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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

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.

Torn Apart

The Temple Mount, a holy site in Islam, above the Western Wall, the holiest place in Judaism. This image was taken in the Old City of Jerusalem.

Aaron Raubvogel, Co-Editor-in-Chief

May 16, 2018

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...

Woodside Wins Big at 2018 BUILD Buisness Plan Competition

School principals congratulate Pen Co. on their success in the expo earlier in the afternoon.

Aaron Raubvogel and Photos by Joe Balsama

May 7, 2018

WOODSIDE, CA -- After eight months of hard work, 16 companies of four to six freshmen from Woodside, Sequoia, and the East Palo Alto Academy shuffled into the Old Gym on Friday for their last BUILD event of the year, The BUILD Business Plan Competition. BUILD is an entrepreneurial program for low...

All Print Articles from the Woodside World Now Online

Copies of printed editions of the Woodside World

Jenny Bratton, Guest Contributor

April 20, 2018

(May, 2017) WOODSIDE, Calif. – Woodside High School’s paper Woodside World recently became the first high school newspaper in California to be digitized and added to the massive California Digital Newspaper Collection (CDNC), according to Brian Geiger, Director of the University of California, Riverside’s...

The San Francisco Experience

A ticket stub for the famous Beach Blanket Babylon

Aaron Raubvogel and Stefan Sujansky

April 20, 2018

Steve Silver’s "Beach Blanket Babylon", the iconic show at the heart of the city’s theater scene, lives and breathes the spirit of the city San Francisco. Undoubtedly the crown of Silicon Valley, both metaphorically and geographically, the city has always been on the forefront of social and techn...

OPINION: Passed Over Passover

The Passover Seder Place Settings

Aaron Raubvogel, Co-Editor-in-Chief

April 1, 2018

This coming Monday, on April 2nd, I will be travelling to Toronto, Canada to visit my family, like I do every year. At least that is what I tell my teachers as they grumble about me missing school so close to Spring Break. Except what I tell my teachers is not the full story. Although I actually do ...

UPDATED: Let the Madness Begin!

UPDATED: Let the Madness Begin!

Aaron Raubvogel, Co-Editor-in-Chief

March 16, 2018

As the annual March Madness Collegiate Basketball tournament begins, Woodside staged their own basketball tournament. The basketball tournament, officially known as Woodside’s March Madness, began Thursday during lunch and continued through Monday. The team "Senior Thesis" defeated "Trust the Process" ...

The Death of CDs

Travis Moss, Staff Writer

March 6, 2018

A few weeks ago, Best Buy had announced that they would stop selling CDs as of July 1st due to declining sales. However, they will continue to sell vinyl records. Other retailers such as Target, continue to sell CDs. Nevertheless, it’s still the end of an era for music fans. “At one point, Best...

As the Winter Olympics begin, California starts to Heat Up

Aaron Raubvogel, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 16, 2018

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 ...

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