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The newest hit game, Among Us, has formed many friendships and broken several more. Jelly beans run around, do tasks, and avoid getting killed as they vote players off the ship.

“Among Us”: saving 2020 one emergency meeting at a time

Shannah Saul, Staff Writer November 4, 2020

If there’s one phrase every student recognizes right now, it’s this: red sus. From game maker Innersloth, “Among Us” is shaping up to be one of 2020’s biggest phenomenona. Though the game...

Adapting to remote learning has been a challenge for all of us, but some people have chosen to cope in unique ways...

Online schooling has brought out a whole different side of us

Unfortunately, the side shouldn't always be shown on Zoom and Google Meets
Jaida Baker, Staff Writer November 4, 2020

Google Meet and Zoom recently faced some new security features from the district to keep unwarranted that happened earlier in the year out of classes. Those changes may be working, but they’re not...

President Trump removing his mask in front of cameras on the White House balcony three days after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

Officials downplay COVID-19, then proceed to get COVID-19

Wyatt Golla, Staff Writer November 4, 2020

President Trump and others catch the coronavirus - was it ironic or inevitable? With all the turmoil going on in day-to-day life, it's difficult to find humor in some situations.  In normal...

With the NFL seeing a heavily monitored and somewhat successful restart to their regular season, injuries have been piling up. On Oct. 11, the Cowboys’ quarterback Dak Prescott was wheeled off the field after a gruesome ankle fracture during a Week 5 game against the Giants.

Letter from the football gods

Josh Nichols, News Lite Editor November 4, 2020

Dear Football Fans,  It is our favorite time of year. So many healthy ACL’s to feast on. A seemingly endless bounty of untouched, Achilles tendons. So many unbruised hip flexors. Can you smell...

Cal High students have found themselves sitting down to lunch at 11:05 a.m. since the district implemented its new schedule.

Lunch is taken away and replaced with a second breakfast

District moves lunch to 11:05. Students respond, ‘Say what?’
Tyler Lunn, Staff Writer October 26, 2020

The school district has once again blessed us with yet another change to the way online schooling works. Did it somehow manage to make it easier to get into contact with counselors or demand all teachers...

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