The Californian

Its hard to find a job that benefits the lifestyle of post-pandemic teens.

Lazily looking for a job in a post-COVID 19 world

Wyatt Golla, Staff Writer May 28, 2021

I am finally old enough to apply for a summer job, but I find myself with a problem that some students might be able to relate to.  The problem is I don’t think I have done anything remotely useful...

The beloved Costco churro has returned to the Costco food court.

The triumphant return of the Costco churro

Nick Harvey, Opinions Editor May 28, 2021

The friendly service. The wide array of items. The food court. There’s much to love about Costco.  But Costco has become even more lovable with the re-introduction of their classic churro at the...

Classes online have given students plenty of opportunities to multitask.

Multitasking, but online school edition

From dentist appointments to honing culinary skills, students are finding other activities to keep them busy during class
Sami Tripasuri, Staff Writer February 3, 2021

Buzz, buzz. You hear the revolting noise of your alarm clock. The snooze button has never looked prettier, but you can’t miss school. Right? Considering the circumstances of the world, everything...

Its only January, but 2021 is already going off the rails.

In just one month, 2021 is already off to a rough start

Wyatt Golla, Staff Writer February 3, 2021

Just when we thought that we were done with the 365-day long nightmare called 2020, 2021 comes round the corner and says, “Hold my age-appropriate beverage.” We acted so high and mighty near the...

Another one bites the dust – AAF is latest to fail

Andrew Sousa, Sports Editor April 16, 2020

It’ll work this time, I promise.  These are the words that so many commissioners of football leagues say, determined to show that their “sexy, new age” league will be able to stand with and...

Sister scandal = sayonara snake

Sister scandal = sayonara snake

Joshua Nichols, Staff Writer May 29, 2019

I cannot believe I am using my talents to write this.  Now I’ll be honest, the only time I have ever watched anything James Charles is when it is being spoon fed to me, dank meme style on Twitter.  In...

With school almost over, seniors fight to save their grades.

Embrace senioritis, the ruthless disease

Siddhant Gupta, Managing Editor May 29, 2019

With every day that goes by that we have to endure eight grueling hours at an educational institution comes that insatiable urge to just… not care.   As we get closer and closer to the end of...

The Anti-Vax Movement has reached new accomplishments with their stupidity, including a recent outbreak of the preventable disease known as measles.

Anti-Vax movement is clueless

Joshua Nichols, Staff Writer May 2, 2019

Vaccinations are good.  Right?  Polio, Measles, Mumps, Influenza, Pertussis, Tetanus, HPV, Meningitis, Chicken Pox, Hepatitis A, and Hepatitis B are all diseases or illnesses people can be...

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....

The stressful, terrifying game of Assassins

The stressful, terrifying game of Assassins

Aidan Trejo, Staff Writer March 26, 2019

I live everyday in constant fear, afraid that it could very well be my last day. I cannot walk down the street or to school without looking over my shoulder every three seconds. Why did I pay $15 to feel...

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