The Scribe

A Finish to Float Frenzy?

Hana McNierney

October 12, 2017

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You’re at one of the many float building sessions, and all around you, students are hard at work creating a float that will soon become your class’s prideful masterpiece... Imagine it all gone. Flower party sessions and late...

Club of the Month: The Outlet

Harmon Kay

October 12, 2017

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Loving the Chargers is great, but not being able to show it can really suck. But be rest assured, because you can show your school spirit in The Outlet. Go over to the student section and cheer on the Chargers. Bring your spirit...

BBO: The Best of All Battles

Tyler McNierney, W&tW Editor

April 19, 2017

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Ever since the end of Fantastics, there have been rumors of a third and final Wilcox spirit event. At the last sports rally, ASB officially confirmed that Wilcox will be bring back Black and Blue Olympics. BBO will take place...

Wilcox Student Wellness Center

Dana Lee, Staff Writer

April 19, 2017

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One of the first words that pops into an average student’s head when they think of school is often “stressed.” More often than not, high school students are overwhelmed by the workload of their classes, the increased pressure...

Humans of Wilcox: Rowan Karl Timmerman

Joseph Choe, Staff writer

April 19, 2017

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Rowan Karl Timmermann just might be the coolest student at Wilcox High School. To begin with, his taste is fantastic. His favorite cartoon is The Pink Panther, his favorite video games are Super Mario Maker and Mortal Kombat...

Contaminants in California

Elaine Tong, Staff writer

April 19, 2017

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Despite the influx of water this past winter, water sources are still unsafe for many Californians. Residents are no longer struggling with the drought epidemic, but instead have a new contamination problem to worry about. According...

The Rich History of Santa Clara

Alex Garcia, Staff Writer

April 19, 2017

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In the year 1769, the Spanish explorer Jose Francisco Ortega became the first European to set foot in what would one day become Silicon Valley. When Ortega landed he was greeted by the Ohlone tribe of native people which the Sp...

Humans of Wilcox – Nicholas Gamber

Alicia Naicker, Op-Ed Editor

March 15, 2017

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If you’ve found yourself bustling about school with erudite ventures and extracurriculars, chances are you’ve met Nicholas Sterling Gamber. Gamber has made his way through his four years as a well-rounded student and ...

CLUB SPOTLIGHT: The Robotics Team

Sahil Shah, Sci-Tech Editor

March 9, 2017

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The robopocalypse is coming. The Wilcox Robotics Team, currently in its third year, qualified for the First Tech Challenge Northern California Regionals, held at Newark Memorial High School. The team was started three years ago...

The City of Contradictions

Brendan Dickson, W&tW Editor

March 9, 2017

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Whether you live in Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, or San Jose, you are a resident of Silicon Valley. That makes you—regardless of your personal socioeconomic background—a product of the wealthiest region in America. Since th...

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