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Study Week Workload: A Discussion

Olivia Dumas, Co-Editor-in-Chief

December 21, 2016


Filed under Local News

As finals week approaches, students are faced with the pressure of sustaining their grades for the first semester. Study Week often poses the question of whether or not teachers are piling on too much work in preparation for finals.

Education’s Rude Awakening

Nick Fischer, Opinion Editor

December 21, 2016


Filed under Local News

Students need more sleep--especially for upcoming finals, but the lack of shut-eye persists and the true culprit happens to be the finals themselves.

Should LGBT+ Scared?

Kianna Koeppen, Staff Writer

December 21, 2016


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Queer and LGBTQ people are wondering if it is worth it being scared of their lives and future.

Why Do Students Slack Off On Assigments?

Christian Touhey, Video Editor

December 21, 2016


Filed under Local News

A common issue seen amongst high school and college students is procrastination. This deceiving option to completing work may seem attractive at first, but it’s outcomes are not always pleasing.

Employees Matter Too

Chloe Stearns, Health/Lifestyle Editor

December 21, 2016


Filed under Local News

Holiday shopping is in full swing which puts a lot of strain on retail workers. The sale prices are exceptionally low and ready for last minute shoppers. Retail employees spend endless hours preparing for the excessive crowds and the lowest prices of the season. They work all day and night with litt...

Teachers and Students Get Ready

Beck Patrone, Sports Editor

December 21, 2016


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Woodside students are preparing themselves this week for the hardest days of the entire school year, the week of final exams.

Winter Break Plans

Aaron Raubvogel, Online/Social Media Editor

December 21, 2016


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Students are travelling to a multitude of places across the globe over this next Winter Break, from Lake Tahoe to England.

School Populations are rising

Christian Touhey, Video Editor

December 13, 2016


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As new apartment complexes are sprouting rapidly, school budgets are becoming increasingly limited. Local class sizes and school populations in the Bay Area are rising as families continue to migrate towards the growing technology hub of America. While the population increase varies from city to cit...

Senior Thesis Means Less Work

Kenna Beban, Staff Writer

November 22, 2016


Filed under Local News

The senior thesis is something that seems unique to Woodside High School ‒ no other schools in the district share the same project as Woodside students. Lengthy research papers at the end of a student’s high school career are common practice, but for some reason faces constant objections and dis...

Quit While You’re Ahead

Nick Fischer, Opinion Editor

November 22, 2016


Filed under Local News

The objective of James Lianides has been to create schools with exceptional and diverse education that unifies students in the Sequoia High School Union District. The legacy of James Lianides is that he has created a progressive and diverse environment that will continue after his retirement at the...

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