Cedric Chan

Cedric Chan, Copy Editor

Cedric is a copy editor, proofreading and revising stories before publication. He also works as a general assignment reporter, producing human-interest stories. Additionally, Cedric is currently the editor-in-chief of the Los Altos High School Talon. Cedric is a senior at Los Altos High School, and a founding member of the Post.


COVID-19 Updates: California mandates universal masking in schools, diverging from CDC guidance

Saturday, July 17: California mandates universal masking in schools, diverging from CDC guidance Students in California will have to wear masks until at least early November, the California Department of Public Health said on July 12. The CDPH’s policy diverges from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendation made three days prior, which said…

Hope’s Corner hosts virtual 5K, ‘Five by Five by Five for Hope’

STORY BY CEDRIC CHAN AND AVNI RAJAGOPAL, PHOTO BY EMILY MCNALLY Hope’s Corner is hosting its annual 5K event virtually this month, unshaken in its battle against homelessness and economic inequality despite the pandemic’s restrictions.  The fundraiser centers around a theme of fives: Alongside the 5K itself, participants are asked to donate $5 and recruit…

From records to books, Linden Tree’s 40-year legacy of creating memories for children across the Bay Area

STORY BY MIA BASSETT AND CEDRIC CHAN, PHOTO BY EMILY MCNALLY Linden Tree Children’s Books has transported children to a world of storytelling for generations, almost becoming a bona fide rite of passage in Los Altos. But few remember its origins as a record store 40 years ago. Founded by Dennis and Linda Ronberg in…

Meet Alex Brown, quasi-famous MV activist and ‘Official Guy Who Does Stuff Sometimes I Guess’

STORY BY CEDRIC CHAN AND CARLY HELTZEL, PHOTO BY EMILY MCNALLY Community activist Alex Brown’s official, voted-on title and email signature is the “Official Guy Who Does Stuff Sometimes I Guess,” but it should probably be changed to be “Official Guy Who Does Stuff All the Time.” An involved political activist, the Mountain View resident…

“I hate everything about this”: MV City Council approves implementation for Measure C, set to spend nearly $1,000,000 on street signs

STORY BY CEDRIC CHAN AND CARLY HELTZEL, PHOTO BY CARLY HELTZEL In the early hours of this morning, the Mountain View City Council unanimously approved the staff recommendation for the implementation and budget of Measure C, following hours of discussion and contentious public comment.  The measure, approved by voters this November, will prohibit the parking…

Through biting criticism, MV City Council votes unanimously to form police advisory board

STORY BY CEDRIC CHAN AND ALLISON HUANG, PHOTO BY GIL RUBINSTEIN The Mountain View City Council voted unanimously last night to implement a “Public Safety Advisory Board” (PSAB) to oversee the Police Department, following a recommendation from the Ad-Hoc Subcommittee meeting on Race, Equity and Inclusion (REI).  The PSAB will be made up of up…

“We went from being thanked to driving by nine year olds with ACAB signs”: MVPD Deputy Chief Chris Hsuing set to take over Dept.

STORY BY CEDRIC CHAN AND GIL RUBINSTEIN, PHOTO BY ALLISON HUANG Deputy Police Chief Chris Hsuing is set to become Mountain View Police Department’s Chief this December, taking the place of Max Bosel, who announced his retirement Friday, November 6. The Post spoke to Hsiung — who’s set to assume his role on Sunday, December…

Mountain View may implement community advisory board to oversee Police Dept.

STORY BY CEDRIC CHAN, PHOTO BY GIL RUBINSTEIN As a long-term solution for community oversight of the Police Department, Mountain View may implement a “Public Safety Advisory Board” (PSAB), following a City staff recommendation at tonight’s Ad-Hoc Subcommittee meeting on Race, Equity and Inclusion (REI).  The PSAB would be tasked with hosting public forums, reviewing…