• Sun Powers Quad Concert

    Sun Powers Quad Concert

    Mariel Rossi-deVries, editor

    May 30, 2017

    Trapdoor Social, an alternative energy band from Los Angeles, played to a packed quad at lunch on May 22. The band played a variety of original songs which ranged in style from alternative rock to mainstream pop. Trapdoor Social powers their drums, guitars, microphones using solar panels on ...

  • Town Council Honors AcaDeca

    Town Council Honors AcaDeca

    Mikhail Vasilyev, Staff Writer

    May 19, 2017

    After setting the county record for the most consecutive tournament wins and advancing to the state championships in Sacramento, the Academic Decathlon team was honored by the Town of Moraga on May 10. At the recent town council meeting, Teresa Onoda read the proclamation honoring the team, mentioning...

  • Donohoe Adapts Film for Spring Production

    Donohoe Adapts Film for Spring Production

    Annette Ungermann, Staff Writer

    May 18, 2017

    Let it Ride, a Campolindo Drama Department production, premiered on Thursday, April 27-29. The play was performed as blackbox-style theater, in which the audience was onstage with the actors. The play is an adaption of the 1989 movie of the same name. Never before has this play been adapted for the ...

  • Ignition Sparks Auto Shop Fire

    Ignition Sparks Auto Shop Fire

    Kyle Flett, Staff Writer

    May 17, 2017

    Senior Nick Wolford accidentally started a fire in the Auto Shop on May 10 when he tried to start the engine of his vehicle. The flash fire was likely the result of ignition sparks igniting gas vapors. Wolford was disassembling the engine during class and following the instructions of his tea...

  • Spanish Speakers Learn Latin Dance

    Spanish Speakers Learn Latin Dance

    Vaughn Luthringer, Staff Writer

    May 17, 2017

    Traditional Spanish classwork replaced with traditional Cuban salsa dancing on Tuesday, April 25. The Spanish language classes assembled in the big gym and multi-use room throughout the day, where they received instruction from professional salsa teacher Gary Johnson. "Every year we do the salsa,"...

News

Pipeline Installation Threatens Lafayette Trees

Pipeline Installation Threatens Lafayette Trees

Genie Lee, Editor

One signature spurred the people of Lamorinda into protest against the $500 million Community Pipeline Safety Initiative proposed by PG&E. On March 27, the city of...

May 30, 2017

Seniors Squeezed out as Juniors Take Parking Spots

Seniors Squeezed out as Juniors Take Parking Spots

Madeleine Singh and Isabel Owens

Seniors are struggling to find parking as the Campolindo Cabana Club (CCC) lot has been closed weekly on garbage day mornings since May 1, when the club opened for the summer,...

May 30, 2017

Spring Concert Recognizes Seniors

Spring Concert Recognizes Seniors

Ava Mason, Staff Writer

A good finale is important to any musician, and for the students at the Spring Concert, they seemed to achieve just that. Band and Orchestra came together for their final...

May 30, 2017

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Lifestyle

Star Rises from Small Beginnings

Elle Esquer, Staff Writer

Senior Cameron Cort has starred in Campo Night Live, Beauty and the Beast, and many other Campolindo drama productions. Cort has been in drama since freshman year. "She's g...

May 30, 2017

Art Final Explores Personal Culture

Art Final Explores Personal Culture

Ava Mason, Staff Writer

As the final project for the Advanced Art class and Art 2 this year, instructor Jill Langston hopes to access her students' cultural diversity in a unique way. “Th...

May 30, 2017

Chamber Choir Remembers Redrico

Chamber Choir Remembers Redrico

Katherine Ly, Editor in Chief

23-year old Kevin Redrico, a choral teacher and arranger who, for 2 years, helped chamber choir prep for their acapella showcases was found dead after a "courageous battle...

May 30, 2017

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Sports

Girls’ NCS Win Culmination of Long-Term Plan

Girls’ NCS Win Culmination of Long-Term Plan

Annette Ungermann, Staff Writer

Girls' varsity lacrosse prevailed over Bishop O'Dowd, 12-9, to win the North Coast Section Championship. The squad racked up 22 wins over the course of its 2017 spring...

May 31, 2017

Moore Defends NCS 800m Title

Moore Defends NCS 800m Title

Kyle Flett, Staff Writer

Senior Niki Moore successfully defended his 2016 NCS 800m title, winning the event at the Meet of Champions on May 27 in UC Berekely's Edwards Stadium. Moore advanced...

May 30, 2017

Freestyle Relay Lands State Meet Podium Finish

Freestyle Relay Lands State Meet Podium Finish

Beck Chambers and Madeleine Singh

After earning titles at the DAL Championships and North Coast Section Finals, boys' varsity swimming earned a 13th place team finish at the CIF State Championships in...

May 30, 2017

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