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Katinka Lennemann introducing the presentation to the SUHSD Board of Trustees for their Climate Change Declaration and Resolution.

Students Take Action Against Climate Change

Claire Manuel, Arts and Entertainment Editor April 22, 2021
A group of Student Stability Leaders from across the Sequoia Union High School District presented to the Sequoia Union High School District Board of Trustees in January. They introduced their Climate Emergency Declaration and Resolution and are still fighting hard to see it implemented.
Rule 600, a bylaw by the California Interscholastic Federation, no longer requires all high school student-athletes to choose between their school and club teams.

How Rule 600 Impacts Woodside Athletics

Cebelli Pfeifer, Staff Writer April 19, 2021

Rule 600, the California Interscholastic Federation's bylaw regarding student-athletes' ability to participate in multiple sports in one season, now permits students to participate in both high school...

CNN Picture of Meyers Warming up before Game.

Meyers Leonard Says Anti-Semitic Slur Live

Anthony Rastellini, Staff Writer April 19, 2021

Miami Heat player Meyers Leonard has been caught saying an anti-Semitic slur while playing the video game "Call of Duty: Warzone" live on Twitch. Meyers was live streaming "Warzone" when he said, “Don't...

Hands reach out to touch a volleyball first over a net.

Freshman Sues the State on the Account of Indoor Sports

Arielle Bruk, Staff Writer April 19, 2021

Stella Buch, a freshman volleyball player at Menlo School, sued San Mateo County and the state of California for not allowing high schools to play indoor sports. After filing the lawsuit on February 26,...

Chloe Zhao won the 78th Golden Globe for Best Director.

Chloé Zhao Makes Golden Globes History Along With Her Category

Claire Manuel, Arts and Entertainment Editor April 12, 2021
Chloé Zhao is the first woman of color director to win a Golden Globe for the director’s category.
Woodside news for April 2021, including groups schedules for returning to campus.

April 2021 Newsletter

Claire Manuel, Arts and Entertainment editor April 9, 2021
The events in April and more information on coming back to school in person.
Garlic, chocolate, and all kinds of meat are absolutely unbearable to me while I suffer from Parosmia.

Unfortunate Lasting Impacts of COVID-19

Emma Montalbano, Online Editor April 9, 2021

On November 6, 2020, I received a call informing me that I had tested positive for COVID-19. I had mild symptoms that included nasal congestion, a dry cough, fatigue, and headaches. Only a few days after...

School resumed on-campus instruction on April 5, with abundant safety protocols and precautions.

Students’ Thoughts on Returning to Campus

Keira Lee, Copy Editor April 9, 2021

With the beginning of this year’s on-campus instruction starting April 5, Woodside students have conflicting opinions on whether those who opted in should have chosen to return. Woodside’s return...

Woodside Logo, the Woodside Wild Cat.

BOSA Election Results

Xamara Carrillo, Staff Writer April 8, 2021

Despite being held amid a pandemic and a continued distance learning teaching model, Woodside’s students voted for the new Board of Student Affairs in an online election on March 17. While some students...

On March 22, Jack Dorsey sold his first ever tweet for almost three million dollars.

What’s an NFT?

Alexander Balfanz, Co-Editor in Chief April 5, 2021

What makes art valuable? Ask an artist, and they’ll probably talk about brushwork, perspective, color, or a myriad of other topics. Ask an economist, and they’ll give you a much simpler answer: quantity....

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