Student-run Cultivate Thinking club teaches 5th-grade students diverse lessons otherwise not taught in school.

Student-Run Club Teaches Young Students Education On Diverse Topics

Claire Birdsey (she/her), Staff Writer January 19, 2022

The Campolindo student-run Cultivate Thinking Club has a mission to teach elementary school students education around topics generally not taught in schools, such as equity, racism, gender inequality,...

Which artists are you looking forward to hearing from in 2022?

Top Artists to Watch in 2022

Ruthie Stoll (she/her), Staff Writer January 19, 2022

As 2021 has now come to a close, it’s safe to say that music played an instrumental role in the year. Whether it’s music that gained popularity through apps like TikTok, or young stars jumping head...

Omicron cases surge in the U.S.

In-person Learning Unscathed by Omicron Surge

Charlotte Medema (she/her), Staff Writer/Artist January 19, 2022

The recent surge of Omicron cases in America is giving us all March 2020 nostalgia - and not in a good way. In the past month, COVID cases in the United States have increased from approximately 100,000...

Campolindo Student Aspirations for the New Year

Ruthie Stoll, Staff Writer January 19, 2022

As the craziness of 2021 has come to a close, the year 2022 is upon us. For many, a reset of the calendar means a restart; a fresh, clean slate to correct what was done in the past, and make changes for...

With many blockbuster sequels and reboots releasing in 2022, this year is bound to be full of nostalgic joy!

Upcoming Movies of 2022

Mia Daly (she/her), Staff Writer January 12, 2022

2022 has officially begun, and 1 thing people can surely look forward to is the release of some of the most highly anticipated movies. These movies range from Marvel action films to reboots of old classics,...

Campolindo Freshmen compare their middle school diversity lessons to ones at Campo.

Freshman Report on the Necessity of Diversity Academies

Owen Ludwig (he/him), Staff Writer January 12, 2022

Campo Connection academies, known as diversity academies amongst students, implemented by the Leadership Equity Council are helping students feel more comfortable at school by creating a close-knit community,...

Viscous hours trudge by and time can feel distorted as students attempt to focus during their 90 minute periods.

Shorter Class Periods May Ease Student Burnout

Molly Stephens (she/her), Staff Writer/Photographer January 4, 2022

With the 2021 school year well underway and semester finals fast approaching, our 1st few months back on campus have allowed students and teachers alike to reflect on their experiences back at school....

Freshmen Claire Birdsey performing as Clara in the CAPA Nutcracker.

CAPA Nutcracker Returns to the Stage

The California Academy of Performing Arts (CAPA) returned to the Campolindo Performing Arts Center (CPAC) this year for a long-awaited, in-person Nutcracker and Concerto performance. The set of shows comes...

Teachers Reflect on Their Experience at Campolindo Through the Years

Claire Birdsey (she/her), Staff Writer December 15, 2021

Campolindo High School, founded in 1962, has seen many changes throughout the years, both positive and negative. A surprisingly large number of 10 former students have now returned to their high school...

Students Endure Finals For First Time in 2 Years

Raena Chan (she/her), Staff Writer December 13, 2021

The last time Campolindo students took actual final exams was in December 2019. As most of us remember, the spring 2020 semester had no finals, winter 2020 had modified online finals, and spring 2021...

Seniors grapple with high expectations and requirements for higher education.

Senioritis Hits Early as College Application Season is in Full Swing

Charlotte Medema (she/her), Staff Writer/Artist December 10, 2021

Senioritis: a supposed affliction of students in their final year of high school or college, characterized by a decline in motivation or performance. While senioritis usually doesn’t hit until 2nd...

Top holiday songs

Top Holiday Songs for the Happiest Season of All

Claire Birdsey (she/her), Staff Writer December 10, 2021

With the happiest season of the year quickly approaching, many students have started to listen to classic holiday music. Holiday tunes range from heartbreak anthems to cheery choruses, featuring songs...

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