The Californian

Hollywood Hypocrisy: Oscars are still so white

Illustration by Michelle Nguyen

Ronnie Gogoi, Co News Editor

February 7, 2020

The student population at Cal High is extremely diverse, with a variety of different races from all over the globe. Pulling the best and brightest from our school would result in a wide net of people from various walks of life.  It’s a simple concept… unless you’re the Academy of Motion...

Theater 4 goes Hollywood

From left to right. Erica D'Souza, Sarah O'Brien, Katelyn Reedy, and Alex Kerstetter goof around in the Theater 4 class.

Sierra Randel, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018

Lights, camera, action!  With the addition of a Theater Arts 4 class at Cal High, students passionate about drama can now pursue a more advanced level of acting and receive the opportunity to take acting classes in Hollywood. Unlike other theater classes offered at Cal, the new class allo...

Books versus movies: the great debate

Books versus movies: the great debate

Adam Jackson, A&E Editor

March 19, 2013

Hollywood has run out of ideas for original movies and has now moved  on to a new media to feed on: books. Many popular books have successfully been turned into movies in the past. Prime examples are “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee and “Of Mice and Men” by John Steinbeck. But the...

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