Must See Movies and TV Shows of the Summer 

Staff Writer: Kaitlyn Henscheid  Stranger Things season 4:  Stranger Things 4 starts off where season 3 leaves off, El, Will, Jonathan and Joyce leave Hawkins and move to California. El is still powerless after losing her powers to the Mind Flare. All the Hawkins kids are split up and are starting their freshman year of […]

Local Woodstock Talent Releases Astounding EP 

Staff Writer: Danika Audrey Beaton  Five Piece Kit, an alternative/indie rock band made up of current and former Woodstock High School students released their first EP on August 20th. The members of this band consist of current Woodstock High School student Austin Kramer and former Woodstock High School students Michael Gentile, Josh Hair, and Jared […]

Is Your Favorite Color Related to Your Personality? 

Staff Writer: Hailey Heneghan  Ever wonder why asking someone’s favorite color is always an icebreaker? Well, it’s quite simple, colors can tell a lot about someone’s personality. So, what does your favorite color say about you? Let’s find out!  Starting off with one of the bolder colors, red. Now, people whose favorite color is red […]

The Water Crisis

Staff Writer: Olivia O’Connor    Global warming, CO2 emissions, new viruses. We all know about these environmental issues, but what many do not know is another environmental issue that could cause the world to go to war. What is this critical necessity? Water. Now you are thinking we have water all around us, why would water […]

Woodstock Boys Lacrosse Ready to Build on Sweet Sixteen Run

Staff Writer: Peyton Schroeder The Woodstock Boys Lacrosse team is about to start their 2022 season following last season’s Sweet Sixteen playoff run. There are many stars returning this season to hopefully make an even deeper playoff run, several players have changed positions to help better the team, and this season will also be the […]

The Tonga Eruption and its Aftermath

Staff Writer: Mitchell Dokos On January 15, a massive volcano exploded off the shore of Tonga. The massive Hunga-Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai Volcano has been active since December but erupting multiple times in the past hasn’t been a threat until now. Tonga is located in the Ring of Fire, where over 1,000 volcanoes are located. The volcano […]

How Olivia Rodrigo is Slaying the Game

Staff Writer: Miriam Cousin Olivia Rodrigo is an 18-year-old actress and music artist who is absolutely killing it. Rodrigo released her debut single “Driver’s License” about a year ago on January 8, 2021. It is now the longest-running number 1 debut single in the UK in 15 years. Shortly after, she released her album Sour on May […]

Concerned About Carbon 

Staff Writer: Kaetlin Bunner   At this point, everyone knows that large amounts of carbon dioxide and air pollution are an issue. It does not come as a surprise to anyone that our planet is hurt when too much carbon dioxide is emitted. However, many brush it off as a minor misfortune and don’t realize how […]

7 Things the Falcons Need to Do This Off-season

Staff Writer: Braydon Stansel 1. Keep Matt Ryan. Matty Ice has been with Atlanta since 2008. He has, by far, been the best QB in the history of the franchise. Winning an MVP (2016) and being named to multiple pro bowls, he carried the falcons to a Super Bowl appearance in 2016. He still has […]

Wall Breaking Designer Virgil Abloh Dead at 41

Staff Writer: Mitchell Dokos Virgil Abloh September 30, 1980 – November 28, 2021 Virgil Abloh, the highly influential designer, died at 41 on November 28. He was fighting a rare and aggressive form of cancer, cardiac angiosarcoma. For nearly two years he fought this battle in private while still running many of his institutions of […]