Baldwin Documentary Reveals Continuing Discrimination

Mariel Rossi-deVries, editor

March 22, 2017

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Raoul Peck's documentary style commentary I Am Not Your Negro brings the writing of James Baldwin to a broad stage. The film, which was first shown at the Toronto International Film festival in September of 2016, has continue...

Shop Innovation Earns Boone Recognition

Mikhail Vasilyev, Staff Writer

March 21, 2017

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Auto-shop teacher Steve Boone was recently nominated for the Acalanes Union High School District Teacher of the Year Award.  District superintendent John Nickerson announced the recognition on March 2. "He's an excellent...

Dance Prodigy Keeping Options Open

Vaughn Luthringer, Staff Writer

March 21, 2017

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"[I dance] about 18 hours a week," said freshman ballerina Lisa Kondrich. Since the age of 6, Kondrich has studied dance at various San Francisco based ballet schools.  She is currently at City Ballet studio. "[At City Ballet], th...

Seniors Walking in Fabled Footsteps

March 3, 2017

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CAMPUS BEGINNINGS Campolindo was established in 1962, and by 1963 it was home to 150 students whose pictures fit in a 50 page yearbook mostly occupied by advertisements. The administration consisted of the principal, a...

Comic Inspired Art Reveals Quirky Character

Mariel Rossi-deVries, Editer

March 1, 2017

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"I like comedy. I think that comedy and art go well together," said junior Shaun Hou, Art 3 student. Hou uses humor and out-of-the-box concepts to create his art. He began drawing consistently in grade 7, but said that he be...