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College and Career Makes Shift from Naviance to Maia Learning
Olivia Seelig May 22, 2024

Campo’s College and Career Center recently made the switch away from Naviance to a new college admissions site, Maia Learning. Academy sessions were hosted for juniors to attend on April 26, May 1, and May 8, and an...

Leadership Celebrates Earth Week with Themed Activities
Nate Littell May 22, 2024

During the week of April 22, Leadership celebrated Earth Week with a variety of activities aimed at incentivizing sustainability across the community. The activities included creating oreo dirt cups, chalk...

The LAFSD District Handles Recent Protest Outside Elementary School
Karly Kazliner (she/her) May 22, 2024

In the Lamorinda community, daily protests against transgender rhetoric and children transitioning genders before puberty have been occurring in front of the Lafayette Elementary School. Lisa Disbrow leads...

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Senior Year Math: What Pathway do Students Choose?
Hailey Wilson (she/her) and Brooke Maher (she/her) May 17, 2024

For senior year, students choose their classes based on many different factors; college credits, interests, and rigor all influence the decision of their schedule. Specifically...

Students Compete in March Madness with Friends, Family, and Classmates
Ashley Purcell (she/her) May 17, 2024

Every March, fans of all ages, backgrounds, and ideas, come together over a common bond of basketball. March Madness is a basketball tournament...

Campo Dancers Approach CAPA Senior Solos
Anya Houston (she/her) May 14, 2024

As the school year comes to a close, Campo seniors are approaching their solos at CAPA. CAPA, also known as The California Academy of Performing...

Students Give Back with Service in Mexico
Sloan Pullen May 10, 2024

For over 30 years, a week long-mission trip to Mexico has been led by Moraga Valley Presbyterian Church (MVPC) in partnership with Amor Ministries. Each...

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Letter From the Editor - Issue IV, Volume LXXII
Hailey Wilson (she/her) May 14, 2024

As the final weeks of the spring semester come to a close, students race to accomplish all of their goals and ambitions before summer. While there may not be an abundance...

Community Discussions on Race: Campo's Past, Present, and Future
Erin McDonald (she/her) May 14, 2024

2020 was a pivotal year for numerous reasons. A worldwide pandemic caused a global lockdown, the presidential election turned our political landscape upside down, and the...

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Boys Lacrosse Offer Opinions on Late Practice
Anjali Rao May 22, 2024

The Campolindo Boys Lacrosse team starts practice late in the evening going from 7 p.m. and ending at 9 p.m., causing possible inconveniences for students depending on their...

Sunshine and Success: DAL Track and Field Trials
Rachel Moen (she/her) May 17, 2024

On the sunny Saturday morning of April 27th, 11 schools traveled to Campolindo High School, showering Bob Wilson stadium in an array of jersey colors. Throughout the season,...

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