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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...

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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...

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Homecoming Over the Years

Zayna Shahin, Feature editor October 28, 2021

                     Homecoming at Woodson High School, treated almost like a holiday, gives the student body a chance to enjoy themselves and take a break from the studying and stress....

Leila Alis Senior Farewell

Leila Ali’s Senior Farewell

Leila Ali, Staff Writer/Photographer June 9, 2021

There has always been something magnetic, enticing, and exciting about Journalism before I joined the class. The atmosphere created in this class was and still is extremely vivacious and welcoming. Despite...

Karina Gonzalezs Senior Farewell

Karina Gonzalez’s Senior Farewell

Karina Gonzalez, Feature Editor June 9, 2021

I decided to join journalism when I had an open space in my schedule sophomore year. I enjoyed writing and my friends had told me that journalism was a fun class with lots of ice cream parties, so obviously,...

Leila Ali’s Senior Farewell

June 8, 2021

There has always been something magnetic, enticing, and exciting about Journalism before I joined the class. The atmosphere created in this class was and still is extremely vivacious and welcoming. Despite...

Kathrynne Hesters Senior Farewell

Kathrynne Hester’s Senior Farewell

Kathrynne Hester, Staff Writer June 8, 2021

The first time I met Mr. Springer, our Journalism teacher, was in my 10th grade English class. I was reading an assigned book when he sarcastically remarked on the giant pomegranate that I was eating....

A.J. Wangs Senior Farewell

A.J. Wang’s Senior Farewell

A.J. Wang, Staff Writer June 8, 2021

My two years in Journalism at Woodson are sure to be one of the greatest highlights of my high school career. I’m happy to say that I was a part of something greater in the school that was working together...

Rohil Bhinges Senior Farewell

Rohil Bhinge’s Senior Farewell

Rohil Bhinge, Staff Writer June 8, 2021

When I first set foot in Woodson as a freshman, I never expected to be a writer for the Cavalcade. The day I sat down to add an elective to my sophomore year schedule, my heart was set on taking Photography...

Nyela Walkers Senior Farewell

Nyela Walker’s Senior Farewell

Nyela Walker, Opinion Editor June 8, 2021

When I sat in my counselor’s office in Frost Middle School and said I wanted to take journalism freshman year I had no idea what I was getting myself into, but it has been such a blessing and privilege....

Naomi Scully-Bristols Senior Farewell

Naomi Scully-Bristol’s Senior Farewell

Naomi Scully-Bristol, Opinion Editor June 8, 2021

I joined the Cavalcade my sophomore year, and truly my only regret is that I didn’t join my freshman year. In Journalism, I have met and worked with amazing people who have taught me so much. The Cavalcade...

Penelope Waterburys Senior Farewell

Penelope Waterbury’s Senior Farewell

Penelope Waterbury, Cav Culture Editor June 8, 2021

If someone were to ask me what I’m going to miss the most about Woodson after I graduate, I immediately know what I would say: The Cavalcade (including Mr. Springer, of course). For the past three years,...

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