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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...

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Vaccine Distribution Enters Phase 1-B in Fairfax

Thomas Daniels, Sports Editor January 31, 2021

The return to Woodson in-person has been delayed once more because of the concerning rise in COVID-19 cases. The number of COVID cases and the number of Coronavirus vaccines will determine when students...

Busting Coronavirus Myths

Busting Coronavirus Myths

Carolyn Bonafede, Copy Editor January 31, 2021

MYTH: The vaccine contains weakened or inactivated COVID-19 virus, so there is a risk, however unlikely, of catching the virus from the vaccine. It is impossible to get infected from the Pfizer or Moderna...

Cartoon by Ariana Tackett. Many people seem to have lost the motivation to do things as quarantine drags on.

A Quarantine Retrospective

Erin Lee, Feature Editor November 30, 2020

With quarantine, it is a general consensus that there has been a lot gained during the process; maybe a reflection on oneself, self-growth, mastery of the perfect pecan pie, or one’s weight.  The...

Athletes, Fans Shift Focus Towards Promising Winter Sports Season Despite Hardships of COVID-19

Athletes, Fans Shift Focus Towards Promising Winter Sports Season Despite Hardships of COVID-19

Vy Nguyen, Staff Writer November 29, 2020

Victory. It was simply in their blood. They were going to make Woodson beam with pride. Everyone would have seen them nationally dominate with their athletic prowess, but then, the doctor called. Hopefully,...

How the COVID Vaccine Might Affect Our Schools

How the COVID Vaccine Might Affect Our Schools

Thomas Daniels, Sports Editor October 26, 2020

The months march on, and COVID-19 is moving unpredictably. The uncertain future continues to be a contested debate, which does not exclude how executives handle education during these times. Besty DeVos,...

Woodson Student Body Fights Against Coronavirus

Woodson Student Body Fights Against Coronavirus

Reagan Dempster, CavCulture Editor October 26, 2020

Over time, it has appeared that people are taking the coronavirus less seriously and are not taking the same precautions as in March when the initial shock hit.  Due to Fairfax County's cases still...

How Does COVID-19 Affect Student-Athletes?

How Does COVID-19 Affect Student-Athletes?

Cavan Griffin, Staff Writer October 26, 2020

Ever since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, schools have taken precautionary measures to make sure students stay safe. With the current state of the coronavirus, sports are beginning to open...

Students Using COVIDWISE: Virginia's COVID App

Students Using COVIDWISE: Virginia’s COVID App

Emanda Seifu, Editor in Chief October 20, 2020

After nearly six months in the coronavirus pandemic, Virginia became the first state to release an app that traces COVID cases. COVIDWISE is an exposure notification app that tracks and notifies people...

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Athletes Battle COVID-19 In Pursuit of College Recruitment

Vivian Jung, Staff Writer October 16, 2020

Each year, student-athletes show off their skills competing with other students and fight for the spots on college sports teams. However, this year, a sudden pandemic has left the world of high school...

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