Impact of Digital Learning vs. F2F

Staff Writer: Katelyn Frasure Covid-19 has made a tremendous impact on student’s lifestyles in WHS and all over the United States. Due to the spread of Covid-19, students have been required to switch to digital base learning for two weeks. Online school and face-to-face learning has many differences. In online school, students have to attend […]

Social Life in Isolation

Staff Writer: Jaiden Palys High School is just one big social experiment. Years after graduation, when you’re reminiscing of your time in high school, it’ll be your friendships, relationships, and other interactions with people that you’ll remember most. Thanks to our months of isolation, we’ve lost a great portion of opportunity for such experiences. During […]

Clue: On Stage – The Who Got It Done Production

Staff Editor: Logan Haines Clue? A deceptively funny play about tragedy, death, and surprising twists of fate. Six contestants are invited to a cryptic dinner party by some mysterious patron, all seemingly different in every way and none the wiser of who each one is. All with their own sins and secrets. Except they all […]

A Different Take on Homecoming

Section Writer: Hannah Suh This year, our Woodstock High School Student and Staff lead group, Student Government Association, decided to change up homecoming from it’s traditional “formal dance” stereotype to a more interactive setting. Homecoming this year included not only music and punch, but games, prizes, and even a haystack. The staff, consisting of teachers […]

Woodstock Flag Football Debuts

Staff Writer: Mackenzie Rich This year is Woodstock’s first year of having a girl’s flag football team. Every school in Cherokee County has formed a team this year. Flag football is not a typical or common sport in high schools. However, over time, this sport will be more regulated and just another high school sport. […]

From Classes to Rehearsal: How a Chorus Concert Coalesces

Staff Writer: Emily Hailstone Woodstock High School Chorus has had a long record of beautiful performances, and the upcoming fall concert is no exception. Each class had worked diligently under the direction of Ms. Alderman, the new chorus director, to develop memorable pieces for their concert. Ms. Alderman discussed her experience coming to Woodstock High […]

Pie in the Face

Section Editor: Hannah Suh   If you happened to be walking in the halls, in the library, or in the lunch room the week of Sept 16-19, you may have noticed the cart full of tissue boxes. What exactly were those tissue boxes? Well, if one were to take a closer look, they would see […]

The Dead Language That Never Truly Died

Staff Writer: Mackenzie Rich   Latin is an ancestral Indo-European language. The earliest recording of the language, dating back to the 6th century BC, comes from a pin, reading “Manios me fhefhaked Numasioi”, which translates to “Manius made me for Numerius”. The language originated in people living among the Tiber River, one of Europe’s most […]