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Fall Picnic Helps Foster School-Wide Bonding
Maggie Doolittle (she/her), Editor-in-Chief • November 22, 2022

Campolindo Leadership hosted a Fall Picnic on the lower field on October 28. Activities included decorating Halloween cookies, writing letters to veterans, listening to music, and eating lunch on tarps on the grass....

Seniors Reflect on Memories at Senior Sunrise
Dara Kashayar (he/him) and Oliver Fetzko (he/him) November 22, 2022

Senior Sunrise, an annual event where the senior class comes together to watch the sun coming up, took place on the Campo football field on November 4th. At Senior Sunrise, snacks were provided, nostalgic...

Students Connect to Ukrainian Orphans Through Art
Indira Naylor (she/her), Staff • November 18, 2022

Motivated by the relentless news of destruction and darkness in Ukraine, students in Campo’s Advanced Art and Honors Art classes decided to open their hearts and share their talents with “The Memory...

Leadership Expands to 2 Periods
Mak Crosson (she/her), Staff • November 18, 2022

This school year Leadership has expanded into 2 periods, allowing for double the amount of students to be in Leadership, boosting inclusivity, new innovative ideas, and allowing for Leadership to take...

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Beve after their performance at The Lafayette Art, Wine and Music Festival.
Beve: Campolindo's Favorite Teen Band
Hailey Wilson (she/her), Staff • November 22, 2022

The band called Beve, featuring 4 Campo students, performs at various functions, covering songs by 90s rock band Weezer. It started back in March of 2022, with twin juniors...

Breakfast Suggestions for the Busy Student
Lucy Maguire (she/her), Staff • November 18, 2022

Breakfast is a controversial meal. What is an essential part of starting the day is often a waste of time to others. A poll taken on October...

"Teacher's Pets" on Campo's Campus
Parker Blau (she/her), Staff • November 18, 2022

Unlike many high schools, Campo’s concept of teacher’s pet takes a much more literal approach. The science department is not only home to...

Lunch Line Alterations Bring About Conflict
Owen Ludwig (he/him), Staff • November 18, 2022

Campo lunch line protocols have undergone a massive shift. While students used to be able to get as many meals as they wanted, they are now limited...

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Letter from the Editor: Finding Home in an Evolving Community
Isabelle Katz (she/her), News Editor • November 22, 2022

This school year has been unlike any we have experienced so far. We have welcomed so many new faces to the Campolindo community, including our principal, Mr. Alvarez, new...

College Board causes a lot of frustration and stress for high schoolers.
College Board Catastrophic, Requires Reform
Lily Qin (she/her), Staff • November 22, 2022

College Board is “a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success” that almost every high schooler has or will interact with. But...

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Senior Harrison Leenhouts commits to Colby College for Lacrosse.
Lacrosse Player Leenhouts Commits to Colby
Isabelle Katz (she/her), News Editor • November 30, 2022

Varsity lacrosse player senior Harrison Leenhouts, who primarily plays midfield, has officially announced his commitment to play lacrosse at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. Leenhouts...

Campolindo Varsity Football faces the Miramonte Matadors on the Matadors home field.
Cougars Dominate Matadors in Final League Game
Erin McDonald (she/her), Sports Editor • November 22, 2022

On November 4, Varsity Football dominated rival Miramonte, on the Matador’s home field with a score of 35-7. This was the final game of the Diablo Athletic League and brought...

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