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Soaring Signs of Teen Drug Usage
Skin Color Is Not A Reasonable Suspicion
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Look At What I Just Sent You
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The Warrior’s Dynasty Can Be Resurrected
An Active App for Athletes

An Active App for Athletes

October 12, 2020

Give Me an “H” For Harassment

June 5, 2018

Athlete of the Month: Hoon Cho

May 29, 2018

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Artist Spotlight: Alexis Rivera

October 14, 2019

“ The best feeling is when you get home from a long day, eat some chocolate, and open your sketchbook to draw something that has been on your mind all day.” shares Alexis Rivera, a junior at Wilcox High School. Alexis is very passionate about art and holds great interest in sketching inanimate objects, especially floral designs, and weaponry. “ To me, art is just a great way to relax the brain....

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Joshua Brodskiy, Staff Writer | April 11, 2019

Julia Cook is a sophomore at Wilcox High School. Recently, she competed in the South Bay Teen Idol competition, placing in the top ten competitors. After three months of training with the program, she finally took to the stage to compete against the other competitors, who she cherishes and appreciates, as they made her work harder and sing better than Cook ever thought she could. Cook always had...

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The Need for Caffeine

Allen Loomis | December 22, 2020

In the US alone, over 74.2 billion dollars were spent on coffee in the year 2015, according to the National Coffee Association. This translates to $1,100 a year for the average American, or just three dollars a day. The coffee industry has grown to be valued at 225.2 billion dollars ever since it was first discovered in the early 15th century. The once illegal beverage has now become a widespread symbol...

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