• Barcelona vs. the World

    Barcelona vs. the World

    Aaron Raubvogel, Co-Editor-in-Chief

    BARCELONA, Spain -- After Catalan officials declared independence on October 26th, the Spanish Government moved to execute unprecedented, direct power over Catalonia in an effort to quiet the secessionist sentiment of the region. The Spanish Senate then granted Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy compl...

    Credit: Ivan McClellan through Wikimedia Creative Commons License

  • The Growth of CryptoCurrency in America

    The Growth of CryptoCurrency in America

    Christian Touhey, Politics Editor

    The swift rise of a digital currency known as Bitcoin and its 1000% price increase in the last year is grabbing the attention of Bay Area students and entrepreneurs alike. Bitcoin is a form of cryptocurrency, the only decentralized currency in America.  This type of money is entirely virtual and crea...

  • German Right-Wing Party Third-Largest in Bundestag

    German Right-Wing Party Third-Largest in Bundestag

    Sean Moriarty, Staff Writer

    GERMANY- Since the end of the Second World War, Germany has never had a nationalist, far-right, militaristic party in it’s Bundestag, or parliament. The Alternative For Germany (AfD) party abruptly shattered this pattern on the 24th of September. The AfD, which won roughly 13% of the electoral vote during the ...

  • Loans on the loose

    Loans on the loose

    Stefan Sujansky, Co-Editor-in-Chief

    WASHINGTON D.C.- Student loans could soon become a lot riskier, following Education Secretary Betsy Devos’ decision to terminate the Education Department’s cooperation with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. According to the Pew Research Center, Americans owe over $1.3 trillion in studen...

    Courtesy of Indiana Public Media

  • Saudi Arabian women are welcomed to the driver’s seat

    Saudi Arabian women are welcomed to the driver’s seat

    Kenna Beban, Opinion Editor

    Saudi women will finally be able to enjoy a right Woodside students have had for their entire lives: the ability to get a license and drive a car. Saudi Arabia announced on September 26th that women in the country would be allowed to apply for driver’s licenses and drive starting June of 2018. The ...

Students Suffer School Stigma

Students Suffer School Stigma

Chloe Postlewaite, Local News

November 2, 2017

Following a recent teen suicide, a new Woodside club, Bring Change 2 Mind, aims to promote awareness of mental health issues in an effort to proactively prevent deaths with...

Poor Air Quality and it’s Effect on Our Health

November 2, 2017

A Postponed Game: Air Quality to Blame

A Postponed Game: Air Quality to Blame

November 2, 2017

Community Mourns the Loss of Sequoia Freshman to Suicide

October 17, 2017

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The 49ers/WHS Varsity Record Comparison

The 49ers/WHS Varsity Record Comparison

Travis Moss, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017

Some have dreamed of having a similar score to an actual NFL team, however this may not be the year to emulate the 49ers. Recently, the San Francisco 49ers and the Woodside Varsity Foot...

Practices and Games Cancelled Due to Weather

November 2, 2017

Taking a Kneel: When Expression Leads To Controversy

October 17, 2017

Sprinting to the Finish Line

Sprinting to the Finish Line

October 11, 2017

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Is Facebook becoming the new Netflix?

Mykah Latimer, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017

Facebook has thrown their hat in the ring for producing and streaming movies. With the decline in popularity for this social networking site, Facebook now plans on funding a...

Small Steps to a Larger Acceptance

Small Steps to a Larger Acceptance

November 2, 2017

Cardi B, Bodak Yellow, and the Rise of Hardcore Hip-Hop in 2017

October 11, 2017

Beyond the Chignon: The Ethics and Expression of Fashion

Beyond the Chignon: The Ethics and Expression of Fashion

October 3, 2017

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Mainstream News Needs to Branch Out

Kenna Beban, Opinion Editor

November 2, 2017

Deadly bombings in Somalia caused over 600 casualties less than two weeks ago, but, chances are, you didn’t hear much about it. In the era of the 24-hour news cycle and vic...

#MeToo Campaign Shows Just How Common Sexual Assault Is

#MeToo Campaign Shows Just How Common Sexual Assault Is

November 2, 2017

Satire: Real Reason Behind recent Natural Disasters Revealed

Satire: Real Reason Behind recent Natural Disasters Revealed

September 26, 2017

Political Cartoon by Sean Jau

Political Cartoon by Sean Jau

March 1, 2017

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Ask Wilbur: Is it normal to lose your middle school friends when you come to high school?

Ask Wilbur: Is it normal to lose your middle school friends when you come to high school?

Wilbur the Wildcat

October 12, 2017

Dear Wilbur, Is it normal to lose your middle school friends when you come to high school? Dear Fear of Losing Friends, Becoming more distant from your past friends is definitely...

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