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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...

Does Wilson Have a Proper Sexual Harassment Policy?

Does Wilson Have a Proper Sexual Harassment Policy?

Windsor McInerny, Editor

March 5, 2020

Bruins of all grades were made aware of a new dress code standard at various beginning-of-the-year, new-principle assemblies: Business Casual. Business casual translates into toned-down professionalism; it translates into khaki pants and sports tees but no midriffs or rips at the knees or short shor...

A Christmas Catastrophe

A Christmas Catastrophe

Samantha Brandts, Editor

December 19, 2019

This time of year brings around many fun activities, such as going ice skating, Christmas tree shopping, making gingerbread houses, and of course, our city’s seasonal treasure: the Annual Belmont Shore Christmas Parade.    On Saturday, December 7, Long Beach residents and visitors from ...

November is More Than Thanksgiving, It’s Native American History Month

Kindergarten students at John Glenn Elementary School preform during a Thanksgiving play in Oklahoma City, Friday November, 20 2015. Photo By Steve Gooch, The Oklahoman

Windsor McInerny, Editor in Chief

November 22, 2019

News article reads: Trump rejects Native American Heritage Month, proclaims November “National American History and Founders Month.” Make no mistake, it is indeed Native American History Month.  When told that it is Native American History month, many question the authenticity of the event-- viewing it a fake holiday that parallels “Nat...

Spirit Week Exhibits Californian Fashion Sensibilities

Delainey Whelan (12) dressed as though she just walked out of Stage Coach.

Windsor McInerny, Editor in Chief

November 5, 2019

     The week of Homecoming lasted from the 14th to 18th of October-- launched by decorated halls and concluding in the Homecoming football game and dance. Although, Homecoming was most visibly celebrated through the “spirit days”-- where students were allowed to dress up in different non-unifo...

Wilson Administrators Lack Comprehension of Mental Health

Wilson Administrators Lack Comprehension of Mental Health

Karla Manzanares, Editor

October 30, 2019

In a school with 3,700 students it’s not surprising that some students feel stressed, but why is most of the stress coming from one pathway? WAVE stands for Wilson Academic Vision of Excellence, and essentially it’s supposed to be a pathway that focuses on getting the brightest students prepared...

Preparing for the Worst

Fire Drill on 9/20

Samantha Brandts, Editor & Writer

October 30, 2019

During an intensely humid morning on September 5, at the time of block 3, the staff members of Wilson High School conducted a lockdown drill.    Similarly, on September 20, during block 4, the students and staff members of Wilson flooded the football field to complete the procedures for a ...

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