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New Spirit App For Woodside Students

New Spirit App For Woodside Students

Chloe Stearns, Staff Writer

May 30, 2017

As the year comes to a close, Woodside High School has released their very own Wildcat Spirit App. This new invention has helped lots of students stay connected to school activities.

The Secret Life of Teachers

The Secret Life of Teachers

Daniela Thorne, Staff Writer

May 30, 2017

Teachers at Woodside High school are on campus before their students arrive and stay long after their students leave. What most students don’t know however, is what they do off campus.

Woodside Teachers Straying Away from Final Exams

Woodside Teachers Straying Away from Final Exams

Kenna Beban, Staff Writer

May 30, 2017

Upcoming Finals and Study Week strikes fear into the hearts of Woodside students ‒ but not all teachers give the standard, panic-inducing final exam.

The Unpopularity of the Gap Year

The Unpopularity of the Gap Year

Travis Moss, Staff Writer

May 30, 2017

It might be nice for some to have a year off after an eventful and somewhat tiresome four years of what would potentially be a very large step in life.

Community College in a Nutshell

Community College in a Nutshell

Kira Newmam, Photography Editor

May 30, 2017

A study about colleges released in February found that 70 percent of community college students in California are not able to complete college. This is raising eyebrows on Woodside’s campus.   From the Community College Review, writer Grace Chen explains the difficulties in transferring from high school to ...

UC Berkeley: The Battle of Free Speech

UC Berkeley: The Battle of Free Speech

May 11, 2017

Several acts of violence have erupted at UC Berkeley because of conservative speakers visiting the campus. The tenacity of the riots have evolved into an on-campus modern civil war.

Party Gras: Prom 2017 in Review

Party Gras: Prom 2017 in Review

Stefan Sujanksy, Political Editor

May 11, 2017

SAN FRANCISCO,CA- One-by-one, long black party buses rumbled onto Henry Adams Street, pouring groups of well-dressed students out of their doors like clown cars.

The Pros and Cons of the Updated Law for Legalized Marijuana

Chloe Stearns, Health and Lifestyle Editor

May 11, 2017

A lot of people have high hopes about California's legalization of marijuana. California was the fifth state to legalize recreational marijuana. Although the law does not officially take effect until January of 2018, it’s written terms contain some pros and cons for Californians. A big factor in le...

AP Exam Stress on Students

AP Exam Stress on Students

Olivia Dumas, Co-Editor-in-Chief

May 11, 2017

Students across the nation and internationally have been swamped with exams created by the College Board in order to demonstrate what they’ve absorbed from their AP classes.

Every 15 Minutes Program Well Worth the Cost

Every 15 Minutes Program Well Worth the Cost

Kenna Beban, Kiki Koeppen

April 20, 2017

The Every 15 Minutes presentation brought controversy to Woodside students who have mixed reviews about the program’s approach to delivering their message about the repercussions of drunk driving. The presentation involved an elaborate stage car crash scene set up on the football field, a grim r...

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