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The Paw Print

The Student News Site of Wilde Lake High School

The Paw Print

The Student News Site of Wilde Lake High School

The Paw Print

 Junior Elise Varoli describes Ms. Padgett as ‘communicative, kind, and creative.’”(Photo by Josh Cofie)
Curtains Open to the Padgett Era
Josh Cofie and Arielle Levine January 4, 2023

Enter stage left: Wilde Lake graduate, seasoned technical director, and history teacher of 13 years, Ms. Jessica Padgett. This year, Ms. Padgett filled the role of Wilde...

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	The team celebrates the 7-5 win against Reservoir. (Photo credit Lauren Jascewsky)
Wilde Lake Varsity Softball Clinches Historical Regional Championship Victory
Greta Giuliano, Lee Lewis, and Blaiz Blackston June 10, 2022

After scoring three runs in the first inning and holding their ground against the undefeated Reservoir High School, Wilde Lake Varsity Softball...

Aitya Ba’th (left), Jola Ojifinni (center), and Nalia Ba’th (right) spend time together during their Advisory period in the media center.
Staff and Students Compromise on Decision for 3-Day Advisory
Arielle Levine, News Editor • November 17, 2022

Three weeks into the school year, Ms. Leonard announced at the September General Assembly that Advisory — a 20 minute non-academic period — would no longer run on Mondays and Fridays.  “You guys heard me talk in...

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On Saturday at 8:30 AM, thirty minutes before customers can come, Ms. Kirk (left) and a volunteer, Mr. Jacques Moutome (right), plan how they will organize the tables.
Columbia Community Care Grows to Meet Community Needs
Zoe MacDiarmid, Editor-in-Chief • December 7, 2022

On March 11, 2020, Wilde Lake High School Spanish teacher Erika Chavarria posted a tweet: “If they close HCPSS I volunteer to run meals to students and families who are in need, or help in locations...

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The Star of David or known in Hebrew as a Magen David (shield of David) has long existed as the symbol for Judaism and can be cited back to the 12th century text of the Eshkol ha-Kofer, a work on the Ten Commandments. It was first used by Jewish printers to separate themselves from their competitors by marking their ancestry. During the Holocaust, the Star of David carried a new weight as the symbol on the badge Jews were forced to wear to be identified across Nazi Germany. Many Jewish people now wear the star with pride around their neck.
Another Year of Antisemitism Proves Words have Power
Arielle Levine and Lauren Kelly January 5, 2023
An overlook that captures a large portion of the heartland, an area of Red Dead Redemption.  Photo from Rockstar Games.
The Loading Screen: "Red Dead Redemption II"
Marran Frigo, Staff Writer • December 7, 2022
Under the influence of Andrew Tate, some boys can be led down the wrong path. (Graphic by Greta Giuliano)
Why You Should Stop Listening to Andrew Tate
Greta Giuliano, Staff Editor • November 18, 2022
Students in the 1975-76 school year of Wilde Lake in the schools yearbook, The Glass Hour, four years after the school opened in 1971. The caption of the photo reads, “The joy of celebrating togetherness is what Wilde Lake and the ‘76 Glass Hour is all about!” At this point, Advisory was part of the school’s structure. (Photo courtesy of The Glass Hour staff)
The Vision of Advisory Falls Short
Zoe MacDiarmid, Editor-in-Chief • November 18, 2022
Though some supports have been removed, the Peace Room keeps its door open.
Post-Pandemic, Students Still Need Support
Lauren Kelly, Staff Editor • November 17, 2022
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