Vintage Shopping In Long Beach

Vintage Shopping In Long Beach

Zoe Edeskuty and Ashley Abbott February 27, 2023

Long Beach, CA- Throughout the years, thrifting has grown more and more popular. To this generation, thrifting is still a popular hobby for many people. In Long Beach there are multiple cool thrifting...

Encanto Review

Irene Majano and March 14, 2022

  SHHHH! “We don’t talk about Bruno”, but the Walt Disney Animation “Encanto” tells the tale of an extraordinary family, the Madrigals. They live hidden in the mountains of Colombia,...

Lack of Accommodations for Wilson’s Non – English Speakers

Erika Medina March 8, 2022

Long Beach, CA- Here at Woodrow Wilson High School it is undeniable that diversity is one of the schools’ strong points. According to USNews.com, More than 80% of the students currently enrolled in Woodrow...

Long Beach Bike Community

Andrew Favela and Zak Lopez February 28, 2022

 The city of Long Beach is continuing to improve livability and has been named the 10th most bike-friendly city in America. “Making Long Beach a great place to live for all of our residents is a top...


Give Yourselves a Break

Valorie Shaibi November 9, 2021

When we give ourselves compassion, we are opening our hearts in a way that can transform our lives.  Sometimes we may fall into positions in our life when we are just living in our heads and not living...

Miguel Gonzalez, 12.

Miguel Gonzalez Senior Reflection

Miguel Gonzalez, Staff Writer June 8, 2021

It’s time to take a short look back to possibly one of the strangest school years that I've ever experienced. It began before the school year even started with summer Cross Country (XC) practice and...

Jayden Phan, 12.

Jayden Phan Senior Reflection

Jayden Phan, Staff Writer June 8, 2021

Being a senior during this time period has been a crazy experience. I would not say it has been the worst experience but there have definitely been more downs than ups. One thing that really affected me...

A Farewell from the Editor

Samantha Brandts, Editor-in-Chief June 8, 2021

For three years, journalism class was an escape. When I didn’t want to do my World History homework, I wrote a news article about a politically aggravated annoyance. When my (single) friend was busy...

Marian Bantjes (The New York Times)

Loudspeakers Staff’s Treasured Poems

Loudspeaker Staff April 30, 2021

Wilson’s Loudspeaker team has worked diligently throughout the school year in order to produce quality content for the Wilson community. During the month of April in order to celebrate National Poetry...

Working teens during COVID-19

Erika Gardner, Staff Writer March 15, 2021

Since COVID Started in mid-March of 2020, many teens have been struggling to find stable and safe jobs.  I was working at a little pizza place here in Long Beach in March, at the start of COVID. When...

Joelle Brandts, 9, holding a heart for February 14.

The Ultimate Lovey-Dovey Experience

Samantha Brandts, Editor-in-Chief February 12, 2021

In a year of utter mayhem, disappointments, and dare I say, unprecedented times, February 14 may be the only chance we get to celebrate what all humans strive to achieve: the ultimate lovey-dovey experience.  With...

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...

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