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Hopkin’s CTE Engineering Design and Development class currently has six females to nineteen male students.

Where are all the girls?

Kailyn Holty, Campus/Local Editor March 10, 2023

The harmony of tinkering and clicking sounds greets sophomore and Robotics club member Abigail Brown as she enters the engineering classroom. Yet instead, she’s met with the overwhelming lack of girls...

Middle College classes are offered entirely on Cañada Colleges campus.

Middle College offers an alternative high school experience

Winnie Einhorn, Co-Editor in Chief February 9, 2023

While big classrooms, lively social scenes, and highly competitive sports allow many students to grow and thrive, the typical high school experience just isn’t for everyone. With middle college applications...

Despite the controversial aspects of assisted death, measures are still put into place to ensure well being of patients such as an oral demand to their physician to qualify for assisted death drugs.

Living in the last moments: the importance of assisted death

Kailyn Holty, Staff Writer February 3, 2022

TW: This article discusses assisted death and suicide The Swiss company Sarco developed a ‘suicide pod’ in December 2021 that fills with nitrogen so a person loses consciousness and dies within...

Woodside senior Mia Hua loves crocheting and has created a collection of crocheted stuffed animals.

Crochet’s Comeback: The Revival of Yarn Crafts

Mia Hua, Culture Editor November 16, 2021
The crochet trend began with Harry Styles' patchwork cardigan, which he wore for a Today Show rehearsal appearance, deep into the COVID-19 pandemic. The JW Anderson cardigan made a big splash on TikTok as people posted their handmade replicas. Now, #harrystylescardigan on TikTok has over 41 million views. Styles’ cardigan led thousands of teenagers cooped up at home to pick up their crochet projects again and post on social media about their cute creations.
Jeffrey OConnor has been walking the track for over two decades, meeting new students along the way.

The Story Of Woodside’s Mysterious “Trackman”

Cebelli Pfeifer, Sports Editor November 3, 2021

If you happen to be a Woodside student, teacher, athlete, or anyone who has ever spent time on Woodside’s Bradley Field, then you have most likely seen Thomas Jeffrey O’Connor: more commonly known...

On March 22, Jack Dorsey sold his first ever tweet for almost three million dollars.

What’s an NFT?

Alexander Balfanz, Co-Editor in Chief April 5, 2021

What makes art valuable? Ask an artist, and they’ll probably talk about brushwork, perspective, color, or a myriad of other topics. Ask an economist, and they’ll give you a much simpler answer: quantity....

The album’s cover art, made by Mikah Nelson, was inspired by product commercialization in contrast to the understated publicization of Just As Advertised.

Woodside Graduate Max King Releases Debut Album

Keira Lee, Copy Editor December 10, 2020

Woodside alumnus Max King has released his debut album “Just As Advertised,” produced and written entirely by himself. King, a class of 2020 graduate, created the record during quarantine, starting...

Bail bond companies offer to pay 90% of an individuals bail to allow immediate release. Ironically, this incentivizes judges to post bail at ten times what a defendant can afford.

Proposition 25 Fails, but Demands for Cash Bail Reform Continue

Tal Dickman, Staff Writer December 7, 2020
Proposition 25 failed to pass, but the cash bail conversation is far from over.
Woodside teacher Ann Akey conducts distance learning office hours from her room in the F-wing on October 1st, 2020. Akey says that she has been teaching online from school instead of at home due to a much better connection and fewer distractions at school.

What Do Your Teachers Think of Distance Learning?

Cedrik von Briel, Politics Editor October 14, 2020
Since the novel coronavirus caused the Sequoia Union High School District to close all schools on March 12, the comforts of the home have taken over the school desks for many teachers, But has it ever been wondered what are their thoughts on it are?
An orange, hazy cover of smoke is seen above the Woodside traffic circle and PAC on September 9th, 2020. The large amounts of smoke from the fire have been causing a variety of inconveniences for Woodside students and teachers since the fires were started less than a month earlier

Wildfire smoke causes disruptions to Woodside Teachers and Students

Cedrik von Briel, Staff Writer September 17, 2020
According to a paper on Wildfire smoke by various government agencies, wildfire smoke can have “thousands of individual compounds, including particulate matter, carbon dioxide, water vapor, carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons and other organic chemicals, nitrogen oxides, and trace minerals, ” making its dangers similar to smoke from a house or building fire, though with much larger quantities of those materials.
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