Favorite outfits at Met Gala.

Met Gala Fashion Features Focal Points of American Culture

Jensen Rasmussen (she/her), Editor-In-Chief September 22, 2021

After being canceled and postponed due to COVID-19, “fashion’s biggest night out,” the Met Gala, made an extravagant return on September 13. Although the event was much more intimate this year in...

New books like The Poet X, Born a Crime & The House on Mango Street are added to the English syllabus, providing more diverse perspectives for young readers.

High School Literature: A Break From The Classic Canon

Molly Stephens (she/her), Staff Writer/Photographer September 15, 2021

In most schools, high school English teachers have been teaching very similar literature over multiple generations. Pride and Prejudice, The Catcher in the Rye, and To Kill a Mockingbird commonly appear...

Starbucks secret menu choices lead to greater creativity of consumers.

Exclusivity of Starbucks Secret Menu Entices Students

Sophia Lohman (she/her), Staff Writer/Artist September 15, 2021

The Starbucks secret menu is a list of drinks that are not on the main menu. While anyone can technically order these non-menu items, many people don't know about them. Many students, however, are drawn...

Doja Cat, Olivia Rodrigo, and Lil Nas X (from left to right), spent their summer at the top of the charts.

Music Rewind: Hottest Hits Extend Summer Feeling

Ruthie Stoll (she/her), Staff Writer September 14, 2021

This summer came and went in the blink of an eye. Whether it’s a new and upcoming artist, or a renewed album from a legend, music can be a crucial part to enjoying the free hours granted by summer vacation....

Campolindo Varsity Football Game on September 3rd Red Out

Campolindo Student Body Experiences Increase in School Spirit

Erin McDonald (she/her), Staff Writer/Photographer September 13, 2021

Campolindo experienced an abundance of school spirit in the recent campus Spirit Week on August 30 through September 3. Students and teachers alike participated in Spirit Week this year, and Leadership...

Students enjoy music from Lordes new album Solar Power.

Lorde Album Loved by Campolindo Community

Isabelle Katz (she/her), Sports Editor September 12, 2021

Since its release last month, Lorde’s anticipated new album Solar Power has been thoroughly enjoyed by the Campolindo community. Lorde had previously been MIA from social media for the past 4 years,...

Short Film Awards Donohoe Honorable Mention

Dara Kashayar (he/him), Opinion Editor September 12, 2021

Campolindo English department chair and English teacher Jamie Donohoe won an Honorable Mention at the Salute Your Shorts Film Festival this past summer, which took place from August 20 to August 22. Donohoe...

1st Dance of the Year Welcomes Students Back to Campus

1st Dance of the Year Welcomes Students Back to Campus

Maggie Doolittle, Lifestyle Editor August 23, 2021

Campolindo welcomed students back to school with the 1st dance of the year on August 14. The dance was held in the quad and in the big gym, with different dancing options for each location. Outdoors, a...

Student Activist Earns Forbes Feature

Amanda Young, Editor-in-Chief May 25, 2021

Junior Lela Tolajian was recently featured in Forbes for her organization of the International Week of Action Against Modern Slavery from May 1 to 6. Tolajian, president of the Youth Action Campaign...

Science Teacher Looks Forward to Family Time in Retirement

Thomas Singh, Staff Writer May 19, 2021

After 26 years of teaching at Campolindo, AP Environmental Science (APES) and Geology teacher Jane Kelson will be retiring after this school year. Although she enjoyed a fulfilling teaching career, the...

Mr. Greenbubble, a local Walnut Creek favorite, is still serving drinks with boba for the time being

Boba Shortage Affects Local Shops

Isabelle Katz, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

1st there were toilet paper and paper towel scarcities due to the pandemic, now there is a new impending national shortage: boba. Boba enthusiast junior Maddy Ng explained, “Boba is a drink comprised...

Juniors Halley Campo and Olivia Curtis symbolically represent the despair felt by dancers during the pandemic due to being inhibited from practicing their art form.

Pandemic Forces Dance Industry Reflection

Jensen Rasmussen, Lifestyle Editor May 18, 2021

For an industry that relies so heavily upon live performance and interaction, the past pandemic-ridden year has had tremendous effects on the world of dance. With March 2020 came closed theaters, canceled...

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