Vocalists Visit Feeder Schools

Katherine Ly, Editor in Chief

February 23, 2017

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In an effort to encourage future Campolindo students to join the vocal music program, Chamber Choir performed at Camino Pablo Elementary School and Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School on January 26. According to senior Chamber...

Virus Forces Yosemite Trip Cancelation

Mariel Rossi-deVries, Editer

February 13, 2017

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An outbreak of the highly contagious Norovirus forced the Yosemite Institute to cancel Campolindo's visit to the outdoor education program. According to The Los Angeles Times, approximately 200 students of Santa Monica's...

Club Manufactures USB Connectors

Rachel Szymanski, Staff Writer

January 31, 2017

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Maker Club President Ray Altenberg came up with a plan for his club to make USB cables. "I came up with the idea of creating the USBs because I've had some experience with it and created them before, and so I suggested that...

Veteran Actors Shrink Shakespeare

Claire Mueller, Staff Writer

January 31, 2017

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Advanced Drama visited Acalanes High School to participate in the annual AUHSD Shakespeare Festival on January 25. Drama classes from Miramonte, Los Lomas, and Acalanes also participated. "We go and perform 8 minute Shakespeare...

Famed Musician Visits Ensemble

Joelle Nelson and Genie Lee

January 31, 2017

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Accomplished jazz trombonist Steve Turre, an Acalanes and Stanley alumnus, shared his experience as a musician with the Jazz Ensemble class on January 24. The class was so excited to talk to him that they were counting down...

Banker Touts STEM Experience

Rachel Szymanski, Staff Writer

January 31, 2017

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David Hemenway of Wells Fargo spoke to the STEM [Science Technology Engineering and Math] club in late January.  According to STEM club president sophomore Lauren Sampson, Hemenway clarified for club members the usefulness...

Counselor Prepares for Classroom

Beck Chambers, Staff Writer

January 30, 2017

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With the goal of becoming a classroom teacher, counselor Jake Donohoe is on a leave of absence until May 5 to pursue a teaching credential. According to Donohoe, it is"another advanced educational certificate that requires a...

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