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Obama’s Gift to Joe

Obama’s Gift to Joe

Beck Patrone and Christian Touhey

January 20, 2017


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Tears of joy and sadness ran down Joe Biden’s face during a press conference on January 12th as he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom with distinction. As Obama prepares to depart from office, he took time to compliment Joe Biden on his progress and achievements in office referring to him ...

Report Released Detailing Election Intrusions

Report Released Detailing Election Intrusions

Stefan Sujanksy and Kira Newman

January 20, 2017


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WASHINGTON D.C.- In a much-anticipated move, U.S. intelligence agencies have released a report detailing Russian intrusions into the American presidential election. In the declassified report released on December 26, 2017, the Intelligence Community Assessment ruled that Russian President Vladimir Putin ...

Trump’s First Presser as President Elect: Abnormal, Incomplete, and Self Absorbed

Trump’s First Presser as President Elect: Abnormal, Incomplete, and Self Absorbed

Zack Hage and Olivia Dumas

January 20, 2017


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At Trump’s first presser as President Elect, he appeared on the defensive against journalists, the CIA, and Obamacare proponents, painting a picture about how his presidency will behave for the next four years. The conference was a rarity for Trump, who hadn’t held a presser since sloppily avoidi...

Bush Twins write send-off letter to Obama Sisters

Bush Twins write send-off letter to Obama Sisters

Aaron Raubvogel and Kenna Beban

January 14, 2017


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Former First Children Barbara and Jenna Bush wrote a heartfelt letter Sasha and Malia Obama, current First Children, as their father prepares to leave the White House. Barbara and Jenna began by reminiscing about Sasha and Malia’s first visit to the White House back in 2009. Although the Bush twins were...

Californian Conflict: Understanding How Trump Could Impact the Golden State

Zack Hage, Entertainment Editor

December 21, 2016


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Undergoing one of it’s most liberal phases during 2016, California is now in an awkward and tough spot after the influence of Trump’s election.

Elections, Fights, and Protests, Oh My!

Elections, Fights, and Protests, Oh My!

Aaron Raubvogel, Kira Newman, Olivia Dumas, Sarah Preston, Chloe Stearns, Stefan Sujansky, Kiki Koeppen, and Stella Haussler

November 16, 2016


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A thorough look into the events of the previous week, including the election of Donald Trump, the fight between Jade and Maliyah, and the peaceful protest afterwards.

Satire: Which Presidential Candidate Are You?

Aaron Raubvogel, Yalda Saii, and Olivia Dumas

November 7, 2016


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Are you conflicted over which candidate best represents your views in this election? Well, now you can take this fun quiz and see once and for all which candidate you most align with!

Black Lives Matter: The Movement Sweeping America

Christian Touhey, Video Editor

November 2, 2016


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In the Bay Area, the Black Lives Matter organization aims to raise awareness about anti-Black racism affecting communities nationwide. Originally founded in 2012, this national activist movement began as response to allegations of police brutality in Ferguson, Missouri. Trayvon Martin, a 17 year old ...

“Locker Room Talk” at Woodside High School

“Locker Room Talk” at Woodside High School

Daniela Thorne, Staff Writer

November 2, 2016


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A video of Trump spewing  vulgar verbiage was released last week, which Trump is defending simply as “locker room talk.” This video was unacceptable for even a few of his supporters, and for others as well. Boastful language with regards to sexually assaulting women is causing people concern  ...

Edward Snowden Deserves A Pardon

Edward Snowden Deserves A Pardon

Kenna Beban, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016


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Edward Snowden has sacrificed his livelihood for the good of the citizens of the United States. Does that not grant him the right to live in this country freely? The extent that the NSA was spying on it’s citizens is shocking.  Security is one thing, but there is a fine line between protecting t...

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