The Californian

Election 2012: Debate Recap

Mohammed Syed, Staff Writer

November 1, 2012

For every student, there is a presidential election that defines their high school years. This is our presidential election.  One aspect of every election that grabs everyone’s attention and helps determine the election’s outcome is the debates.  This is my analysis of the three presidential debates bet...

Election 2012: Issue Breakdown

Election 2012: Issue Breakdown

Sam Canter, Staff Writer

November 1, 2012

With Tuesday’s election just around the corner, the man who will be America’s next president is on everyone’s mind. But many students who can vote are still on the fence about which candidate to support. The Californian has put together a breakdown of President Barack Obama and Republican challenger...

Is being popular a presidential must?

Is being popular a presidential must?

Austin Hille, Editor In Chief

October 12, 2012

When it comes to politics and the election, teenagers tend to support the candidate that they think is the coolest. Now this is acceptable to a certain extent, but eventually today’s teenagers are going to have to get serious about voting.  And the hard truth is this: being cool does not make you...

Choir Sings at Capitol

September 17, 2010

Cal's Choir traveled to Washington D.C to sing at the White House. Photo courtesy Choir By Sadie Remington Many aspiring singers have dreamt of singing at the White House. Earlier this month, students from the Cal High Madrigal and Chamber choirs had the chance to. The students didn’t sing fo...

Conservatism on the Rise

September 15, 2010

By Aaron Bandler When the Founding Fathers of America wrote the Constitution, they intended the document to restrict the power of government to guarantee natural rights to the American individual and to promote free enterprise. When the Founding Fathers of America wrote the Constitution, they intended...