The Californian

Senior Issue 2021

Senior Issue 2021

June 2, 2021

Even during the pandemic, women from all over have found ways to celebrate feminism during Womens History Month.

Women are making themselves heard this March

Ridhi Goyal, Staff Writer March 31, 2021

In addition to being the one-year anniversary of the month the world descended into the chaos of a pandemic, March 2021 has also been a cause for solidarity and empowerment: National Women’s History...

Paul Revere Elementary is one of many San Francisco schools being renamed due to historic controversy.

San Francisco School Board ignores historical facts in the decision to rename 44 schools

Tyler Lunn, Staff Writer March 10, 2021

San Francisco Unified School District voted on Jan. 27 to rename 44 of its schools. The specific reasoning for each renaming differed from school to school, but the overall goal of the initiative was to...

As always, 2021’s Super Bowl event provided its viewers with a series of engaging and iconic commercials.

Top 20 commercials from the Super Bowl LV

Nimisa Panda, Features Editor March 2, 2021

The last year has been a series of firsts: first year of worldwide lockdowns, first year of online schooling, first year of not being able to see friends, and first year of a Super Bowl without a packed...

The empty gaps left by the solitude quarantine brings has led people to grasp onto some truly unique widespread trends.

2020 was rough but we kept ourselves entertained

Daphne So, Features Editor December 18, 2020

The year 2020 has been a whirlwind and it feels like it’s passed in the blink of an eye.  Luckily for all of us, we can reflect on the trends that ruled quarantine and (hopefully) realize that...

Who needs trick-or-treating this Halloween when theres so many terrifying horror films to enjoy?

This list of horror movies will make sure you stay inside this Halloween

Garrett Allen, Staff Writer October 28, 2020

It’s almost Halloween, so it’s time for the habitual resurrection of the horror genre, returning once again to keep us awake and afraid of mysterious sounds we hear outside as we try to sleep. Although...

New video games release make 2020 slightly better than completely awful

New video games release make 2020 slightly better than completely awful

Dominic Aguilar October 9, 2020

I think we can all agree that 2020 has been a total dumpster fire. But so far 2020 has been a great year for video games, and it still has much more to offer.  Along with the new generation...

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.

Load More Stories
Activate Search
Rebecca Newman