By Ronni Husmann In a sport that is said to define the patriotism of America, Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49’s has sparked contention within our country about our behavior towards equality. During the NFL pre-season, Kaepernick has sat during the National Anthem as it plays before the games, an unconventional action that breaks
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By Sophia Forgetta Spezialy The MoonLit Coffee house was a gathering filled with performances, raffles and snacks that was put on by a wonderful group of 10th graders who, with no budget, raised over $1500 for Mother’s Club. This video features some of the wonderful performances that were enjoyed during the coffee house.
By Samantha Khalsa Starting March 8, Westridge implemented the new Safe Connect Network Access Control System to revamp Wi-Fi on campus. In order to use the new network, students’ laptops must meet new security requirements, including up-to-date virus and malware protection. While generally successful, the new network came with student complaints of slower connections and
By Isabella Bautista Upon hitting the most stressful year of high school, I’ve started to value the importance of a hard-earned, calorie-filled snack. Sitting through eight hours of courses can be exhausting, especially at such a rigorous (and awesome) school as ours. Westridge girls work hard and definitely deserve every pick-me-up we ingest. In my
By Miranda Diaz On a Friday after school, as I was walking to the parking lot with my fellow friend Amanda Fassler, we ran into Mr. Baldwin and he asked where we were going. Casually telling him we were off to get Boba, I was shocked when he replied with, “what is boba?” Trying to
By Amari Gaiter Recently, thirteen students from Westridge School for Girls and Clairbourn convened with a philanthropic mindset and formed a non-profit organization by the name of Madhatter Knits. Madhatter Knits is an organization with a goal of helping premature babies discharge from the hospital earlier by knitting mini beanies for them. By knitting hats,