Written by Kailin Gilzow A middle-aged man walks by a Wilson girl in the Safeway parking garage. As he walks by her, he looks her up and down a few times. His eyes are feasting on her. She notices, but keeps walking straight, never looking back even when he does a double take and starts … Continue reading Creepy or Sexual Harassment?
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 Food and Drug Administrations recently released a significant series of new measures aimed at cracking down on the use of Juul and other e-cigs by minors, newly described as an “epidemic”. Here’s what you need to know about the recent movement following high schools across the country. Acting principal Maude Lamont, Health Teacher Josh … Continue reading UPDATE: Juul in the Skuul
The current parking situation at Wilson has recently sparked outrage among upperclassmen. With 180 passes sold and only 140 spots available, owners of passes find themselves scrambling to find a place to park in the morning despite having purchased a pass that they thought would ensure them a spot in either the Wilson or Reike … Continue reading Problems Parking? Pass!