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An Authors Before and After

An Authors Before and After

Joslynn Ginier and Jacob Sloane January 27, 2023

Have you ever cleaned your room or cleaned out your closet and found something you wrote or drew an exceptionally long time ago? Then you go down a rabbit hole of nothing but memories from elementary school....

The original post made by @narvinator on TikTok


Aiden Brown, Writer January 27, 2023

The famous Da Vinci painting, the "Mona Lisa", has been through a lot ever since it was put on a wall in the Louvre Museum, Paris, France, in 1804. On TikTok, the "Mona Lisa" has been the source for a...

(Courtesy of WWHS Theatre Performance on Facebook)

Under The Lights and Under The Sea

Landon Skeens, Junior Editor/Writer January 26, 2023

For many years, Woodrow Wilson High School's theatre production group has brought the school a great amount of prestige. Under the direction of Mrs. Stack and Mrs. Shrader, this year the group will present...

Photo Credit: Mason Hammond

ACT’s Festival of Trees

Mason Hammond, Writer December 21, 2022

Each year the Academy of Careers and technology (ACT) hosts their annual Festival of Trees. The Festival of Trees is a highlight of the school year for many students. Each class spends at least a week...

Photo Credit: Serenity Williams | All the Poetry Out Loud contestants take the stage

Poetry Out Loud Gets Louder

Jacob Sloane and Angel Burchett December 21, 2022

“When I bring my partner to my childhood home, it is all bullets and needles and trash bags held at arm’s length…” These are the words from Kayleb Rae Candrill’s poem My Partner Wants Me To Write...

NaNoWriMo No More

NaNoWriMo No More

Kayla Bayne and Jacob Sloane December 2, 2022

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) has concluded! Young writers have spent the last month writing actual books, along with students across the world. Students who participated got a chance, with...

This one took me a very long hike.

Autumn Nature Gallery

November 30, 2022


Woodrows New Paw Patrol

Woodrow’s New Paw Patrol

Morgan Robinson and Serenity Williams, Writers November 18, 2022
Did you know that service dogs are actually not to be kept as pets? They are kept as companions and working partners by more than 80 million U.S citizens. The most common breeds for dog service are German Shepherds, Labs, and Golden Retrievers. The definition of a service dog is that they are to be trained and help people that have disabilities.
Disneyland Castle, Orlando Florida

Disney’s Development

McKenzie Bragg, Writer November 18, 2022

We all remember sitting down at the t.v. on a chill Saturday morning, eating our favorite snacks while watching That's So Raven or Hannah Montana. These Disney shows were a part of a lot of our childhoods,...

Union soldier Larkin Goldsmith Mead holds a Thanksgiving turkey at Camp Griffin, Virginia,
c. 1861.

Giving Thanks in The Mountain State

Mason Hammond, Writer November 16, 2022

Thanksgiving is the holiday of giving thanks to others and eating until you can’t move and eventually fall into a food coma. In modern day, Thanksgiving is a time-honored tradition and holiday across...

WWHS boys cross-country race to the finish line.

Woodrow’s Cross Country Season Runs its Course

Landon Skeens, Jr Editor/Writer November 1, 2022

Woodrow Wilson High School's cross country team crossed the finish line strong on another season. The year was filled with regional and state competitions and the Flying Eagle runners had their share of...

Post Card of Lake Tygart, Grafton, West Virginia

West Virginia’s Creepy Cryptids: The Grafton Monster

Serenity Williams and Caysen Arrigoni, Writers October 27, 2022

Have you ever seen a gigantic, scary, 7-feet-tall, broad-shouldered blob, with a humpback and weird smile in West Virginia? Odds are you have not. What if we were to tell you that there is such a monster...

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