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Finding Enjoyment in Simple Activities During Covid-19

Finding Enjoyment in Simple Activities During Covid-19

Cavan Griffin, Staff Writer February 1, 2021

     Covid-19 has brought many changes in how people live, and how we go about day to day life. Many think that Covid-19 has decimated our way of living, but many parks and restaurants are still...

Bad Habits Picked Up During Online School: Rewards and Their Pitfalls

Cavan Griffin and Jack Rose December 20, 2020

     Ever since the beginning of the Covid-19 lockdown, students have been given a little extra freedom. Teachers do not force students to have their mics on, let alone their cameras, which also gives...

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...

“Among Us” Takes Over

Reid Rizk, Staff Writer November 29, 2020

     “Join your crewmates in a multiplayer game of teamwork and betrayal!” claims Innersloth, the developer of Among Us. The small-time indie developer has only three published games before Among...

Students Adopt New Hobbies Over Quarantine

Students Adopt New Hobbies Over Quarantine

Gaby Alvarado, News Editor November 29, 2020

With all the extra time on students’ hands, quarantine has provided the perfect opportunity to branch out of usual activities and adopt some new ones. These Woodson students have done just that, expanding...

Woodson Students Enter the World of Podcasts

Woodson Students Enter the World of Podcasts

Emanda Seifu, Editor in Chief November 29, 2020

     Being in a global pandemic is not what anyone expected when school closed for an extra week back in March. Since then, a lot has been shut down, and people have had to find new forms of entertainment....

Black Student Union. Photo by John Doe

Woodson Clubs Bring Creativity To Virtual Meetings

Gaby Alvarado, News Editor October 27, 2020

With the delicious scent of food surrounding the members and the karaoke machine blasting music, Spanish Club celebrated the holiday season and looked forward to what 2020 had in store for their club,...

Quarantine Music: What’s Groovy and Wack in the Corona Era?

Quarantine Music: What’s Groovy and Wack in the Corona Era?

Caleb Faulkerson, Staff Writer October 26, 2020

It is often said that music makes the world go round. In these isolated times especially, that statement holds tremendous volume. Whether it’s of the jazz, synthwave or various other genres, music has...

Study Tips for Online School

Study Tips for Online School

Erin Lee, Feature Editor October 26, 2020

The alarm blasts out its dreaded bleeps as you make a desperate attempt to turn it off for an extra minute or two of sleep. You drowsily open your school-issued laptop at 8:05 in the morning to join your...

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...

Students Show Off New Pets From Quarantine

Students Show Off New Pets From Quarantine

Ariana Tackett, News Editor and Cartoonist October 20, 2020

With all the extra time on their hands and the lack of things to fill it with, it’s understandable that students feel lonely. What better way to fill a lonely heart than with a non-human addition to...

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