The Californian

Fire drill pranks are the lamest in years

Staff Editoral

June 3, 2016

’Tis a still moment, all is quiet, all is still. That is, until the sharp, high pitched screech of the fire alarm destroys the calm and disrupts every class. And it needs to stop. The 10-20 minutes of wasted class time is not worth the cost of hearing loss. Our ears are still ringing from...

Confusing college application process

Staff Editoral

June 3, 2016

Sadly, as the school year comes to an end at Cal High, we’ll have to say goodbye to our class of 2016. The pressing question is: Did Cal High and its faculty properly provide its students with the information and tools for college applications and college life itself? In our opinion, academically,...

Violence at political rallies is not justified

Staff Editorial, Staff Editors

April 29, 2016

Violence has become commonplace at political rallies during this current presidential race. Clashes between protesters and attendants forced an early end to a Donald Trump rally in Chicago in March 2016. Demonstrators were seen wearing “Vote for Trump, you get jumped” T-shirts and flying communist...

Campus is too crowded and should be opened

Staff Editorial, Staff Editors

April 29, 2016

Instead of grassy lawns and birdie putts, the dreaded whir of assistant principal Bob Spain’s golf cart is able to strike fear into any student so bold as to step foot into the parking lot. The reason the parking lot is so intensely supervised is because Cal High is a closed campus.Once the morning...