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College and Career Center Hosts Physical Therapy Talk
Olivia Seelig (she/her), Staff Writer • March 10, 2023

The College and Career Center hosted another career talk for students at Campolindo on March 3 during lunch. This talk was centered around physical therapy and covered many different parts of it, including military recovery,...

Mock Trial Team Wins Case Against Dougherty Valley High School
Hailey Wilson (she/her), Staff Writer • March 10, 2023

The Campo Mock Trial’s defense won against Dougherty Valley High School's prosecution in a trial at the Martinez Courthouse on February 2, furthering their winning streak they went on to win second out...

ASB Election Candidate Statements
Maggie Doolittle (she/her), Editor in Chief • March 10, 2023

Student body elections are coming up, with students voting for candidates during the 5th period class on March 10. These elections will determine who will hold the four Associated Student Body (ASB) positions...

A New Newspaper About Equity has Emerged
Mak Crosson (she/her), Staff Writer • March 8, 2023

A new online newspaper is making waves: The Campo Chronicle, a newspaper dedicated to shining light on underrepresented countries and equity. The first issue, published on January 9, was titled “Southern...

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Students can read 3 books from the library covering identity and personal passions.
Campolindo Library Inspires Reading for New Year
Isabella Domingo (she/her), Staff Writer/Artist • March 10, 2023

Campo Library is challenging students to read more books through a statewide competition. Students can read, vote and choose their favorite out of 3 books that were the top...

APAH Class Highlight: Adventures in SF
Anya Houston (she/her), Staff Writer • March 3, 2023

The Advanced Placement (AP) Art History class went on an exciting and educational field trip to San Francisco on February 8th. Field trip chaperons...

Student Perspectives: Keeping Schools Safe From Gun Violence
Sarah Moses (she/her), Staff Writer • February 22, 2023

Student Union hosted a forum in the Wellness Center to discuss nationwide gun violence in schools during lunch on February 7. Going in a circle...

Odd Jobs: Student Worker Spotlights
Maggie Doolittle (she/her), Editor in Chief • February 22, 2023

A large number of Campolindo students have joined the workforce as cashiers, interns or lifeguards. However, there are a few Cougars who have...

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Teachers Need To Give More Advanced Notice For Tests
Olivia Seelig (she/her) and Mak Crosson (she/her) March 17, 2023

With tests being a big chunk of our grades (ranging from 35% to even 80%), testing can become stressful if students aren’t given enough time in advance to study. If some...

Math Lacks Real Life Use
Lily Qin (she/her), Staff • March 10, 2023

In the Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD), at least three years of math and at least one year beyond Algebra I is required for graduation. There are a wide variety...

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Girls Soccer Wraps Up Impressive Season
Erin McDonald (she/her), Sports Editor • March 10, 2023

Girls varsity soccer had their season come to an end due to a loss against Branson High School in the NCS Semifinals on February 21. This game was a wildcard for fans,...

Wrestling Outduels for Podium Spot at NCS
Maggie Doolittle (she/her), Editor in Chief • March 1, 2023

Campolindo’s Wrestling team placed 3rd at the North Coast Section (NCS) tournament on February 4, within the D2 Dual Team Competition for the first time in over a decade. “To...

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