Odd Jobs that Work 

Staff Writer: Gia Gunderman  Have you ever looked at someone and wondered what they do as a career? There are many jobs around the world that some don’t even know about, instead of the mainstream highly populated jobs like doctors, mechanics, literary writers and such; what about those that we didn’t even know you could […]

Dopamine Overload 

Staff Writer: Gia Gunderman  Dopamine is a neurotransmitter molecule that plays several important roles in the cells; also known as the reward system. Dopamine is commonly known as the “happy hormone”, it comes from the feeling of achievement, satisfaction, motivation, etc. While it may be achieved in a healthy natural way, it can actually be […]

How Can Procrastination Affect you? 

How Can Procrastination Affect you?  Staff Writer: Hailey Heneghan  Procrastination is the act of postponing or saving a task for later. 80% to 95% of students procrastinate. Often using a phone or really any object in the room. No matter what you use, as long as you’re delaying a task, it’s procrastination, nonetheless.  It is […]

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 […]

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 […]

Never too Early to Take Care of Your Health

Staff Writer: LJ Galbreath In the world health is one of the most important things when it comes to life. Health involves everything inside our bodies that allows us to live. Lungs are the reason we’re able to breath, eyes give us the ability to see, tongue is for taste, hands are for touch, and […]

Halloween, Covid-style.

Staff writer: Rose Dickinson So, it’s that time of year again. Yep, that’s right! The spooky season is among us! But this year is a little different, considering the effects Covid-19 has had on us all, and Halloween is no exception. When you first think about this year, and Halloween, you would think it would […]

Loving Yourself and Your Body

Staff writer: Kyrsten Rose Dickinson “To all the girls that think you’re ugly because you’re not a size 0, you’re the beautiful one. It’s society who’s ugly.” -Marilyn Monroe  Marilyn knew what she was talking about. A common illusion in society is that skinny is healthy and/or beautiful. An illusion is all that is. If everyone on earth […]

Valentine’s Day Presents and Looking Ahead

Kealey Stewart Hey Kealey, so Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and I don’t know what to get my boyfriend, do you have any suggestions? Now is a great time to start thinking about it! I was thinking about getting a big bag and filling it with candy and fun little Valentine things. I […]

The Shocking Truth About Showering Daily

Staff Writer: Kylise Carino Some of you reading this might think what I’m about to say is gross, or disgusting, or weird. Well I am here to debunk all the stuff that you believe about showering daily.  Most people believe if you don’t shower daily that your unclean or dirty. Jackie Avila, a sophomore at […]