Students open online jewelry shops during Covid-19

Students Turn to Jewelry Business During Pandemic

Jensen Rasmussen, Lifestyle Editor March 4, 2021

In a world that has seemingly gone digital, partly due to a pandemic forcing us to isolate for much of this past year, some Campolindo students have started online businesses selling various handmade jewelry...

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 and in our classrooms alike....

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, including Academy cohort lessons, celebrating 28 Days of Black...

Sophomore Lara Heber leaves doorstep goody bags for her friends for Valentine's Day.

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 cute candy heart boxes and teen couples exhibiting more...

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 with the regulations. The lack of extracurricular activities...

Lettuce heads grow in the Campolindo Garden.

Environmental Club Updates School Garden

Madison Wilha, Staff Writer February 9, 2021

Video Production teacher Justin Seligman and The Campolindo Environmental Club are working to remodel the Campolindo garden weekly. “The goal is to create a sustainable student garden for use by a...

Students Volunteer at Hospital in Midst of Pandemic

Jessica Rosiak, Editor-in-Chief February 5, 2021

For Campolindo students working at John Muir Hospital to gain experience in the medical field, the pandemic has shifted their focus to supporting the nurses. Senior Abbie Lee, who has been working for...

Cougars and College: Tips and Tricks for Picking a Major

Nicole Kennedy, Opinion Editor February 2, 2021

1 of the most attractive aspects about going to college is that you can focus on a specific area of interest. For the most part, there are still general education requirements in a plethora of subjects,...

Vegan and Vegetarian Club logo

Tofeatured: Club Created for Plant-Based Population

Amanda Young, Editor-in-Chief January 28, 2021

Returning to the club scene this year is the Vegan and Vegetarian Club, a club for vegans, vegetarians, and students interested in learning about plant-based diets to discuss social justice issues and...

COVID-19 Tampers with Senior Traditions

Amanda Young, Editor-in-Chief January 28, 2021

While senior year—particularly second semester—is often a time of celebration, culminating activities, and other memories, the Class of 2021’s experience has been markedly different due to the COVID-19...

How to stay motivated in 2021

Tips to Stay Motivated in 2021

Dara Kashayar, Staff Writer January 28, 2021

As we enter the 2nd semester of distance learning, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and uninterested in school. Luckily, there are a few ways that you can stay alert on Zoom and finish classwork on time....

2020 Music Hits

Top Albums of 2020

Isabelle Katz and Dara Kashayar January 26, 2021

2020 was a year like no other, and mostly in negative ways. However, 1 highlight of last year was the amount of amazing music made. From pop, alternative, and rap, each new hit helped us get through the...

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