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Inequality in Accessing Higher Education

Inequality in Accessing Higher Education

Leila Taherian, Local News Editor

March 21, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

The wealthy upper class has a stark advantage over the majority of college applicants, even if they don’t commit fraud to get admitted.

What is Normal?

What is Normal?

Kianna Koeppen, Diversity Editor

March 19, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

The main goal of a teenager is to fit in, not to stand out. To appear "normal" to the people around you. Yet the point of high school is for teenagers to figure out who they are before going to college, and one common piece of advice about how to do this is to stay true to yourself. So, why is it that a majority of high schoolers are changing who they are to fit in? If everyone is desperately trying to meet the expectation of normal, then wouldn’t that mean that everyone’s definition of normal would be the same?

Protecting the Women in Our Community

Protecting the Women in Our Community

Mercedes Mikhailov, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Multimedia, Opinion, Top Stories

Women in these smaller communities feel like they need to constantly be on high alert, especially of their surroundings, because of how much women feel like targets.

High School Athletes Speak About Playing at the Next Level

High School Athletes Speak About Playing at the Next Level

Joseph King, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Multimedia, Opinion, Sports, Top Stories

Six percent of high school Athletes get to play their sport competitively in college. Today, we’ll focus on the lives of a few high school athletes that are taking time to speak about playing at the next level.

Equality Between Men and Women

Equality Between Men and Women

Breanna Broussard, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Multimedia, Opinion, Top Stories

Many people around the nation believe men and women are equal. However, it seems as though we live in a society that sets up a system where women and men aren’t treated equally. A system where men always seem to come out on top. Today, we will be learning the perspectives of three different people on the topic of women's treatment in society.

Women’s Decisions in Politics

Women’s Decisions in Politics

Emma Hague, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Multimedia, Opinion, Top Stories

In politics today, women are coming more prevalent in the scene. They have their own views on life compared to the people running the government right now. When talking to other students and parents, they have different perspectives on what is happening in the world right now.

The Invisible Confinements of Social Classes

The Invisible Confinements of Social Classes

Dominic DeVitis, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Multimedia, Opinion, Top Stories

Every year, people of different social classes feel confined to limitations that aren't there. They think that because they were born with less than others that they have to have less than others.

Representation Matters

Representation Matters

Mira Sahi, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Multimedia, Opinion, Top Stories

The percentage of minorities in the Bay Area is 52%, making the region a majority-minority area. With the ever-changing racial background of the Bay Area, how important is further representation of minority points of view? Woodside Paw Print reporter Mira Sahi tells us more.

Peer Pressure Is Harming Society

Peer Pressure Is Harming Society

Cienna Cattaneo, Staff Writer

March 13, 2019


Filed under Multimedia, Opinion, Top Stories

Across the Bay Area teenagers have been faced with peer pressure with drugs, alcohol, stealing, bullying, etcetera. Have you ever been faced with peer pressure?

Racism Spiking Sky High

Racism Spiking Sky High

Chelly Cerrillo, Staff Writer

March 13, 2019


Filed under Multimedia, Opinion, Top Stories

There has always been an issue with racism in the world, but as of 2016, Donald J. Trump was elected as president and the racism towards Mexicans has increased.

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