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Wilcox’s First Annual Multi-Cause Week

Anna Jevtic, Editor-in-Chief

March 20, 2016

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Multi-Cause week was announced at the Spring Spirit Rally on Mar. 18 and it is an event that falls on the week of the Multicultural rally (Mar. 21 to Mar. 25). This year will mark the first time Wilcox has held Multi-Cause Wee...

Charging into Charger Power

Alexandra Wallace, Staff Writer

March 5, 2016

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When most people think of P.E. they are reminded with the depressing memory of long runs, endless exercises in the hot sun, and huddles of students all dressed in same sweaty, bland grey P.E. uniform. But in reality, P.E. is a...

Spring Sports

Ella Jevtic, Staff Writer

March 5, 2016

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Spring is around the corner, and with spring comes sports. This 2016 season is expecting greatness. Tryouts have ended and teams are being finalized. Freshman Ali Salehi says, “Although the winter season is coming to an end,...

Addressing Academic Anxiety

Anna Jevtic, Editor-in-Chief

March 4, 2016

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I was a sophomore when it happened. It seized me, throttled me, pushed me to the passenger seat of my own body. My heartbeat felt uncontrollable, and my gasps for air seemed futile. I had my first panic attack. Anxiety is no...

The Fantastic Fantastics

Hannah Warner, Staff Writer

March 4, 2016

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Year after year, the four grades of Wilcox High School compete in a battle called Fantastics. During Fantastics, every student participant dresses in their class color and competes in games, dances, and several other spirit...

Discovering Science Club

Evelyn Perez, Staff Writer

March 1, 2016

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With many active clubs on campus, there’s always something to do after school at Wilcox. One of these clubs is Wilcox’s Science Club, which is a small club that aims to spread knowledge and appreciation for all STEM subjects....

Cutting Out Common App

Emma Kreider, LitArt Editor

March 1, 2016

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The Common Application remains one of the most dreaded elements of senior year for many high schoolers across the nation. For convenience, most colleges utilize this form of application, eliminating the need to fill out duplica...

Charged Up with Talent

Annabel Gong, Staff Writer

March 1, 2016

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Singing, laughing, and instrument playing rang throughout the Mission City Center for Performing Arts on January 27th. Hosted by the senior council, Wilcox’s second annual talent show certainly showcased some of its stude...

The Cranium in Crisis

Juliana Hartley, Staff Writer

February 28, 2016

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Emergencies have become a normal occurrence in California, and many people find themselves wondering if they know what to do in such a situation. With school shootings, fires, and earthquakes, it is crucial to understand how to reac...

Sister Cities, Now Sister Families

Samia Abassi, Staff Writer

February 28, 2016

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Sixteen students and three staff members from Izumo High School, Japan visited America, hosted by the Santa Clara Sister Cities Organization, from January 23rd to January 28th. Izumo (Japan), Santa Clara (USA), Coimba (Portu...

Navigating the New Naviance

Ashley Anderson, Wilcox and the World Editor

February 28, 2016

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“Out with the old, in with the new” seems to be the motto of the New Year, even when it comes to college preparation. Wilcox has recently switched from Kuder Navigator to Naviance, a newer, more expensive college program that...

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