"Way of the Singing Blade"
Virtual Art Show Connects Community
Yasmine Chang, Junior News Editor • October 13, 2020

As a way to showcase student talent during online schooling, the Virtual Art Show was sent out by Leadership on September 30. According to event organizer senior Noel Seo, “I think having an art show really brings the Campo community together while we are socially distanced. Seeing everyone’s beautiful and creative art pieces helps us inspire...

Board Examines Possibility of Hybrid Model Shift
Erika Riedel, Sports Editor • October 12, 2020

The AUHSD Governing Board discussed the possibility of transitioning to a hybrid learning model for the 2020-21 school year during their October 7 meeting. With Contra Costa’s shift from the purple to the “substantial” red tier of the State’s...

District Adopts Canvas for Distance Learning
Nicole Kennedy and Daniel Thaler October 5, 2020

The introduction of the online learning management system (LMS) Canvas for the 2020-2021 school year has drastically changed the distance learning format from what students experienced in the spring. Students and teachers alike have had to adjust to the...

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Mr. Drury Leaving Campo
Alternative Education New Home for Drury
Dara Kashayar, Staff Writer • October 20, 2020

This October, Associate Principal Jonathan Drury left Campolindo for a new position. Continuing to work in the district, Drury has been appointed as the Coordinator of the...

"Among Us" Game Eases Social Isolation
Yasmine Chang and Sam Li October 20, 2020

Despite its 2018 release, the online social deduction game Among Us has recently become popular amongst students during quarantine. The game...

Surreal, Apocalyptic, and Political: Songs for 2020
Gracie Woidat, News Editor • October 19, 2020

Amidst the turmoil and division of our country, there is 1 thing that we can all agree on: 2020 has been an absolute rollercoaster. This year...

Current Events Lead to Rising Political Vocalism
Gracie Woidat and Jessica Rosiak October 13, 2020

As political tensions build with the November 3 presidential election nearing, students have continued to become increasingly more outspoken....

Premature Reopening Creates Cases, Chaos
Nicole Kennedy, Opinion Editor • October 20, 2020

With each district Governing Board meeting, I find myself feeling less assured about the plans to return to campus. Given that the Board members intend to transition to a...

Changes in Perspective at Heart of Traveling
Ella Hack, Staff Writer • October 13, 2020

I was incredibly fortunate to grow up living overseas in Asia, where I began traveling before I could walk. As I’ve experienced different cultures in countries across Asia,...

Earlier Education of Racism Needed
Yasmine Chang, Junior News Editor • October 12, 2020
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A Day in the Life of a Campolindo Athlete: Maggie Buckley
Cyrene Puno, Videographer • October 9, 2020

Senior Dylan Gunn jogs after cross country practice. Gunn has committed to UC Davis and plans to continue his athletics career there.
State Podium Finisher Signs with UC Davis
Thomas Singh and Mia Jay September 30, 2020

Senior Dylan Gunn has committed to the University of California, Davis as a part of their D1 track and field and cross country program. It was the “coaching, quality...

Sports Feature: Alicia Hober
Sarah Naughten, Sports Editor • May 28, 2020

Athletes Continue Training Independently
Sofia Blaj, Staff Reporter • May 20, 2020

While the Coronavirus pandemic has halted high school sports for the spring season, athletes are continuing to train, though in a modified fashion. Freshman...

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