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Astrocytes For Your Mental Health

Astrocytes For Your Mental Health

March 16, 2021

What’s Going On With The COVID-19 Vaccine?

What’s Going On With The COVID-19 Vaccine?

February 8, 2021

Innovations in the Pandemic

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February 8, 2021

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Just Roll With It: Skaters Under 20 Winning Gold at the 2020 Olympics

Keira Zehna, Staff Writer | October 14, 2021

“I didn’t think I was going to be able to win, halfway through. But the other skaters were encouraging me so I felt like I could go on,” said 13-year-old Olympic skater Nishiya Momiji after winning gold in the Women’s Street Final for skateboarding. Momiji was among the youngest competitors of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and not the only one to win a medal: 13-year-old Rayssa Leal winning silver...

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Friday Night Lights at Wilcox High: Varsity Homecoming Recap vs. Mountain View High

Samantha Mediodia, Sports & Lit-Art Editor | October 14, 2021

On Friday, October 1, 2021, the Wilcox Varsity Football team hosted the annual Homecoming game on their home turf, facing off against the Mountain View High Trojans. Continuing the sixty-year tradition, the evening was kickstarted by the presentation of the class floats, each representing the overhead theme of Superheroes: Freshman as Thor, Sophomores as Ben 10, Juniors as SuperMan, and Seniors as...

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Melany Calderon, Staff Writer | October 14, 2021

Jessica Menjivar, a Freshman at Wilcox, enjoys sketching people and views. Menjivar explains that she feels joy and satisfaction when the process comes together to create her final product. Her experimentation with art has amounted to many things like learning new ways to draw, being able to draw something she never thought she could, being able to perfect her failures, and becoming a lot more...

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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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