A transgender female student has her pronoun assumed in class after coming out. A trans male student is refused access to the male restrooms. A non-binary identifying student is bullied online after changing their preferred name on their social media profile. These are real scenarios that many students in the transgender and gender non-conforming community … Continue reading GSA Pronouns and Name Changes
On a chilly Saturday night, Wilson’s women’s varsity soccer team played against their opponents from Beaverton. It was Wilson’s first playoff match since becoming PIL champs in October after a 5-0 win against Madison. “I’ve been waiting for this since my freshman year of high school soccer,” said senior Sofia Neves, “we’ve really put our … Continue reading Varsity Women’s Soccer Playoffs
In America we have devised a perfect recipe for a stagnant polarization that may just be one of the biggest hot topics of the century. We see a society where we have identified so heavily with our social divisions, that it becomes our instinct to immediately reject anything opposing our group ideology. This rejection is … Continue reading How Does Polarization and Bias Manifest in Wilson?
In a town as green as Portland, you don’t need to leave city limits to enjoy the great outdoors. Home to many gems of the Pacific Northwest, our assortment of flower-filled parks and sprawls of urban wilderness are often top attractions that draw visitors from all over the world, offering a sweet breath of fresh … Continue reading Top Gardens To Visit This Spring
Breakups are painful; everybody knows that. In order to move on, there is one important truth you need to recognize: some things can’t and shouldn’t be fixed. It ended for a reason, and although you’re upset right now, deep down you probably know what that reason is. It’s called a breakup because it’s broken. You … Continue reading Getting over your Ex