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What the Environmental Context Dashboard looks like to college admissions adminstration.

The College Board’s Environmental Context Dashboard Was Not Made for the Greater Good

Noelia Arteaga , Sports Editor June 6, 2019
The College Board's Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) Adversity Index is a terrible idea.
Youtuber Shane Dawson's reaction after seeing his

The Paw’dcast: Chuck E. Cheese Pizza Gone Bad

Staff reporters discuss Shane Dawson's theory that Chuck E Cheese's pizza is recycled.
First responders at the scene of the mosque shooting in New Zealand on Friday.

Fifty Dead After Mass Shooting at Mosques in New Zealand

Noelia Arteaga , Sports Editor March 16, 2019
Fifty people were shot and killed by a white supremacist at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday, making it New Zealand's deadliest mass shooting since 1943.
Lori Loughlin (left), William Singer (center), and Felicity Huffman (right) were charged for college admissions bribery.

The Scoop on the College Bribery Scandal

Noelia Arteaga , Sports Editor March 14, 2019
Fifty people were charged in a thread of college bribery scandals unveiled on Tuesday, involving some of television's top-name Hollywood actors.
De'Andre Brown, Woodside Center, jumping to catch the baseline pass.

Woodside Basketball: Still Off the Map

Noelia Arteaga , Sports Editor February 4, 2019
The Woodside Boys’ Varsity Basketball team lost 36-65 against Sequoia High School in the last rivalry game of the year. The Woodside Girls’ Varsity Basketball team also lost this rivalry game, 48-26.
Thelma Mooney, a fill-in teacher for one of Bowles' classes, teaches a lesson.

Woodside Spanish Teacher Brett Bowles Resigns Amidst Controversy

Holly Rusch and Noelia Arteaga January 25, 2019
“A person only has his [or] her reputation, especially at a relatively small school, at the end of the day,” former Spanish 3 and 4 teacher Brett Bowles told the Paw Print following his resignation from Woodside High School.
Woodside seniors making their way to graduation.

To Orange, to White, or to Not

Noelia Arteaga , Sports Editor December 20, 2018
Instantly, I was confused as to why we were writing about graduation in December. Upon reading the headline “GSA Aims to Eliminate Gendered Graduation Robes,"it was clear to me that this article contained a much deeper agenda than simply saying that “graduation is right around the corner.”
Walking out onto the field

Woodside Football Off to a Good Start

Noelia Arteaga , Staff Writer September 11, 2018
The Woodside Varsity and Junior Varsity (JV) teams are both undefeated after beating South City, Sequoia, and Gunn, making up for last year's poor performance.
The Students Who Get To Drop Classes

The Students Who Get To Drop Classes

Noelia Arteaga , Staff Writer August 29, 2018
With the start of a new school year, many Woodside students have unsuccessfully attempted to drop classes with reasons ranging from teachers they do not like, unsuitable levels of difficulty, and even a fellow classmate with whom they recently had a messy breakup with.
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