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Taking AP Courses: A Beatable Challenge

Taking AP Courses: A Beatable Challenge

Cavan Griffin, Staff Writer October 28, 2021

Woodson has always let students pick the difficulty for the classes they want to take, such as APs. APs are a type of class for the student who wants a bit more of a challenge in their course, or some...

TV Shows Glamorize Drugs and Mental Illness

TV Shows Glamorize Drugs and Mental Illness

Jada Bromberg, Staff Writer September 30, 2021

No one wants to stand out in a crowd with eyes glaring at them in pity or criticism. To avoid conflict, people may suppress their feelings of anxiety, depression or frustration. Fear of being judged and...

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Parents Should Have Less Control in College Application Process

Mera Seifu, Staff Writer September 30, 2021

Picture this. It's the first week of senior year. Assignments start to pile, your backpack fills with brick-like textbooks, major projects for the year begin to roll in and wait- what’s that thing that...

A poll of 22 Woodson students

Allow a mental health day

Mera Seifu, Staff Writer November 29, 2020

When I was in kindergarten, like many of the 5-year-olds at the time, my worries consisted of going to bed before 8 p.m., learning to properly tie my shoes and not missing my favorite TV show, Martha Speaks....

How Mental Health Has Been Affected by Quarantine

How Mental Health Has Been Affected by Quarantine

Mera Seifu, Staff Writer October 26, 2020

It’s been 282 days since the first confirmed case in the US, 235 days since the first confirmed case in Virginia and 229 days since school officially closed. A lot has happened since then. Since the...

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