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Violence is Renewed in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Thomas Daniels, Editor in Chief June 11, 2021

Brief History of Israel and Palestine Relations  After WWI, Britain took control of the Ottoman Empire, which included Palestine. The United Nations (UN) handed Britain the task of making a Jewish...

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What will Woodson look like after Covid-19?

Annabella Agosto, Section Editor June 11, 2021

  Waking up at seven in the morning, riding a bus full of other exhausted teenagers, and constantly being either too hot or too cold in the school building were never things students expected...

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Access to Vaccinations Widens

Mera Seifu, CavCulture Editor June 11, 2021

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that children who are 12 to 15 years old are now eligible to take the COVID-19 vaccine earlier this month. Previously, only those who were 16 and older...

FCPS Schools To Be Renamed

FCPS Schools To Be Renamed

Kara Lynch, News Editor June 11, 2021

Virginia is a state with plenty of history. From Jamestown to Washington D.C., many stories can be told about civil rights and wars and the early history of the United States. Though during the beginning...

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Woodson Announces In-Person Graduation

Vy Nguyen, Staff Writer May 10, 2021

Four years of fortitude and grit culminate in one glorious moment: being handed an embossed piece of paper that signifies the end of high school. While the class of 2020 celebrated this moment through...

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Woodson Students Are Getting Vaccinated

Vivian Jung, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Sweaty palms, increased heart rate and nervousness mixed with excitement fill the minds of teens waiting in line to acquire the Covid-19 vaccine. This is the new trend as the vaccination for the pandemic...

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#PlayFairNow: The Alleged Racism on the Football Field

Kara Lynch, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

The Wakefield Football Team of Arlington County is reacting to what they claim was racism from referees, players, and parents of Marshall High School of FCPS on Friday, March 5. Many players took to...

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April Marks the Month of the Military Child

A.J. Wang, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

April 2021 opened up to welcome those from families of the armed forces in FCPS, who have spent a large portion of their lives overseas, constantly moving around the globe, or with an absence of a family...

COVID Precautions Impact Eye Health

Kathrynne Hester, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

You’re sitting in class discussing the chapter you just read for English and a mask is covering your face. Every time you speak, your hot breath pushes up through the mask and straight into your already-dry-from-late-nights...

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WTW Chorus Premieres Virtual Production of Dessert on Broadway

Emanda Seifu, Editor in Chief March 28, 2021

For the first time in over 30 years, Woodson’s Dessert on Broadway aired virtually. The annual musical production hosted by the chorus department debuted March 6. With the switch to virtual school, the...

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Students Return to Woodson for In-Person Learning

Ariana Tackett, News Editor March 28, 2021

With the majority of the year having been completely virtual, some sense of normalcy has been reclaimed with students’ physical return to school. This shift to the concurrent learning model has proven...

Spotlight On Women In Powerful Positions

Spotlight On Women In Powerful Positions

Annabella Agosto, Staff Writer March 28, 2021

2021’s Women’s Month shed light on the high status many women have been able to achieve in our government this year. Even offices that may not have effects on our daily lives are still important to...

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