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

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

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...

Touchdown for Dowgiewicz

Touchdown for Dowgiewicz

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...

Spirit Week Exhibits Californian Fashion Sensibilities

Spirit Week Exhibits Californian Fashion Sensibilities

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...

The Loudspeaker Lives On

The Loudspeaker Lives On

Adai Vidal, Editor in Chief

November 5, 2019

Many traditions at Wilson are cherished and celebrated by the staff and student body. Many of these traditions are brand new to the 2019-2020 class, like clout glasses at football games and crocs on Wednesdays. Something not so prevalent in Wilson tradition is the school newspaper, the Loudspeaker. Whe...

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

New Principal, New Policies: Holland Comes to Wilson

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 ...

Preparing for the Worst

Preparing for the Worst

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 ...

New Policies: Why are Certain Bathrooms Closed At Lunch?

New Policies: Why are Certain Bathrooms Closed At Lunch?

Windsor McInerny, Editor in Chief

October 24, 2019

     At various assemblies over the course of August 29th to September 3rd, students learned that the restrooms in the 300, 400, & upstairs 100 buildings will be locked during lunch. However the 100, 200, Media Center,  Park Avenue and C-side restrooms are to remain open during lunch. The assembly...

Advice to the Class of 2023

Advice to the Class of 2023

Loudspeaker Editors

September 25, 2019

Freshman year can be scary. Actually, any year can be scary. Scratch that- any month, week, or day can be scary. It’s all about asking for help, experimenting, and finding out what works for you to properly adapt to the hectic Wilson environment. Through our years at Wilson, we have found the ins a...

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