Senior Night Signals Season End for Lacrosse

Mia Calusic, Staff Writer

May 26, 2016

Both the boys' and girls' lacrosse programs celebrated their graduating seniors the first week of May prior to evening games at home. The girls' senior night was held on May 3 prior to their home game while the boys' recognized...

Quirky Swim Culture Continues

Mia Calusic, staff writer

May 26, 2016

While the "fashion show" was eliminated this year, freshman boys on the Cougar swim squad could not escape the ongoing tradition of having their heads shaved prior to the league championship meet. According to Varsity swimmer...

Newcomers Win Senior Leadership Offices

Mia Calusic, Staff Writer

May 3, 2016

Three students who have never before been in the Leadership class have been elected as Senior class officers for next year. Chris Wright will be president, Abby Burns secretary, and Julia Rossi social secretary for the class of...

Slams Provide Safe Space for Creative Voices

Mia Calusic, Staff Writer

April 18, 2016

In a joint effort, the poetry and literary clubs hosted a poetry slam in the library on the evening of March 24. Participants had the option of performing their own original work, or reciting the work of famous poets.  In...

Soccer Shows Class in Final Defeat

Mia Calusic, Staff Writer

March 17, 2016

The Cougars lost to De Anza High School in the NCS soccer title match on February 27 at Campolindo. While the championship game outcome was disappointing, players like Amir Aliakbari believe the team's winter season was generally...

Girls’ Hoops Eyes State Berth

Mia Calusic, staff member

March 9, 2016

The varsity girls' basketball squad, in spite of a roster brimming with underclassmen, has earned a berth in the Northern California Tournament, just a few steps away from the State Championships. After an impressive run...

Diagrams Provide Biology Review

Mia Calusic, Staff Writer

January 29, 2016

Jay Chugh's biology class learned about all the major systems in the body by creating a booklet of drawings during the week of January 11. According to Chugh, students "use colored pencils and labeled diagrams of key structures...

German Exchange Benefits Hosts

Mia Calusic, Staff Writer

January 10, 2016

Through an exchange program facilitated by Claudia Windfuhr, the German teacher at Stanley Middle School in Lafayette, 15 students and 2 teachers from Heidelberg, Germany toured Campolindo on November 17. The 2 week trip...

Kondrich Leaps into Family Legacy

Mia Calusic, Staff Writer

December 11, 2015

Since age 6, senior Andrew Kondrich has found a sense of identity on the dance floor, pursuing the career of a professional ballet dancer. Kondrich began dancing at a school in San Francisco because his mom wanted him to do...

Young Blacksmith Inspired by Ship Visit

Mia Calusic, Staff Writer

December 11, 2015

While visiting the 19th century Balclutha sailing ship docked in San Fransisco with his father and brother, Thomas Haskins was intrigued by the century-old technology on display. "On the ship there was a blacksmith and a...

Duffy Ripples Good Vibes

Mia Calusic, Staff Writer

October 30, 2015

English teacher Tom Duffy's band, The Ripplers, took the stage for the first time 5 years ago at the Pleasant Hill restaurant Zio Fraedo. On September 25 The Ripplers played their 50th show at The Round Up Saloon in Lafayette. Duffy...