College Football Needs Playoff Format for National Championship

Matt Klein, Staff Writer

January 21, 2012

As I watched the final seconds of this year’s National Championship Game between the LSU Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide tick away, I couldn’t help but think about what a boring evening it had been. All night I had watched...

Cafeteria Should Take Vegetarian Options Further

Mariana Aguirre, Staff Writer

January 17, 2012

Forgot your lunch again? Not to worry; Campo Cafeteria to the rescue! What kind of sustenance wilt thou purchase today? A grease-dripping pizza or a soggy burrito? Maybe iceberg lettuce covered in a milk sauce goo so chemical...

Lack of Uniform Weighting Causes Final Exam Confusion

Casey Miller, Staff Writer

January 17, 2012

There is one very confusing aspect of final exams: the percentages.  And by that I mean, what percentage do I need to score on my final in order to raise my grade? In my attempt to get all "A’s" my first freshman semester,...

Goals, Not Resolutions, Should Start New Year

Lena Kauffman, Staff Writer

January 14, 2012

How many people actually stick to their new year’s resolutions? Personally, I’ve been wanting to lose ten pounds for the last three years and I’m pretty sure I’ve gained close to fifteen. When the clock strikes midnight...

Voting Age Should Remain Unchanged

Natalie Li, Staff Writer

December 10, 2011

Turning 18 is officially the first step on the path to adulthood. For many people, this age marks the beginning of college, the start of a job, or new independence from parents. Yet, perhaps more importantly, one is able to vote. In...

Personal Column: Brooke Presten

Brooke Presten, Staff Writer

December 10, 2011

Commitment to a sport takes up much of my time and energy. In order to excel in a sport I have to be dedicated. This includes going to every practice, showing up on time, being responsible and putting my team first. I started...

Politics: Stop Blaming, Start Fixing

Kevin Fong, Staff Writer

December 10, 2011

Another four years have come to pass and once again political parties make their bid for power. Sunday, November 6th marked one year until the next Presidential elections. As the gears of campaigning gain momentum, more and m...

Editor’s Column: Rachel Wilson

Rachel Wilson, Editor-In-Chief

December 10, 2011

I refuse to give up. In the face of all of every single one of my white girl problems, I refuse to back down. My friends often ask me why I’ve committed to so many activities that demand inordinate amounts of my time. Every...

Holiday Spirit Skewed by Commercial Interests

Nikki Honda, Staff Writer

December 10, 2011

Over the last couple of decades the spirit of holidays has been altered for the worse. I believe that the reason students are were originally provided a winter break was to spend time with family and celebrate important family...

Occupy Wall Street Moves to Walnut Creek

Eric Weston, Staff Writer

November 9, 2011

The Occupy Wall Street movement that has captured the attention of the national media has now spread to the Bay Area and of all places, Walnut Creek. Protesting against the wealth disparity in America may seem out of character...

MEF Lends Hand

Tristan Caro, Assistant Opinion Editor

November 9, 2011

In its 2011 pamphlet, Moraga Education Foundation (MEF) reported that state funding for the Moraga SchoolDistrict was cut by $6.5 million, and that Campolindo received similar cuts. In response, MEF rounded up $1,430,000 for the...