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“Senior Year” was released by Netflix on May, 13th, 2022 starring Rebel Wilson. The film is about going back to high school after recovering from a coma 20 years later.

‌Review “Senior Year” explores‌ ‌reliving‌ ‌the‌ ‌lost‌ ‌teenage‌ ‌years

Mary Keile, Staff Writer June 11, 2022

Rebel Wilson's presence in "Senior Year" excited me since she’s known for her funny, awkward, comedic roles. "Senior Year" ‌‌tells the story about a popular high school cheerleader named Stephanie,...

“Jujutsu Kaisen 0” is an anime that takes place in a world where humans and demons coexist. We follow Yuta and his journey to uncover his past and curse.

Opinion: “Jujitsu Kaisen 0” leads the storm of animes in America

Kaitlyn Chen, Culture Editor April 29, 2022

“Jujutsu Kaisen 0” took American theaters by storm as it became the 10th highest-grossing anime film in the world. As someone who has never watched any anime besides the classics from Studio Ghibli,...

Main character, Meilin Lee turns into a red panda when she gets too excited. She faces issues with turning back to normal and dealing with her family and friends.

Opinion: The significance of Pixar’s “Turning Red”

Birdie Kwan, Copy Editor April 26, 2022

Dealing with transforming into a red panda on top of the struggles of one’s middle school years is surely unusual, but for Meilin Lee (Rosalie Chiang) in Pixar’s latest film, “Turning Red,” it...

The burger from Habit, a chain with its closest location at Sequoia Station in downtown Redwood City,  was overflowing with delicious perfection.

Review: The best and worst burgers in Redwood City

Spencer Calsing Lyons and Charlie Sullivan April 6, 2022

Burgers are a staple of the American diet, and you could find a place that sells them in almost every part of the US. In fact, burgers are such a staple, that when people think of the US, they automatically...

Kathrine (Brynn Ayoob) and Torrey (Chloe Montgomery) singing near a large cake during what you got during Woodsides production of Freaky Friday on Sunday, March 13, 2022. (All photo captions by Spencer Calsing Lyons)

Review: “Freaky Friday” shows audiences “they got this”

Spencer Calsing Lyons, Staff Writer March 15, 2022

Woodside Theater has turned out hit after hit in recent years, and “Freaky Friday” hasn’t missed the mark this time around.  Adapted from the Disney movie of the same name, “Freaky Friday”...

Leadership students working on project Be the Lead, a student-led class, and activity. The themes coincide with what characteristics leaders face. This one was problem solver.

Opinion: Let’s get more perspectives into Leadership

Jessica Lin, Local Editor March 10, 2022
To be honest, I didn’t think that I could make a difference when stepping into high school. 
The Fallout came out on HBO Max January 27. The movie is about teenage trauma in the aftermath of a high school shooting.

Review: “The Fallout” is an exploration of school shootings

Mary Keile, Staff Writer March 2, 2022

“The Fallout” is a good movie because it shows two girls helping each other in a terrible moment.  The actresses Maddie Zieger and Jenny Ortega performed well and portrayed realistic characters. “The...

12.8 million, or 42.1% of Americans are currently attending college and paying an average of  $35,720 per year.

Is college really worth the cost?

Claire Manuel, Online Editor January 25, 2022
The value of a college education has always come into question for a lot of high school seniors during application season. Is it really worth all that money?
The sun sets behind Woodsides Parking lot on Monday, January 17, 2022. Woodside students were asked about their favorite law-complying bell schedule for next year before break, and there are some definite losers and winners in there

Opinion: There is One Clear Winner For Best New Bell Schedule

Cedrik von Briel, Managing Editor January 25, 2022

Back in forever (October 2019), California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a fantastic bill into law that would ban high schools in California from starting their day before 8:30 every morning. The change...

The SAT and ACT are just two of the many standardized tests high school students take in order to make a competitive application to college.

Opinion: The SAT/ACT systematically hurts less-privileged students, so why is it still around?

Amelie de Leon, Co-Editor in Chief January 11, 2022

American colleges abolishing the SAT/ACT as a factor considered in admissions would only help students, particularly in addressing the systemic inequalities of the college admissions process. The COVID-19...

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