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Wilson’s New Pathway Administrators

Wilson’s New Pathway Administrators

Karla Manzanares, Editor

March 5, 2020

Wilson has been faced with many changes  throughout this past year. It all started after Dr. Blazer announced her retirement as Wilson’s principal. This left an empty spot in administration-- but soon enough it was announced Mrs. Holland would be the new principal for the upcoming school year. Thoug...

Winter Concert Brings Holiday Cheer

Windsor McInerny, Editor

March 5, 2020

The Winter Concert took place on December 18th, Wednesday night at 6:30 in the Wilson auditorium. For this festival of music, orchestra, band, and choir students assembled in an annual collaboration to play and sing holiday-themed songs. Students played for family, peers, and Wilson staff who came to vi...

Once a Bruin, Always a Bruin

Once a Bruin, Always a Bruin

Adai Vidal, Editor

March 5, 2020

It’s 2012, senior year, and Scott Chan has no idea what his future looks like. There’s only one clear thing on his mind, the love for coaching. Little did he know that a turn of events would help him discover a new passion. A passion that would result in Chan’s purpose on this very earth.   ...

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...

Bruins Attend a Winter Wonderland Formal

Bruins Attend a Winter Wonderland Formal

Aaliyah Trejo, Editor

March 5, 2020

For the new year, Winter Formal is the second most anticipated dance till the Prom. It’s where most students get to dress up and have fun. On January 25, 2020, the Old Ranch Country Club hosted the Wilson High School Winter Formal as they do every year. Whether it was your first time or your possibl...

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...

Poets Visit the Media Center at Wilson

Poets Visit the Media Center at Wilson

Adai Vidal, Editor

March 5, 2020

More than 600 Arts Pathway students analyzed, wrote, and performed poetry during a two day spoken word workshop during the first week of the new semester. Long Beach poets Micah Bournes and Aman K. Batra, lead the students in analysis of Hip Hop as a culture and the dissection selected rap songs, catching st...

Girls Soccer Says Farewell to the Class of 2020

Girls Soccer Says Farewell to the Class of 2020

Samantha Brandts, Editor

February 18, 2020

The Wilson Girls Soccer team completes their hard battles on January 30 to secure second place in Moore League for the 2019-20 winter season. With a season record of 10-2-0, the Lady Bruins fell just short behind the league record of Millikan (10-1-1), which cost the footballers what could have been their 23 M...

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 ...

Beyond the Football Field: Peter Sio

Beyond the Football Field: Peter Sio

Adai Vidal, Editor-in-Chief

December 13, 2019

Student-athletes are of the essence at Wilson, they perform for countless of hours on a field or apparatus. They also highlight the importance of performance in the classroom. The well commemorated football team is recognized for their accomplishments on the field but it's time to dig a bit deeper i...

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...

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