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Brood X Cicadas Emerge After 17 Years

Brood X Cicadas Emerge After 17 Years

Emelia Crump, Staff Writer June 11, 2021

Cicadas. Popular for their deafening croaks and how they fly effortlessly into people’s hair, causing them to be flung left and right out of panic. Take a step outside and they’re everywhere, welcomed...

Photo courtesy of Ms. Mandy Burke.

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...

Books Assigned in School Influence Character

Books Assigned in School Influence Character

Annabella Agosto, Staff Writer May 10, 2021

No matter what age you are, you can probably remember one book from your childhood that you loved. Whether it was something as simple as The Cat in the Hat, or something as complex as Moby Dick, one thing...

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...

Rating Woodson Bathrooms

Rating Woodson Bathrooms

Rohil Bhinge, Leila Ali, and Carolyn Bonafede April 30, 2021

How much do you know about our school bathrooms? Here is a handy guide to some of Woodson’s student restrooms.   Intersection of C and D Halls           Boys:...

Holocaust Survivor Will Present Story at Woodson

Holocaust Survivor Will Present Story at Woodson

Zainab Rentia, Staff Writer March 28, 2021

Last year marked 75 years since the end of World War II and the liberation of the concentration camps. The Registry of Holocaust Survivors contains over 195,00 survivors and family members, and of those...

FCPS Needs to Revamp the AAP Program

FCPS Needs to Revamp the AAP Program

Vy Nguyen, Staff Writer March 27, 2021

I used to hate Fridays.  Back in the day, they were reserved for the elite class of third-graders — an elite class I did not belong to. Every Friday, before independent reading time, the so-called...

Varsity Volleyball Digs Into Delayed Season

Varsity Volleyball Digs Into Delayed Season

Tamara Nguyen, Editor in Chief March 27, 2021

  The sound of squeaking shoes and bouncing volleyballs echoes throughout Woodson’s gym as the varsity volleyball team finally gets to put their mark on the court for the first time in over a...

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