Club Provides Early Education of Racism
Maggie Doolittle, Junior Lifestyle Editor • February 22, 2021

The Campolindo Cultivate Thinking Club teaches elementary students in the Moraga School District, primarily grades 3-5, about racism over Zoom. President of the club sophomore Mira Shah was inspired to make the club...

Open House Moves to Virtual Setting
Daniel Thaler, Staff Writer • February 22, 2021

Typically, Open House is an in-person event and involved a physical exploration of the campus. For pandemic-related reasons, that couldn’t be done this year, leading to an Open House experience thoroughly...

Book Club Precedes Visit from Civil Rights Activist
Amanda Young, Editor-in-Chief • February 9, 2021

In preparation for a webinar with civil rights activist Ruby Bridges on March 4, students were invited to join a book club to read Bridges’ recent letter, This Is Your Time. In the letter, Bridges...

District Provides Free COVID-19 Tests
Erika Riedel, Sports Editor • February 9, 2021

In preparation for the transition to a hybrid instructional model, COVID-19 testing events for asymptomatic community members are being offered every Monday on a rotating basis throughout the 4 Acalanes...

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From left to right: Robert Smalls, Jane Bolin, Claudette Colvin, Shirley Chisholm, Alvin Ailey
5 Black American Heroes You Should Know
Jensen Rasmussen, Lifestyle Editor • February 9, 2021

With Black History Month well underway, the triumphs and contributions of African Americans throughout our country’s history have been rightfully highlighted in the media...

Campolindo Takes Initiative with Black History Month Education
Yasmine Chang, Junior News Editor • February 9, 2021

With February being Black History Month (BHM), Campolindo has rolled out a number of activities pertaining to awareness and educating others,...

How to Safely Celebrate Valentine's Day
Maggie Doolittle, Junior Lifestyle Editor • February 9, 2021

In a typical year, a Campolindo Valentine’s Day would be spent with goodies taped to every locker door, courtesy of leadership; friends exchanging...

Couples Adapt to COVID-19 Restrictions
Jessica Rosiak, Editor-in-Chief • February 9, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on all but couples have found a way to overcome the difficulties through creativity and commitment, even...

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Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Warrant Attention
Amanda Young, Editor-in-Chief • February 23, 2021

While Lunar New Year is traditionally a time of celebration for Asian communities around the world, this year’s jubilance has been largely overshadowed by a dramatic uptick...

No Room for Complacency with New Presidency
Dara Kashayar, Staff Writer • February 16, 2021

I breathed a huge sigh of relief when Joe Biden was sworn in as President on January 20. There seemed to be so much hope that we would finally have serious leadership in Washington...

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Cross Country Resumes with Updated Restrictions
Thomas Singh, Staff Writer • February 10, 2021

Cross Country has been utilizing an updated “pod system” since their season started on February 1 to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Prior to their season being approved...

Seniors Bradford Martin and Jack Pieper run with masks on during their first track and field practice of the school year.
"Purple Tier" Sports Begin Seasons
Erika Riedel February 9, 2021

The North Coast Section (NCS) Board of Managers met on January 29 to authorize “purple tier” sports to begin their seasons on February 1. Since the stay-at-home order...

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