A Letter to Grade Eights: Three Things I Learned At WGSS
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A Letter to Grade Eights: Three Things I Learned At WGSS

Writer, Ian Wright Five years of WGSS. It’s hard to sum up. A month ago, I took my last ever high school English class. The last one! By…

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Finishing The Year of Craziness with Quarter 4
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Finishing The Year of Craziness with Quarter 4

Writer, Jemma Van Grol As the 2020/2021 school year comes to an end, it is important to remember that we still have 10 whole weeks left! Although it…

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Tricks and Tips for Surviving AP Biology
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Tricks and Tips for Surviving AP Biology

Zhang, Ben – Writer Does the fundamental composition of life interest you? Or have you ever been curious about how animals developed to be the way they are…

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Why You Should Not Be Buying Organic
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Why You Should Not Be Buying Organic

Writer, Parker Zhang If you’re all about saving the planet, maybe abstain from organic. Because you’re actively hurting it. Now I know this is controversial. Organic is seen…

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Top 8 COVID-Safe Ideas for Spring Break
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Top 8 COVID-Safe Ideas for Spring Break

Jemma, Writer It’s hard to believe that spring break is already here! Our hard work has paid off and now we all can enjoy a well-deserved break. But…

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Opinion: Does the Quarter System Work?
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Opinion: Does the Quarter System Work?

Writer, Parker Zhang The quarter system allows us to form learning bubbles, mitigating the spread of COVID-19. But if we were to take a closer look. How is…

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Coming Out of Quarantine a Queen!
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Coming Out of Quarantine a Queen!

Editor-in-Chief, Mehek Budshah Hey Gators! During this pandemic along with our sanity, motivation is also something we’ve all been slowly losing. Not only is this stay at home…

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StuDYING or studTHRIVING?
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StuDYING or studTHRIVING?

 Brooke Barnett, Writer Most of us need to study at least once in our high school lives, whether it be for math, science, social or anything else. Some…

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Helpful Habits to Develop for School
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Helpful Habits to Develop for School

Lauren Kim, Entertainment Writer Summer has officially passed and we are already in our second month of school! However,  many of our habits from our summer vacation lifestyle…

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Welcome to WGSS! Q & A
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Welcome to WGSS! Q & A

Mehek Budshah, Editor-in-Chief, Hey Gators! School has started, and for quite a few of us, so has the stress. However, for the ambitious Grade 8s, their highschool journey…

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