Don’t Take My Love Away From Me

Staff Writer: Gia Gunderman What is self-esteem? By formal definition, it’s confidence in one’s own worth or abilities; self-respect. Now sometimes this word can be taken, and people will create their own word out of it for themselves. However, there are some people who just don’t grasp the concept of it or just live their […]

Oktoberfest Frenzy 

Staff Writer: Olivia O’Connor  It is fall time! Grab your best Bavarian outfit and pint glass and visit this nearest festival. What festival is this, you ask? It is Oktoberfest!   Oktoberfest is celebrated worldwide and begins on the second to last Saturday in September and goes on until the first Sunday of October. The festival […]

Here’s How It went At the Woodstock High School Annual Trunk or treat  

Staff Writer: Ximena Rojas Woodstock High School students and staff have been entertaining everyone with these fun events to attend. On October 26th, 2022, there will be the annual Trunk or Treat of the year. It is held in the Woodstock High School parking lot and will be from 5-7 PM. This event is held by […]

Best Dogs to Keep You Company

Staff Writer: Hailey Heneghan  Looking for a new furry friend but not sure what kind to get? Well, here are some of the best breeds to keep you warm and happy this winter.  Dogs were domesticated by humans sharing lean meat during cold winters, so the wolves soon became fond of people. According to newscientist.com, […]

The Haunted Halloween Door Contest

Staff Writer: Kailyn Henscheid  One of the best things about fall is Halloween and our school goes all out. Many students have probably seen teachers and students decorating their doors while walking down the halls. From ghosts to bats to Stranger Things, teachers and students have decked out their doors in some really creative ways to […]

Downtown Woodstock Experiences a Scarecrow Invasion 

Staff Writer: Danika Audrey Beaton  In Downtown Woodstock, a scarecrow invasion occurs every year during the month of October. It starts on October 1st and ends on October 31st. Several businesses set up a scarecrow to represent their business each year. People can vote for their favorite scarecrow at the visitors center in Downtown Woodstock […]

Hurricane Season Causes Global Damage

Staff Writer: Izzy C. Hurricane Fiona is currently a Category 4 hurricane that has winds of 125 mph. This hurricane was previously affecting Nova Scotia, Canada. Canadian military is currently responding to the disaster. Homes, trees, and playgrounds have been severely damaged and flooded. Along with structures being flooded, the roads are in impossible condition […]

Relive Stranger Things Like Never Before

Staff Writer: Emily Hammond Many people want to experience what it was like to live in the 1980s. The fashion, music, people, malls, dialect. For “Stranger Things” fans and anyone else interested, this wish is coming true. A new interactive experience is opening in Atlanta, Georgia for the first time this October. Many devoted “Stranger […]

Cooking is Where the Heart is

Staff Writer: Gia Gunderman Whenever people think of cooking, they just think of a basic human survival skill that helps you put good food on the table. However, cooking is so much more than that, it represents cultures, it brings people together, it becomes a lifelong career for some people, any food can make you […]

Don’t Let Fear Stop You

Staff Writer: Maya Walstead  There have been so many things that have happened since I got to high school. From Covid to the uproar of Queen Elizabeth II dying, it feels like we’ve changed so much. So, what could I possibly say that would make a difference? So, my words of advice for Woodstock High […]