Canned Food Drive Feeds Local Community
Ella Hack, Staff Writer • May 25, 2021

As the school year comes to a close, the Activism and Awareness club has organized a canned food drive that is running up until May 27th in efforts to collect cans to be donated to the local Contra Costa Food Bank. A...

AUHSD Removes Zoom, Google Profile Pictures
Dara Kashayar, Staff Writer • May 19, 2021

Zoom and Google profile pictures were removed from all Acalanes Union High School District (AUHSD) Zoom and Google accounts in April. This was requested in response to several Bias Incident Report System...

AP Testing Begins In-Person and Online
Nicole Kennedy, Opinion Editor • May 18, 2021

The finish line of a hectic school year is in sight, as well as the several week period of Advanced Placement (AP) exams for Campolindo students. Slightly different from the exams of the year prior, which...

Senior Tradition Provides Bonding
Thomas Singh, Staff Writer • May 17, 2021

Senior Assassins, an end-of-year activity for seniors where groups of 4 have a common goal of eliminating opponents with water guns, started on April 26. The game is played in week-long rounds, with...

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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...

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...

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...

Precautions Allow Summer Fun
Maggie Doolittle, Junior Lifestyle Editor • May 17, 2021

With no doubt, many students are eager for summer to bring an end to this bizarre school year. Summer means no school or responsibilities, just...

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Difficult Year Brings New Beginnings
Nicole Kennedy, Opinion Editor • May 18, 2021

May is always a bittersweet month. Spring has sprung, brain-dead students cram for finals and Advanced Placement exams (or don’t), and many look forward to the summer...

Return to "Normal" Requires Reflection
Jensen Rasmussen, Lifestyle Editor • April 12, 2021

I think it’s safe to say that the circumstances of the past year have shown us that truly anything can happen, and despite the countless challenges we’ve been forced to...

Not All Men, But Too Many Women
Isabelle Katz, Staff Writer • April 12, 2021
Lockers Missed During In-Class Instruction
Maggie Doolittle, Junior Lifestyle Editor • April 11, 2021
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Football Closes Out Season with Perfect Game
Ella Hack, Staff Writer • May 19, 2021

The varsity football team beat rival school Miramonte by a score of 44-0 on April 16th at Miramonte High School. The Campo football team ranks 1st in the North Coast Section...

Sports Close Out Postponed Seasons
Thomas Singh, Erika Riedel, and Isabelle Katz May 17, 2021

Editor’s Note: In the original article, the baseball team's record was incorrect. It is 2-8, not 2-18.  Despite being postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Campolindo...

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