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The COVID Vaccine in the Bay Area

The COVID Vaccine in the Bay Area

Arielle Bruk, Staff Writer March 1, 2021

With the increased distribution of vaccines in the Bay Area, there is increasing optimism  regarding COVID-19’s demise. With the Bay Area having around 400,000 cases altogether, the state has seen numbers...

A snapshot of some food that is purchasable at Lulu's.

Lulus Mexican Cuisine Restaurant Review

Arielle Bruk, Staff Writer March 1, 2021

LuLu’s Mexican cuisine restaurant was an extremely satisfying meal that provided me with everything I could ask for in a fairly authentic Mexican meal.   There was high-quality service, the employees...

Freshman Transition, in which upper classmen present to WHS freshmen, made several changes to suit the challenges of 2020.

Freshman Transition’s Shift to a Digital Format

Keira Lee, Copy Editor February 22, 2021

Freshman Transition, the program created to introduce freshmen to the Woodside community and its social-emotional health resources, ended this year’s lessons on February 2.  A branch of Woodside’s...

The image shows that you should wear your mask, wash your hands, and get your flu shot.

Why Are Flu Shots Important?

Xamara Carrillo, Staff Writer December 11, 2020

People all over the world are affected by the flu. Especially with COVID-19, it's important to stay healthy and get a flu shot. The flu vaccine definitely helps people and has many benefits. It has...

Megan Healy covers the Avila Fire off Highway 101 in June of 2020.

Woodside Alumna Megan Healy’s Success as Multimedia Journalist

Emma Montalbano, Online Editor December 10, 2020
Woodside High School alumna Megan Healy brings her passion for relaying the news to life as a weekend anchor and Multimedia Journalist (MMJ) at KSBY News.
The album’s cover art, made by Mikah Nelson, was inspired by product commercialization in contrast to the understated publicization of

Woodside Graduate Max King Releases Debut Album

Keira Lee, Copy Editor December 10, 2020

Woodside alumnus Max King has released his debut album “Just As Advertised,” produced and written entirely by himself. King, a class of 2020 graduate, created the record during quarantine, starting...

Bail bond companies offer to pay 90% of an individual's bail to allow immediate release. Ironically, this incentivizes judges to post bail at ten times what a defendant can afford.

Proposition 25 Fails, but Demands for Cash Bail Reform Continue

Tal Dickman, Staff Writer December 7, 2020
Proposition 25 failed to pass, but the cash bail conversation is far from over.
Buttons offering a reminder to vote and for Woodside students to participate in the Woodside mock election.

What Was Woodside’s Mock Election?

Claire Manuel, Local News Editor December 7, 2020
Woodside High School’s leadership class created a mock election in which the student body voted on the 2020 election.
Failing Grades Spike in the SUHSD

Failing Grades Spike in the SUHSD

Arielle Bruk, Staff Writer December 4, 2020

Hopes for excellent grades have been crumpled after schools sent out progress reports this past month. Data from the Sequoia Union High School District (SUHSD) shows that the percentage of SUHSD students...

A Male Black-bellied Plover hangs out at the Bair Island unit of Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge on its way up to the Alaskan tundra in April.  The breeding habitat that he and other birds need to breed is under threat by recent advances from the Trump Administration

Trump Administration Plans to Push Ahead with Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Drilling

Cedrik von Briel, Politics Editor November 12, 2020
California is a wonderful location, home to some of the coolest species in North America. However, not all of them are ours alone. Each year, millions of birds migrate from the northernmost reaches of Alaska just to be here. However, they are under threat. 
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