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How Taiwan Beat the Coronavirus

Taiwan beat the coronavirus by setting and maintaining rules, keeping its COVID-19 cases at a low number of 521 and its total number of deaths at 7 in a population of 23.7 million.

Kaitlyn Chen, Staff Writer

October 13, 2020

Life has almost gone back to normal in Taiwan. Schools, restaurants, shopping centers, and other businesses are opening up. However, the Taiwanese government continues to enforce rules to keep citizens safe. 

Rick Riordan Announces “Kane Chronicles” Movie Adaptations


Keira Lee, Copy Editor

October 8, 2020

Netflix will make the "Kane Chronicles" into movies, according to an announcement from Rick Riordan, the author of the series. Riordan released a short video on Instagram on September 4, stating that the trilogy would be adapted into feature films for Netflix and that more news would follow soon. T...

Living With High-Risk People During COVID-19

The disinfectants used to sanitize groceries and packages.

Isabella Calcagno, Politics Editor

June 25, 2020

My mother has a way of predicting when things may become much worse than they initially appear.

Hardships in Quarantine

My grandparents and me on December 24, 2004.

Emma Montalbano, Video Editor

June 25, 2020

Quarantine is difficult for everyone. For me, the hardest part of quarantine has been losing my grandfather and not being able to say goodbye.

Supriya Singh: Committed to Helping the Senior Population in Her Community

Foster City Village is a nonprofit organization committed to helping older adults continue to live in their homes.

Fernanda Ramirez, Staff Writer

June 8, 2020

Supriya Singh, a 55-year-old Bay Area resident, enjoys giving back to her community, especially by helping whose needs are often unmet. Singh works for an organization called Foster City Village, a non-profit, membership-based organization that provides services to older adults in the 94404 zip code area.

Christopher Badger Gets Ready to Release His Next Album

Christopher Badger is a Woodside senior dedicated to his music.

Jack Freeman and Alexander Balfanz

May 18, 2020

Woodside senior Christopher Badger has always had a passion for music. Over the course of several years, Badger has brought his own musical identity to multiple genres and aliases. Now, with the release of his next album quickly approaching, he’s getting ready to redefine himself once more.

Kaylee Wall: Art and Animation

A self portrait Wall created using a digital art platform to use for her art account profile photo

Sam Brook and Tessa Bertine

May 14, 2020

Woodside senior Kaylee Wall has always had a passion for art, but she recently found her true calling: 2D animation.

From Prison Inmates to High School Students: Woodside Teacher Andrew Ho Has Taught Both

Andrew Ho pictured at the San Quentin State prison where he volunteered as a tutor in 2017.

Isabella Calcagno and Gulnazik Bakhramova

April 29, 2020

Learn about first-year Woodside history teacher Andrew Ho who has taught students in schools and prisons.

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.

More Than Art: Ballet’s Evolution Captures the Deep Philosophy of Life

Sofiane Sylve and Tiit Helimets in Liang's

Gulnazik Bakhramova, Staff writer

April 21, 2020

San Francisco Ballet’s "Dance Innovations," the third program in its 2020 Repertory Season, consisted of three ballets that reflected the emotional, philosophical values of the choreographers through the smooth ballet movements. 

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