The Californian

It isn’t easy for the Class of 2023

Ridhi Goyal, Staff Writer

September 25, 2020

The modern Cal High students’ morning routine goes a little something like this: waking up to light filtering in through the window, brushing their teeth, rushing to grab something for breakfast, picking up their backpacks, and… dropping them right back on the floor. Why? Because students are...

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.

Savage kids warm sophmores’ hearts

Savage kids warm sophmores’ hearts

Saatvika Deshpande and Sabine Hrkalovich

April 27, 2015

While sophomore year in general is an academic drag of mind-boggling proportions, there’s one bright spot to guide you through the darkness – the Spongebob Squarepants episode, “Club Spongebob.” When Spongebob, Patrick, and Squidward get stranded in a jungle, they must turn to the  powers...

Sophomore kicks off football career

Sophomore kicks off football career

Paige Zilinskas, Staff Writer

November 21, 2014

  Although it seemed like just another football season for the Cal High Grizzlies, there was something slightly different this year: one of the JV kickers was a girl. Sophomore Olivia Duba has set a new standard at Cal for female athletes by joining and suiting up for the JV football team. As...

A pair of aces

April 25, 2012

by Cliff Carpenello, staff writer Two players on the Cal High men’s golf team did something that most professionals rarely if ever achieve in their lifetime. Sophomores Ian Rogers and Kyle Hornsby both made their  first holes in one this season. Both were in shock after making their pair...

The highs and lows of required reading

The highs and lows of required reading

March 15, 2012

English classes are forever associated with books and reading. Some books students love and can’t wait to read, while others they hate but are forced to read. Here are best and worst required reading books in the eyes of staff writers Esther Lu (freshman and sophomore reviews) and Christina Calderon (j...

Sabrina Clayton is a sophomore sensation

November 4, 2010

By Ritika Iyer, Staff Writer On freshman sports night last year, Cal High’s head volleyball coach Todd Baham was approached by a parent. Baham was told that the man’s daughter, an incoming freshman, was going to try out for varsity volleyball. Baham laughed in the parent’s face because he never allowed freshman o...

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