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How to Cope With Quarantine: A Manual

How to Cope With Quarantine: A Manual

Lucas Jansen, Staff Writer

June 24, 2020

Reporter Lucas Jansen gives advice on dealing with shelter-in-place.

Quiz: What Type of Quarantiner Are You?

Quiz: What Type of Quarantiner Are You?

Lucas Jansen and Zachariah Brosius

May 17, 2020

How have you been spending your quarantine?

Animal Crossing Vacation

Animal Crossing Vacation

Lucas Jansen, Staff Writer

April 24, 2020

The tagline of the game perfectly encapsulates the draw that many people feel towards “Animal Crossing: New Horizons,” which was released on March 20, 2020.

Students Advocate for AP Economics and Government Classes

Although Woodside High School offers AP history classes for sophomores and juniors, all seniors take standard-level courses in government and economics.

Lucas Jansen, Staff Writer

April 9, 2020

Three Woodside juniors, Connor Spackman, Daniel Longo, and Robert Sellman, proposed starting Advanced Placement (AP) Government and Economics classes at Woodside. Since early January, they have gathered signatures from more than 24 students who have rallied around the potential new class.

The Mental Side Effects of the Coronavirus

The Mental Side Effects of the Coronavirus

Lucas Jansen, Staff Writer

February 28, 2020

Racism, xenophobia, and paranoia are spreading around the Bay Area and beyond due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, generating false ideas and discrimination towards Asian Americans.

Mark Zuckerburg Discusses Freedom of Speech in Court Case on Facebook Censorship

Facebook owner Mark Zuckerburg discusses freedom of speech in court.

Lucas Jansen, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

Mark Zuckerburg appeared at Georgetown University on Oct. 17, 2019 to defend his policy in a thirty-five-minute talk regarding freedom of speech and the importance of democracy and uncensored expression on Facebook.

Democratic Debate Discusses New Gun Policies, Universal Healthcare, and Removal of Student Debt

The Democratic candidates arrive at the Houston Democratic Debate on September 12, 2019.

Lucas Jansen, Staff Writer

September 26, 2019

The Democratic debate brought together the top ten Democratic candidates to discuss issues such as climate change, gun control, and student debt. Many Woodside students and staff members watched in anticipation as these possible future presidents explained their views on the issues closest to the school.

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