The Art of Androgyny

Over the course of a few years, rap has become increasingly more controversial. But it seems as if the way rappers dress consistently attracts itself to pretentious fashion buffs and ignorant hip-hop enthusiasts alike.

Defensive Toughness Not Enough to Overcome Lack of Offense…Yet  

  Staff Writer: Corey Darko    Lead Story: The basketball team is going through a rough stretch. The team lost six straight games Starting on January 5, in a three-point loss against Kennesaw Mountain, before snapping their losing steak in a 49-43 win over Lassiter on January 22. This unfortunate run dropped their record to 6-16, and the offense might be the biggest reason why. […]

Woodstock Wrestling Rolling Through Season

Staff Writer: Alex Kelly  January has been a very busy month for the Woodstock High School Wrestling team. Along with practice practically every day, they had duels and tournaments throughout the rest of the month. Although the season is nearing an end, it has been an exciting one for Woodstock. They’ve won many big matches […]

The Orchestra at WHS

Staff Writer: Selene Gomez   Jazlyn Saucedo, sophomore, says. “I’ve been in Orchestra for five years and I play the violin. I joined Orchestra because it’s a fun activity to get away from school work and relax. My favorite part about it is playing at concerts and going to LGPE, which is Large Group Performance Evaluation.   LGPE […]

It’s Just Choosing Your Future, No Pressure!

Section Writer: Hannah Suh It is that time of the year again! Time to start thinking about next year before this semester has even started. Time to start asking all of the upperclassmen which class is better on college applications or which ones are easiest. Time to start meeting with counselors, planning out schedules and […]

“Might I add, this isn’t the first time this has happened.”

Staff Writer: Jordan Van Dyke For this month’s article I decided to start the year off interviewing one of my favorite people, Isabella McWhorter. Isabella, also known as Izzy, is a senior at Woodstock High school and is just as ready to graduate as the rest of us. Here are some of the questions I […]

An Open Letter to Paul Johnson

Staff Writer: Michael Brown Thank you, Paul Johnson, for those 11 years in Atlanta. Thank you for essentially raising me in terms of my Georgia Tech fandom; you were the coach from the time I was 5 to when I was 16. All I know is the triple option, and you’re the reason I run […]