat without the extra calories of ice cream? Frozen yogurt is a great alternative. Although this dessert still isn’t very healthy, on a hot summer day who cares? And lucky...

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream this upcoming summer break

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream this upcoming summer break

Sabrina Contreras, Co Managing Editor May 29, 2019

As summer approaches, the only thing that can save us from the scorching sun is ice cream. Lucky for you, I’ve taken my precious time to go ice cream tasting, trying to find the best ice cream around....

Science discredits signs

Science discredits signs

Michelle Kuperman, A&E Editor May 2, 2019

 People believe whatever ideas and concepts support their perspective of the world.  As such, many people have differing opinions on astrology,  the study of the movements and relative...

Astrology becoming a staple of pop culture

Astrology becoming a staple of pop culture

Varsha Ravi, Managing Editor May 2, 2019

Astrology’s recent revival is just another aspect of mainstream culture.   Astrology refers to using details of people’s birth, such as  location, date and time, to construct information...

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