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San Francisco’s March for Our Lives Puts Young Activists At Its Forefront

San Francisco’s March for Our Lives Puts Young Activists At Its Forefront

Holly Rusch and Pictures by Amelia Bailey

March 26, 2018


Filed under Politics, Top Stories

As Americans rally together to call for gun control in the wake of deadly mass shootings, a new voice has risen to the forefront: the youth. On Saturday, March 24th, hundreds of thousands marched in over 800 different locations to advocate ‘common-sense’ gun law reform and honor the lives lost...

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...

Gen. McMaster joins ever-growing list of departures from Trump Administration

Gen. McMaster joins ever-growing list of departures from Trump Administration

Sean Moriarty, Staff Writer

March 26, 2018


Filed under Politics, Top Stories

    Former National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster resigned from his position on March 22nd, joining a list of former Trump administration officials that, to many, appears to grow larger by the moment. On Thursday, March 22nd, after weeks of speculation, General H.R. McMaster resigned f...

Woodside Walks Off Campus

Woodside Walks Off Campus

Joseph Balsama, Photo Editor

March 15, 2018


Filed under Politics, Top Stories

Students rallying show off their posters in efforts to show how much they support gun laws being put in place. Students from five schools arrived in the masses to show support of the student-organized rally at El Camino Park, Palo Alto. Student speaker from East Palo Alto Academy w...

An Open Letter to the National Rifle Association

An Open Letter to the National Rifle Association

Sean Jau, Satirical Contributor

March 14, 2018


Filed under Politics, Top Stories

We, as the high school students of America, are terrified for our lives.

Women’s March 2018

Women’s March 2018

Isabella Williams, Online Editor

March 9, 2018


Filed under Politics

Pink knit hats topped the heads of thousands of women, men, and children in downtown San Francisco this weekend at the annual Women’s March to protest sexual harassment, gender inequality, and Donald Trump’s presidency. An energetic crowd filled with signs with empowering political messages p...

Safe and Secure or Fire and Fury?

Safe and Secure or Fire and Fury?

Sean Moriarty, Staff Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under Politics, Top Stories

The aftermath of the Stoneman Douglas school shooting on February 14th, which left 17 students and staff dead, has caused many students to doubt whether or not U.S. gun laws truly keep themselves, and others, safe. On February 14th, 19-year old Nikolas Cruz burst into the Stoneman Douglas High S...

Trump’s Health Remains Controversial Following Physical Exam

Trump’s Health Remains Controversial Following Physical Exam

Christian Touhey

February 5, 2018


Filed under Politics

CNN chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta claimed President Trump has a common form of heart disease and is near obesity following the White House physician’s exam about his health. Donald Trump’s health has remained a controversial topic since the start of his presidential campaign in 2016, ...

Significant Controversy over DACA brings Government to a Halt

Significant Controversy over DACA brings Government to a Halt

Sean Moriarty, Staff Writer

February 5, 2018


Filed under Politics

After the recent government shutdown on Friday, arguments flared over whether the Dreamers, 800,000 immigrants who arrived as minors, should stay in the U.S, or go. From Friday, January 20th, to Monday, January 22nd, the United States experienced a government shutdown over the recent repeal of the Defer...

Woodside’s Waning Faith in U.S. Government

Woodside’s Waning Faith in U.S. Government

Holly Rusch, Staff Writer

February 5, 2018


Filed under Politics

The U.S. Government shutdown over the weekend of January 20th is the latest reason Woodside students do not have faith in the institution. The government shutdown ended via a ‘stopgap’ bill, which gives the government temporary funding, assuring the confrontation that forced the latest shutdown...

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