Woodson Students Favorite Rewatchable Shows

Woodson Students’ Favorite Rewatchable Shows

Reagan Dempster, Editor in Chief November 30, 2021

After a long day at school, full of work and friends it is no surprise that when many students get home they enjoy putting their feet up under a blanket and relaxing to their favorite TV show with...

Giving Thanks for Woodsons Favorite Thanksgiving dishes

Giving Thanks for Woodson’s Favorite Thanksgiving dishes

Jada Bromberg, Staff Writer November 30, 2021

The smell of food fills the air. Hours of cooking for one evening’s Thanksgiving meal has to be worth it. On average, one 12-14 pound unstuffed turkey takes three hours to cook. The entree is only the...

Ways to Aid Local Homeless and Impoverished Communities

Ways to Aid Local Homeless and Impoverished Communities

Cosette Jo, Staff Writer November 30, 2021

As of July, 2019, the U.S. Census Bureau reports that 6 percent of people (around 68,852 individuals) in Fairfax County experience poverty. According to Fairfax County’s 2021 Point-In-Time Count,...

Shining Light on Woodsons ASL Program

Shining Light on Woodson’s ASL Program

Zayna Shahin, Staff Writer November 30, 2021

 Many Woodson students are encouraged to take a language to complete their language credit. American Sign Language is just as important and interactive and useful in daily life as any other spoken...

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Many Plots, Little Substance in The French Dispatch

Vy Nguyen, Op-Ed Editor November 30, 2021

Behind the unsaturated tones and weathered bricks wrapping around its exterior, a building’s interior is covered with vibrant pastel wallpaper as eager editors meticulously drag their pens over rough...

Squid Games Parallel with Society Today

Squid Game’s Parallel with Society Today

Annabella Agosto, Feature Editor October 28, 2021

  An offer of 38.6 million dollars, and all you have to do is win six games. The catch? If you lose, you die. So what would happen if the offer was accepted? Squid Game, a South Korean Netflix...

Reviewing Halloween Candy: A Glorious Burden

Jack Rose, Cav-Culture Editor October 28, 2021

Around Halloween, candy isles spill over into the different aisles of your local store, forcing you to ponder if you’ve purchased enough candy. Some people might be inclined to purchase their favorite...

Reducing the carnage of film with a new Venom

Reducing the carnage of film with a new Venom

Emelia Crump, Staff Writer October 28, 2021

Be advised: this review contains references to both Venom and Venom: Let There Be Carnage (Rated PG-13) When hearing that deep, rumbling voice coming out of Eddie Brock, most Marvel fans picture Venom:...

Celebrating Fall Traditions

Celebrating Fall Traditions

Zoe Fenner and Jessica Lin October 28, 2021

Leaves crunch under shoes and the smell of allspice is in the air. Along with the return of changing leaves and colder weather, many fall traditions are taking place this year. Ms. Kathleen Marcos, Ms....

Students and Staff Share Bright Moments at Woodson

Cosette Jo, Staff Writer October 28, 2021

One of the best parts about the Woodson community is the memories made. Whether in the classroom, during a club or at the beloved Hoco events, Cavs have been able to make and witness special moments...

Plugging back into Woodson with Clubs

Plugging back into Woodson with Clubs

Emelia Crump, Staff Writer September 30, 2021

Getting into the groove of Woodson can be challenging after a whole school year without genuine social interactions with teachers, classmates and coaches. Where do students pick up where they left off?...

A Spotlight on Fair City

A Spotlight on Fair City

Kara Lynch, News Editor September 30, 2021

Fair City Mall is Woodson High School's favorite neighbor. The shopping center has a large variety of shops and restaurants to offer therefore, a good number of Woodson students can be seen there before...

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