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Got Money?

Got Money?

Caleb Colon, Staff Writer

March 11, 2014


Filed under Features, Op-Ed, the big picture

Paying bills, filing taxes and financial management are essential life skills every soon-to-be adult should be equipped with in entering a system designed around accountability and responsibility. Be Honest About Your Budget It's your money — there's really no sense in lying to yourself about...

Change in the Weather

Change in the Weather

Caleb Colon, Staff Writer

February 26, 2014


Filed under campus life, Op-Ed

This year's basketball team proved that Cam High's games against Rio allowed athletes to focus on the game and remember what happened on the court instead of the the unfortunate events of last year. In February of 2013, Cam High attracted attention from media sources after a three letter acronym was...

Ticking Away…

Ticking Away…

Karina Wang, Guest Writer

February 25, 2014


Filed under campus life, Op-Ed

It is easy to look around and notice incredible talent, abilities, and achievements accomplished by fellow students. It is hard to cope with the idea that you may never be as good as them or accomplish the tasks that they have. What makes them special or gifted with the ability to take on tasks so...

Mind the Gap

Mind the Gap

Alexander Littaua, Business Manager

January 16, 2014


Filed under campus life, Features, Op-Ed, the big picture

Masses of high school seniors in the United States and around the world are currently applying for last minute deadlines or have already received letters from their respective universities. As an alternative to the college rush straight from high school, some students are applying for a gap year abroad...

In The Wake of Mandela

In The Wake of Mandela

Michael Huber, Staff Writer

December 21, 2013


Filed under Features, Op-Ed

Nelson Mandela is to our generation what Mohandas Ghandi was to the generation of the 1960's and 70's. Born in a South African Cape province, he grew up to be a world leader in the struggle for liberty. From non-violent protests against the Apartheid government, which separated black people from white...

Good Stuffing

Good Stuffing

Caleb Colon, Staff Writer

November 14, 2013


Filed under Op-Ed, the big picture

Living in a first world country, there are many times that Americans feel like we ourselves are the deprived ones. Living in a nation drenched in freedom and surrounded by opportunity that is free of oppression, internal war, plaguing diseases and mass hunger, tends to make people forget that these...

Digging a Ditch

Digging a Ditch

November 4, 2013


Filed under campus life, Op-Ed

Ditch day, a notorious "holiday" among seniors. After many years of work seniors feel entitled to take a day off whenever they feel. According to the school and government they are not entitled to this privilege. The Ventura County District Attorney allows three truancies before a legal punishment....

Walk of Shame

Walk of Shame

Karina Wang, Guest Writer

October 15, 2013


Filed under campus life, Op-Ed

Walking down the hallways during passing period, nutrition, or lunch, it is absolutely inevitable to come across people completely unknown to you. As they approach closer, do you say hello? Give a small smirk? Or completely ignore their presence? “When I walk through the hallway, I am always overwhelmed...

The Importance of Constitution Day

The Importance of Constitution Day

Kaelan Hale, Managing Editor

September 23, 2013


Filed under Op-Ed, the big picture

Not many Cam High Students would miss the passing of the Fourth of July. It is a big deal. Yet, not many realize that last week, the United States celebrated the day the Constitution was ratified, which is also a big deal. I believe this event should receive more attention nationally. On September...

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