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Wrestlers at Woodside spend a large fraction of their practice in the mat room, where they work on wrestling techniques and wrestle each other.

With influx of new athletes, wrestling kicks off 2022 season

Conrad Berke, Managing Editor November 29, 2022

With the start of winter sports comes the co-ed wrestling team, under the leadership of first-year head coach Dan Peterson. Last year wrestling reached new heights, with former senior AJ Richter becoming...

The Rings of Power features a number of new characters, many of whom are equally awesome to previous Lord of the Rings icons

Review: the legendary Lord of the Rings adventure continues in Rings of Power

Conrad Berke, Managing Editor November 16, 2022

Amazon recently released and completed the first season of its new TV series “Rings of Power”, a prequel to the Lord of the Rings books and movies. For all its well-made features, the production also...

A poster of art-focused careers by the College for Creative Studies. It hangs from the door of 1-4, where art and CTE teacher Gwen Sidley instructs students on digital filmmaking, digital communications, and journalism.

Should art credit be required for high school graduation?

Conrad Berke, Managing Editor October 20, 2022

Woodside High School, as well as Universities of California (UC) and California State Universities (CSU) currently requires students to take one year of a visual and performing arts class, or 10 credits...

Addison Olson (left) and Malin Petersson (right) compete at Carlmont in a varsity doubles match

Girls tennis rebuilds team after loss of key varsity players

Conrad Berke, Managing Editor October 19, 2022

Woodside’s Girl Tennis’s season is coming to an end soon, with only a few games remaining. Varsity currently has a record of 4-8.  Thankfully, except for sophomore Kailyn Holty’s ankle sprain...

One of the many flyers advertising Women in Tech club students can see around campus.

Woodside girls take male-dominated fields head on with creation of Women in Tech club

Conrad Berke, Managing Editor September 23, 2022

With the creation of several new clubs this year comes the Women in Tech Club, primarily focused on supporting girls interested in technology and engineering career paths, a predominantly male field. The...

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

With Woodside sports starting again, the cross country season has grabbed a lot of the attention after the amazing 21-22 season involving PAL (Peninsula Athletic League), CCS (Cross Coast Section), and...

Woodside softball players hope to improve their already strong performance and qualify for playoffs this year

Hoping for a grand slam: Softball season continues

Conrad Berke, Staff Writer March 21, 2022

Woodside softball stomped Los Altos this past Tuesday, March 15, with a 4-0 win.  With spring sports well underway, numerous Woodside teams have taken off, with softball hoping to make an impact. Varsity...

To get campaigners for the March 16 BOSA elections, leadership members created posters around the school.

BOSA campaigning: Keys to success

Conrad Berke and Xamara Carrillo March 15, 2022

With BOSA (Board Of Student Affairs) elections right around the corner, Woodside’s BOSA candidates have strived to broadcast their campaigns and make sure their voices are heard. The election process...

Many of Woodsides English learners come from Spanish speaking countries, with over 663 Spanish speakers at Woodside

Languages: More than just a course requirement

Conrad Berke, Staff Writer February 9, 2022

From background to race to gender, Woodside High School’s cultural diversity is well-known. The school contains a wealth of language diversity as well. While English is the most spoken language at...

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