We all have experienced this horror before…
The infamous: “Read Chapter 3. We will have a test on Monday.”
This week, the Associated Student Body (ASB) prepared students’ Wildcat pride for the football game against Los Altos High School.
In the 21th century, technology has evolved immensely, making it more convenient for the average person, with everything at hand. And yet, one aspect of society that has made little progress is the lack of awareness regarding the meat industry. In an evolving era where the people are making great leaps of progress in breaking the norm, the meat industry and its ethics have remained stagnant and threaten all of us, whether we are aware of it or not.
Meet the new teachers of Glen A. Wilson High School!
Lectures, notes, homework, quizzes, tests… repeat! The seemingly never-ending cycle of a student’s workload is a difficult task to manage.
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Associated Student Body (ASB) hosted Back to School Night for parents to learn about classroom curriculum and to meet teachers on Thursday, Aug. 17.
The most popular summer blockbusters in Glen A. Wilson High School!
Eliza and Her Monsters manages to turn over a new tide with its portrayal of teenage conflicts.
What will Club de Fútbol (C.F.) Real Madrid do now that they have lost their key player?
The English Department adopted a new brand of Advanced Placement (AP) English and Language Composition textbooks, kicking off the new year with a new english curriculum.
KIWIN’S attended its Officer’s Training Conference (OTC) at Chaffey High School on Sunday, August 13, from noon to 4 pm.
When money is stolen from a bank, there is always a huge debacle to find the robber. But what about the art?
Are most athletes dull and simple-minded? With the world’s eyes gazing upon them, should athletes publicly express their opinions?