Millenials: Hardest Working Generation

Emily Fong, Co-News Editor

October 9, 2013

Over the summer, I was able to listen in on a conversation my father had with an associate. This man strode up to my dad in a business-casual pressed shirt and Doc Martens, flashing a smile at the two of us. A conversation between...

Put off Procreation for Profit

Nikki Honda, Sports Editor

October 8, 2013

Is it possible to limit our earth's population growth by paying women not to have children? AP Environmental Science classes have been learning about one of the world's biggest issues: population growth. The world is currently...

Tattoos Reflect Teen Identity

Colette Wright, Design Editor

October 4, 2013

Kids are allowed to cut and dye their hair. They have the option to pierce their ears, belly buttons or noses (or god knows what else). So why is it so taboo for a high schooler to cover his or her body with tattoos? According...

Test Schedule Reduces Stress

Shea Danforth, Staff Writer

October 2, 2013

At Campolindo, some students spend up to 7 hours a day in school. There are 180 days in a school year. That means these students spend 1,260 hours learning on campus from the end of August to the beginning of June. Yet, teacher...

Cyrus’ Wholesome Appeal Waning

September 30, 2013

Although I never watched the popular Disney Channel TV series Hannah Montana as a kid, I am well aware of the influence the show had on my generation.  According to Billboard, Hannah Montana, which aired from 2006-2011, was o...

“Knife Game” Proves Darwin Right

Colleen O'Brien, Staff Writer

May 29, 2013

YouTube is notorious for bad ideas. From dangerous stunts to embarrassing dance videos (which, by the way, your children will find someday), there’s always some new outlet for teen stupidity. Now we can count the “Knife...

Ready for Unpredictability

Sarada Symonds, Staff Writer

May 28, 2013

We’ve all had to deal with the unpredictability of Northern California weather. What might seem like a perfectly innocuous sunny day may, in fact, be chilly due to harsh winds, or a grey morning can turn into 90-degree weather...

Ditch Day Expense Worth It

Jessi Gunn, Staff Writer

May 28, 2013

There are certain things that are kept just for seniors here at Campo: decorating cars at the beginning of the year, senior shirts, the Boomers trip, and arguably the most important one, the infamous Senior Ditch Day. Senior...

Taking the Plunge

Natalie Li, News Editor

May 28, 2013

How do you live life? Do you plunge headfirst into tentative waters, disregarding the choppy waves, or firmly plant your feet behind the yellow tape? Personally, I tiptoe along the lines, straddling the two frontiers of routine/safety...

Remember Me!

Kevin Fong, Editor-in-Chief

May 28, 2013

Time is relative. Those dull moments in your least favorite class drag on like a snail across a lawn, while the fun times at Six Flags with your friends flies by faster than Medusa on steroids. The same goes for school. It's...

Teachers Deserve Compensation for Excellence

Kevin Fong, Editor-in-Chief

May 15, 2013

On paper the art of teaching is simply transferring knowledge to students; but it is so much more than that. A teacher's success is not measured by what their students scored on the latest standardized test. It's measured by...

Competition, Pressure Kills Motivation

Sarada Symonds, Staff Writer

April 30, 2013

If you were on a swim team when you were a kid, you probably remember weekends spent at meets, from morning to evening. These meets could be as long and tedious as a school day. A large portion of that time wasn’t even spent...

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