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An Online Visit to the Smithsonian Asian Art Museum

An Online Visit to the Smithsonian Asian Art Museum

Jessica Lin, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Woodson has worked hard all year to go virtual.  Museums in Washington D.C. have done the same and remain a convenient, fun way to stay plugged into the world aside from school.  Take for example the...

Prepare for SATs With These Affordable Resources

Prepare for SATs With These Affordable Resources

Maddy Spar, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Many Woodson students are beginning to think about taking their SATs; however, tutors can be expensive. Luckily, there are many free test prep resources that are easily accessible for everyone. Princeton...

Anime to Add to Your Watch List

Anime to Add to Your Watch List

Erin Lee, Feature Editor March 28, 2021

It has roughly been one year since the pandemic has started, and the shows that were piled up on our Netflix list are increasingly added to the “Watched” list. Bridgerton, Grey’s Anatomy  and Schitt’s Creek...

From the Nintendo DS to Silly Bandz, Students Revive Memories of Childhood Toys

From the Nintendo DS to Silly Bandz, Students Revive Memories of Childhood Toys

Karina Gonzalez, Feature Editor March 28, 2021

Trading Pokemon cards with friends during lunch, bringing Barbie dolls to sleepovers but not sharing them, and desperately wanting to rip Beyblades in the intense circle of fifth graders after school:...

Woodson Students Share Their Favorite Unknown Musicians

Woodson Students Share Their Favorite Unknown Musicians

Gaby Alvarado, News Editor March 27, 2021

Haley Heynderickx With an impressive acoustic guitar technique and meaningful lyrics, this singer-songwriter is an artist to watch within the indie folk music scene. Drawing inspiration from folk...

Priscilla Bae and Emma Nguyen’s Bucket Hat Business

March 27, 2021

Woodson seniors Priscilla Bae and Emma Nguyen own a small bucket hat business that was run during the period of quarantine.   Q: What exactly influenced you to start a business in general? A:...

Mikaely Griffin’s Jewelry Business

March 27, 2021

Woodson junior Mikaely Griffin owns a small jewelry business in which she makes her own products such as rings and sells them through Instagram.   Q: What kind of small business did you start? A:...

The Walking Dead Establishes Itself as a Perfect Reincarnation of the Zombie Genre

The Walking Dead Establishes Itself as a Perfect Reincarnation of the Zombie Genre

Jack Rose, Staff Writer March 1, 2021

BRAAAAAINS! Whether you’re an avid fan of the horror genre or you’re afraid to sleep without a night light, almost everyone has heard this famous cry out for a midnight snack from a zombie. Starting...

Squishmallows Take Over

Squishmallows Take Over

Penelope Waterbury, CavCulture Editor February 28, 2021

A new Squishmallow has been released: a cow with light blue spots. It’s 16 inches tall, wearing a fashionable green bandana, and it’s adorable. Desperation sets in, and “Squishmallow hunting,”...

Covid-19 Has Changed the Way We Watch Movies

Covid-19 Has Changed the Way We Watch Movies

Caleb Faulkerson, Staff Writer February 1, 2021

     Since man first harnessed the power of the movie camera, films have played an integral role in entertainment and society as a whole. During the World Wars, films helped to bolster the resolve of...

The Accuracy of Teen Portrayal in TV Shows

The Accuracy of Teen Portrayal in TV Shows

Erin Lee, Feature Editor February 1, 2021

     Imagine this. You are a quirky, nerdy yet irresistibly charming high school teenager girl. Despite all of your attractive features, no one notices you, and your days go by unnoticed. But by some...

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