The Broadview

Point of View: One and not done

Point of View: One and not done

Josephine Rozzelle, Sports Editor

December 15, 2017


Filed under Opinion

To some serious basketball players hoping to become professionals in the NBA, college is a checkbox — a one-year nuisance to pass the time before they become eligible for the draft. This phenomenon is created by the “one and done” rule, as it is appropriately called, which states that all playe...

Alumna to return as science sub

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

February 15, 2013


Filed under News

Liana Lum Reporter A CHS alumna awaiting acceptance to medical school will be substituting in the science department while teachers take family leave this spring. Morgan Kendall (’08) is re- turning to her alma mater to substitute pregnant chemistry teacher Christy Cinti for four weeks and then...

Proposed scholarship to help middle class

Proposed scholarship to help middle class

March 13, 2012


Filed under Features, Showcase

Sophia Redfern Reporter The Middle Class Scholarship, proposed by California House Speaker John A. Pérez, if passed will allow more students to attend college without loans hanging over them after graduation. Students whose family incomes are less than $150,000 and who do not already have f...

Senioritis should not bring grades down

March 13, 2012


Filed under Opinion

Rebecca Lee Editor-in-Chief Endless scrolling will be the death of me. There have been countless nights where I have found myself on Tumblr or Facebook, procrastinating on my homework even though in the back of my mind I know I still have work to complete. I’ve slowly began to put off finishi...

Stressed students struggle with pressure

Stressed students struggle with pressure

November 10, 2011


Filed under Opinion

Staff Editorial Classes, tests, quizzes, sports and a social life all fall on the shoulders of a high school student, but sometimes the stress is too much to bear. The goal of a perfect GPA plus a well-rounded life-style is what high school students strive for, yet from the ages of 14 to 18 years,...

UC/CSU systems face serious financial cuts

April 8, 2011


Filed under News

The California State University (CSU) will turn away more than 10,000 applicants from the system this year and raise tuition by 15.5 percent in an attempt to weather the $500 million budget cuts proposed by the state for the 2011-12 fiscal year. “The cuts will impact the quality of the schools,” co...

Canada offers cheaper universities

December 16, 2009


Filed under Opinion

Sophie Gilchrist Sports Editor The rising price of American colleges, both state and private, is leading many students to turn north and apply to schools in Canada. The Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C. expects as many as 10,000 American students to attend Canadian universities next fall. This i...

Cancer survivor, alumna, has new life outlook

September 19, 2008


Filed under Features

Zoë Newcomb Reporter Mary Applegarth (’72) takes life as it is. So when she was diagnosed with stage two invasive breast cancer in May, she saw it as just another challenge to overcome. Four months, multiple surgeries and one round of toxic chemotherapy later, Applegarth is cancer free. Despite a family...

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