Students can read 3 books from the library covering identity and personal passions.

Campolindo Library Inspires Reading for New Year

Isabella Domingo (she/her), Staff Writer/Artist March 10, 2023

Campo Library is challenging students to read more books through a statewide competition. Students can read, vote and choose their favorite out of 3 books that were the top voted nominations for the California...

APAH Class Highlight: Adventures in SF

Anya Houston (she/her), Staff Writer March 3, 2023

The Advanced Placement (AP) Art History class went on an exciting and educational field trip to San Francisco on February 8th. Field trip chaperons included teacher Molly Kerr, World History teacher Allie...

Student Perspectives: Keeping Schools Safe From Gun Violence

Sarah Moses (she/her), Staff Writer February 22, 2023

Student Union hosted a forum in the Wellness Center to discuss nationwide gun violence in schools during lunch on February 7. Going in a circle and sharing their individual thoughts on the matter, students...

Carranza poses on the Observation Deck at Marine Mammal Center in their Youth Crew Shirt

Odd Jobs: Student Worker Spotlights

Maggie Doolittle (she/her), Editor in Chief February 22, 2023

A large number of Campolindo students have joined the workforce as cashiers, interns or lifeguards. However, there are a few Cougars who have found employment in more uncommon places. Teen workers going...

A hall posters celebrating Black History Month

BSU Honors Black Culture Through Campus Activities

The Black Student Union (BSU) held new activities during February or Black History Month as a way to promote a positive outlook on Black culture and improve campus environment. The club has meetings...

Storms from mid January took a toll Campolindo students mental health.

Recent Storms Affect Campus Mood

Molly Stephens (she/her), Lifestyle Editor February 22, 2023

The past few weeks have shown the Bay Area torrential downpours and windstorms like never before. Extreme flooding threatened to shut down schools and afterschool programs. As we were forced to stay indoors,...

Students Working in Lunch Lines

Lucy Maguire (she/her), Staff Writer February 13, 2023

Students at Campo have many different types of jobs, including working in the cafeteria here on campus. Until recently, Campo had trouble finding substitute teachers and people to work in the cafeteria....

Summit Promotes New Approach to Equity

Molly Stephens, Lifestyle Editor February 10, 2023
Cheers to the New Year and the resolutions we have made.

Welcome to 2023: Student New Year’s Resolutions

Anya Houston (she/her), Staff January 18, 2023

As we usher in the arrival of the new year, champagne corks fly and hugs are exchanged. When the clock strikes midnight, all is well. However, the new year means different things for different people....

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 Cooper and Quinn Carmichael...

Its Written in the Stars: Your November Horoscope

It’s Written in the Stars: Your November Horoscope

Raena Chan (she/her), Staff Writer November 18, 2022

Welcome to November! As we move into autumn, now is the time for giving thanks. Sagittarius season brings big shifts into relationships as the leaves change colors. Venus, Mercury, and the Sun move into...

A depiction of Christropher Colombus interacting with  Indigenous People.

Campolindo Perspectives: Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Anya Houston (she/her), Staff November 18, 2022

Indigenous Peoples’ Day, formerly recognized as Columbus Day, took place on October 10. The change in name seeks to address the atrocities indigenous people faced in what we now know as North America....

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