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 Dr. Darnise Williams, the new superintendent of SUHSD, poses for a photo.

SUHSD’s new superintendent looks towards the future

Mary Keile, Staff Writer May 3, 2022

Dr. Darnise Williams is the new Sequoia Union High School District (SUHSD) superintendent as of July of 2021.      Before working as the superintendent at SUHSD, Dr. Williams worked in Los Angeles....

California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, like most other universities, has an Instagram page for students admitted to the class of 2026.

College roommate selection processes vary at different schools

Emma Montalbano, Co-Editor in Chief May 3, 2022

After accepting admission from a college, many seniors face the difficult task of finding a roommate.  The process of roommate selection varies from college to college. At some colleges, students are...

“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,...

The senior thesis packet was given to students at the beginning of the writing process and laid out all the requirements, expectations, and deadlines for every assignment that was to be completed over the year.

Students and teachers raise concerns about the senior thesis

Claire Manuel, Online Editor April 29, 2022

An issue concern form questioning the validity of the senior thesis has brought an often silent, yet longstanding conflict into the spotlight at Woodside. The senior thesis is an extended research paper...

Jessica Lin has struggled with depression and she wants other young people to know they don’t have to be alone.

KQED Perspective: Jessica Lin, I think I have depression

Jessica Lin, Local Editor April 28, 2022

It took me four years to tell my parents ... It’s dinner, my parents are talking but it's just noise in the background. I’m staring. I don't know where. What if, what if they dismiss me? What...

A collection of pictures from Akeys time abroad sits in her classroom. Akey, who has been teaching at Woodside now for over two decades, previously taught in places like Zambia, Benin, Iowa, and inner-city Sacramento

Around the world and back again: Ann Akey’s multi-continent teaching journey

Cedrik von Briel, Managing Editor April 28, 2022

Teaching AP Environmental Science, chemistry, and leading the Green Academy is no small task, but it helps if you have some experience. Luckily for Ann Akey, that’s exactly what she has.  Ever...

The 1996-97 yearbook is filled with photos and descriptions depicting the time when students had district permission to leave and re-enter campus during lunch.

Closed campus raises controversy

Cebelli Pfeifer, World News Editor April 28, 2022

Since 1996, Woodside High school has been what is called a “closed campus,” meaning that students are not permitted to leave campus or sit in their vehicles during lunch break. With the banning...

As Youth Takeover week continues, Kailyn Holty discovers a world of possibility when the pressure to be perfect is abandoned.

KQED Perspective: Kailyn Holty, Perfect imperfection

Kailyn Holty, Staff Writer April 27, 2022

“There’s no such thing as perfect.” My first grade art teacher would constantly berate us with this statement, hoping to instill the idea that art is about embracing the imperfections. In...

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