• Meat the press: burgers for a bargain

    Meat the press: burgers for a bargain

    Ian Gunady, Staff Reporter

    Tasty and cheap, St. John's Bar and Grill in Sunnyvale has a classic feel, handwritten menu board, and uniquely prepared food, all in a warm and lively ambiance. They serve burgers, Philly cheesesteaks, and chicken sandwiches. Looking at the menu, you will see that burgers are $7-$9 and sides are $3-$5. Burgers are half priced on Wednesday and Saturday, cheesesteaks on Monday,... READ MORE »»

  • Inappropriate tweets call for #change

    Inappropriate tweets call for #change

    Brandon Chu, Staff Reporter

    Teachers inspire many students. Since these students look up to teachers as examples of model behavior, it remains important for teachers to exhibit good traits in both their professional and personal lives. However, one history teacher, Krista Hodges, at Newark Memorial High School has neglected this expectation. Just weeks before summer vacation started for students at Newark,... READ MORE »»

  • Athlete of the Moment: Eoff offs the competition

    Athlete of the Moment: Eoff offs the competition

    Elizabeth Yang, Staff Reporter

    Freshman Miranda Eoff is the definition of a triple threat. She is a competitive cheerleader, volleyball player, and football player. Eoff is currently playing defensive end on the junior varsity football team. “Football has become my everything, I totally love it!” Eoff said. This is Eoff’s first year playing football on a team. She has wanted to play for a long time,... READ MORE »»

  • Panic! At The Disco takes San Jose by storm

    Panic! At The Disco takes San Jose by storm

    Jin Lee, Staff Reporter

    Panic! At The Disco performed at San Jose State University’s Event Center on Thursday, Aug. 28, alongside their opening acts, Walk the Moon and Youngblood Hawke, as part of their “The Gospel Tour.” Panic! At The Disco was formed in 2004, and has been consistently pumping out music ever since. The purpose of their performance was not only to promote their new album, “Too... READ MORE »»

Hello Dance breaks a record

Hello Dance breaks a record

Carissa Saylor, Staff Reporter

Students dance at this year’s Hello Dance. The Hello Dance was on Sept. 5 from 5 to 7 p.m. The dance was held on the pool deck, rather than in the cafeteria and amphitheater....  Read More »

October 19, 2014 • 0 comments

Community caring replaces S.H.A.R.E.-ing

Pablo Solar-Sanchez, Staff Reporter

Communities for Cause is a fundraising program that will help revolutionize the way people can donate to our school. This program replaced the S.H.A.R.E.S. community discount...  Read More »

October 10, 2014 • 0 comments

No carwash, no funds

Christal Philip , Staff Reporter

The state of California has been stuck in a severe drought for the past nine months. Due to the recent water shortages, WHS has taken precautions to preserve water. This has...  Read More »

October 10, 2014 • 0 comments

Downtown Fremont is On the Rise

Alysia Tran, Staff Reporter

Downtown Fremont is the heart of the community, where communications take place, gatherings are held, and a variety of cultures mingle. Fremont’s downtown area is in the...  Read More »

October 10, 2014 • 0 comments

Back-to-school Gets Bumpy

October 10, 2014

New Laptop Academy Program Powers Up

October 10, 2014

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

WHS Takes On ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

August 30, 2014

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Congratulations Class of 2014!

June 30, 2014

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Fremont Mayor Bob Wasserman dead at 77

January 19, 2012

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Trickster Treat

Miranda Young, Columnist

Once upon a dark Hallows Eve, the day known as Halloween was about celebrating the dead and reveling in the closeness of the spirits. On this day, the dead were believed to...  Read More »

October 23, 2014 • 0 comments

Disappointing dress code needs updates

Matt van Sprakelaar, Editor-in-Chief

Just a week and a half ago, a Texan student was suspended for coming to school with dyed pink hair. On Oct. 13, Hailey Stone arrived at Edna Elementary only to receive an...  Read More »

October 23, 2014 • 0 comments

Orange and black – color of students’ voices

Orange and black – color of students’ voices

Akansha Prasad, Staff Reporter

FUSD was recently debating what colors students should be assigned for their graduation caps and gowns. The verdict is out, and the school board has decided that each student...  Read More »

October 23, 2014 • 0 comments

Assemblies are not always the answer

Neha Nagesh, Staff Reporter

For thirty minutes every school year, hundreds of students pile into the cafeteria in order to listen to cliché presentations about bullying and harassment. The disconnect...  Read More »

October 22, 2014 • 0 comments

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Review: haunted houses and terrifying trains

Review: haunted houses and terrifying trains

Akansha Prasad, Staff Reporter

The Candle Lighters Ghost House is the easiest for students at WHS to go to. It is conveniently placed in the Fremont Hub next to Elephant Bar and across from Nothing Bundt...  Read More »

October 23, 2014 • 0 comments

‘I Believe’ Christina Perri connected to the crowd

‘I Believe’ Christina Perri connected to the crowd

Sushma Parappagoudar, Staff Reporter

With eyes closed and hands waving in the air, people followed the tune with their bodies at Christina Perri’s concert at The Masonic in San Francisco on Monday, Sept. 29....  Read More »

October 23, 2014 • 0 comments

Assessment as Dialogue art program lifts off

Jacob Mccluskey, Staff Reporter

Assessment as Dialogue is making its debut this year. Sophomore students who are currently participating in this program are to give their teacher a grade. It is a new concept...  Read More »

October 19, 2014 • 0 comments

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Panic! At The Disco takes San Jose by storm

October 19, 2014

Checkin’ Books Out — September Book Reviews

October 19, 2014

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Fashion’s Night Out

October 15, 2010

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