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Golden Arrow

The student news site of Woodbridge High School

Golden Arrow

The student news site of Woodbridge High School

Golden Arrow

Juniors Matthew Chang and Jocelyn Gov hold up fliers for the upcoming Starry Night Prom.
Planning a Starry Night Prom, Van Gogh Style
Noor Andary, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

The prom planning committee meticulously crafted a night to remember inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night.”This year’s prom captured Van Gogh’s famous painting...

The Spring Carnival featured a Ferris wheel and a bounce house.
ASB Presents Inaugural Spring Carnival
Donya Yazdihan, Opinion Editor • April 8, 2024
Committed Athletes
Committed Athletes
Siyona Choudhry, Staff Writer • May 31, 2024

Sabine Ramos: Cal Poly Pomona for soccer Maci Land: Loyola-Marymount University for soccer Milan Heisdorf: UC Irvine for soccer Isabella...

Woodbridge High Senior Send-Off: Bittersweet Goodbyes to the Class of 2024
Annabelle Ko, In-Depth Editor • June 5, 2024

For some Woodbridge High staff, the first month of school is the most difficult. For others, the last month of school is the hardest. May is...

The upholding of legacy admissions continue to serve as a favorable advantage, prioritizing alumni rather
than fair competition.
Legacy Admissions: An Outdated Continuity of American Disparity
With ongoing debates surrounding merit in college applications, the continued use of legacies fuels debate on its unfair advantages
Rebecca Sanchez, Copy Editor • June 5, 2024

Although once deemed the pride of American universities, legacy admissions are an archaic system that is both shameful and an absurd excuse for...

Focus on the places you’ll go and your path, not the places everyone else goes.
College Isn’t the Only Path to Success
Danbi Lee, Features Editor • May 9, 2024
Feeling anxious, depressed or detached from society can look different for everyone, but we are all looking at the same stars, you are not alone
Cartoon Page: Feeling Detached
Lisa Volovik, Staff Illustrator • April 23, 2024
The alternative/indie style of music by Beabadoobee explores the idea of taking accountability in life.
Start Off Summer With Stellar Singles
Arna Churiwala, A+E Editor • June 3, 2024

With the end of high school impending, my life is the most hectic it has ever been. Advanced Placement (AP) tests, looming finals, graduation...

A Summer sunset at Laguna Beach.
Fun Activities to Make the Most out of Summer
Leah Wong, Staff Writer • June 3, 2024

During the summer, students at Woodbridge engage in a variety of refreshing activities around the Woodbridge community and Southern California...

California Senior Commitments Map
California Senior Commitments Map
Annabelle Ko, In-Depth Editor • May 31, 2024
National Senior Commitments Map
National Senior Commitments Map
Annabelle Ko, In-Depth Editor • May 31, 2024
The Game of Life
The Game of Life
Ruby Yang, Editor-in-Chief • May 31, 2024
An illustration that depicts the various forms of drinks that have caffeine in them. This image demonstrates the idea that caffeine is present in many forms of drinks, meaning that a person may not even know they are consuming caffeine without properly checking the nutritional info. When trying to avoid these heavily caffeinated drinks, people often face issues of not having easy sources of energy whenever they need it. This can be battled with herbal teas, which consist of chamomile, a herb that relaxes the nerves. Even if taste were to be a problem from avoiding these caffeinated drinks, people have found success in switching to decaf alternatives.
Addressing The Caffeine Craze And How To Overcome Caffeine Addiction
David Han, Swayam Jawale, and Sara Qazi June 2, 2024
This illustration shows that students may have scored very well on their standardized tests, but perhaps not as well on their courses due to the teacher being very harsh or student learning and teacher teaching styles clashing. And thus we can have students with very low grades but also score very high on APs. Giving students the chance to truly show what they know on a standardized test can really benefit them, helping them get the grade and education that they deserve and are capable of attaining
AP 5s should give a 5.0 GPA
Thomas Ahn, Roman Hoang, and Vlad Lykov June 2, 2024
Meet the Staff
Catherine Lee
Catherine Lee
Photographer

Hi Warriors! I'm Catherine Lee and this is my first year on Golden Arrow as a photographer and writer. I am so excited to meet new people who are involved with our community as well as helping others develop...

Hi, I’m Sofia Saunders and I’m a writer and photographer with the golden arrow! I’m a sophomore and this is my second year in the journalism program.

Hi! Im Niki and I'm one of your 23-24 golden arrow writers! :)

Hi Warriors! I’m Siyona Choudhry and I am very excited to be a writer for the Golden Arrow this year! I’m a sophomore and I play lacrosse and basketball at Woodbridge. I enjoy reading, drawing, and...

Mae Meltzer
Mae Meltzer
Photographer

Hi I'm Mae Meltzer and I really enjoy writing and photography. I'm excited to be part of the Golden Arrow this year!