The Voice of the Wildcats

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The Voice of the Wildcats

The Paw Print

The Voice of the Wildcats

The Paw Print

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Beauty standards can have detrimental effects on the physical and mental well-being of women.
Opinion: The price of beauty, the toll of standards
Jaiedenn Dolan, Beat Editor • February 6, 2024
Ryan Binkley is the CEO and President of generational equity a mergers and acquisitions firm.
Opinion: Best of bad options
Ollie O'Toole, Staff Writer • September 8, 2023
Typically, men are portrayed as heroic and powerful in sports campaigns and brand deals whereas women tend to be portrayed as overly feminine.
Opinion: The 'sex sells’ dilemma in the marketing of female athletes
Cebelli Pfeifer, Co-Editor in Chief • September 6, 2023
These emergency guidelines should be posted in every Woodside classroom.
Opinion: My Life Matters More Than Your Gun
Jaiedenn Dolan, Beat Editor • August 30, 2023
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AS English 1 and English 1 share some coursework, such as reading and analyzing Trevor Noah’s Born a Crime, but English 1 has less coursework overall than AS English 1 and is at a slower pace
Opinion: Cutting AS English 1 is doing Woodside a serious disservice
Conrad Berke, Beat Editor • November 15, 2023
The heterogenous English I class that all 9th graders at Woodside currently take provides a diverse and comprehensive curriculum.
Opinion: Detracked classes benefit all students
Kailyn Holty, Co-Editor in Chief • November 15, 2023
The mosh pit was where the negatives of homecoming, the shoving and the sub-par music delivery, were most clearly seen
Opinion: Last night's Homecoming was disappointing
Conrad Berke, Beat Editor • October 22, 2023
Sequoia Heathcare District is a public entity that provides community-based health care services (https://www.seqhd.org/faqs), which recieves 1.4% of San Mateo County residents property taxes
Opinion: Sequoia District Healthcare should stay in its own lane
Conrad Berke, Beat Editor • September 27, 2023
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Terrorist fighters from the Palestinian militant group Hamas waged a vicious attack against neighboring Israel.
Editorial: Hamas must be condemned
Patrick Van Hoven, Managing Editor • October 11, 2023
Extremely hot temperatures sometimes hit Woodside affecting students learning environment.
Editorial: Measure W is essential for students
Kailyn Holty and Xamara Carrillo November 7, 2022
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Review: Summer Staycation Guidebook
Review: Summer Staycation Guidebook
Maggie Mein, Staff Writer • June 6, 2023

Once the last day of school has finally come and gone, students are often at a loss for what to spend...

At the University of Alabama, fraternities have been prevalent since the year 1847 whereas sororities did not appear at the University until 1904.
Review: Controversial documentary ‘Bama Rush’ fails to capture the essence of Alabama greek life
Cebelli Pfeifer, Co-Editor in Chief • May 31, 2023

After much anticipation and excitement prior to the release of Director Rachel Fleit’s documentary...

Santa Cruz offers the beach, shopping, delicious food and much more!
Review: Fun places to visit in Santa Cruz
Logan Marrow, Staff Writer • May 24, 2023

  Breakfast   The morning is the perfect time to leave when going to Santa Cruz to get there...

The big band performs upbeat jazz pieces with excellent solos sprinkled throughout.
Review: Music department delivers yet again in fantastic spring concert
Kailyn Holty, Co-Editor in Chief • May 24, 2023

Under the tutelage of new music teacher Nick Gaydos, the harmonious mixture of brass, wind, and string...

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