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Long lines entering Woodrow Wilson in the morning.

Long Lines Stress Parents, Students, Staff

Carly Kasee, Writer September 15, 2022

Have you ever been dropping your kid off in the morning and ended up waiting for what feels like forever? You are tired, and your kid is complaining about how they're going to be late? Ryan Stafford, Principal...

New WWHS Principal Ryan Stafford has an agenda of more positivity and community involvement.

There’s A New Stafford In Town!

Landon Skeens and Angel Burchett September 14, 2022

    Mr. Ryan Stafford might be new to the role of principal, but he is certainly not new to Woodrow Wilson High School. Originally a graduate of 2009, Stafford's ambitions were always to come back...

On The Menu Today, Pizza and  A Side Of Water?

On The Menu Today, Pizza and A Side Of Water?

Daniella Fragile, Features Editor/ Podcaster May 9, 2022

It was just a normal lunch or so students thought. SPLASH! Water comes pouring from the ceiling soaking everything in its path. At around 11:15 am during lunch, water started to suddenly drop from the...

Retiring English teacher Nancy Terlizzi, stands in front of Woodrow Wilson.

Toodles Terlizzi

Aden Scarbro, Writer May 6, 2022

 Nancy Terlizzi is leaving her profession of teaching after 26 years. For the past nine years, Mrs. Terlizzi has taught at Woodrow Wilson High School. Her favorite thing about teaching was, “the love...

#3 doubles ( Daniella Fragile and Jillian Weatherford) competes against Musselmen #3 doubles.

WWHS Tennis: What’s Not to Love?

Daniella Fragile, Features Editor/Podcastor April 26, 2022

 SMACK! The tennis ball soars through the sky and travels over heads, gathering “oohs” and “ahhs”—and that is nothing uncommon for the Flying Eagles tennis team.  The Flying Eagles started...

Classy B&B and no class? Big changes to come for the Flying Eagles nest.

STUDENTS AT WOODROW WILL NO LONGER ATTEND CLASSES AFTER SPRING BREAK …

Brandon Spleens with Anonymous, Writer March 31, 2022

After the week of Spring Break, April 18 - 22, students at Woodrow Wilson High School will no longer be attending classes. The reason for this is quite shocking! Regardless of ditching the rest of the...

Doors or Wheels?

Doors or Wheels?

Daniella Fragile , Features editor/Podcaster March 31, 2022

The simple definition of the word debate is, "oral confrontation between two individuals or a team, or groups who present arguments." (Courtesy of Britannica) Have you ever thought about whether there...

The Re-Emergence of COVID-19

Eram Ashir and Jaimee Shrewsberry March 27, 2022

In March 2022, a new COVID-19 variant known as the Omicron BA.2 Subvariant was identified in South Africa, Denmark and the United Kingdom. BA.2 is a subvariant of the Omicron variant, and the original...

Photo Credits: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

A Cure for HIV

Eram Ashir and Daniella Fragile March 15, 2022

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a virus that attacks and weakens the immune system. It was once thought to be incurable, but that has now been disproved, as three people have now been cured.  According...

Photographed by Adriana Law

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