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Wilson Introduces “Tik Tok 101”

Wilson Introduces

Arit Etuk-Navajo, Guest Writer

April 1, 2020

Starting off the new semester with exclusive “for you page” vibes, Wilson offers its students their first-ever TikTok class.    TikTok 101-- the newest elective on the Wilson campus, is available to all grade levels for Bruins to get the “hype” on. The class guides Bruins through t...

Raising Cane’s no Longer Opens its Doors to Wilson

Photo by Brittany Murray, Press Telegram/SCNG, edited by Adai Vidal

Adai Vidal, Editor in Chief

April 1, 2020

On November 5, the Long Beach traffic circle added a new restaurant that many Wilson students anticipated, the Louisiana native, Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers. Unfortunately, as of this week, Wilson students will no longer be able to enjoy meals from this iconic, fried chicken-supplying restaurant. D...

Wilson Establishes New Dress Code

Wilson Establishes New Dress Code

Samantha Brandts, Editor

April 1, 2020

The Wilson dress code has been a debated topic among school staff and students, given the apparent inequality among sexes and their requirements for “appropriate” school attire.    Given this conflict, the Wilson administration has made the executive decision to alter the school uniform to be unan...

“Where’s Waldo?” More Like “Where’s Woody?”

“Where’s Waldo?” More Like

April 1, 2020

We all know the game “Where’s Waldo?”, the exciting picture book where you search for “Waldo” in a sea of random colors and faces, continually getting harder until you eventually give up. Well, in an exciting twist of fate, Woody has gone missing and students are scrambling and invoking the...

Wilson Croquet Team Holds Alice in Wonderland Themed Match in Quad

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Windsor McInerny, Editor in Chief

April 1, 2020

The Wilson Croquet team had an amazing season of wins and minimal losses. Such a spirit allowed the squad to win the Croquet Semi-Finals against all teams in the Greater Los Angeles Croquet League. Gearing up for the championship game, Wilson’s own team decided to throw an Alice in Wonderland theme sc...

Raising Canes no Longer Open’s it’s Doors to Wilson

Raising Canes no Longer Open's it's Doors to Wilson

Adai Vidal, Editor-in-Chief

April 1, 2020

On November 5, the Long Beach traffic circle added a new restaurant that many Wilson students anticipated, the Louisiana native, Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers. Unfortunately, as of this week, Wilson students will no longer be able to enjoy meals from this iconic, fried chicken-supplying restaurant. D...

Women’s History Month Book List

Women's History Month Book List

Aaliyah Trejo, Editor

March 9, 2020

    March is here! This month is Women’s History Month, and we have decided to present you ten great works of literature from classic literature to modern works, with female authors of different cultural backgrounds, viewpoints, and beautifully crafted stories. Enjoy! *Featuring s...

Wilson’s New Pathway Administrators

Wilson's New Pathway Administrators

Karla Manzanares, Editor

March 5, 2020

Wilson has been faced with many changes  throughout this past year. It all started after Dr. Blazer announced her retirement as Wilson’s principal. This left an empty spot in administration-- but soon enough it was announced Mrs. Holland would be the new principal for the upcoming school year. Thoug...

Winter Concert Brings Holiday Cheer

Windsor McInerny, Editor

March 5, 2020

The Winter Concert took place on December 18th, Wednesday night at 6:30 in the Wilson auditorium. For this festival of music, orchestra, band, and choir students assembled in an annual collaboration to play and sing holiday-themed songs. Students played for family, peers, and Wilson staff who came to vi...

Once a Bruin, Always a Bruin

Once a Bruin, Always a Bruin

Adai Vidal, Editor

March 5, 2020

It’s 2012, senior year, and Scott Chan has no idea what his future looks like. There’s only one clear thing on his mind, the love for coaching. Little did he know that a turn of events would help him discover a new passion. A passion that would result in Chan’s purpose on this very earth.   ...

Are School Dances Worth it?

Are School Dances Worth it?

Aaliyah Trejo, Editor

March 5, 2020

Here at Wilson, we host four school dances every school year. The Freshmen Dance, Homecoming, Winter Formal, and Prom are anticipated by many. Amongst many students, there are a few who ask, are school dances worth going? Some even ask, why pay money to spend time with friends when you could do it for free? Sc...

Bruins Attend a Winter Wonderland Formal

Bruins Attend a Winter Wonderland Formal

Aaliyah Trejo, Editor

March 5, 2020

For the new year, Winter Formal is the second most anticipated dance till the Prom. It’s where most students get to dress up and have fun. On January 25, 2020, the Old Ranch Country Club hosted the Wilson High School Winter Formal as they do every year. Whether it was your first time or your possibl...

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