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Woodside Firefighters Face Unrelenting California Flames

Woodside Firefighters Face Unrelenting California Flames

Sam Brook, Staff Writer

August 29, 2018

During one distressing week in July more than 1,000 wildfires sparked in California, 15 of which are still blazing today. The Carr, Mendocino Complex, and Donnell fires are the biggest flames sweeping through Central California at this time, all of which are above 50% contained.

New Teachers, Old School

New Teachers, Old School

Kiki Koeppen, LETH Editor

August 28, 2018

A huge influx of 22 new Woodside High School teachers, specializing in areas including mathematics, English, history, and counseling, makes the start of the school year an exciting time for both students and faculty.

Students and Stress: College Applications

Students and Stress: College Applications

Holly Rusch, Staff Writer

August 28, 2018

College application season is in the air, and Woodside seniors are feeling the pressure. While Woodside offers a wide variety of services to aid students throughout the application process, not all students choose to take advantage of them.

Drama Program Not Recognized As Much As Musical

Drama Program Not Recognized As Much As Musical

Travis Moss, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018

The student musical, performed every March at Woodside, receives much more publicity and popularity than the lesser known drama production presented in May.

Unorthodox Candidates Hope to Succeed Jerry Brown

Unorthodox Candidates Hope to Succeed Jerry Brown

Emma Chiu, Local News Editor

May 17, 2018

From puppeteers to actors, transhumanists to retired truck drivers, the candidates for California governor prove that you no longer have to have political experience to be a politician, an argument divides the Woodside community.

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