Limited Campus Access Makes Carpooling Priority

Kylie Choi, Staff Writer

December 17, 2019

I have yet to meet a person who enjoys sitting in her car, stuck in traffic, and I doubt I ever will. Every morning, student and parent drivers combat the ever-growing line of cars on Moraga Road. It's a problem for students and...

Grade Rounding Doesn’t Teach Real Consequences

Erika Riedel, Business Editor

December 12, 2019

Once the 1st semester wraps up next week, teachers will no doubt face an avalanche of student emails groveling for special consideration: "Could you please round up my grade?" With college admission competitive as ever, those...

Semester Shift Makes Winter Break True Holiday

Jensen Rasmussen, Staff Writer

December 10, 2019

Prior to this year, students often traded time with loved ones and a steaming mug of hot chocolate for time with textbooks and Quizlet study guides over winter break. This year the district has altered the final schedule so...

Community College: Genius Move

Sarah Naughten, Sports Editor

December 9, 2019

As I, along with my senior peers, stagger to the end of college application season, I can’t help but notice that many of us have been obsessed with getting into what we have been conditioned to view as the “right” type of...

Survey System Effective Means for Informing Instructional Practices

Sofie Blaj, Staff Writer

December 5, 2019

A teacher goes through a slideshow at lightning pace, and students are left lost and afraid to ask him to slow down. Another teacher has a group project that forces straight-A students to carry 4 to 5 other people, but the students...

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