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Besides France, Anderson has filmed his various movies in places like India, New York, and Germany.

Review of ‘The French Dispatch:’ An Ode To The Journalistic World

Cebelli Pfeifer, Sports Editor December 10, 2021

Despite the theatrical outfits and characters, fabled symmetrically-placed frames, witty dialogue, and unique Je ne sais qui Wes Anderson so consistently integrates within all his films, “The French...

California is proudly home to UCLA and UC Berkeley; two of the countries top public Universities.

The Pressures and Privileges of Growing Up In Silicon Valley

Cebelli Pfeifer, Sports Editor December 7, 2021

In a world where college acceptance rates drop lower each year, and Atherton continues to become one of the wealthiest zip codes across the nation, students in the surrounding Silicon Valley area are noticing...

Woodside Principal Karen Van Putten and Athletic Director Tim Faulkner bask in the sentimental moment with Evans.

Woodside’s Next Edelman? Senior Elise Evans Officially Commits to Stanford University

Cebelli Pfeifer and Cedrik von Briel November 10, 2021
A crowd of around 100 Woodside students, friends, and faculty watched as Evans signed her letter, gave remarks, and posed afterward for photos.  Her journey began almost three years ago when she verbally committed to play soccer at Stanford on February 28, 2019. Now, Evans has officially solidified her commitment to the university with pen-to-paper. 
Jeffrey OConnor has been walking the track for over two decades, meeting new students along the way.

The Story Of Woodside’s Mysterious “Trackman”

Cebelli Pfeifer, Sports Editor November 3, 2021

If you happen to be a Woodside student, teacher, athlete, or anyone who has ever spent time on Woodside’s Bradley Field, then you have most likely seen Thomas Jeffrey O’Connor: more commonly known...

Countless amounts of athletic games have been played on Bradley Field, and for the first time it shall prove itself a sturdy dance floor at this years homecoming.

Woodside’s 2021 Homecoming Dance on Bradley Field

Cebelli Pfeifer, Sports Editor October 7, 2021

Woodside High School’s 2021 homecoming dance will be held on October 23 at Bradley Field. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year’s dance cannot be hosted inside the school gym.  “Having the...

Woodside’s boy’s water polo team plans to take Menlo-Atherton down in their next game on October 7th.

Woodside’s Varsity Boys Water Polo Season So Far

Cebelli Pfeifer, Sports Editor September 29, 2021

With two wins and one loss in league games against Hillsdale, Burlingame, Menlo Atherton, and a win in a non-league game against Carlmont, the boy’s varsity water polo season is looking up to be a good...

Will Smith plays Richard Williams along side Demi Singleton as Serena WIlliams and Saniyya Sidney as Venus Williams in the upcoming film.

Serena and Venus vs. the World; Why You Should Watch King Richard this Fall

Cebelli Pfeifer, Sports Editor September 23, 2021

King Richard, is a fictionalized movie based on the upbringing of Serena and Venus Williams, two of the world’s greatest athletes and representatives of the African-American community. The movie,...

Wilbur the wildcat hyping up the crowd at 
Woodsides first rally since coming back from the online school year.

Unique Opportunities at Woodside: Expand your Horizons while you can!

Cebelli Pfeiofer, Sports Editor September 18, 2021

As Woodside swiftly returns back to campus life after a year of remote learning, students have the opportunity to join exciting extracurriculars and get more involved on campus.  Whether it be through...

Rule 600, a bylaw by the California Interscholastic Federation, no longer requires all high school student-athletes to choose between their school and club teams.

How Rule 600 Impacts Woodside Athletics

Cebelli Pfeifer, Staff Writer April 19, 2021

Rule 600, the California Interscholastic Federation's bylaw regarding student-athletes' ability to participate in multiple sports in one season, now permits students to participate in both high school...

Woodside High School’s swim team stays hard at work in preparation for their upcoming meet.

Woodside High School Swim Team Competes Virtually

Cebelli Pfeifer, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

As a result of COVID-19 cases rising and falling every day, athletes who play a sport in the Sequoia Union High School District wonder if they are going to have a season at all. Considering COVID-19’s...

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