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Review: “Miss Anthropocene” by Grimes

Like much of her artwork, Grimes designed the cover art for

Alexander Balfanz, Copy Editor

April 15, 2020

In an interview with “Culture,” avant-pop musician Grimes called her 2015 album “Art Angels” “a piece of crap.”

Review: Season 3 of “On My Block”

The first episode of

Gigi Caviglia, Staff Writer

April 14, 2020

After keeping fans waiting for almost a year, Netflix's popular drama series "On My Block" finally came out with a third season this April.

Bong Joon-ho Exposes Harsh Realities Through Humor and Horror in “Parasite”

Taila Lee, Coeditor in Chief

April 14, 2020

This review contains mild spoilers.

“The Timing Was Right”: Bob Dylan’s Newest Release Isn’t a Coincidence

Bob Dylan released “Murder Most Foul,” his first original song since 2012, on March 26, 2020.

Emma Chiu, Coeditor in Chief

April 14, 2020

If you’re looking for a cheerful pop tune with a catchy backbeat, Bob Dylan’s newest song, “Murder Most Foul,” may not be for you. But, in darker times—such as the current coronavirus pandemic—the haunting ballad provides an unexpected comfort.

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The Paw Print Staff

April 11, 2020

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Review: “Forever” by Charli XCX

Charli XCX posted three interpretations of the same photograph to go with her song

Alexander Balfanz, Copy Editor

April 9, 2020

The first fruit of Charli XCX’s upcoming quarantine album has arrived in the form of “Forever,” a love song that blazes through its four-minute length with invigorating experimentation and catchy pop hooks.

Out Of His “Idle Town”: Review of Conan Gray’s “The Comfort Crowd Tour”

For his performance of

Taila Lee, Coeditor in Chief

March 21, 2020

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA— Sad, soulful, and sassy, YouTuber-turned-pop-star Conan Gray is a rising king of dream pop with his down-to-earth lyrics, comforting voice, and growing fanbase.

A Letter to Woodside’s Student Body

A Letter to Woodside's Student Body

Adrienne Evans, Guest Contributor and BOSA President

March 15, 2020

There are very few times throughout the school year when I have the opportunity to address Woodside’s student body as a whole. However, in light of both recent and ongoing events, I felt it appropriate.

Money in Politics

With about three months left until the end of the Democratic primary, candidates are updating their campaigning strategies. Bloomberg's plan is the only one that actively threatens democracy.

Alexander Balfanz, Copy Editor

March 3, 2020

Before 2007, Michael Bloomberg was a Republican. From then until 2018, he was an independent with racist policies, including the infamous stop-and-frisk practice. Now, despite skipping many of the early debates and states of the Democratic primary, he’s joining the race for the Democratic nominee.

2020 Oscars: Best and Worst Dressed

2020 Oscars: Best and Worst Dressed

Emma Montalbano, Video Editor

February 13, 2020

The annual 92nd Academy Awards were presented on Sunday, February 9, 2020, at Dolby Theater in Hollywood. One exciting aspect of the Oscars is the red carpet, where actors and actresses show off their elegant outfits. At the 2020 Oscars, the most popular trends included subtle accents of bright colors and black, white, and gold statement jewelry.

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