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Matthew McKenna, Photographic Editor April 30, 2021

Senior Activities are back, but are they better than ever? Yesterday we had our first true Senior event of the year. The Senior Sunset Picnic on the quad was an absolute hit with 350 people coming to ring...

Wilson High School French Teacher Ms. Debra Boyle died unexpectedly on April 16.

Aimer, ce n’est pas se regarder l’un l’autre, c’est regarder ensemble dans la même direction. -Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Roxy Kuper-Wilson, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Woodrow Wilson High School lost a beloved French teacher, Ms. Debra Boyle, who passed away unexpectedly April 16.   Ms. Boyle was originally from Kenosha, Wisconsin. She studied French at the...

A Refreshing Return to In-Person Learning

Samantha Brandts, Editor-in-Chief March 3, 2021

Wilson High School is preparing to welcome students back to campus on March 19. Seniors will start first, followed by 9th through 11th graders joining them on March 26.  On February 18, the Long Beach...

The Vaccine of Victory

Roxy Kuper-Wilson and Miguel Gonzalez February 25, 2021

As COVID-19 cases continue to surge, teachers are scrambling to get an appointment for a vaccine. With the limited supply, many Wilson High School teachers are struggling to get an appointment to get the...

Pandemic Snowballs as Winter Arrives

Maxwell de Voogdt February 19, 2021

Due to a surge in COVID-19 cases the state of California has been put into lockdown once again. As of December we’ve seen a dramatic uptick in hospitalizations, a sharp drop in ICU availability, and...

A closer look at the community of Jason Sanchez

Remembering Jason Sanchez

Jayden Phan, Staff Writer February 17, 2021

On Jan. 21, 2021 Wilson High School senior Jason Sanchez passed away due to complications with Leukemia. Sanchez was a hilarious, loving, caring, and great person to his friends, family, and his community....

The Molina Book Foundation at WHS

Karla Manzanares, Staff Writer February 17, 2021

As winter approached nothing sounded better than curling up near a fireplace with a book. Unfortunately, many children depended on the public library to quench their thirst of knowledge but since COVID...

The Strain on Students

Alan Ruvalcaba-Lopez and Sophia Guillen February 5, 2021

Students are learning in very different ways this year. Are they even able to learn? Some students enjoy the online school change but are they passing? The loudspeaker conducted an online survey and with...

Zoom meeting for the 2020-2021 Democratic Club.

Defending Democracy with the Democratic Club

Roxy Kuper-Wilson, Staff Writer January 26, 2021

In a year of Zoom meetings and political uproar, some Wilson students decided the time was now to charter Wilson's Democratic Club. Inspiration for the club was drawn from the current state of politics...

Superintendent Student Advisory Committee Bridges Student Concerns to Adults

Superintendent Student Advisory Committee Bridges Student Concerns to Adults

Roxy Kuper-Wilson, Staff Writer December 18, 2020

Long Beach Unified School District students can now bring their concerns and issues directly to the attention of the Superintendent. Wilson High School Senior Maya Bryson made her idea a reality when she...

Handbook for Reopening Schools

Maxwell de Voogdt, Staff Writer November 20, 2020

As the COVID-19 Pandemic lurches on the question still remains, when will school begin reopening? The first date that Long Beach Unified could reopen is January 28, but it seems that reopening is leagues...

Zoey Lambe-Hommel 10 jumping for joy about student voting.

Student Voting During a Crisis

Roxy Kuper-Wilson, Staff Writer November 20, 2020

Long Beach, CA-The majority of Wilson High School students eligible to vote that replied to a Loudspeaker survey indicate that getting information on the issues and candidates has been easy to obtain,...

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