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Mass Shootings and Manifestos: How News Coverage Encourages Killers

Mass Shootings and Manifestos: How News Coverage Encourages Killers

Kenna Beban, Opinion Editor

June 4, 2018

Yesterday, videos created by the Parkland shooter describing his motive and plan were released by prosecutors. Not long after, headlines popped up, quoting the killer’s words and splashing his image across news sites. Hover over each news outlet to see examples of headlines.yle="font-weight: 400;"> Ame...

Fundraising Friday A Success

Hundreds of students gather on the I-Wing lawn to live DJ music.

Kenna Beban and Isabella Williams, Opinion and Online Editors

May 7, 2018

Last Friday, Woodside raised money for its clubs and organization through the highly-anticipated Fundraising Friday, where students sold food at lunch. Woodside High School student organizations set up tables on the I-Wing lawn to sell food for students at lunch. The Bring Change to Mind Club, the A...

Resources, Not Revolvers

Sign Credit: Gregory Gruszynski

Kenna Beban, Opinion Editor

April 24, 2018

Many Woodside teachers wore orange beads and presented signs with the hashtag #ArmMeWith for last Friday’s National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools. Earlier in the week, Edith Salvatore, the president of the Sequoia District Teachers Association, sent an email encouraging SDTA members...

BUILDing Better Futures

The BUILD program holds their first Sales Showcase of the year.

Kenna Beban, Opinion Editor

March 28, 2018

Silicon Valley’s next entrepreneurs had a chance to sell their original products at Woodside’s BUILD Spring Sales Showcase this past Wednesday. The BUILD program provides Woodside freshmen with the opportunity to start their own business, get insight from mentors in the entrepreneuring world, and gai...

Changing Weather Brings Chills to San Francisco

Changing Weather Brings Chills to San Francisco

Kenna Beban and Taila Lee

February 28, 2018

Despite the sunny California stereotype, the weather in San Francisco remains chilly and windy. Former resident of San Francisco Justin McAney has lived in California for four years before moving to Philadelphia, but still finds the weather unpredictable. “[I expected the weather to be] a li...

Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula Needs Volunteers

Leila Taherian, Staff Wirter

February 16, 2018

The Boys and Girls Club of America continues to help communities across the country bridge the opportunity gap. In Northern California’s Bay area, the Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula (BGCP) works with several schools throughout the area. Stretching from East Palo Alto to Redwood City, they ...

Woodside Students Earn Their Paychecks

Corner Yogurt employs many high school and college students to help run the local favorite frozen yogurt shop.

Kenna Beban, Opinion Editor

February 5, 2018

As Woodside seniors enter their last semester of high school, they are taking steps towards more independence in preparation for their adult lives; for many, this means making the decision to hold down a job. “I wanted to have a little bit more autonomy in my spending habits,” Woodside Senio...

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