The Music within Wilson

Roxy Kuper-Wilson and Hailey Marroquin October 14, 2021

Long Beach, CA- Over the course of the COVID-19 quarantine, many people found new interests in new musicians. During this time, countless musicians released their art online, making it more accessible...

Coach Medina

Coach’s Corner – Mr. Medina

Isabel Juarez, Staff Writer June 10, 2021

Wilson’s boys and girls tennis is working through their season with new coach, Mr. Medina. Coach Medina is entering his first year as girls tennis coach and second year for the boys. Raised in Long Beach...

The Return of the Tradition

Miguel Gonzalez, Staff Writer June 8, 2021

After a difficult year of virtual learning and not being actively in contact with other classmates, the fantasy of having the traditional in-person freshmen orientation became reality when the news broke...

Walk-up vaccine distribution at the Long Beach Convention Center.

Student’s Dose to Safety

With the roll out of the Covid-19 vaccine, the accessibility is becoming more open and students are taking advantage to receive their dose and start working their way closer to safety from this pandemic. Now...

Theatre Arts Take the Stage to the Small Screen

Roxy Kuper-Wilson, Staff Writer March 15, 2021

On February 5, 2021, after a semester of studying songs, dances, and scripts, Wilson Theatre Arts overcame the challenges presented by producing a play virtually and debuted their show, “Somewhere: A...

Wilsons varsity girls softball team 2020.

Coach’s Corner – George Molina

Isabel Juarez, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

Girls Varsity Softball oozes enthusiasm and it all originates from their dedicated leader, Coach George Molina. Raised in Lakewood California, Coach Molina has dedicated over 20 years to guiding youth...

Woody and Wilma at 2020s drive-through graduation.

Senior Year Is Expensive

Matthew McKenna, Photo Editor March 5, 2021

Graduation is something that every senior looks forward to, whether they are proud of their achievements or ready to be done. We all know the past year has been hard with families across the district being...

Teachers and Students Need Therapy and Glasses

Jayden Phan, Staff Writer March 3, 2021

Teachers and students are spending more time in front of a screen than ever before and the consequences are far reaching. Currently, screen time is something that cannot be avoided due to distance learning....

Students with Disabilities During Online Learning

Monzerrath Miramontes Castellanos, Staff Writer March 3, 2021

As the coronavirus pandemic grinds the nation’s education system to a halt, teachers are struggling with the new normal. Special education teachers in particular are facing unparalleled challenges with...

Natalee Russell in her bedroom

Natalee Russel in the Spotlight

Matthew McKenna, Photo Editor February 17, 2021

Wilson High School has a star. Junior Natalee Russel is a semi-finalist in the August Wilson Monologue Competition, through the Center Theatre Group in LA.  Russel is an eleventh grader in the School...

A lone dancer stares to the ground at CSULBs Annual Powwow

The Land Before Our Time

Matthew McKenna, Photo Editor February 17, 2021

Many years before Long Beach was named, California was drawn on the map, and the United States had a constitution, the land under CSULB and Long Beach Veteran’s Hospital went by another name. Puvunga,...

More For The Students!

Monzerrath Miramontes Castellanos, Staff Writer February 5, 2021

More for Students is an essential program that aims to help students that are often forgotten but who need the most help. The program provides financial aid and resources for Wilson High School students,...

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