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Mass Shootings and Manifestos: How News Coverage Encourages Killers

Mass Shootings and Manifestos: How News Coverage Encourages Killers

Kenna Beban, Opinion Editor

June 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Politics, Top Stories

Yesterday, videos created by the Parkland shooter describing his motive and plan were released by prosecutors. Not long after, headlines popped up, quoting the killer’s words and splashing his image across news sites. Hover over each news outlet to see examples of headlines.(function (d) { var js, ...

CA Gubernatorial Candidate Zoltan Istvan Visits Woodside

CA Gubernatorial Candidate Zoltan Istvan Visits Woodside

Aaron Raubvogel, Andrew Kubicka, Hunter Melton, and Killian Weber

May 30, 2018


Filed under Politics, Top Stories, W-TV Live

Zoltan Istvan, a transhumanist libertarian running for California Governor, visited Woodside High School on May 24th. Students Aaron Raubvogel and Hunter Melton decided to sit down and interview Istvan on his policies and beliefs.

Unorthodox Candidates Hope to Succeed Jerry Brown

Unorthodox Candidates Hope to Succeed Jerry Brown

Emma Chiu, Local News Editor

May 17, 2018


Filed under Local News, Politics, Top Stories

From puppeteers to actors, transhumanists to retired truck drivers, the candidates for California governor prove that you no longer have to have political experience to be a politician, an argument divides the Woodside community.

North and South Korea’s Historic Meeting

Holly Rusch, Staff Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Politics, Top Stories

North and South Korea have met in a landmark series of deals that promise denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, along with an official end to the Korean War, by the end of the year. While the promise of peace between the two countries has global implications, students at Woodside High School ha...

Torn Apart

Torn Apart

Aaron Raubvogel, Co-Editor-in-Chief

May 16, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Politics, Top Stories

JERUSALEM, Israel-- This past Monday, May 14th, heralded a new age in U.S.-Israel relations. With much pomp and circumstance, the United States officially moved their embassy in the Jewish State to Jerusalem, making the U.S. one of the first countries to officially recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s...

Kanye West Stirs Controversy On Social Media

Kanye West Stirs Controversy On Social Media

Christian Touhey, Staff Writer

May 11, 2018


Filed under Politics, Top Stories

Kanye West has received the center of attention in the hip-hop and political media as his controversial comments and new music address his newfound political views. Prior to his revelations last week, the award-studded Chicago rapper has remained silent for months without any new track releases o...

The Teaching of English is Banned in Iran

The Teaching of English is Banned in Iran

Leila Taherian, Staff Writer

April 6, 2018


Filed under Politics, Top Stories

Iran, a country that has slowly isolated itself from the western world, has recently decided to ban the teaching of English in both government and non-government schools. After several weeks of violent protests raging through all regions of Iran, the issues plaguing the country were accentuated,...

Supreme Court Decision Could Possibly Lead to The Legalization of Sports Betting

Supreme Court Decision Could Possibly Lead to The Legalization of Sports Betting

Travis Moss, Staff Writer

March 28, 2018


Filed under Politics, Sports, Top Stories

The Supreme Court is currently deciding on what is quite possibly the most important sports-betting case in United States history. State laws regarding sports betting have remained dormant since the implementation of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) of 1992. PASPA prevented sta...

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...

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