Returning to an Evolving Normal

Jensen Rasmussen (she/her), Editor-In-Chief October 20, 2021

This year, we’ve found ourselves celebrating a truly unprecedented homecoming, figuratively holding more sentiment than ever before. 19 months since COVID-19 first upheaved everything we had ever known,...

Campo’s lack of accountability harms students of marginalized groups.

Lack of Accountability In Campus Culture

V Rogers (they/them), Staff Writer October 15, 2021

In the face of the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests and the COVID-19 pandemic, Campolindo has gone through multiple large-scale changes, 1 of which being the implementation of Cohort Academy via zoom during...

The perspectives of all students must be acknowledged and recognized.

History Is More Than Just Topics Of Debate

V Rogers (they/them), Staff Writer October 15, 2021

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; these are the 3 ideals of which we are taught that America was founded upon. Whether in our English, government, or American history classes, we learn of the...

COVID-19 and the Reemergence of Live Music

Live Music’s Return Prompts Connection and Responsibility

Jensen Rasmussen (she/her), Editor-In-Chief October 6, 2021

Nearly 20 months since the pandemic started in March 2020, eliminating virtually all large gatherings and events, live performances have finally begun to make their heavily anticipated comeback. In recent...

Students participate in PE during unhealthy air conditions.

Poor Air Quality Endangers PE Student Health

Claire Birdsey (she/her), Staff Writer October 6, 2021

With the frequency of wildfires and subsequent unhealthy air quality in California, students' short-term and long-term health is being put at risk when PE is held in smoke. “When PE is held in the...

Students adjust to in-person class after asynchronous learning.

Overwhelmed Students Reminisce On Asynchronous Mondays

Jensen Rasmussen (she/her), Editor-In-Chief October 4, 2021

Returning to campus full-time this school year, students were thrown into the depths of block scheduling, 8:00 am start times, brief brunch and lunch breaks, and the dreaded, 7-period-long, Monday schedule....

Students are feeling overwhelmed with work as the school year ramps up.

Homework Squanders Student Lives

Erin McDonald (she/her), Staff Writer/Photographer September 30, 2021

As students, we can all agree that homework takes up a majority of our time outside of school. Balancing sports, socializing, and extracurriculars with schoolwork is not an easy feat, often inducing stress...

A response to the anonymous writer.

In Response to an Anonymous Letter

Jensen Rasmussen (she/her), Editor-In-Chief September 29, 2021

On September 17, The Claw’s staff was made aware of an anonymous letter left in journalism adviser Lauren Henson’s classroom. Identifying themselves as a concerned student, the author highlights instances...

Campolindo students wait in long lunch lines.

Lengthy Line, Limited Time

Owen Ludwig (he/him), Staff Writer September 29, 2021

As hot lunches are free for the 2021-2022 school year, more and more students are spending excessive time in line waiting for food. This has caused a massive increase in the duration of time spent waiting...

Cheap Clothing Comes at High Cost

Ruthie Stoll (she/her), Staff Writer September 28, 2021

When the word “fast fashion” is mentioned, the 1st thing that comes to mind is the obvious, possibly over-simplified, definition that has been fed to us by our highly consumerist society. Fast-fashion...

How Are Underclassmen REALLY Doing?

Charlotte Medema (she/her) September 24, 2021

After almost 2 years of COVID chaos and constant change, things at school are finally nearing normal. Here’s what freshmen and sophomores have to say about their 1st times, or not 1st times, on campus. 9th...

For many Americans, the anniversary of the attacks stir vivid memories of that terrible day.

Reflecting on 9/11, Hindsight is 20/20

Dara Kashayar (he/him), Opinion Editor September 15, 2021

On a sunny Tuesday morning, September 11, 2001, 4 airplanes were hijacked by the terrorist group Al-Qaeda. 2 of the planes hit the North and South Towers of the World Trade Center, 1 plane hit the Pentagon...

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