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Pride at Woodside

Pride at Woodside

Sam Brook, Managing and Campus editor

June 6, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Health and Lifestyle, Local News, Top Stories

Know Your Local Government System

Know Your Local Government System

Sam Brook, Managing and Campus Editor

May 30, 2019


Filed under Local News, Politics, Top Stories

Traffic Light Outages Cause Traffic Problems

Traffic Light Outages Cause Traffic Problems

Jack Freeman, Staff Writer

May 24, 2019


Filed under Campus, Local News, Top Stories

Streetlights on Redwood City's major streets have posed a problem for commuters over the past two weeks. Some of the significant intersections, like Alameda De Las Pulgas, have street lights that have been out almost at random.

Housing in Redwood City Skyrockets in Price

Housing in Redwood City Skyrockets in Price

Emma Kinder, Staff Writer

May 23, 2019


Filed under Local News, Top Stories

The prices of homes in Redwood City have increased a significant amount over the past year. Also, the values of homes are decreased by -2.1% over the past year. 

Burger King Adds Impossible Whopper to Their Menu

Burger King Adds Impossible Whopper to Their Menu

Dominic DeVitis, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019


Filed under Health and Lifestyle, Local News, Top Stories

Burger Kings in the United States are adding vegetarian burgers or “impossible burgers” to their menus, the impossible burger is a fully vegetarian burger that is designed to taste exactly like meat.

Forty Days Of Controversy

Forty Days Of Controversy

Tessa Bertine, Staff Writer

May 10, 2019


Filed under Local News, Politics

A group of Pro-Life activists has been protesting outside the Redwood City Planned Parenthood since March 6 as part of “40 Days for Life,” creating backlash throughout the community.

Derogatory Language in the Liberal Bay Area

Derogatory Language in the Liberal Bay Area

Sam Brook, Managing and Campus Editor

May 7, 2019


Filed under Campus, KQED Youth Takeover, Local News

Derogatory language is common in teens' lives, and though its use has decreased, especially in liberal areas such as the Bay Area, high schoolers still face slurs and offensive language in their communities. Students at Woodside are aware of the negative effects of demeaning language and have a plan to stop it.

Woodside Prepares for AP Tests

Woodside Prepares for AP Tests

Anna Harshman, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019


Filed under Campus, Local News, Top Stories

Woodside High School students are in the midst of preparing for advanced placement (AP) tests which will take place throughout the month of May, raising discussions about the purpose, as well as the impact, of these classes.

Woodside vs. Sequoia: Who Had The Better Prom?

Woodside vs. Sequoia: Who Had The Better Prom?

Breanna Broussard, Staff Writer

April 26, 2019


Filed under Local News, Top Stories

Both Woodside High School and Sequoia High School held their prom at the same venue this year. Students from Sequoia attended their prom on April 12, whereas Woodside students attended their prom April 13. Even though both proms were at The Bently Reserve in San Francisco, each prom gave a different experience.

In the Field With the California Young Birders Club

In the Field With the California Young Birders Club

Cedrik von Briel, Staff Writer

April 13, 2019


Filed under KQED Youth Takeover, Local News, Multimedia, Top Stories

Birding, or competitive birdwatching, is on the rise across much of the Country, including right here in California.

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