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Creator of the Week: Sara Typrin

Creator of the Week: Sara Typrin

Amelie de Leon, Co-Editor in Chief April 15, 2022

Creator of the Week: Naiya Kobayashi

Creator of the Week: Naiya Kobayashi

Amelie de Leon, Co-Editor in Chief March 18, 2022

Tech crew has been working extremely hard to ensure that this years spring musical, Freaky Friday will be a success.

Tech Crew: The unsung heroes of Woodside’s performing arts

Amelie de Leon, Co-Editor in Chief March 11, 2022
An often unappreciated group of students at Woodside is the tech crew, who are instrumental in ensuring that Woodside drama productions run smoothly and efficiently.
Woodsides Science Olympiad club only began a couple months ago, but they are already up and competing.

Science Olympiad begins first competition

Amelie de Leon, Co-Editor in Chief March 7, 2022

Woodside’s recently formed Science Olympiad club is preparing for their first competition, which will be held from March 7 to 9. The competition will take place online at school in order to comply...

Woodsides robotics team, Team 100, began their build season a couple of weeks ago.

Team 100 begins building for comeback season

Amelie de Leon, Co-Editor in Chief March 2, 2022
Woodside’s robotics team, Team 100, is back to competing after having both of their last two seasons canceled because of COVID.
The SAT and ACT are just two of the many standardized tests high school students take in order to make a competitive application to college.

Opinion: The SAT/ACT systematically hurts less-privileged students, so why is it still around?

Amelie de Leon, Co-Editor in Chief January 10, 2022

American colleges abolishing the SAT/ACT as a factor considered in admissions would only help students, particularly in addressing the systemic inequalities of the college admissions process. The COVID-19...

Despite LGBTQ representation on television rising in past years, there is still much to be done to improve representation.

A Look Into LGBTQ Representation in Television

Amelie de Leon, Co-Editor in Chief October 20, 2021

In recent years, LGBTQ representation on television has gone up in numbers, but many in the LGBTQ community feel that this is only a small step forward when it comes to LGBT representation on television. GLAAD’s...

Big changes to Woodsides 2021 Homecoming were announced this afternoon.

BREAKING: Homecoming 2021 Postponed

Amelie de Leon and Emma Montalbano October 20, 2021

Woodside’s 2021 Homecoming Dance will be tentatively postponed to Saturday, November 6 due to the forecasted rain. The dance, originally planned for Saturday, November 23, must be held outdoors in...

Chinese Club meetings are held every other Thursday in B-18.

Celebrate Chinese Culture With Woodside’s Newly Formed Chinese Club!

Amelie de Leon, Co-Editor in Chief September 29, 2021

The newly formed Chinese Club meets every other Thursday in B-18 to explore Chinese culture, food, and entertainment. The club was formed this year by a group of sophomores, along with the help of Ms....

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