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Autumn is the season that marks the transition from summer to winter and is known for its shorter days and pretty colors.

Autumnal Hues in Redwood City

Emma Montalbano, Co-Editor in Chief December 9, 2021

Clara Chiu is a junior at Woodside and will be participating in a KQED showcase on Wednesday, November 10.

Woodside Student Selected for KQED Showcase

Emma Montalbano, Co-Editor in Chief November 9, 2021

Woodside junior Clara Chiu made a video about racism against Asian Americans that has been chosen to air on KQED’s Youth Media Challenge Online showcase on Wednesday, November 10 at 7 p.m.  Clara’s...

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Woodside Staff Crossword

Emma Montalbano, Co-Editor in Chief November 3, 2021
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In the five game National League Division series, the Giants lead 2-1 against the Dodgers.

San Francisco Giants Enter Postseason After Record-Breaking Season

Emma Montalbano, Co-Editor in Chief October 12, 2021

The San Francisco Giants broke records this season, with the most wins ever since the team moved to the West in 1958.  With 106 wins, the Giants became the number one team in the National League (NL),...

The crochet club welcomes people of all crocheting abilities to join their club.

Woodside’s New Crochet Club

Emma Montalbano, Co-Editor in Chief September 23, 2021

The new Crochet Club brings together students every Friday at lunch in F-10 who love to crochet or wish to learn how to crochet. The founders and co-presidents of the club are Elise Hadidi and Brynn...

In their first official game of the season, the Woodside Varsity football team lost 47-18.

Back in the Stands at Woodside Football Games

Emma Montalbano, Co-Editor in Chief September 13, 2021

Woodside High School’s Varsity football team lost 47 to 18 in their first official game of the 2021 fall season against Silver Creek High School on Friday, August 27. With this being the first official...

2021 college admissions were a lot different from years prior due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

How 2021 College Admissions Differed From Previous Years

Emma Montalbano, Online Editor June 5, 2021

Applying to colleges in 2020 was a different experience than most other years because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This application and admissions period set a precedent of uncertainty for years to follow...

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, students transitioned to entirely online learning.

How Online Instruction Impacted Freshmen and Seniors

Emma Montalbano and Barbara Ann Stephens May 27, 2021

Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, many students across the nation transitioned to completely online instruction from March 2020 to this April. Zoom became our new way of life. Our bedrooms became our...

Garlic, chocolate, and all kinds of meat are absolutely unbearable to me while I suffer from Parosmia.

Unfortunate Lasting Impacts of COVID-19

Emma Montalbano, Online Editor April 9, 2021

On November 6, 2020, I received a call informing me that I had tested positive for COVID-19. I had mild symptoms that included nasal congestion, a dry cough, fatigue, and headaches. Only a few days after...

The Crown was awarded a Golden Globe for Best Drama TV Series on February 28, 2021.

Is “The Crown” Historically Accurate?

Emma Montalbano, Online Editor March 11, 2021
While the Netflix series “The Crown” relies heavily on historical events and figures to provide a glimpse into the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, the show tends to deviate from the truth at times.
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