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Humans of WILCOX: Aya Furuta

Samantha Marecek

October 22, 2018

Filed under Features, Wilcox and the World

Modest. Determined. Hardworking. These words and more can easily describe Wilcox High School junior Aya Furuta. Often found in the library, Aya Furuta strives to surpass the expectations of others, while maintaining a down-to-earth...

April’s Strange But True

Clarissa Guglielmelli, Sports Editor

October 22, 2018

Filed under Features, News

The Clackamas County Cab Crime Having car trouble on the day of a big crime? Lack of transportation did not stop this Oregon man from robbing a bank when his car broke down. What did he do? He called an Uber. Forty-Year-Old D...

Athlete of the Month: Hoon Cho

Lindsey Laughlin, WATW Editor

May 29, 2018

Filed under Features, Sports

After a record-breaking season, the Wilcox Chargers volleyball team emerged from CCS with a 31-3 record as well as a final ranking of 76th in the state of California. Among these esteemed athletes is Hoon Cho, a three year varsity...

Club Spotlight: Key Club

Marina Herrera

April 6, 2018

Filed under Features, Wilcox and the World

“If Key Club is a way to build leadership skills, meet new people, teach integrity, and a way to give back to the community. The Key Club president Khue Vo says that she likes to look at the name “Key Club” as a saying that...

Rants and Raves

Michelle Lozada Alvarez, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under Features, OP-ED

Raves: Animals: I really like animals! I own two cats, but I love pets that people don’t normally have. First off, birds. I’m not talking regular parakeets, I’m talking about cockatiels, cockatoos, love birds, or parro...

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