The Paw Print

Medline Club co- presidents and co-vice president stand in front of their table at club rush.
New and returning clubs at Woodside
Xamara Carrillo, Online Editor • September 30, 2022
Intense temperatures peaked well over 100° as class remained in session.
Woodside held strong against raging temperatures
Winnie Einhorn, Co-Editor in Chief • September 27, 2022
Debate club meets in C-16 on Tuesdays, where you can argue and express your opinion.
Arguments come to life at the new Debate Club
Martin O'Toole, Staff Writer • September 26, 2022
Students enjoy the benefits of free meals that Woodside is currently offering under the California Universal Meals Program.
New PIN-ID system causes dispute among students
Kailyn Holty, Sports Editor • September 26, 2022
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Varsity girls converse in preparation for their first scrimmage of the season against Carlmont High School.
Varsity girls water polo team loses valuable seniors
Maggie Mein, Staff Writer • September 27, 2022
Injured football Players Mason Furtado and Giordano Presotto
Woodside football team suffers from the injury bug
Aldolfo Cruz, Staff Writer • September 26, 2022
Varsity runner Dominic Barty warms up at practice. While no races have occurred yet for Woodside cross country, players are making sure to maintain their abilities.
6 out of the 7 Varsity Cross Country Players Gone: What’s the Damage?
Conrad Berke, Managing Editor • September 16, 2022
Similar to her sister, Evans officiated her commitment to Stanford University at Woodside High school during a lunchtime ceremony put together by Woodside High school and was joined by her parents Dena Evans (left) and Marlon Evans (right).
A generational legacy: Elise Evans joins the Stanford family ‘tree’
Cebelli Pfeifer, World News Editor • May 25, 2022
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Jordan Peeles third horror film made $44 million alone, in its opening week at the box office.
Is the movie “Nope” worth the hype?
Logan Marrow, Staff Writer • September 24, 2022
Heartstopper, based on a graphic novel series, became available on Netflix on April 22, 2022.
“Heartstopper” becomes an iconic show among LGBTQ+ students
Winnie Einhorn, Staff Writer • June 14, 2022
Country flags that portray the growing diversity in our society
When appreciation of another culture becomes obsessive
Kaitlyn Chen, Culture Editor • June 13, 2022
A collection of beach reads in a variety of genres for this summer!
Top 5 beach reads for this summer!
Mia Hua, Politics Editor • May 24, 2022
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Three thousand years of longing was released on August 26th, 2022.
Review: "Three Thousand Years of Longing" An imagination story of granting three wishes
Mary Keile, Staff Writer • September 9, 2022
“Senior Year” was released by Netflix on May, 13th, 2022 starring Rebel Wilson. The film is about going back to high school after recovering from a coma 20 years later.
‌Review "Senior Year" explores‌ ‌reliving‌ ‌the‌ ‌lost‌ ‌teenage‌ ‌years
Mary Keile, Staff Writer • June 11, 2022
“Jujutsu Kaisen 0” is an anime that takes place in a world where humans and demons coexist. We follow Yuta and his journey to uncover his past and curse.
Opinion: "Jujitsu Kaisen 0" leads the storm of animes in America
Kaitlyn Chen, Culture Editor • April 29, 2022
Main character, Meilin Lee turns into a red panda when she gets too excited. She faces issues with turning back to normal and dealing with her family and friends.
Opinion: The significance of Pixar's "Turning Red"
Birdie Kwan, Copy Editor • April 26, 2022
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A collection of pictures from Akeys time abroad sits in her classroom. Akey, who has been teaching at Woodside now for over two decades, previously taught in places like Zambia, Benin, Iowa, and inner-city Sacramento
Around the world and back again: Ann Akey’s multi-continent teaching journey
Cedrik von Briel, Managing Editor • April 28, 2022
Scott Fitzgeralds The Great Gatsby is taught in almost every level Junior English class at Woodside.
Banned books plague school curriculums nation-wide
Cebelli Pfeifer and Sofia Kalberer March 23, 2022
Senior Shai Dickman uses his hobby of coding to create beautiful pieces of art.
Unusual hobbies: Enjoying the oddities in life
Mia Hua and Kailyn Holty March 21, 2022
The pop-up menu offers a variety of meals, including a Crispy Chicken Drumstick with Biscuit and Mixed Vegetables.
Behind the scenes of the cafeteria
Winnie Einhorn and Birdie Kwan March 17, 2022
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Woodside is full of Valentines Day festivities  this year. Guess how many hearts are in the jar, dress up, listen to music in the quad, and more!
¡El Amor está en el Aire! Festividades por el Día de San Valentín, en el campus!
Xamara Carrillo, Sports Editor • February 11, 2022
Northern Lights, Woodsides 2022 Winter Formal is set to happen on February 12 at 7:30 in the quad and old gym.
El Formal de Invierno 2022
Xamara Carrillo, Sports Editor • January 27, 2022
Gavin Newsom eliminates the possibility of online school.
Las políticas de COVID de Gavin Newsom en medio de Omicron
Xamara Carrillo, Sports Editor • January 25, 2022
Emily Peña is thankful Woodside has given her the opportunity to learn English.
Estudiantes Inmigrantes en Woodside
Xamara Carrillo, Local News Editor • November 29, 2021
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