AP English Final Encourages Creativity

Dianda Giles, Staff Writer

June 4, 2019

AP English teacher Dan Doyle is treating his seniors to a more "fun," but still mindful, take on their curriculum at the close of their high school career. Dubbed the "creative writing unit," Doyle has been giving his students...

Roast Rally Should Return as Annual Amusement

Dianda Giles, Staff Writer

May 17, 2019

Penned by spirit leaders, and approved by the students it targeted, the "roast rally" was a short lived tradition at Campolindo, with the last installment produced during the 2017-2018 school year.  I found it to be an entertaining...

Challenge Project Endangers Mental Health

Dianda Giles, Staff Writer

March 4, 2019

Jamie Donohoe's 2nd-semester seniors must prepare a speech about overcoming personal challenges and present it in front of their peers. It sounds like a good idea, in theory. Dubbed the "Challenge Project", Donohoe's students...

Stop Motion Improves BioTech Retention

Dianda Giles, Staff Writer

February 26, 2019

Biotechnology (BioTech) students spent hours with play dough, cameras, and favorite on-screen characters to demonstrate the processes of gene expression and genetically modified organisms on February 7. According to BioTech...

Shutdown Imperils American Students

Dianda Giles, Staff Writer

January 30, 2019

The longest federal closure in history persisted until a 3-week stop-gap measure was introduced on January 28. But the truce is only temporary, so the future of government-funded public school programs remains uncertain. In...