Last year the intercoms at FUSD schools fell victim to a clever hacker who managed to infiltrate the school’s security measures and play ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ by Rick Astley over the PA system. The incident raised questions about the school’s cybersecurity measures.
With ticket prices rising due to inflation, it’s become increasingly difficult for the average movie-goer to be able to afford frequent trips to the theater. However, cost is not the only reason people aren’t going out to theaters as much as before…
The game of chess is a sport which requires will, memorization, focus, motivation, and creative thinking skills.
The often explicit nature of the lyrics of many songs has allowed artists to sexualize and demean women in ways that aren’t considered appropriate in today’s society. Are listeners at Washington uncomfortable with these lyrics, or is it simply an accepted characteristic of hip-hop?
This year the Washington staff voted to move to a block schedule. Block schedule is a modified schedule where on one day it’s all odd class and another day all even. It is intended to create a deeper engagement between students and teachers. This, however, can come with many different effects on the students.
Athlete of the Month: Washington junior Luke Arias is our varsity water polo goalie. He’s a dependable and loud voice on the team that any new and returning players can rely on during the game.
These days it seems like everyone is complaining about college applications. It seems like no one even knows what to do. But don’t fear, I have the solution…
Ever felt the need to be happier than you are, or felt embarrassed after getting upset about something trivial? A lot of people have, but why?
As a senior I often think about life after high school. I constantly think about what I want to do with my life: I consider college, a good job, somewhere to live. These thoughts can be overwhelming and I wish I felt more prepared.