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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....

Illustration depicting a young Asian-American woman wearing a

Hate is a Virus

Jessica Lin and Kaitlyn Chen March 30, 2021

There has not been enough media coverage of Anti-Asian hate. In the months after the first case of Covid-19 was discovered in Wuhan, China, the US reported almost 1,500 cases of racism, hate speech, discrimination,...

Ex-convict Michael Thomas Cheek was set to move to Hillcrest Drive before the community's response stopped this from happening.

Emerald Hills Residents Respond After Placement of Ex-Convict in the Area

Amelie de Leon, Claire Manuel, World News Editor, Arts and Entertainment Editor March 12, 2021

A Emerald Hills homeowner has rescinded the offer of housing to ex-convict Michael Thomas Cheek after Redwood City residents protested against the Superior Court of California’s ruling that Cheek be...

Donald Trump's personality has been a critical force driving the changes in the Republican Party

Strongman Personalities and the Future of the Republican Party

Tal Dickman, Staff Writer February 19, 2021

From unsubstantiated voter fraud claims to space lasers, the chosen discourse of the right wing in America is shifting further and further to the extreme and becoming less recognizable with pre-Tea Party...

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

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 individual's 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?
Students in Spain social distance and wear masks as they resume in-person school.

School in the Time of COVID-19

Amelie de Leon, World News Editor October 13, 2020

The new school year has begun for students across the world in recent weeks. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they return to circumstances they have never seen before. The Paw Print reached out to students...

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.
Image from CNN.com. Fires rage in Boulder Creek, California on August 21.

The Redwood City Police Department’s Role in Helping with the Fires

Emma Montalbano, Online Editor September 15, 2020
Redwood City Detective, Bill Cagno, explains the Police Department's role in helping with the fires.
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