Written by Ginger Felberg (President 2040) Art by Briana Auel Why can't we hate men, a question posed by editorialist and professor Suzanna Danuta Walters in an article published in the Washington Post. Frankly, I'm not sure. We're told that "man-hating feminism" is counterproductive and insensitive. But in a world of incels, misogynists, and a … Continue reading I am Woman Hear Me More
Written by Yasmin Rodrigues The year is now 2020 and as we prepare ourselves for a new year it’s time to look back on these last ten years at Wilson and in our world. 2009: Wilson made its mark in sports. We placed 6th in US nationals for cheerleading, speech & debate made state championships, … Continue reading End of the Decade at Wilson
The absence of water dispensers within Wilson has been felt by many. When the dispensers were unexpectedly removed at the beginning of this school year and green "safe to drink” stickers placed on running water fountains, students, faculty, and parents asked the same question: Is the water finally safe to drink? The Earth20 water dispensers … Continue reading Lead: a Longstanding Issue at Wilson, but is the Problem Actually Solved?
Aries: March 21 - April 20 Your creativity is going to wax and wane, which isn’t an ideal way to start off the school year. But this isn’t a time to get down on yourself; instead, it’s a chance to get a perspective on how you use your emotions. Allow your Aries spirit to express … Continue reading HORSE-O-SCOPE
Diversity is sexy. The idea of including historically oppressed groups in everything from clothing ads to classrooms is quickly becoming everyone’s first priority. Currently, it’s become very popular for companies, organizations, and even schools to push this concept of multicultural workplaces in order to establish what would be considered a favorable professional environment. White Americans … Continue reading What it’s Like to Be a Student of Color at Wilson High