Mandarin Students Make Mooncakes for Mid-Autumn Festival
Raena Chan (she/her), Staff Writer • October 17, 2021

The Mandarin classes at Campolindo made snowskin mooncakes to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival on September 21. The Mid-Autumn Festival or Chinese Moon Festival is celebrated by many east Asian countries. The holiday...

Southern Joins AUHSD Staff
Ruthie Stoll (she/her), Staff Writer • October 15, 2021

As the newest member of the Campolindo administrative team, Stacy Southern has been welcomed to Campolindo as an associate principal. After working in the Antioch Unified School District as a science...

'Devious Lick' Trend Inspires Campus Vandals
Maggie Doolittle (she/her) and Yasmine Chang (she/her) October 15, 2021

As a result of the “devious lick” trend on social media platform TikTok, multiple accounts of vandalism and stolen goods have been reported around Campolindo. With its phrase already banned on TikTok...

Leadership Hosts Diversity and Equity-Focused Academy
Ruthie Stoll (she/her) and Mia Daly (she/her) October 7, 2021

Leaders of diversity clubs as well as Leadership Equity Council (LEC) members came together to discuss the recent and future diversity events on campus during Academy on September 22. The discussion was...

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Music Culture at Campo Highlights Diverse Preferences
Charlotte Medema (she/her), Staff Writer/Artist • October 20, 2021

Like most high schoolers, Campolindo students love filling silence with music, whether they’re doing homework, driving, practicing their sport, or just taking a walk. Airpods,...

Homecoming Decorations Go "To Infinity and Beyond"
Maggie Doolittle (she/her), Lifestyle Editor • October 17, 2021

With homecoming week comes an exciting increase of school activities, including Leadership decorating the school halls, 1 for each grade, corresponding...

School Garden Provides Relaxing Break From Plugged-In Campus
Ollie Axelrod (he/him), Staff Writer • October 15, 2021

From the moment students enter the school garden, they are greeted by an ivy-covered entryway and towering sunflowers. Among the vegetation that...

K-pop Group Garners Campus Support
Raena Chan (she/her), Staff Writer • October 1, 2021

Korean pop music has recently gained immense popularity in the United States with groups such as the Bangtan Boys, also known as BTS, taking...

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Returning to an Evolving Normal
Jensen Rasmussen (she/her), Editor-In-Chief • October 20, 2021

This year, we’ve found ourselves celebrating a truly unprecedented homecoming, figuratively holding more sentiment than ever before. 19 months since COVID-19 first upheaved...

Campo’s lack of accountability harms students of marginalized groups.
Lack of Accountability In Campus Culture
V Rogers (they/them), Staff Writer • October 15, 2021

In the face of the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests and the COVID-19 pandemic, Campolindo has gone through multiple large-scale changes, 1 of which being the implementation...

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Elijah Klock and former Campo student Matai Bell pose together during the Homecoming game.
Cadet Returns Home for Hoco Football Game
Maggie Doolittle (she/her), Lifestyle Editor • October 22, 2021

Campolindo varsity football lost against Benicia High School with a score of 0-35 on October 8. While the loss was devastating for Campo’s homecoming game, 1 positive aspect...

Junior Kaia Levenfeld (14) throws the ball after the defensive stop.
Girls Waterpolo Maintains Positive Outlook Despite Loss
Claire Birdsey (she/her), Staff Writer • October 20, 2021

The girls’ varsity water polo team competed against Soquel on Friday, September 24, losing with an ending score of 12-16. Despite their loss, the team is focused on the...

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