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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.   ...

Poets Visit the Media Center at Wilson

Poets Visit the Media Center at Wilson

Adai Vidal, Editor

March 5, 2020

More than 600 Arts Pathway students analyzed, wrote, and performed poetry during a two day spoken word workshop during the first week of the new semester. Long Beach poets Micah Bournes and Aman K. Batra, lead the students in analysis of Hip Hop as a culture and the dissection selected rap songs, catching st...

What to Gift a WAVE Student This Holiday Season

What to Gift a WAVE Student This Holiday Season

Loudspeaker Staff

December 19, 2019

*This is a apart of the Pathway Gift Guide series* This cute but inexpensive coffee sampler allows a sleep-deprived student to find there favorite flavor of caffeine goodness. Click here.                                                                      Wave students know that these felt-tip pens are near essential for a variety of coloring tasks. From coloring maps in AP Human Geography to color-coding AP Macro notes, they come in handy. Nobody wants to buy them for themselves though because of the price tag! Click here. Stress relief tea will guide your gift-recipient through finals week and the stressors of the WAVE program. Any stress-reducing tea will do, but here is a particularly delicious and soothing blend: Yogi Honey Lavender Stress Relief tea. Click here.                                          Essential oil diffusers are another great tool for relieving stress. This one is portable, inexpensive, and perfect for the tasking 7 a.m. ride to school. Click her...

What to Gift a Leadership & Public Service Student This Holiday Season

What to Gift a Leadership & Public Service Student This Holiday Season

Adai Vidal, Editor-in-Chief

December 19, 2019

*This is a part of the Pathway Gift Guide series* Book Accessories! Studying law and social justice requires an extensive amount of reading. Help your fellow friends and get them a bookmark or a light for midnight reading. Click here. LPS means mock trials of plenty, so help a friend out and g...

Beyond the Football Field: Peter Sio

Seniors, Peter Sio (31), Jerimiah Artis (23), Jorge Jimenez (56), and Junior Tyrie Robinson (8) enter the field as they sprint down a line of fog, cheerleaders, bruinettes, and band members.

Adai Vidal, Editor-in-Chief

December 13, 2019

Student-athletes are of the essence at Wilson, they perform for countless of hours on a field or apparatus. They also highlight the importance of performance in the classroom. The well commemorated football team is recognized for their accomplishments on the field but it's time to dig a bit deeper i...

Touchdown for Dowgiewicz

Dowgiewicz, number 36, tackles a Cabrillo player at Wilson's away game 09/27/19

Adai Vidal, Editor-in-Chief

November 14, 2019

Wilson football is soaring through a successful 10-1 record, the bruins clinch a season to remember. Many of these bruins like Brett Dowgiewicz have been involved with the sport since childhood, like popcorn football at an early age. For Dowgiewicz, football has been a passion from the get go. He has been playi...

The Tiktok Takeover

The Tiktok Takeover

Samantha Brandts, Editor & Writer

October 30, 2019

Tiktok: the social media app that has turned the world upside-down, reversed its axis, and completely reconfigured the simulation. The application has transformed the world with its power, creating communities of people that can interact by simply making a short, 15 second video. With this entirely new w...

New Principal, New Policies: Holland Comes to Wilson

Principal Holland sits behind new desk.

Windsor McInerny, Editor in Chief

October 30, 2019

     At the end of 2019 spring semester, gloomy news of Dr. Blazer’s retirement came with exciting news of a new principle-- Kimberly Holland. Since the school year started, Holland has been introduced to the school-- new policies, philosophies, staff and all.       The transition from one school ...

How to Stay Awake in Your First Class

How to Stay Awake in Your First Class

Windsor McInerny, Editor in Chief

October 30, 2019

     It’s 8:15 a.m. and you are sitting through your 1st or 2nd period class. You look at the clock, you yawn, begin to rest your eyes. You almost fall asleep but then reenter reality as your teacher gives you a glaring stare. This repeats every five minutes.       The night before you were probably u...

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