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Paw’dcast: “Valorant” Review

Robert Freeman and Anthony Rastellini February 24, 2021

For this month's Paw'dcast, staff writers Robert Freeman and Anthony Rastellini sat down to discuss the hit video game "Valorant." You can listen to their conversation below:

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The Paw’dcast: Sweden During the Global Pandemic

Claire Manuel, Arts and Entertainment Editor June 24, 2020
An interview with a person who lives in Stockholm, Sweden on his opinion and experience with the global pandemic.
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The Paw’dcast: What do Teachers and Students Have to Say About Distance Learning?

Fernanda Ramirez, Staff Writer June 23, 2020
Reporter Fernanda Ramirez spoke with a variety of teachers and students about their perspectives on distance learning.
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The Paw’dcast: Visiting the Doctor During Quarantine

Emma Chiu and Carolyn Koo June 23, 2020
Emma Chiu sits down with her mom, Carolyn Koo, to discuss doctor's office protocols.
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The Paw’dcast: Dealing With College Decisions (Part Two)

Listen to seniors Emma Chiu, Chloe Postlewaite, Milena Raeber, and Taila Lee give advice about the college admissions process.
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The Paw’dcast: Starting the College Application Process (Part 1)

Listen to seniors Emma Chiu, Chloe Postlewaite, Milena Raeber, and Taila Lee give advice about the college admissions process.
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The Paw’dcast: How Students Are Adjusting to At Home Learning

Taila Lee and Emma Chiu March 25, 2020
Paw Print reporters Emma Chiu and Taila Lee talk about how the coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected their second semester senior year and how they're adjusting to At Home Learning.
Journalist Angie Coiro interviews Diane Ravitch at Kepler's Bookstore in Menlo Park.

The Paw’dcast: Diane Ravitch

Taila Lee, Coeditor in Chief February 21, 2020
Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education Diane Ravitch spoke at the Menlo Park Kepler’s Bookstore on February 6.
A number of Woodside students' earliest memories dated back to preschool.

The Paw’dcast: What’s Your Earliest Memory?

Emma Chiu and Fernanda Ramirez February 11, 2020
Memory: to many psychologists, it remains a mystery. Most agree, though, that the average human being starts forming memories around the age of 4. Paw Print reporters Emma Chiu and Fernanda Ramirez tested this statistic by asking 11 high schoolers about their earliest memory.
Natalie Su ended her speech with a quote from Dr. Seuss's The Lorax:

The Paw’dcast: Eighth Grader Natalie Su Leads First RCSD Climate Strike

Taila Lee, Coeditor in Chief February 9, 2020
Exclusive interview: Over 150 students walked out of North Star Academy in the first school climate strike in the Redwood City School District on Friday, January 31. Behind the strike is one eighth grader: Natalie Su.
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