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March for Our Lives in Redwood City

March for Our Lives in Redwood City

Leila Taherian, Staff Writer

March 26, 2018


Filed under Local News, Politics, Top Stories

In the midst of ongoing gun violence in American schools, roughly 4,000 Bay Area students and citizens gathered in Redwood City’s Courthouse Square to protest against the shootings. The recent shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School struck politicians more harshly than those prior due to th...

Students From Bay Area Attend San Francisco St. Patrick’s Day Festival

Students From Bay Area Attend San Francisco St. Patrick’s Day Festival

Isabella Williams, Online Editor

March 19, 2018


Filed under Local News, Top Stories

Thousands, including high schoolers, marched in San Francisco’s 176th St. Patrick’s Day Festival while tens of thousands watched from their screen at home. The event was kicked off with the parade at 10 a.m., followed by a festival that lasted until 5 p.m.  It started at 2nd Street and ended at Market Street, with the festival held in the Civic Center. The parade celebrate...

A is for AR-15, B is for Bullet, C is for Cartridge…

A is for AR-15, B is for Bullet, C is for Cartridge…

Stefan Sujansky, Co-Editor in Chief

March 8, 2018


Filed under Local News, Top Stories

WOODSIDE,CA- Proposals to arm classroom teachers in an effort to avert more school shootings has drawn criticism within the Woodside community. On February 14th, Nikolas Jacob Cruz, a 19-year-old former student of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School returned to his old school in Parkland, Florid...

Choice vs. Change

Choice vs. Change

Emma Chiu, Local News Editor

March 8, 2018


Filed under Local News, Top Stories

Bill 2943, which California Assemblyman Evan Low proposed on February 18, aims to outlaw conversion therapy, a process that is already illegal for minors in California and eight other states but remains lawful for adults. Also commonly known as ex-gay therapy, reparative therapy, and sexual orientati...

Tacros and Tea

Tacros and Tea

Emma Chiu and Chloe Postlewaite

February 28, 2018


Filed under Local News

The newest addition to the Ferry Building, Vive La Tarte, is a bakery specializing in breakfast foods, the Tacro in particular. Although the company's original location is on Howard Street between 6th and 7th, they established a second business in the Ferry Building less than a month ago in order...

Changing Weather Brings Chills to San Francisco

Changing Weather Brings Chills to San Francisco

Kenna Beban and Taila Lee

February 28, 2018


Filed under Local News

Despite the sunny California stereotype, the weather in San Francisco remains chilly and windy. Former resident of San Francisco Justin McAney has lived in California for four years before moving to Philadelphia, but still finds the weather unpredictable. “[I expected the weather to be] ...

Varying Popularity of News Outlets in San Francisco

Varying Popularity of News Outlets in San Francisco

Beck Patrone and Christian Touhey

February 28, 2018


Filed under Local News

Across the Bay Area, countless news outlets fight to be the first to publish breaking news in an appealing manner, leading the public to choose who is best. Popular organizations like CNN and New York Times have remained prevalent for decades, so it’s no surprise that residents of San Francisco lea...

Woodside Improves the Formal Experience

Article by: Holly Rusch and Photos by: Grace Newby

February 16, 2018


Filed under Local News

Students and teachers alike deemed last weekend’s Woodside High School’s 2018 winter formal generally successful. Students regard last year’s winter dance as a failure for a variety of reasons—  something that did not go unnoticed by the planners of this year’s formal. Leslie With,...

As the Winter Olympics begin, California starts to Heat Up

Aaron Raubvogel, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 16, 2018


Filed under Local News

California’s winters are famously known to be relatively mild. However, the recent heat wave, which sent temperatures into the mid-to-high 70’s (Fahrenheit), is unusually severe for the Bay Area this time of year. Temperatures in the area during the month of February do not generally go above 60 ...

Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula Needs Volunteers

Leila Taherian, Staff Wirter

February 16, 2018


Filed under Local News

The Boys and Girls Club of America continues to help communities across the country bridge the opportunity gap. In Northern California’s Bay area, the Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula (BGCP) works with several schools throughout the area. Stretching from East Palo Alto to Redwood City, t...

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