The Voice of the Wildcats

The Paw Print

The Voice of the Wildcats

The Paw Print

The Voice of the Wildcats

The Paw Print

Jessica Esparza is a mother of three who found assistance from The Gabriel Project.

The Gabriel Project supports pregnancy

Carmen Pinto, Staff Writer May 20, 2024

Stephanie Herbst didn’t want to waste all of those useful toys, kitchen items, books and bedding. She refused to waste more than 100 items from her family day care just because of COVID-19, which caused...

In recent years, many of the top national universities have become even more selective.

College admissions continue trend of increasing selectiveness

Conrad Berke, Beat Editor March 18, 2024

In the United States, college applications have steadily increased over the past few decades. In turn, many schools have become more selective in their admissions.  Take the University of California...

Sequoia District Teachers Association (SDTA) was created to protect and promote the well-being of its members including teachers and staff at Woodside.

SUSHD’s Negotiation has concurred and these are the details

Nathan Chen, Beat Editor January 18, 2024

Public school negotiations in California have been going on since 1975 when the Rodda Act was passed allowing for collective bargaining in public school districts which allows Woodside teachers and staff...

Former President Trumps arrest leaves many people shocked and questioning the state of our political system.

The future of our political system

Jaiedenn Dolan, Beat Editor October 19, 2023

With the recent news about former president Donald Trump’s arrest, Woodside students and teachers reflect upon the possible impact it’s having on our political system. Former President Trump faces...

Unfair working conditions and pay led workers to speak out and protest against these problems.

Tension over workers’ rights prompts action

Nathan Chen, Beat Editor October 17, 2023

Due to California’s inflation rates increasing, there has been an uptick in work and labor conflicts, causing strikes, accusations of unfair wages, and issues for workers and businesses. Early 2023,...

Fires that swept through Maui this September displaced thousands of people and destroyed hundreds of homes.

How Maui’s fires affected the Woodside community

Coco Beck, Staff Writer October 13, 2023

Caused by a fallen powerline in early August, the Lahaina fires in Maui burnt down a beautiful place that many call home, leaving millions in shock and difficulty. The fire made many locals leave behind...

Artificial intelligence is here to stay and many have ideas how it should help our daily lives.

Our lives with artificial intelligence

Jaiedenn Dolan, Beat Editor October 5, 2023

Artificial Intelligence has come to be a part of our daily lives, in both students and teachers believe it will force us to continually adapt.  Gavin Newsom signed an executive order, on September...

The Supreme Court struck down affirmative action last June in a 6-3 vote.

With Affirmative Action Overturned, Students Reflect

Patrick Van Hoven, Managing Editor September 21, 2023

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s overturning of affirmative action, the college admissions landscape, and students' perception of it, is changing.  On June 29, 2023, the Supreme Court struck down...

With Roe v. Wade being overturned, younger generations are the first ones to experience the consequences.

Abortions Restrictions Creates Education Limitations

Jaiedenn Dolan, Beat Editor September 15, 2023

With the overturn of Roe v. Wade leaving the right to abortion in the hands of the state governments, many students are facing a new layer of complications when applying to colleges.  On June 24th,...

Gen Z spends an average of 1 hour and 20 minutes of TikTok a day.

Mixed views on a TikTok ban

Ollie O'Toole, Staff Writer June 6, 2023

100 million Americans use TikTok daily, a reality under threat as a nation wide TikTok ban becomes more of a possibility. With a bill called the RESTRICT Act making its way through Congress, and 34...

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