Improving Sex Education

Staff writer: Olivia Ramirez Many people in their early teen or preteen years will either have an awkward conversation with a parent about the basics of what sex is or they learn the basics from school. Some people receive both, but most people aren’t getting enough information. Sex education is held to an extremely low […]

Vape Products May Be Causing Seizures

Staff Writer: Olivia Ramirez The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently investigating thirty-five cases of seizures and convulsions as the result of nicotine poisoning. While there is no proven relationship between vape products and seizures, vape products can do real harm. Nicotine poisoning is not uncommon and is likely the result of people being […]

When Is Enough, Enough?

Section Editor: Avery Adams Informing my boss that we need to put our flag at half-staff because we had not one, but two mass shootings in a day was an eye opener. Not only has it become common for the process of lowering the flag to happen, it’s become something that we as Americans are […]

Tragedy Strikes

Staff Writer: Arie Mitchell As many of you have heard, there was a horrific shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand. The tragedy occurred March 15 leaving 49 dead and 50 injured. Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s Prime Minister, has already taken steps to make sure something like this does not happen again. The gunman was identified as […]

To Be or Not To Be

Your individual rights, established in the Bill of Rights of the Constitution, guarantee rights to certain freedoms without interference from the government or other individuals. However, should there be more than just those 10? Specifically, one about a woman’s right to do what she deems necessary with her body?

Even Players Have Basic Rights

The debate on whether kneeling during the anthem should be allowed is burning hotter than ever…

How sweet is your Sweet Sixteen?

Casey H. Staff Writer In American culture, the ultimate coming-of-age ceremony is the Sweet 16. Often celebrated as a teenager’s official transition to adulthood, 16th birthdays have taken precedence over almost every other birthday throughout a person’s life. With movies such as Sixteen Candles and television shows like MTV’s My Super Sweet 16, it is […]

Woodstock’s Year in a Nutshell

Alexa R. Staff Writer   As this year comes to a close, We begin to dwell on the year’s biggest moments: From big wins against foes To national recognitions among students.   We cherish this time Of varsity girls basketball taking home the championship And struggled on the climb To beat our rival, Etowah, in […]

Will you have a good end of the year?

Allison S. Staff Writer Gemini (May 21 – June 20) – Feeling the need for new people in your life? Now is the time to put yourself out there and allow others to get to know you by allowing your true personality to shine. You will be surprised to find that there are several people […]

Beethoven’s at it Again

Allison S. Staff Writer Commonly referred to as the “Beethoven” dog, the Saint Bernard is a giant and fluffy dog that might scare away cat lovers by its huge appearance. Although they are big, their hearts are even bigger. Saint Bernards are not only cute, but they are also useful. Saint Bernards are named after […]