District-Wide Meeting Focuses on Diversity
Dara Kashayar, Staff Writer • March 4, 2021

All of the schools in the Acalanes Union High School District came together virtually for a district-wide diversity meeting on February 19. Pre-pandemic, all of the sites would convene to talk about diversity issues...

New Equity Council to Join Leadership
Dara Kashayar, Staff Writer • March 4, 2021

The Campolindo Equity Council held an informational meeting on February 24 in order to prepare for next year. Modeled after the Equity Leadership Class at Miramonte, this new branch of leadership aims...

Teachers Start to Receive Vaccines
Yasmine Chang, Junior News Editor • March 4, 2021

With the possibility of hybrid learning coming up this spring, teachers became eligible to receive their 1st dose of the Pfizer vaccine at the Oakland Coliseum starting February 16. According to English...

Campo Alum Joins Equity Meeting to Share Experience
Gracie Woidat, News Editor • March 4, 2021

The Campo Equity Committee highlighted Campo alum and Hollywood actor Stephen Bishop who joined the Campus Culture group as a guest speaker to discuss his growth as an actor and activist on February 22. Bishop...

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Students Turn to Jewelry Business During Pandemic
Jensen Rasmussen, Lifestyle Editor • March 4, 2021

In a world that has seemingly gone digital, partly due to a pandemic forcing us to isolate for much of this past year, some Campolindo students have started online businesses...

5 Black American Heroes You Should Know
Jensen Rasmussen, Lifestyle Editor • February 9, 2021

With Black History Month well underway, the triumphs and contributions of African Americans throughout our country’s history have been rightfully...

Campolindo Takes Initiative with Black History Month Education
Yasmine Chang, Junior News Editor • February 9, 2021

With February being Black History Month (BHM), Campolindo has rolled out a number of activities pertaining to awareness and educating others,...

How to Safely Celebrate Valentine's Day
Maggie Doolittle, Junior Lifestyle Editor • February 9, 2021

In a typical year, a Campolindo Valentine’s Day would be spent with goodies taped to every locker door, courtesy of leadership; friends exchanging...

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Bad Project Partners Bane of Existence
Nicole Kennedy, Opinion Editor • March 7, 2021

No one likes the person who plays devil’s advocate to sabotage your answer to a teacher’s question or the semi-friend who asks you to buy them a chocolate muffin when...

The Road to College Admission Benefits the Wealthy
Jensen Rasmussen, Lifestyle Editor • March 4, 2021

In the 2nd semester of my junior year, I have begun to seriously consider my post-Campolindo plans. Like most of my classmates and peers, I have been researching various universities,...

Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Warrant Attention
Amanda Young, Editor-in-Chief • February 23, 2021
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Outdoor Training Providing Key Foundation to Improvement
Mia Jay, Business Editor • March 4, 2021

Bay Area Ballplayers, an athletic training business in Moraga, recently opened an outdoor training area to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions. Despite the difficulties that...

Cross Country Resumes with Updated Restrictions
Thomas Singh, Staff Writer • February 10, 2021

Cross Country has been utilizing an updated “pod system” since their season started on February 1 to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Prior to their season being approved...

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