How Seniors of WHS Feel About New Hybrid Schedule

Staff Writer: Talia Fleisig Ever since March 13, 2020, the class of 2021 have been thrown some major curveballs. Spring break turned into a five-month staycation. When August came around, I think everyone was ready to be back at school even if it meant it was only for a short time; but not as short […]

Corona-Cation, and its Effects on Our Senior Year

Sports Section Chair: Michael Brown Welcome back to the Senior Column! Wow, what a month, huh? Pandemic or not, the show must go on, and we here at The Wolverine Times will continue to push out the content you people crave. And with The Loaf out of season, there is nothing the people crave more […]

Can We Hurry It Up Please?

Sports Section Chair: Michael Brown So, I’m not writing about sports this time. I’ve decided to pick up the Senior Column duties this month because we had been unintentionally neglecting it. I want to talk about the stresses of life as a senior, and how I really want us to just calm down, and not […]

“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 […]

The Infamous Senior Project

Staff Writer: Mayson Cambron There is an overwhelming amount of anticipation that comes with the start of senior year… graduation, college, moving out, dorm decorating. However, there is one dreaded obstacle that stands between a senior and graduation: Senior Project. Designed to capture the last 13 years of knowledge and skills, students are tasked with […]

“Why are you asking all these questions??”

Staff Writer: Jordan Van Dyke This being the first article for the senior column for the new school year, I wanted to start things off short and simple with a student profile. This month I sat down with my absolute best friend, Payton Chatham so readers could get to know her just as I know […]

What to Know When Applying for College

Alexa R. Staff Writer The time has come to start the college application process, which means more stress added onto a student’s senior year. However, there are ways to avoid becoming too overwhelmed and to stay on the ball. Being prepared does not take much, as the application process can be aided by plenty of […]

College Applications and Deadlines

Kimberly M. As the first semester of senior year draws to an end, we, as seniors, are faced with one of the biggest decisions we will ever have to make: deciding which colleges to apply to. For the past three years, we have been prepped for this day. Parents, teachers, and counselors have pressured us […]