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Living With High-Risk People During COVID-19

The disinfectants used to sanitize groceries and packages.

Isabella Calcagno, Politics Editor

June 25, 2020

My mother has a way of predicting when things may become much worse than they initially appear.

Hardships in Quarantine

My grandparents and me on December 24, 2004.

Emma Montalbano, Video Editor

June 25, 2020

Quarantine is difficult for everyone. For me, the hardest part of quarantine has been losing my grandfather and not being able to say goodbye.

How to Cope With Quarantine: A Manual

How to Cope With Quarantine: A Manual

Lucas Jansen, Staff Writer

June 24, 2020

Reporter Lucas Jansen gives advice on dealing with shelter-in-place.

Notes on the Pandemic

The coronavirus situation has changed from what it once was, with masks being commonplace. But what else was risen out of the ashes of shelter-in-place?

Cedrik von Briel, Health/Lifestyle/Technology Editor

June 24, 2020

My first experience with the novel coronavirus was as a result of a coincidence. I was researching stories to talk about on air for Woodside TV Live when a story of a new virus across the ocean in China caught my eye. In a week that saw the death of Kobe Bryant, the rapid but relatively small spread of a virus seemed like a mere afterthought, just another news story.

Should Inmates Have Been Released Because of COVID-19?

People held protests demanding that prisoners be freed amid the spread of the coronavirus.

Gigi Caviglia, Staff Writer

June 23, 2020

As of April 16, more than 16,000 US inmates have been released due to COVID-19, the novel coronavirus.

The Class of 2020 and the Pandemic

A group of seniors converse via Zoom meeting weeks into the pandemic to make up for lost time at school.

Sam Brook, Managing Editor

June 23, 2020

From online classes and pass or fail grading to missing out on countless senior experiences, the class of 2020 is currently experiencing a senior year unlike any other in history. We are turning our tassels on Zoom and picking up our diplomas in cars, a situation we never could have foreseen.

What You Missed at the BLM March in SF on May 30, 2020

About 1,000 people marched in San Francisco yesterday to honor the memory of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis.

Zoe Mason, Guest Contributor

May 31, 2020

Woodside senior Zoe Mason shares her experience at yesterday's Black Lives Matter protest in San Francisco.

Animal Crossing Vacation

Animal Crossing Vacation

Lucas Jansen, Staff Writer

April 24, 2020

The tagline of the game perfectly encapsulates the draw that many people feel towards “Animal Crossing: New Horizons,” which was released on March 20, 2020.

More Than Art: Ballet’s Evolution Captures the Deep Philosophy of Life

Sofiane Sylve and Tiit Helimets in Liang's

Gulnazik Bakhramova, Staff writer

April 21, 2020

San Francisco Ballet’s "Dance Innovations," the third program in its 2020 Repertory Season, consisted of three ballets that reflected the emotional, philosophical values of the choreographers through the smooth ballet movements. 

Review: “Nailed It!” Season 4

Season 4 of

Stephanie Dorsett, Staff Writer

April 20, 2020

The anticipated and zany baking competition series “Nailed It!” released its fourth season, and not a moment too soon.

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