Bad Project Partners Bane of Existence

Nicole Kennedy, Opinion Editor March 7, 2021

No one likes the person who plays devil’s advocate to sabotage your answer to a teacher’s question or the semi-friend who asks you to buy them a chocolate muffin when you know that they will never...

The Road to College Admission Benefits the Wealthy

Jensen Rasmussen, Lifestyle Editor March 4, 2021

In the 2nd semester of my junior year, I have begun to seriously consider my post-Campolindo plans. Like most of my classmates and peers, I have been researching various universities, planning when and...

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 in anti-Asian hate crimes...

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 D.C. to tackle the major...

Black History Should Be More Than Just a Trend

Nicole Kennedy, Opinion Editor February 10, 2021

As most of us are probably going to end up valentine-less this coming February 16th (no shame in buying some dark chocolate hearts for yourself!), I encourage everyone to devote their surplus love to make...


Beach Strolls and Death Tolls: Your Pandemic Getaway Can Wait

Erika Riedel, Sports Editor February 9, 2021

After nearly a year of quarantine, everyone could use a stroll on a beach. But with Contra Costa County still in the purple tier and the U.S. nearing half a million deaths from COVID-19, there is no justification...

Collage by Cyrene Puno

More than Just Music Taste: Teen Girls’ Interests Over-scrutinized

Isabelle Katz, Staff Writer February 9, 2021

“What sort of music do you listen to?” This seems like an easy question to answer, yet a thousand different things run through my head as I decide the best way to answer. For example, if I were...

Discussion of Current Events Vital to Schooling

Mia Jay, Business Editor February 9, 2021

Throughout Donald Trump’s presidency, more students became more informed about political issues because politics suddenly became a larger part of their lives. However, even though the Trump presidency...

Sophomore Sean Spillane, senior Lars Ahrens, junior Elijah Klock, and junior Tyrone Tuavale rally for the return of sports.

Sports Reinstation Requires Responsibility

Gracie Woidat and Jessica Rosiak January 28, 2021

On our run through Moraga, we were caught off guard by a startling scene on the sidewalk adjacent to Moraga Road on January 16: dozens of Campolindo athletes and parents lined the street in front of the...

Accountability, Shift in Culture Necessary to Root Out Bigotry

Dara Kashayar, Staff Writer January 22, 2021

Unfortunately, Campolindo is known as a school fraught with bigotry throughout our area. Many of us have seen a plethora of racist videos made by Campo students, witnessed or experienced bullying on campus,...

Attack on D.C.
(collage using photos courtesy of the New York Times)

The Divided States of America: Trumpist Terrorists Raid D.C.

Nicole Kennedy, Opinion Editor January 13, 2021

Anguish, fury, distraught, numbness. These are the words that describe my emotional state as I watched my T.V. on January 6 and witnessed the 1st nationally televised attempted coup on our nation’s...

College Board’s AP Exam Plan is Deeply Flawed

Nicole Kennedy, Opinion Editor January 13, 2021

Over Winter Break, College Board (CB) released an update regarding its intentions for the infamous Advanced Placement (AP) exams to be reminiscent, if not the exact same, as the normal 3-hour format, unlike...

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