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Woodside Prepares for AP Tests

Woodside students prepare for upcoming AP tests in May.

Anna Harshman, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

Woodside High School students are in the midst of preparing for advanced placement (AP) tests which will take place throughout the month of May, raising discussions about the purpose, as well as the impact, of these classes.

Technology, Community, or Both

The Boy Scouts forms one popular youth group that encourages its members to volunteer.

Anna Harshman, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

Silicon Valley, often considered the tech capital of the world, is the birthplace of Facebook, electric cars, and iPhones. With all the technology constantly in such easy access, sometimes it can be hard for Silicon Valley citizens to look up from their screens and really see the world around them. This is why volunteering is so important; it teaches people to engage with the happenings around them and look outside of social media. But how do Bay Area teens respond to volunteering, and where do their values lie: their community or their technology?

Feminism: Equality for All

A Woodside student shows her support for feminism.

Anna Harshman, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019

With the discussion around and importance of feminism spreading in recent years, communities in the Bay Area have grappled with how to approach this subject, and in particular what feminism means, and what it does not.

Tutorial Replaces SSR

Students provide overwhelmingly positive feedback in regards to the tutorial pilot.

Anna Harshman, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018

Tutorial has been approved at Woodside High School, exciting many students and staff with more time to get ahead of, or catch up on work.

Disney Fans Delight in New Lion King Film

The Lion King is the next in a growing list of Disney remakes of beloved films.

Anna Harshman, Staff Writer

December 13, 2018

The trailer for the remake of The Lion King hit a record breaking number of views for any Disney film, exciting Woodside students and forecasting success for the highly anticipated movie.

2018 Midterm Elections Showcase Diversity

Ilhan Omar, one of the first Muslim women elected to congress, gives a passionate campaign speech

Anna Harshman, Staff Writer

November 26, 2018

The midterm elections have served as a groundbreaking year for diversity in politics, with 2018 seeing the most diverse group of candidates in United States history: 411 of elected officials were women, people of color, or part of the L.G.B.T.Q community. According to the New York Times, out of the ...

New Halloween Laws Frighten Communities

New laws regarding Halloween behaviors in California affect Woodside students.

Anna Harshman, Staff Writer

November 6, 2018

New laws in California restrict Halloween behaviors, resulting in possible fines or jail time for those trick-or-treating over the age of twelve or staying out past eight at night.

San Francisco Climate Change March

30,000 to 40,000 people attended the San Francisco march.

Anna Harshman, Staff Writer

September 27, 2018

Thousands gathered in San Francisco just days before the Global Action Climate Summit to urge global leaders to transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy, among other issues.

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