Arasteh Battles for Vegans

Sarah Orders, Sports Editor

November 15, 2011

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There may be more food options for vegans coming soon to the cafeteria. Vegan advocate, junior Mina Arasteh, is attempting to bring vegan options by the week before winter break. Arasteh began this journey by conducting polls...

Departing Banard Receives Su Stauffer Award

Kevin Fong, Staff Writer

November 9, 2011

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After more than 4 years of volunteering, parent Chris Banard received the Su Stauffer Friend of Education Award. Banard was introduced to  Campolindo when his first son, Brett Banard, attended. He wanted to “keep the positive...

Drama Causes Much Ado

Nikki Honda, Staff Writer

November 9, 2011

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Theater students have been preparing for their first drama production, Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, with a planned opening in early December. Drama teacher and director of the play, Jamie Donohoe, explained that las...

Choirs Unite

Mariana Aguirre, Staff Writer

November 8, 2011

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Two choirs from Acalanes and one each from Las Lomas, Miramonte, and Campolindo united at the Lafayette Orinda Presbyterian church for a collaborative performance led by three different conductors. Even though natural disaster...

Club Watch: Kiva Grows, Mathletes Train

Jacob Ngai and Brooke Presten, Staff Writers

October 27, 2011

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Kiva’s Numbers Grow   In just one year, the Kiva Club, run by seniors Gwendolyn Tom and Colton Jang, has accepted 170 members and is still growing. Kiva connects students with people in developing countries who ne...

Eateries Headline Business Growth

Eric Weston, Staff Writer

October 27, 2011

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For those disenchanted with Moraga and Lafayette’s limited dining opportunities, new eating options are opening up to Lamorinda residents and more may be on the way. The fast food, casual dining, and fresh produce options will...

Naviance Streamlines Rec Letter Process

Steven Wetterholm, Business Manager

October 27, 2011

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It’s that time of year again...the time for seniors to begin their college applications and clamor to compile their transcripts, financial information, personal data, and, of course, some complimentary letters of recommendation....

Veteran Returns as VP

Kevin Fong and Cathie Gastelum, Staff Writer and Photo Editor

October 26, 2011

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Associate Principal Sharon Bartlett is back at Campolindo after working at Miramonte for six years. Due to the retirement of Mr. Mack, the Acalanes School District reassigned Bartlett. “Most people who know me very well said...

Mandarin Added to World Languages

Steven Wetterholm and Hayley Fredenburgh, Business Manager and Staff Writer

October 26, 2011

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A new foreign language class is spicing up the World Language Department this fall.  The premiere of a beginning Mandarin language class is welcomed by students and teachers alike. Mandarin now joins the traditional course...

Sojourn Offers Shared History

Lena Kauffman, Opinion Editor

October 26, 2011

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Former history teacher and founder of Sojourn to the Past, Jeff Steinberg, visited Campo on September 27th to speak to juniors and seniors, and invite them on a civil rights history journey. Sojourn to the Past is a ten-day...

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