The Paw Print

Should Inmates Have Been Released Because of COVID-19?

People held protests demanding that prisoners be freed amid the spread of the coronavirus.

Gigi Caviglia, Staff Writer

June 23, 2020

As of April 16, more than 16,000 US inmates have been released due to COVID-19, the novel coronavirus.

Quiz: Which Animal Are You Based on Your Shelter-in-Place Habits?

Quiz: Which Animal Are You Based on Your Shelter-in-Place Habits?

Gigi Caviglia and Cedrik von Briel

May 4, 2020

Take this quiz, and we'll tell you what animal you are!

Review: Season 3 of “On My Block”

The first episode of

Gigi Caviglia, Staff Writer

April 14, 2020

After keeping fans waiting for almost a year, Netflix's popular drama series "On My Block" finally came out with a third season this April.

Sadie Hawkins vs. Homecoming: Which Was Better?

The Sadie Hawkins dance was held in the new gym; its theme was

Gianna Caviglia, Staff Writer

March 3, 2020

The Sadie Hawkins dance, the second Woodside dance of the school year, took place on February 8. But, in comparison to last October's homecoming dance, some students felt that Sadie Hawkins fell short of their expectations.

Get Your Shots – It’s Flu Season

Students reach for tissues and hand sanitizer as flu season approaches.

Gianna Caviglia, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

With influenza (flu) season approaching, many Woodside students are beginning to experience the first symptoms that come with the transition from fall to winter. 

Netflix Will Remove “The Office” From Its Platforms in 2020

Steve Carell stars as Michael Scott in the show

Gianna Caviglia, Staff Writer

October 16, 2019

Many Woodside students are feeling disappointed after Netflix announced on June 25 that the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) will be taking back the streaming rights to the hit comedy “The Office” in January of 2020, meaning that the show will no longer be streaming on Netflix.

Cancer-Causing Chemicals Are Found in Heartburn Drug

Heartburn drug Zantac contains traces of the carcinogen nitrosodimethylamine, according to a study from the New York Times.

Gianna Caviglia, Staff Writer

October 4, 2019

Some chemicals found in household items are now being proved to have caused multiple types of deadly cancers.

The Voice of the Wildcats