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The Californian

The Official Student-Run Newspaper of California High School

The Californian

The Official Student-Run Newspaper of California High School

The Californian

The case of Ahmaud Arbery is an unacceptable example of injustice

Sabrina Contreras, Co Managing Editor May 19, 2020

Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man, left his house on Feb 23 to go for a run through his neighborhood in Brunswick, Ga. He was unaware that he was not going to return home. Something as ordinary...

In this climate, school threats are not a joke

Staff Editorial, The Voice of California High School May 29, 2019

We frequently see Cal High on the news, and often it’s for all the wrong reasons.   Recently, we had multiple school shooting threats, the most recent involving detailed graffiti of a shooting...

Absences for threats should be excused

Izzy Belof, Opinions Editor May 29, 2019

The fact that certain schools will not provide an excused absence in response to violent threats is, for lack of a better term, inexcusable. One such high school is Harding High School in Ohio’s Marion...

School faced with even more threats

Christine Oh, Vidhima Shetty, Kate Hong and Rachel Pak, Staff Writers May 28, 2019

A series of four shooting threats targeting Cal High this month have shaken students and staff and resulted in the lowest attendance in school history. San Ramon police and the FBI continue to investigate...

V-Day raises awareness for violence

Erin Fox, Managing Editor February 28, 2014

Valentine’s Day is a national holiday well known for being symbolic of romantic love between significant others. But amidst the sappy Hallmark cards and Russell Stover chocolates there is a less popular,...

Video games do not cause teen violence

Brittany Wurnitsch, Staff Writer April 29, 2013

Since 1947, video games have been used and admired in America. But the video games today have changed drastically since “Pacman” and “Tetris.” It has been debated how  modern games such as...

Video games cause teen violence

Adam Jackson, A&E Editor April 29, 2013

Although video games are becoming more popular, some claim that these games have no impact on the average teenager. But the truth of the matter is that violent video games have a huge bearing on the...

Students respond to at-home tutor violence

Sam Canter, Staff Writer October 12, 2012

The recent case of a San Ramon tutor physically abusing his students has people asking how safe and trustworthy at-home tutors actually are. San Ramon man Hyungwoo Lee was arrested on suspicion of physically...

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