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The student news site of Adrian Wilcox High School in Santa Clara, California

The Scribe

The student news site of Adrian Wilcox High School in Santa Clara, California

The Scribe

Spring 2023 CAASPP results for Wilcox High School demonstrate a decrease from last year. 

Courtesy of CAASPP.
District State Scores Diminishing
Michelle Nguyen, News Editor • January 12, 2024

Last year’s California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress, or better known as the CAASPP test scores within our district was especially low, creating concern for teachers and administrators. CAASPP, although...

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Humans of Wilcox: Maggie Wu
Alexis Vaile, Staff Writer • January 12, 2024

“Maggie is…a leader. She strives for excellence and always supports her friends,” says Samara Jackson, one of Maggie’s friends and fellow council members. Maggie Wu, a sophomore at Wilcox High School, embodies the...

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Santa Clara Sister Cities arriving at one of their sister cities, Izumo, Japan, in June 2023.
Club Spotlight: Santa Clara Sister Cities
Kiana Guanga, Sports/Sci-Tech Editor • January 12, 2024

If you are passionate about traveling, stepping outside your comfort zone, and exploring different cultures, look no further! The Wilcox Santa Clara Sister Cities Club (SCSCA) promotes cultural awareness by giving students...

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Fagradalsfjall volcano eruption in Iceland.
Probable Volcanic Activity Puts Iceland At Risk
Alyssa McKercher January 16, 2024

As of November 2023, Iceland has declared a state of emergency due to the high risk of volcanic activity. In the coastal fishing town of Grindavík-- roughly 25 miles south of Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik-- up to 2,000...

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San Francisco Protests World Leaders at APEC 2023
San Francisco Protests World Leaders at APEC 2023
Yusuf Perwez, W&TW Editor • January 16, 2024

Between November 11 and 17, 2023, the annual APEC (Asian-Pacific Economic Cooperation) leaders conference convened in San Francisco, after a decade-long exodus from the city. San Francisco’s streets were temporarily cleared...

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San Francisco officials are in the process of constructing suicide nets to provide those who choose to end their lives on the Golden Gate Bridge with another opportunity to rethink their decisions
The Golden Gate Bridge's New "Suicide Net"
Anagha Dogiparthi, Lifestyles Editor • January 16, 2024

The Golden Gate Bridge is considered one of the most sought-after tourist attractions in the San Francisco Bay Area, with over ten million visitors all over the world arriving to admire the massive towers each year. Its rustic...

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In recent seasons, the San Jose Sharks have failed to relive their past glory.
Where Did The Sharks Go Wrong?
Lina Wordelman, Staff Writer • January 11, 2024
Race car of F1 driver Lewis Hamilton.
Disastrous Las Vegas F1 Grand Prix
Chloe Duroyan, Staff Writer • January 10, 2024
Izzy Tolosa playing soccer for the Silicon Valley Soccer Academy.
Athlete of the Month: Izzy Tolosa
Kara Quon, Staff Writer • January 10, 2024
The Wilcox Varsity Football team poses after a victory.
Chargers Wrap Up 2023-24 Football Season
Kiana Guanga, Sports/Sci-Tech Editor • January 10, 2024
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Rants and Raves
Rants and Raves
Alexis Vaile, Staff Writer • January 16, 2024
In light of Gaza, the ethics of Western journalism feel as though theyre fading away.

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Western Journalism Dies in Gaza
Yusuf Perwez, W&TW Editor • January 16, 2024
Protests in South Korea demand rights and protection for teachers. The signs say, Finding out the truth is a tribute.
Celebrity Controversies as Censorship
Michelle Nguyen, News Editor • January 16, 2024
Enter the Blast Chiller: Why Cold Weather is Superior
December 5, 2023
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Winners finals of the 2016 EVO Smash Bros. Tournament.
"Unsupported": How Nintendo Failed
Jonathan Weils, Staff Writer • January 12, 2024
The release of the latest installment of the new Hunger Games franchise has inspired both negative and positive commentary from avid viewers.
Starving for the New Hunger Games Movie
Alyssa McKercher, Staff Writer • January 12, 2024
The Kardashians pose for their annual family photo.
Balenciaga, BBLs, and Beauty Standards
Alexis Vaile, Staff Writer • November 29, 2023
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Humans of Wilcox: Maggie Wu
Alexis Vaile, Staff Writer • January 12, 2024

“Maggie is…a leader. She strives for excellence and always supports her friends,” says Samara Jackson, one of Maggie’s friends and fellow council members. Maggie Wu,...

Santa Clara Sister Cities arriving at one of their sister cities, Izumo, Japan, in June 2023.
Club Spotlight: Santa Clara Sister Cities
Kiana Guanga, Sports/Sci-Tech Editor • January 12, 2024

If you are passionate about traveling, stepping outside your comfort zone, and exploring different cultures, look no further! The Wilcox Santa Clara Sister Cities Club (SCSCA)...

Izzy Tolosa playing soccer for the Silicon Valley Soccer Academy.
Athlete of the Month: Izzy Tolosa
Kara Quon, Staff Writer • January 10, 2024

Izzy Tolosa is an outside player for the Girls’ Academy League at the Silicon Valley Soccer Academy (SVSA). As a former player for the Wilcox girls’ varsity soccer team,...

A picture of Rommy. Courtesy of Oren Kerem
Humans of Wilcox: Rommy Kerem
Sherry Jenson November 30, 2023

“Rommy is energetic, kind, makes me laugh, and is always there to talk to,” said Sai Rayaroth, a Wilcox sophomore and one of Kerem’s friends. Rommy Kerem is a sophomore...

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