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Valentine’s Day Stereotypes

Valentine’s Day Stereotypes

Kianna Koeppen, Diversity Editor

February 14, 2019


Filed under Health and Lifestyle, Opinion, Top Stories

Valentine’s Day is a long held holiday celebrating the concept of love. However, present and past societal norms have caused most people to view this holiday primarily celebrating love between a male and a female.

Violent Earthquake Affects Alaska

Violent Earthquake Affects Alaska

Daniel Benitez, Staff Writer

December 19, 2018


Filed under Health and Lifestyle, Top Stories

A magnitude 7.0 earthquake hit Alaska on November 30, causing 230 smaller earthquakes and a tsunami warning. On Friday, November 30 at 9:29 in Anchorage, Alaska, a 7.0 earthquake shook the area so hard it triggered 230 smaller earthquakes and a tsunami warning. Over the next 24 hours after the first earthqua...

International Space Station Gains New Robot Crew Member

International Space Station Gains New Robot Crew Member

Liam Lee, Staff Writer

December 19, 2018


Filed under Health and Lifestyle, Top Stories

The Crew Interactive Mobile Companion (CIMON) was sent up to the International Space Station, an addition that should improve morale in space.

Tenth Annual Build-A-Basket Provides Donated Items for Homeless Families

Tenth Annual Build-A-Basket Provides Donated Items for Homeless Families

Taila Lee, Co-Editor-in-Chief

December 15, 2018


Filed under Health and Lifestyle, Local News, Top Stories

Families gathered at the Elks Lodge to prepare hundreds of gift bags for the Bay Area's homeless community during LifeMoves's 10th Annual Build-A-Basket on December 15.

New NASA Rover Gives “Insight” Into History of Mars

New NASA Rover Gives “Insight” Into History of Mars

Mira Sahi, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018


Filed under Health and Lifestyle, Top Stories

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) landed their newest InSight Lander, a probe which for the first time can detect what's under Mars’s surface, on November 26.

E. Coli Infecting Lettuce Throughout the Country

E. Coli Infecting Lettuce Throughout the Country

Tessa Bertine, Staff Writer

December 10, 2018


Filed under Health and Lifestyle, Local News, Top Stories

People around the country, including Woodside High School students, are being forced to throw out their romaine lettuce due to the lettuce in California farms being infected by E. coli.

Harvard Report Says Interstellar Object Could Be Alien Spaceship

Harvard Report Says Interstellar Object Could Be Alien Spaceship

Cedrik von Briel, Staff Writer

November 30, 2018


Filed under Health and Lifestyle, Top Stories

While most Woodside students associate aliens with science fiction, a new Harvard astronomy report begs to differ.

High School Fashion Trends: Then vs. Now

High School Fashion Trends: Then vs. Now

Emma Hague, Staff Writer

November 30, 2018


Filed under Campus, Health and Lifestyle, Top Stories

Since Woodside is a very large school, there are many different styles to be seen around campus, some similar to the ones teachers grew up with, and some completely new.

Christmas Is Here, and So Are Starbucks Holiday Cups

Christmas Is Here, and So Are Starbucks Holiday Cups

Alondra Bravo, Staff Writer

November 27, 2018


Filed under Health and Lifestyle, Top Stories

Starbucks came out with this year’s holiday cups with four new designs, exciting customers who are ready for the holiday season.

How the Banning of Straws Will Affect the Boba Industry

How the Banning of Straws Will Affect the Boba Industry

Cienna Cattaneo, Staff Writer

November 27, 2018


Filed under Health and Lifestyle, Top Stories

Boba tea is a popular trendy drink for kids, teens, and adults around the Bay Area. In January of 2020, the Bay Area will ban plastic straws which will in turn affect the boba industry. Governor Jerry Brown signed a law in September starting the ban of straws. Wide plastic straws are a necessary part of ...

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