The Voice of the Wildcats

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The Voice of the Wildcats

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The Voice of the Wildcats

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Students walk to their cars to depart school once the final bell rings.

Navigating the chaos

Chloe De Leon, Multimedia/Online Editor January 18, 2024

Every morning, juniors and seniors flood into the parking lot, quickly pull into an available spot and scurry to their first class of the day. Factors including limited space and student actions create...

Quinn Watrous gave a debate presentation this past summer at Wake Forest’s summer program.

Woodside student takes on Wake Forest summer program

Chloe De Leon, Multimedia/Online Editor January 18, 2024

Academic summer programs offer students an opportunity to progress their academics and gain exposure to their interests in a professional setting. According to the College Board, an organization that facilitates...

Woodside offers many healthcare and academic related resources.

Woodside’s untapped resources

Chloe De Leon, Multimedia/Online Editor January 11, 2024

School faculty members are always working to ensure a supportive learning environment–however, the responsibilities they take on address more than just the immediate academic concerns of students. Woodside...

A member of the Girls Golf team winds up her swing to hit the ball.

Swinging out of the Girls Golf season

Chloe De Leon, Multimedia/Online Editor November 13, 2023

Girls Golf finished off their season with some highlights and looks forward to future opportunities to grow their team. Senior Manon Lenoir reflected back on the season and gave insight into a sport...

Teenagers often find themselves looking at posed and edited photos. Often this behavior leads to toxic self-comparison.

Through the filtered lens

Chloe De Leon, Multimedia/Online Editor October 31, 2023

Teenagers often find themselves looking at posed and edited photos. Often this behavior leads to toxic self-comparison. As the widespread use of social media remains the norm, students reflect on impacts...

The cartoon dramatizes how music theory can ease someone’s understanding of music.

Opinion: Advancing the music program with AP Music Theory

Chloe De Leon, Multimedia/Online Editor August 28, 2023

Woodside High School’s robust music program lacks one essential class that could give students the opportunity to further their understanding of music while earning college credit: AP Music Theory. Music...

The annual Drama III/IV production posters get students excited for this years show!

Previewing the Drama III/IV production

Chloe De Leon, Multimedia/Online Editor May 22, 2023
Isabella Wynne, a senior Drama III student and director of this year’s student production, excitedly explains the bizarre yet fun contents of this year’s show.
Slang can both complicate and ease romantic interactions for today’s youth.

Rizz-ults of “rizz” culture

Chloe De Leon, Multimedia/Online Editor April 24, 2023

Whether the subject pertains to elementary school crushes or long-term high school relationships, romantic connections begin for anyone with “rizz.” The slang term “rizz” derives from the...

Junior class president Malin Petersson reveals details on prom.

2023 Prom: Out of this world fun!

Chloe De Leon, Multimedia/Online Editor March 22, 2023
“It's going to be awesome,” Petersson said. “All juniors and seniors should go.”
The Last of Us introduces a new binge-worthy series.

Review: This won’t be the last mention of HBO’s “The Last of Us”

Chloe De Leon, Multimedia/Online Editor March 8, 2023

Warning: This article contains spoilers for HBO’s “The Last of Us.” Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann’s on-screen adaptation of “The Last of Us” (video game) exceeds its role as an adaptation...

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